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Once used by medieval soldiers and cattle drovers, it crosses the Chilterns Area of Outstanding cr Natural Beauty en route from the Vale of the White Horse to Tring.
Hereditary peer Lord Mancroft, 59, is a former joint master of the Vale of the White Horse Hunt in Gloucestershire.
Between 1925 and 1948 a small medieval church, nestling on the edge of the Vale of the White Horse, was transformed in the style of the Counter Reformation.
Nicholas Godfrey 'A real Churchill of a horse' Owner Jim Reade Trainer Tim Forster Jockeys Andy Frank, George Small Festival wins 4 United Hunts' Challenge Cups (1963-65, 1967) Other big wins 3 Horse and Hound Cups (1962, 1963 & 1965), 3 Scottish Champion Hunter Chases (1965-67); top-rated hunter chaser 1965, 1966 & 1967 Ran 33 races under rules, won 22 What you didn't know His owner-breeder, bachelor farmer Jim Reade, named the horse after the village of Baulking where he lived in the Vale of the White Horse, not far from Faringdon What they said about him "His outstanding characteristic was his courage and terrific will to win - he never knew when to give in and these qualities alone lifted him high above the average and made him a real Churchill of a horse" - Tim Forster
Gloucestershire Police also confirmed premises belonging to the Vale of the White Horse Hunt and the Cotswold Hunt groups, both in Cirencester, had been targeted.
'Areas which stand out for having a high quality of life, but also lower-than-average house prices, include Aylesbury Vale in Buckinghamshire, the Vale of the White Horse in Oxfordshire and Mid Suffolk.'
We trekked south through the Vale of the White Horse with all the speed of a hippy convoy.
Meanwhile, TV presenter Anne Robinson attended the opening meet of the Vale of the White Horse Hunt, near Fairford, Glos.
Close to the historic market town of Wantage in the Vale of the White Horse near the River Thames, the village itself has a shop, pub, primary school and church.
Schooled at Eton, he went into the 11th Hussars - possibly because they had taken part in the charge of the light brigade - served in Malaya, Cumbria and Northern Ireland and, in 1957, rode a winner at the Vale of the White Horse Hunt's point-to-point meeting at Siddington, Gloucestershire.
Helene Baines, 54, of the Vale of the White Horse Hunt, said women were not natural born killers and could bring another angle to the pro- hunting voice.
One passenger, Bob Johnston, an executive member for transport for the Vale of the White Horse District Council, joined the tour at Banbury, Oxfordshire.