See the trail of destruction on a 92-year-old woman’s land after a hunt in County Meath trespassed on Tuesday, January 12th 2016.
Dozens of hunters on horseback entered the woman’s property by trampling over a wire fence which had been cut. They then galloped across her pristine land, leaving it severely churned up.
The hunt believed to be responsible had given an undertaking not to trespass again, after damaging this same woman’s land in the past, but their arrogance and ignorance knows no bounds, and they think nothing of disrespecting landowners and treating them like dirt.
ICABS has yet to confirm the identity of the hunt but we do know that according to the Ward Union Staghounds fixture list, they were scheduled to meet at the Hatchet Pub on Tuesday, January 12th, which is a short distance from the elderly woman’s land.