Foxhunt Folks, How Well Do You Know Your Terms?

Those of us who participate in breed-specific events with our dogs know that each discipline comes with a language all its own, from herding and nose work, to agility and treibball. The tradition of fox hunting is also alive and well (these days, however, an artificially laid scent, usually fox, hare or rabbit, is used),  and the sport’s lexicon is one unto itself. So, all you Foxhound, Basset Hound, Beagle and Harrier folks, test your knowledge about these general terms. Answers appear below upside-down .

1) What would you be hunting if your quarry were the ‘sanglier’?
2) What would you be hunting if your quarry were ‘le cerf’?
3) What would you be hunting if following the ‘jelly-dogs’?
4) What would you be hunting if following a ‘bobbery’ pack?
5) What would you be receiving if presented with Latchfords?
6) What would you be receiving if presented with a Michael Lyne?
7) What would you be receiving if presented with a Littleworth?
8) What would you be receiving if presented with a Biegle?
9) What would you be receiving if presented with a Frank Meads?
10) What is the latin for fox?

“The Forum” by Deborah Harris
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