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Events page

Sunday 6th
Pleasure Ride, Widmerpool.
Thursday 10th
Fun Ride, Woodhouse Eaves.
Monday 14th
QHSA Pie Night, Cheney Arms.
Sunday 20th
Pleasure Ride, Swan Lodge.
Saturday 26th
Pleasure Ride, Gotham.
Friday 2nd
Inter Hunt Dog Racing
Sunday 4th
Hunter Trial at Brooksby
Sunday 18th
Champagne Brunch Ride
Thursday 22nd
Friday 23rd
Opening Meet cocktail party
Saturday 12th
QH Saturday Country Christmas Party
Sunday 13th
Christmas Show Jumping at Vale View
Saturday 19th
Tuesday Country Xmas Ball
Sunday 10th
Cocktail Party
Wednesday 9th
Quiz Night
Saturday 11th
Summer Ball
The Quorn Hunt

QHPC success

The QH Pony Club achieved a major victory at the Pony Club National Championships held at Cholmondley Castle on Friday 21 August. Their young Novice team, Violet Barton, Molly Brown, Hannah Spray and Lily Walker, qualified for the National Championships at Broomfield Hall Equestrian Centre in Derbyshire and then went on to compete at the Championships against 39 other teams of 4 riders from all over the UK and Ireland over 2 challenging rounds. They all rode brilliantly and were immaculately turned out. 13 teams finished on zero after the first round, held in front of the beautiful backdrop of Cholmondley Castle. The Quorn Hunt PC team were victorious after a tense and testing second round, which was cleverly built and caused problems for many of the competitors. It was nail-biting for their parents and supporters who watched anxiously. They were all absolutely thrilled and proud to have won such a prestigious competition, becoming the best Novice team in the UK. Photos are in the gallery opposite: if you see different ones, please clear your browser's history.


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The Quorn Hunt was founded in 1696 and takes its name from the Leicestershire village of Quorn where the hounds were kenneled from 1753 until 1904. The Quorn Hunt is one of the best known hunts in England and extends a warm welcome to many visitors from both the UK and internationally. The Quorn hunts within the restrictions of the Hunting Act 2004.