Established in 1859, the Irish Masters of Foxhounds Association (IMFHA) represents the interests of 41 foxhunting packs in Ireland. It governs all matters connected to foxhunting legislation, regulation, conservation, education, communications and finance.
About the IMFHA
Saturday 18th May 2019 - Laois Hunt Kennels - 10.00am start
(By kind permission of the Masters & Committee)
Topics to be covered are Hound Welfare and Management, Veterinary matters and foxhound judging.
Contributors include Mark Hankinson from the MFHA in Britain & former Master & Huntsman the Wilton, a senior huntsman from an Irish hunt, a guest veterinary surgeon and two senior foxhound judges.
Open to all Masters, Hunt Staff and Hunt Supporters of packs registered with the IMFHA.
A lunch will be available. The day is ‘hands on’ and those attending will get the opportunity to judge varying types of foxhound.
For further information please contact David Lalor MFH (087 254 2114) or Lord Waterford MFH (087 989 0410).
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