Welcome to the Old Berkshire Hunt
The Old Berkshire Hunt Ltd - The "Old Berks" dates back to 1830 in its present form but the country has been hunted since about 1760. See The History of the Old Berks Hunt, 1760-1904 by F C Loder-Symonds and E Percy Crowdy (Vinton & Co Ltd, 1905).
The country which is in Oxfordshire is mixed, with grass, set-aside and corn crossed with timber and some hedges. There are quite a few streams and ditches including the infamous Rosie Brook. Hunt-owned coverts include Longcot Thorns. Following the successful incorporation in February 2004 the Old Berkshire Hunt Ltd is a company limited by guarantee. The Directors of the company are responsible for its management but delegate the responsibility for day-to-day management to the Joint Masters and others appointed to assist them.
Monday 7th April 2014 - Pony Race Practice
There will be a practice session for members of The Old Berkshire Hunt Pony Club thinking of entering the pony races at Lockinge Point to Point on Easter Monday. This will be an opportunity to check riders have the right paperwork and kit, walk the course with Mark Bradburne, saddle up and have a practice run on the actual course (no jumping involved!). For questions about this rally or entering the pony races Email Clare Hazell: firstname.lastname@example.org
Various items can be bought to support the OBH:
OBHSC Ties: £10 each Mugs: £6 each or 2 for £10
Keyrings and Badges can also be purchased from Lee Kent, Tina Parker, Simon Higgs and Paul Jupe.