Photos from all our recent events!

There are two sites where our hunt photographs are now posted.  The links are listed below and  both allow free download of images. We hope you enjoy them and kindly ask for a £5 honour donation to the hunt which you can give to Charlie MacEwan or Gigi Richardson at any meet.

Click here to see some great photographs that Tanzy Lee has uploaded to his own web space



Matt Preston of Fortunes Wood Farm produces fabulous organic Aberdeen Angus beef, just about the tastiest variety you can get. He still has a few slow roast joints left for Xmas but just as importantly is now taking orders for early next year. Whether you like steak, ribs, topside, mince or slow roasting joints it's always worth making Matt your first port of call. 

Watch out for news of special offers in the New Year!!

Matt Preston can be contacted on 01935 83309 or via email at



Make it a night to have fun. Saturday 14th February. There will be dancing, dinner and a bar at Pear Tree Cottage Barn Higher Halstock Leigh, BA22 9QY


Opens 8.00p.m Dancing until 12.00, £10.00 payable in advance, pay bar and hot food from Taste of the Wild.

Contact Walter Lashbrook 07738120522 or Joe Meier 07970 870227 to reserve tickets.

No access after 11.00pm




The Cattistock Hunt Supporters Club Show

A fun, sunny day was had at the Show on Sunday 3rd August.  The first few classes were at bit short of competitors but as the day went on the classes filled.  Sheila Meaden started the day with a turn out class which varied from a showy pony to a shire horse all looking immaculate.  Tracy Roberts finished the day judging the Hunter classes. It was a delight to see some Hunters out Show jumping, Charlie MacEwan with Charm and Caroline Meier with Lottie both got placed.

The Hunter classes were all good hunting types with 13hh & under class being won by Emily Weeks on the most lovely Dartmoor, Floss, who also went on to win the Championships, receiving the enormous trophy first presented at the Point to Point at North Perrott in 1932.

The under 15hh class was won by Jess Wareham on Archie, winning the CHSC Challenge Trophy.  The Ridden Hunter class was won by a relative newcomer to Hunting, Boris, ridden by Lucy Greenwood, winning the CHSC Perpetual Trophy, originally presented by Major James Pinney.  The Open WH class was won by Sophie Fowler on Emma Fishers` Nettle, winning the beautiful Ann Galloway Trophy.
Bright coloured spotty rosettes were plentiful, as were prizes, including photography vouchers thanks to Ian Lenton and Mike Weeks, please see this link to see photos.

A big thank you must go to all the helpers, Richard Sherwood on the gate, Gilly Wilson and Jane Garner in the Secretaries, Sheila Meaden, Sally Batten, Tracy Roberts and Mandy Bluck in Ring 1, Marianne Wilkins, Mary Pengelly and Di Powne in Ring 2, David Batten and Lucy Greenwood in Ring 3, SJ Morris and Tony Archer in the Novelty Ring.  Joe Meier , Simon Greenwood and Sharon Oliver were on BBQ duties.  I`m sure I`ve forgotten someone, please forgive me!



Sat 14th February

Dance evening

Fri 20th to Sat 22nd March.  


Saturday 11th April 2015:  

POST SEASON DINNER DANCE to be held at Herrison Hall. Charlton Down.

Monday 4th May 2015:  


Sun 9th August:  

THE CATTISTOCK COUNTRYSIDE SHOW (Ag Sports)  A celebration of countryside pursuits.

Sunday  4th October: