draghound

draghound

(ˈdræɡˌhaʊnd)
n
(Hunting) a hound used to follow an artificial trail of scent in a drag hunt
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A draghound will follow aniseed from here to John o'Groat's, and our friend, Armstrong, would have to drive through the Cam before he would shake Pompey off his trail.
JENNY WILSON: Being able to ride horses on the beach and going out with Anglesey Draghounds, it's a great day out.
There are 289 registered packs of hunting dogs in England and Wales, 10 in Scotland and 22 packs of draghounds and bloodhounds set up before the ban to hunt a trail or runner, according to the CA.
He added: "David entered the horse world at a very mature age and hunted with my brother Ian's draghounds before being sent to me to be taught to race ride.
22: Anglesey Draghounds hunter trials, Bryn Llan Farm, Llanrug.
Prince Charles should set up a pack of royal draghounds
Who better to defuse the situation by setting up a pack of Royal Draghounds? With the scent laid route chosen to mimic an animal hunt few followers would realise that hounds were not chasing live quarry.
(15m from Exit 10, M25) Tomorrow hunt course first race location Radnor & West Hereford Cold Harbour Abandoned Fernie Dingley Abandoned Axe Vale Heslaker 2.00 Yorks 1m SW of Skipton, close to A59 Devon & Somerset Draghounds Holnicote 1.30 Somerset Near A39, 3m W of Minehead, 2m E of Porlock.
Last winter he hunted with the Anglesey Draghounds.
Wales' national champion point-to-point rider James Tudor, 24, chalked-up his first win of the 2007-08 season when landing the restricted open on 2-1 chance Mr Tee Pee at the Cambridge University Draghounds meeting at Cottenham on Sunday.
Anglesey Draghounds is organising its first ever "multi-disciplinary" event to raise money for Wales Air Ambulance.