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South Durham Hunt
About This Hunt
Hunt Country The country which lies in County Durham, is about 16 miles square, and much has been lost to urban development, motorways and busy roads. A good horse is needed to jump gates, wire, post and rails, and hedges. The best area for grass is Hurworth Burn. There is a lot of winter corn. Foxes are found in bales more than in coverts. There is good sport and a lot of fun.
Hunt History The Durham Hunt dates from the 17th century, and the country as at present constituted has existed since 1870 (see North Durham in earlier volumes of (Baily's Hunting Directory).
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