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.
Nowadays the Quorn Hunt hounds are kenneled at Kirby Bellars, just outside Melton Mowbray, where the Quorn Hunt country meets that of The Cottesmore and Belvoir Hunts.
This collection of galleries represents the largest collection of Quorn Hunt images online anywhere. There may be more, from previous years, which have been archived. Of you are looking for something specific, please get in touch.
Please follow this link for Quorn Point-to-point images.