Race Sponsors

Under Construction 
First Race 1.30pm
The Holderness Hunt Members, Subscribers & Farmers Race
The Mary Beal Memorial Race

Second Race 2.05pm

Hendersons Insurance Brokers

Third Race 2.40pm

Frontier Agriculture Ltd

Forth Race 3.15pm

Smailes Goldie Turner

Fifth Race 3.50pm

Blue Keld Spings

Sixth Race 4.25pm

Trophy Pet Foods

Seventh Race 5pm

Peter Ward Homes Ltd

Advertisers & Fence Sponsors

We are incredible greatful to our sponsors, many of which support our event year on year.

Agrii Ltd
Agrii Masterseeds 
Argo Feeds Ltd

BCS Agriculture 
Beal Developments
Beverley Race Co Ltd
Beswick Hall Farms - Rare British Breeds - Belted Galloways & Oxford Downs
Blue Keld Springs
Burton Constable Holiday Park

Cambell & Penty
CBA Sadofskys
Ceramic Tile Merchants Ltd
Cerutti 2 Ltd
Chris Clubley & Co
Clifton Timber
Colley (Farm Buildings) Ltd

David H Cox & Son
Dr Gosselin

East Riding Trailers
East Yorkshire Concrete Products 

Frontier Agriculture Ltd
Frying Farmer

George F White
Guest & Philips

Henderson Insurance Brokers

LC Caley & Son

McClarrons Insurance
Mick Atkins Photography 
MKM Building Supplies
Maple Garage 
NatWest Bank
Northfield Agriculture 

Omex Agriculture Ltd
Openfield - Seed, Fertiliser, Grain, Storage 

Patrick Wilkinson Saddlers 
Peter Ward Homes Ltd

RD Webster Ltd
Res-Q Ltd
Robinson Contract Services 
Russell Tractors

Skerne Leys Haylage 
Smailes Goldie Turner
Stamp Jackson & Procter
Station House Vets
Stockcare Ltd
Smithy Briggs Hay & Straw

Teal & Mackrill Ltd
Trophy Pet Foods

Venco Plant Services Ltd

Wetherby Hamilton 

From the Holderness Hunt Point to Point Committee 








The Holderness Hunt is a pack of hounds registered with the Masters of Foxhounds Association. We maintain a pack of hounds and undergo legal hunting activities during the hunting season. We also run hunt events, fund raisers, information evenings and other activities associated with the hunting community. The Holderness Hunt and its associated supporting clubs keep information about its members, staff, farmers and landowners. We mainly communicate via email and post, but may communicate verbally for more urgent matters. Communications are for informational purposes, membership updates and for the promotion of hunt events and other associated activities.

Personal Information

The Holderness Hunt retains information about its members as well as supporters, officials, landowners and farmers. Upon joining the Holderness Hunt or renewing annual subscriptions, we will request certain personal details such as Name, Address and contact details. We will use this data for communicating with members and supporters.

How we collect information

When members of the Holderness Hunt or it supporting clubs actively sign up or subscribe to our membership or communicate with us, they may choose voluntarily to give us certain information (for example by filling in text boxes or completing registration forms). This information requires direct action by the individual at the time in order for us to receive it. There is the option to opt out of future communications should members wish to do so when giving this information. Our members have applied consent to the Holderness Hunt by actively giving us their details when subscribing. In doing so, they are allowing active communication from us on such matters as stated above. There will always be an option for any of our members to opt out of any further communications.

How long we retain information for

The Holderness Hunt will not retain information for longer than necessary. We will only hold onto the information you provide either for as long as you are a member. If legally required or if it is reasonably necessary to resolve disputes, prevent fraud or abuse or if we have a legitimate interest, we may also retain information for a limited period of time as required, even after you are no longer a member or no longer associated with the Holderness Hunt. You are entitled to request that any of your data is deleted from our records at any time.


The Holderness Hunt will not contact any persons for whom we do not have consent to do so. We understand that you trust us with your personal information and we are committed to ensuring the security and privacy of your personal information. You are able to do any of the following:


· You can verify the details you have submitted to the Holderness Hunt by contacting us at the following email address: holderness-hunt@hotmail.com

· You can contact us to change, correct or delete any or all of your personal information. We may retain archived copies of your information as required by law or for legitimate business purposes (including helping address fraud and spam).

· You can unsubscribe from receiving any emails from us by emailing an unsubscribe request to the email address referred to above. Once you do this, you will no longer receive any emails from us.

· You can request a readable copy of the personal data we hold on you at any time. To do this, please contact us at the above email address.


Use of Personal Information & How the Law Applies

There are times when it is not practical or feasible for the Holderness Hunt to obtain or record consent, however this information will only be used or processed if there is a Legitimate Interest for us to do so, and in doing so your interests and rights as an individual are not harmed.

Farmers & Landowners – The Holderness Hunt holds information (eg. names, addresses and boundaries) about farmers and landowners within the hunt country. This is so that the hunt can inform them of hunt activities that may be going on or around their land. Contact is made for informational purposes only, and we feel that this is for the Legitimate Interest of the individual farmer or landowner as it is in their interest to know of activities going on in the area so any preparation can be made as necessary.

Hunt Followers – Sometimes people following our hunt are not our active members or active members of a local or neighbouring pack. They may therefore not be fully up to date with communications about hunting on that day. For all follower’s safety, as well as the safety of the hounds and others (on horse, foot or in cars) it is important that people know who is following the hunt on a particular day. We will therefore try to keep a record of recent people following hunts so that we can communicate this information as necessary to those in charge of any particular day.

Changes to your data

From time to time the Holderness Hunt may need to contact those in its membership and database to make sure that we have accurate details for you.

Data Sharing

The Holderness Hunt will not rent, swap or sell any personal information to other organisations. Information is only shared with direct connections of the hunt, such as the Supporters Club, the Holderness Hunt Point to Point & other hunt event organisers.

Please note, we are constantly reviewing how we process and protect data. Therefore, changes to our policy may occur at any time. We will endeavour to publicise any changes.


October 2018