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Phil

Tiverton Foxhounds meeting at Chipley Saturday February 2nd 2013

February 04, 2013
An early start from the Cotswolds, but with the sun shining and the forecast good, the miles went quickly and I arrived in plenty of time for my first visit to this lovel...
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Dunston Harriers Meeting at Ampton January 13th 2013

January 16, 2013
Overnight ground frost left some doubt about the meeting actually taking place and only after a 10 o'clock inspection did the stewards give the go-ahead. Some moans durin...
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The Larkhill Racing Club meeting at Larkhill January 6th 2013

January 07, 2013
Thick fog threatened the possibility of racing when arriving at the course for an expected 11.00 a.m. start and finding it enveloped in what appeared to be an impenetrabl...
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Cottenham The Cambridgeshire Harriers Hunt Club meeting

December 31, 2012
Up early on Sunday morning and away to Cottenham for an 11.00 a.m. start as it's expected that there will be several divisions with the number of entries. Good run acros...
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Chaddesley Corbett The Harkaway Club meeting

December 29, 2012
Well done to all those associated with the Harkaway yesterday after getting the meeting on despite continuous heavy rain both before and after Christmas. There were a go...
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