Opening Meet 4th November Thirlestane Castle, Lauder

11th November Stobo

18th November Lugate, Stow

25th November Broadmeadows, Yarrowford TD7 5NA ///joggers.contoured.fever

2nd December Pavilion, Gattonside TD6 9BN ///pocketed.torch.clap

9th December Burncastle TD2 6QX

16th December Threepwood, Galashiels TD1 2PY ///curly.pulse.scanning

We are out with the bloodhounds every Saturday.


All Meets at 10.45. Further dates will be published here as soon as they have been confirmed.  Contact details below

Book of 8 tickets £360
Visitors £55
17-21 £30
12-16 £10
Under 12’s free

When you book to hunt with the Lauderdale, or attend a Hunt meet/event, you are agreeing to the following conditions for your own safety and the safety of others:

# Riding a horse is a risk activity, and the level of risk is determined by the rider’s own   choices and competence.

# Hunting involves riding across untamed countryside, where the rider has to constantly assess the risks that appear before them. This includes negotiating obstacles, rough ground that may have holes or boggy patches, and keeping clear of other riders if they are having problems.

# Each rider must assess for her/himself whether any obstacle is safe for them to cross/jump: as such, a reasonable level of equestrian competence is essential.

# Riding hats to the appropriate modern standard should be worn. Back protectors/air jackets are recommended.

# Riders and foot followers take part entirely at their own risk: the Lauderdale Hunt’s Master and committee, and the landowners, farmers and shoots over whose ground you may pass are not responsible, and disclaim all liability for, any loss, damage or injury to persons or property. Taking out your own insurance for personal and third-party risk/liability is recommended.

Such insurance may be obtained from the Countryside Alliance & British Horse Society amongst others.

You must contact the secretary to book as numbers will be limited

For more information on hunting with bloodhounds, please see Bloodhounds page or contact Hunt Secretary, Claire Armet,