The Mid Surrey Farmers’ Draghounds Masters and Hunt Staff wear dark blue coats with blue velvet collars, the hunt buttons are very special: beautifully crafted brass buttons designed by George Goring’s daughter, Theresa. Subscribers who have been awarded their buttons may use them on either tweed or green coats. Tweed was introduced, in keeping with Douglas Bunn’s wishes that the drag adopt tweed in line with other prestigious packs,
Kate Brookes wearing an air jacket
Other subscribers and guests wear hunting coats together with traditional breeches, gloves, boots and spurs, horses should be plaited and well turned out
We encourage the use of safety hats for all riders and if you wish wear a back protector: several people appear in the new Point 2 Air Jackets – occasionally with exciting consequences!
All subscribers and guests are expected to follow and sign our Safety Code which was written to ensure as far as possible that a days’ sport with The Mid Surrey Farmers’ Draghounds will be both exciting and safe.