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Parfors fox hunting is becoming increasingly popular among the propertied classes, second only to deer hunting with flocks of deer hounds — the staghound.
The name “parforsnaya hunting” comes from the French “par force” – by force, through force. Horsemen with a pack of hounds lead the pursuit of a fox, a deer, a hare, and another beast until the beast is completely exhausted and, in exhaustion, does not stop running. Then he gets into the hounds teeth or is taken by hunters. Continue reading