Hunt Hack | August 18 | Milland

                            Angus and Chester

CL&C  HUNT  HACK (no.2)
 
 
 Saturday 18th August
 
at 9.00 am
 
Park and meet at 
 
Lyford Farm
Milland 
GU30 7NA
 
( Barry will be on hand to help)
 
This will be a steady hack lasting around 1 hour & 45 mins.
 
Ideal for fitness training; for young and new-to-hunting horses;
Open to everyone; all abilities and age groups 
and new-to-hunting riders too (for the gentlest of introductions).
There will be no jumping and no hounds.
Wear whatever you would usually ride in
 
Refreshments available afterwards 
 
£10 per person
 
Please contact a secretary in good time so that we have an idea of numbers…
 
Nadine Crouch | 07973 182414
Deborah Boulton | 01403 786297
Trish Morley | 01730 813190
 

COULTERSHAW HERITAGE SITE | A Visit | September 17

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A GUIDED TOUR AROUND COULTERSHAW HERITAGE SITE
(Just outside Petworth ) GU28 0JF 

Monday 17th September 6.30 pm start 

Then a Ploughman’s Supper with a glass of wine in a lovely barn behind the Mill. The tour will last about half-an-hour. Parking will be signposted.

£12 per ticket | Please get in touch with Sheila quickly as this is sure to be a sell-out | 01798 342990 or slillywhite4@gmail.com

HUNTER TRIALS | Sunday October 7



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Sunday 7th October Many of you have been asking for it….so here it is... the hunter trial schedule is attached here

Entries are open via
www.optimumevent
management.co.uk
 


VOLUNTEERS NEEDED

We would welcome any offers of help and if you would like to compete
and help then we will do everything we can to accommodate.
If you've never helped then come along and have a go, a full briefing and support whilst on course. It's a great way to see how the day runs from a different perspective… and the day can not go ahead without the amazing team of volunteers.

Please contact
Storme on 07765 124955 or stormewhit@gmail.com 

TEAM CLAY SHOOT | 16 September | Mill Farm, Lurgashall


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Sunday 16th September
Mill Farm, Lurgashall (with thanks to Andrew and Jenny Loughan)

Teams of
— although if you can’t make up a team, contact us 
and we will happily put you in touch with anyone else who wishes to make up a team. Refreshments available, whether you are shooting or not, so why not come along and support…!

Schedule attached
here

COUNTRYMAN'S DAY | Results


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A wet (!) day saw a super turnout from enthusiasts vying for the trophies. The results follow:-
 
Family Dog Show :
Best Variety Dog or Bitch -
Teazel | Clive Mellor
 
Terrier Show :
Puppy Championship -
Dolly | Kelly Thompson
CL&C HSC Member - Layla | Andrew Loughan
Best Border - Bullet | Jo Hughes
Best Dog - Troy  | Charlie Street
Best Bitch -   Dotty | Melissa James
Championship - Troy | Charlie Street
 
Lurcher Show :
Champion under 24" -
Echo | Tom Anderson
Champion over 24" - Yoni | Kevin Dominey
Working Lurcher - Good Dog | Lana Gazder
Lurcher Show Overall Champion - Echo| Tom Anderson
 
The following qualified for the Stonelands Terrier Champion of Champions on 30th September at the Southwest Lurcher Show :

Troy
| Charlie Street

and the
Countryman's Weekly Champion of Champions Final at the Midlands Game Fair on 15th - 16th September :

Champion Lurcher -
Echo | Tom Anderson
Champion Terrier - Troy | Charlie Street
Reserve Lurcher - Yoni | Kevin Dominey
Reserve Terrier - Dotty | Melissa James
 
Thank you to all who took part.


Hunt Relay Team | New Forest Show


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(Rachel Stanley,  Rachael Morley,  Fiona Dallyn and Candice Dunlop)
went to the New Forest Show yesterday.  They jumped 2 rounds in blistering heat with the Cottesmore, Wilton and the Avon Vale hunts and at length drew for first place with the Avon Vale in what the organisers described as ”The most exciting final ever SEEN" Candice absolutely flew towards the finish neck-and-neck with her opponent surrounded by hundreds of excited people.

What a terrific success at such a prestigious event!


PUB of the MONTH | The White Horse, Graffham | August 1

CL&C PUB OF THE MONTH
THE WHITE HORSE INN
GRAFFHAM
1 August
7.00 for 7.30pm

1919 White Horse

STARTERS
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Leek and Potato Soup | Malted Crunch Bread
 Ham Hock Terrine | Homemade Piccalilli | Toasted Brioche
 Smoked Mackerel Paté | Pickled Cucumbers | Melba Toast
 
MAIN COURSES
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 Pea and Mint Risotto | Rocket and Parmesan 
Pork Chop | Celeriac Remoulade | Burnt apple | Charred Baby Gem | Bubble & Squeak Cake 
Pan-fried Salmon Fillet | Moroccan Couscous | Shaved Fennel Salad | Lemon 


  PUDDINGS
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Vanilla Pannacotta | Genoise Sponge | Poached Strawberries | Whipped Cream | Strawberry Purée | Pink Port Jelly
Pecan Tart | Clotted Cornish Cream
 Apple & Summer Berry Crumble | Vanilla Ice Cream
 
£18.50 per head for 2 Courses, £23 for 3 Courses

Puppy Show (2018) | RESULTS

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Judges:
Mr Matthew Puffer and Mr Andrew Sallis MFH

Doghounds
1. Dante (walked by Mr Roger Jarrad)
2. Radar (walked by Mrs Diane Evans)
3.
Waggoner (walked by Mrs Vicki Wilkins MFH)

