Welcome to the Tedworth
The Tedworth was started in 1826 by Mr Assheton Smith, who collected a pack from fifteen different kennels, and hunted the country till his death in 1858. His widow presented the hounds (120 couple) to the country.
Owing to military operations the Hunt was closed down and hounds dispersed in 1942. Hunting was resumed in 1946 with another pack collected by JC Porter who provided new kennels until they were moved to the current location. The country is based in Wiltshire and Hampshire. It extends some 25 miles north to south by 22 miles east to west, comprising of Salisbury Plain on the south, Pewsey Vale in the centre and downland to the north and east. The Savernake Forest is within the country. Since 1946 the Royal Artillery Hunt have been given permission to hunt in certain south western parts of the country jointly with the Tedworth on an annual agreement. In nearly every wire fence there is a jumping place. Most fences are post and rail or a variety of although there are some hedges in the Pewsey Vale. A well-bred horse that can gallop and jump timber is required. If you would like to find out more about the founder of the Tedworth, Thomas Assheton Smith, then click here for more details.
Hunting within the Law:
Since the imposition of the confusing 2004 Hunting Act we aim to confine our activities to within the law until the repeal of this unfair and unjustified law. However, there is still fun to be had so we look forward to welcoming you during the year. Click here For Trail Hunting information: TEDWORTH TRAIL HUNTING
Saturday 26th April 2014
Tedworth Hunt Jump Training Day Saturday 26th APRIL 2014 Tangley House, Near Andover, SP11 OS ...
Sunday 28th September 2014
Scheduled for Sunday September 28th, 2014. More details to follow ...
Friday 28th November 2014
Scheduled for Friday 28th November 2014. More details to follow ...
200 Club membership and draws
Simply join by annual entry fee and your name will be added to the draw. The 200 Club holds a number of draws every season and win
Point to Point in Wiltshire Life
Harriet Rochester previews the thrilling experience of the Tedworth Point to Point + Read More
History of the kennels
The building in Westcourt, which we now occupy, was originally 2 farmhouses and a school. Then, from 1897 to 1948, it became a rac
BREEDING FOR PERFECTION
Hounds are at the very centre of a hunt and we spend significant effort to ensure they live in the best possible surroundings. The