If hunting is a religion to many supporters, those who follow the Exmoor Foxhounds are fundamentalists. Tony Wright followed his father Sam into hunt service. He worked with the Heythrop in the Cotswolds and the Quorn in Leicestershire before moving to the south-west to refine his skills under legendary Exmoor huntsman Captain RE Wallace in 1982. Wright lives at the kennels with wife Jill and more than 100 hounds. He says the two horses he rides are his "best mates" and when his wife is out shares his sofa with favoured hounds to watch racing. His house and car are owned by the hunt; he works 60 hours for a minimum wage. But "I've got a millionaire's lifestyle without the money."
Now they have a fox problem. Surprise surprise. Idiots.
cjhsa wrote:Now they have a fox problem. Surprise surprise. Idiots.
You could hunt them, for instance without foxes, like it is done everywhere else.
Did you mean without dogs Walter?