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From 1st May, our email addresses of the form will be switched off. For the last six months such email has been redirected to our new address shown on Meet cards and other mailings; please use this new email address from now onwards (most already do so). You can also contact us via the Contact page.

Quorn point to point
Saturday 29th April at Garthorpe

It promises to be a great day out for all the family. Over 26 Trade Stands, a licensed Bar, with Scampi playing music after racing. Children's Amusements and Bookmakers. The first Race is at 1.30 pm.
Have you bought your ticket yet? 10 person which includes a Race Card if bought online in advance via (Race Cards 3 on the day)

Ride for Rainbows
Sunday 7th May 2017 at 10 a.m.
Roecliffe Hall, Swithland Road, LE12 8JL

Enjoy an escorted Ride in the beautiful scenery of Charnwood Forest in areas not usually accessible to the public with optional jumps along the route while raising money for the fantastic charity Rainbows Children's Hospice.

You can book online now here.

Bluebell Ride
Sunday 14th May 2017 at 10 a.m.
Burley on the Hill, LE15 7TA

Gentle ride around bluebell woods on Burley Estate, enjoying carpet of bluebells in fabulous country surroundings. See the Events / What's On page for more details.

QH xmas card painting

Bingo       Simply    Billesdon    Sixpence


Limited Edition Prints of this painting by Frederick J Haycock are available to purchase. Please contact: Sue Henton 07813 846883 or or QH Secretary Frank Herrick.



12" x 17"
100 ONLY of these prints will be available

£60 £85 £125

50 ONLY of these prints will be available

£105 |£135 £170

18"x26" Original size Canvas Print
5 ONLY of these prints will be available

£250 NA £350
All prints will be issued as part of a hand numbered series and will be signed by the artist. Delivery will be 1 to 2 weeks. For Prints remarqued with artwork in the margin by the artist, contact Sue Henton

QH Hunter hat


In September 2016 the Quorn launched its own safe hat. How safe? it meets safety standard VG1 01.040 2014-12 and is kite- and CE-marked accordingly. It is worth noting that from 2017 onwards, hats that meet EN1384 / BSEN1384 but not any 'safer' standard cannot be used for events organised by British Dressage, BHS, British Eventing, British Showjumping and Showing.
The QH® Hunter riding hat was developed for us by makers Charles Owen with critical input from our huntsman Peter Collins. The QH has to ensure the safety of its staff but also wants to retain the high standard of dress expected from the world's best-known Hunt. The Quorn's hat meets the latest safety standards and is modelled as far as possible on the traditional cap used by most huntsmen and many subscribers.

A hat that fits correctly is essential for safety as well as comfort. To enable you to try before you buy, the QH keeps a stock of hats at the Kennels and will advise on fitting.

You can buy online from this website here or our smartphone app or in person at the Kennels. If you need further details, please contact QH Riding Hat on our Contact page

So if you need a new hat (or even if you don't; treat yourself!), buy a safe one - the QH® Hunter hat.
We hope you will like our new hat (and also Mr Collins... who following the QH's custom for professional huntsmen wears a navy blue hat)


... to the Quorn Hunt's website for stop-press news, a summary of forthcoming events, details of how to contact us, a small adverts section, a unique satellite map of our country that is zoomable to hedgerow level and shows our boundary and many of our coverts (some with descriptions and photos; there is also a covert finder: click on a listed location and the map will find it for you), a brief history, current subscription rates, a Who's Who of hunt masters and officials and the supporters association, and reports and photos from our many activities.

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.