drag hunt


Also found in: Wikipedia.

drag hunt

n
1. (Hunting) a hunt in which hounds follow an artificial trail of scent
2. (Hunting) a club that organizes such hunts
vb
(Hunting) to follow draghounds, esp on horseback, or cause (draghounds) to follow an artificial trail of scent
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
The dogs got into the 100-acre sanctuary during a drag hunt with the East Sussex and Romney Marsh Hunt.
The only hunt I would go on is a drag hunt where dogs just trace an animal scent, which is a great alternative.
Fagan tried to drag Hunt away from the incident as players from both sides became embroiled in ugly scenes.
This hunt could Drag Hunt, which of course is not good enough for them.
DRAG HUNT A kennel worker retrieves the fox cubs' corpses
But they may be legally taking part in a drag hunt and, for example, it is also legal to use two dogs to flush out a fox with the purpose of destroying it.
ONBH is a drag hunt, which means that the hounds are trained to follow an artificial scent rather than hunting live game.
In the event, the Beaufort staged a drag hunt, where foxes are flushed out of a wood and shot dead before their scent is left as a trail for the hounds.
Her husband died during a drag hunt in 1994 - just weeks after his younger brother, Andrew, was killed on safari.
It is still legal to drag hunt, where foxes are flushed out of a wood and shot dead, before their scent is left as a trail for the hounds.
Let the farmers who agree with the hunting give them their field and set up a drag hunt.