Landowner on horseback is involved in an angry confrontation with hunt saboteurs

SWNSPublished: December 4, 2017
Published: December 4, 2017

This is the moment a landowner on horseback is involved in an angry confrontation with hunt saboteurs - leaving one of them badly winded.

In the video a man, believed to be George Winn-Darley, owner of a 7,000-acre grouse shooting estate, shouts "go back to the highway" repeatedly while leading his horse at activists.

The saboteurs were trespassing on the estate - claiming to have seen a fox fleeing a hunt group just minutes before the drama unfolded on Saturday (November 2).

At one point the man believed to be Mr Winn-Darley, a member of the The Moorland Association for the North York Moors, is seen astride his horse whose head clashes with a saboteur.

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