Manchester Hunt Sabs Online Auction via Facebook

Manchester Hunt sabs have been really busy the last few weeks with sabbing the badger cull and various cub hunts around the country which has meant we have quite high fuel costs! Thank you so much to our supporters for your donations, they mean that we can stay out in the field protecting our lovely …

FIRST SAB OUTING

The text below is from Sheffield Hunt Sabs (The below was written by one of our new sabs which we wanted to share as a great insight into the ups and downs and challenges which we face) FIRST SAB OUTING I’ve just finished a rather intense six weeks of the badger cull and I’m invited …

Video shows the moment Barlow Hunt master uses horse to threaten saboteurs

26th October 2020 The former master of the Barlow hunt has admitted threatening behaviour following an incident on New Year’s Day where he challenged saboteurs who said they were monitoring for evidence of illegal activity. Christopher White appeared before Chesterfield Magistrates’ Court on Friday, October 9, where he admitted one count of using threatening words …

Conviction and suspended sentence handed down for illegal hare hunting

9th October 2020 A conviction and suspended prison sentence was handed down to a defendant for illegally hunting a hare with dogs in Co. Wexford last year. At Wexford District Court on 21 September 2020 Patrick Berry of Wexford Town pleaded guilty to a charge of illegally hunting a hare with dogs at Wexford North …

Man handed suspended jail term after interfering with badger sett

13th January 2020 A Tonypandy man has been handed a suspended jail sentence and banned from keeping animals after admitting interference with a badger sett near Whitland. Matthew Howell Jones, 38, of Jones Street, also admitted failing to get urgent veterinary treatment for his dog, with the black terrier struggling with ‘very worrying’ injuries that …

Poacher in court

On 5 February 2020, Samuel Haylett, 30, of Barnes Road, Frimley, Camberley, was ordered to pay a £440 fine, £85 costs and a £44 victim surcharge at Chelmsford Magistrates’ Court after admitting trespass in pursuit of game, contrary to Section 30 of the Game Act 1831.

Irish Game Fair judge Coleman who left dog to die in car on hot day is given pet ban

6th October 2020 A game fair judge wept in court as he received a suspended jail term and a ban from keeping animals for 10 years over the death of his dog after leaving it in his car on a hot day. Breandan Coleman (36), of Dumnagoon Meadows, Craigavon, said he hadn't deliberately caused the …