Huntswoman facing prison for whipping saboteur killed in riding accident



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A woman who was facing prison for whipping a hunting saboteur died in a riding accident.

Jane Goring, 57, fell off her horse on Wednesday during a trapping hunt – a sport in which horsemen and dogs chase an artificial scent.

Draghounds of Mid Surrey Farmers wrote on Facebook: "We are very sorry to report that Jane Goring was tragically dead as she crawled into Leigh yesterday.

Jane Goring died after falling off her horse during a hunt

"On behalf of the masters and members of the hunt on the air, we send our condolences and thoughts to the family of Richard and Jane in this terrible moment."

Relative Alice Goring wrote on Facebook: 'The cruelest reminder to live everyday, because you never know when your time may end. Sleep well Jane, we will never forget you.

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"Thank you for everything and for making our grandfather so incredibly happy, something we will never forget and always love you.We'll miss you so much – you really were one of the legends of life, with the best laugh I've ever heard.

"A lot of incredible memories, you will never forget and we wish you did not have to leave so fast. We will always remember this photo as the day we arrived late to Ascot and you had to practically run over everyone's picnics to get us there.

"You were such a special lady and left lots of kisses in everyone's heart."

A hunting saboteur was "whipped" by a woman on horseback (Photo: Brighton Hunt Sabs)
The ugly confrontation took place in a swampy area near Pevensey, East Sussex (Image: Brighton Hunt Saboteurs)

Despite his death, some anti-hunting saboteurs took the opportunity to mock the death of Mrs. Goring.

Some said it was karma, while another from the Stop the Cull group said "she will not miss us".

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The images were released last year by saboteur hunters showing Mrs. Goring shouting "get off my horse" while whipping a man 17 times.

It was filmed during a trip through the East Sussex and Romney Marsh Hunt Club in Pevensey, East Sussex.

The saboteurs claim that she used her horse to push them back, while another masked man runs in front of the horse, holding the bridle.

The Brighton Hunt Saboteurs said they attended the meeting to ensure there was no illegal hunting (Photo: Brighton Hunt Saboteurs)

The Brighton Hunt Saboteurs said they attended the meeting to ensure there was no poaching.

The group insists she was the victim of an unprovoked attack and claims that Mrs. Goring simply "lost the plot."

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Police concluded that there was insufficient evidence and dropped the case.

Last month she appeared at the Brighton Magistrates Court to face two criminal charges through a civil suit.

She denies having beaten Simon Medhurst with his whip and Shirley Makin with his horse.

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