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Single Quorn foxhound leading the pack into Eye Kettleby Hall.

Quorn Hunt Photos 2008-present

Posted on 20th February 2008 in .  So far there are No comments

I have Quorn Hunt photos from early 2008 to the present day, organised by season (October through to March).

The Quorn Hunt traces its origins to a pack of foxhounds established in 1696 at Tooley Park, Leicestershire, by the youthful Thomas Boothby (1677–1752). Its present name comes from the village of Quorn, also known as Quorndon, where the hounds were kennelled between 1753 and 1904. 

Quorn Hunt Photos of foxhounds

I started taking Quorn Hunt Photos after the Hunting Act 2004 so all of my images are of trail hunting. If you are looking to satisfy some sort of blood lust then I'm afraid you are in the wrong place.

Quorn Hunt 2007-8Quorn Hunt 2014-15
Quorn Hunt 2008-9Quorn Hunt 2015-16
Quorn Hunt 2009-10Quorn Hunt 2016-17
Quorn Hunt 2010-11Quorn Hunt 2017-18
Quorn Hunt 20011-12Quorn Hunt 2018-19
Quorn Hunt 2012-13Quorn Hunt 2019-20
Quorn Hunt 2013-14
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About Nico

I am an equine photographer, website designer and hosting provider living in Lincolnshire.

I work with clients who are sole traders and others which are FTSE companies. They are equally important to me.

If you need commercial photographyeditorial photography, event photography, lifestyle, equestrian or wedding photography, then I can help you, with over 30 years experience in these areas.

I also teach photography. I mentor photographers with a range of experience, from beginners to working professionals and run an equine photography course which gives members access to articles about the business of equestrian photography.

I have a varied set of skills, having worked for well known web design, SEO and analytics companies in parallel to my photography.

I design, host and maintain websites for clients as varied as farms, interior designers and equestrian centres, as well as for bloggers and sportspeople, including many riders.

I am the Public Relations Officer for the Midlands Area Point-to-Point Association, a role which utilises my PR and social media skills to promote horse racing both online and in the National press.

If you think that I could be the right person to help you, whatever your project, then please get in touch and we can discuss what you need and the ways in which I can help.

You can find out more about me here.

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