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Published on Nov 1, 2011
West Wales Anti Bloodsports were monitoring the South Pembrokeshire Hunt in December last year. The terriermen are caught in a pincer operation between two groups of monitors with cameras - one group high on the road, another on a footpath- and are unable to secretly access the woodlands for any digging. The landowner of Moor Farm claims he has given the terriermen written permission to be on his land, but doesn't know their names. The hunt spend all day drawing various coverts (putting the hounds in to look for a scent) with absolutely no evidence of a trail being laid. At the end of the day, monitors film an exhausted looking fox running out of woodland at Carne Farm, Yerbeston - another hunt meet venue. The huntsman can be heard intially encouraging the hounds with voice calls. The hounds are clearly onto the fox, as they run yelping over the same hedge through which the fox has passed. The huntsman Simon Jones is warned his hounds are onto live quarry but makes no effort to call them off. If you want to help West Wales Anti Bloodsports put a stop to local hunts breaking the law, email firstname.lastname@example.org