Guidance for the Field and Visitors

 

All meets are at 2:00 p.m., weather permitting.  If in doubt, call the Huntsman: 540-955-2889.  
 

FOR THE GUIDANCE OF THE FIELD

 

(1) On moving off to draw do not crowd hounds and officials. Keep together and keep quiet. Only one cottontail is wanted, and a spreadout field is likely to put up several. Spread out only when requested to do so.

 

(2) When hounds check during a hunt, stop at once and give them and the huntsman plenty of room to cast and, above all, keep quiet.

 

(3) Do not view-holloa a rabbit during a run.

 

(4) Do not run immediately behind hounds on a bad scent, and always give them at least 100 yards. Pressing causes hounds to overrun the line.

 

(5) If at the end of a hunt you view the beaten cottontail and hounds are at fault, do not holloa. Hold up your hat only. If hounds get their heads up at this state, the hunt is irretrievably ruined.

 

(6) If ever in doubt, remember: "Silence is Golden."

 

(7) Dogs on appropriate leads are allowed.
 


I.  The Nantucket-Treweryn Beagles is a subscription pack supported by its hunting members and friends. A subscription for an individual is S125 annually, for a family S250, and for patrons S300. (Patrons may bring guest followers without paying a capping fee.) Subscribers receive regular fixture cards. The minimum cap to non-members is $15.00 per hunting day.


II.  Hunting days are Sundays at 2:00 p.m.and some Fridays  from early November through end of March. Early morning meets are held during October, for which no cards are issued. These fixtures can be ascertained from the Huntsman.


III.  The Hunt uniform may only be worn with the Master's permission, and ihe same applies to carrying a whip.


IV.   The Field must respect all crops, shut all gates, and avoid damaging hedges. Private gardens must not be entered. Riding is not allowed unless permission is obtained in advance.