fox hunt


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fox hunt

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foxhunt

n
1. (Hunting)
a. the hunting of foxes with hounds
b. an instance of this
2. (Hunting) an organization for fox-hunting within a particular area
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To some, the start of a fox hunt is a quintessentially English scene, steeped in tradition.
I am just an average Joe, I hate fox hunting, would never do it but I am a city bloke and respect the right of country people to fox hunt, it was their heritage.
The first fox hunt on record dates back to Norfolk, England, in 1534, where farmers used hounds to chase down foxes that had been killing livestock.
The race, originally the third on the card, was re-run after the ninth race after Fox Hunt sustained a broken leg and fell early in the race.
OPINION POLL eventually came out on top in a Dubai Gold Cup which had to be restaged at the end of the card after the original race was stopped when Fox Hunt suffered a fatal injury.
BRAZIL-BORN Silvestre de Sousa (right) could hardly believe his luck as he doubled his Royal Ascot score on Fox Hunt in the Duke of Edinburgh Stakes.
In March the company's blockbuster line-up includes Resident Evil, DarkStalkers and Fox Hunt with Buster Bros.
Fox Hunt and Opinion Poll will renew their rivalry in the 3,200m Dubai Gold Cup (Group 3) on March 31 after impressing connections with a one-two finish in the Group 3 Nad Al Sheba Trophy, while Australian import Soul sprinted into the reckoning for the Group 2 Nad Al Sheba Sprint by producing a rattling run to land a competitive handicap that featured several big-race hopefuls.
FOX HUNT is set to join stablemate Jukebox Jury on a trip to Australia to contest the Melbourne Cup on November 1.
FOX HUNT yesterday became the third British-trained Classic winner in Germany this season when he recorded a hard-fought success under Silvestre de Sousa in the Deutsches St Leger, a Group 3 at Dortmund, writes David Conolly-Smith.
25pm Deutsches St Leger G3 Dortmund, 1m6f dirt, 3yo+ MARK JOHNSTON sends Royal Ascot winner Fox Hunt on a mission to qualify for the Emirates Melbourne Cup in the German St Leger at Dortmund this afternoon, writes David Conolly-Smith.
Back in April, his trainer Mark Johnston reported that Fox Hunt had "a mind of his own" but also that he had "a lot of ability, if only we can get it all out of him".