Bitches
1.
Ratify (walked by Mrs Deborah Boulton)
2.
Damson (walked by Mrs Vicki Wilkins MFH)
3. Dainty (walked by Mr Charles Homan MFH)

Championship
Doghound : Dante
Bitch : Ratify
Champion : Ratify

Cup Winners
The Hunt Supporters Cup : Radical (Mrs Diane Evans)
The Graffham Cup : Draper (Mrs Diane Evans)
The Kathleen Elwin Cup : Delilah (Mr & Mrs David Subtil)
The Masters Cup : Maverick (Mrs Vicki Wilkins MFH)
The Shirley Reed Cup : Bobbin (Mrs Deborah Boulton)
The Harold Wait Cup : Mafia (The Hoskins Family)
The Joy and Stan Mayes Trophy : Farmer (Mr & Mrs David Subtil)

SOUTH of ENGLAND SHOW | Results

Ardingly (2018) 2Having missed the Surrey Union Hound show, this was our first outing of the showing season it was a most encouraging start — even though we took no unentered hounds on this occasion. Once again, we faced fierce competition from the four-day-a-week packs, the Heythrop and the VWH who rightly did well all day, but we more than held our own in several classes. In the dog hound classes we were rewarded with the Championship and in the bitches the Local Championship. The judges were: 

Mr Jeremy Reed M.F.H. and Mr Trevor Adams (dogs) 
Mr Richard Tyacke M.F.H. and Mr Charles Clark M.F.H. (bitches)

Class 1 : Best Entered Doghound :
1st  CL&C Droitwich (The Gregson Perpetual Challenge Cup)

 

(2nd:  CL&C Dragon;  3rd:  Surrey Union: Trader)
 
Class 3 : Best Couple of Entered Doghounds :
2nd  CL&C Dragon & Draper  (Goschen Challenge Trophy)
 
(1st:  VWH  Fielding & Paragon;  3rd:  Kimblewick: Botham & Forecourt)
 
 
Class 4 : Best Two Couple of Entered Doghounds :
3rd  CL&C Dragon & Draper; Maestro and Malham  (June Wood Memorial Trophy)
 
(1st:  VWH  2nd:  Heythrop)
 
Class 6 : Championship Best Doghound
Champion: CL&C Dragon  (Barlow Perpetual Challenge Cup)

 

Reserve:  VWH Fielding
Local Champion: CL&C Dragon  (Robson Challenge Trophy)

 

Class 7: Best Entered Bitch Hound
 
1st  CL&C Delilah (The Gregson Perpetual Challenge Cup)
 
(2nd:  Old Berks Dante;  3rd:  Crawley & Horsham: Beanie)
 
Class 12 : Championship Best Bitch Hound
Local Champion: CL&C Delilah (Robson Challenge Trophy)
 
Champion: Heythrop Static
Reserve:  VWH Haughty


CL&C SUMMER PARTY | 21 July 2018 | DO NOT MISS THIS!

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at
Whithurst Park
Kirdford
RH14 0JS

(by kind permission of Richard Taylor & Rick Englert)

on
Saturday 21st July 2018


Drinks Reception :
7.00pm

Dinner and Dancing 

Dress : Summer Chic

Auction of Promises

Tickets :
£60

Carriages :
1.00am

Ticket application form here

Cowdray Sponsored Ride

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The Cowdray Sponsored Ride took place, not unexpectedly, in Cowdray Country, starting and finishing at Benbow Ponds. We were ridiculously fortunate with the weather. The sun shone all day and, we’re told, there was a record number of entries beforehand and on the day. So well done everyone for turning out and up and taking part. Huge thanks from Macmillan and the CL&C to chief organisers Joan Langmead and Philip Prior. The former’s stewards did a sterling job and there were no calamities of any magnitude. The latter, in charge of the contingent from the Scouts, made the day happen and, as always, we owe him a huge debt of gratitude. Of course, it really couldn’t happen without support from Lord Cowdray and his team at the Estate Office too, for which huge thanks.

SAVE THE DATE | Summer Party | July 21

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Saturday | July 21st 2018 | 7.30pm
 
 CL&C Summer Party

 Whithurst Park Kirdford

(by kind permission of Mr. Richard Taylor and Mr. Rick Englert)

Cowdray Sponsored Ride | May 13 | SCHEDULE

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Do it in good time, here is the Sponsored Ride Schedule ready for you to download, fill in, cherish briefly as your own, and then send off and see what happens… You can also enter by HORSEMONKEY and by post.

See also the COWDRAY SPONSORED RIDE Facebook page or contact cowdraysponsoredride@gmail.com

You can find the schedule here

Cowdray Sponsored Ride | May 13

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And for the third year in a row, possibly fourth, because we have no other photographs, Rufus Uloth says ‘Isn't my winner's plate shiny and new and worth securing for all time? I think so.’ Thus do we tell you that The Cowdray Sponsored Ride (by kind permission of Lord Cowdray) will once again be in aid of the CL&C Hunt and Macmillan Cancer Support. The course will start at Benbow Ponds. Optional jumping, but clearly not for this happy competitor. Barely containing his excitement, year on year on year, Rufus tells us: “You need to know that the Cowdray sponsored ride takes place again on May 13! I can barely contain my excitement! Be a winner like me! And get a shiny plate made of solid silver (-y coloured metal).”

See what the fuss is about.

CL&C Point-to-Point | April 28 | Parham

The CL&C Point to Point

Saturday 28th April 2018

Parham, Storrington, RH20 2ER

Our website is now live! Visit www.parhamraces.com

Chid & Leconfield-Point to Point

Keep up to date with what is on offer during the day. You can even purchase your tickets in advance to avoid having to rummage for money at the gate! We also have a Facebook page for information on the go: join us at Point to Point at Parham.