When Roger and Cheryl Clark formed the East Anglian Bloodhounds twenty three seasons ago, no one was left in any doubt that they did not see this sport as an alternative to foxhunting. Quite the opposite, they both saw it as an additional activity. Roger in particular, having been Master and Huntsman of the Essex and Suffolk for the previous three seasons could again indulge himself in his fascination of hounds and their breeding, whilst at the same time providing entertainment for an ever growing equestrian community. All these years later his views and those of his present wife Fiona have not changed and if anyone could be picked out as an example of true supporters of foxhunting and the role it plays in the countryside, it would be all three of them.
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