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Lauderdale Hunt

Tel: 01896 860648

About This Hunt

Hunt Country The country adjoins the Duke of Buccleuch's and Berwickshire from Lammermuir Hills to the rivers Tweed and Yarrow, 20 miles from east to west and 15 miles from north to south, centred on Lauder. It consists of hill country, grass and a little plough with timber hunt jumps and dry-stone walls. It is a farmers' pack. Best centres: Melrose, Lauder and Galashiels.

Hunt History The district now hunted was in the first quarter of the 19th century, part of the very large country hunted by Mr. Baillie, of Melerstain; in 1826 it was taken over by the Duke of Buccleuch. At a later period the north portion was lent to the now extinct Lothian Hounds, who hunted it until 1882, after which date it was seldom drawn. The south and east portions up to 1889, formed part of the Duke of Buccleuch's.

Secretary: Mr. I.R. Scott Aiton

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