TV chef and horse trainer admit hunting offences

A RENOWNED horse trainer and TV chef have both today admitted hunting offences.

A RENOWNED horse trainer and TV chef have both today admitted hunting offences.

Clarissa Dickson-Wright, from Midlothian, Scotland - who formed one half of the popular Two Fat Ladies cooking show - and Sir Mark Prescott, of Newmarket, admitted attending two hare coursing events in north Yorkshire in March 2007.

Neither defendant appeared in person at Scarborough Magistrates' Court for the private prosecution, which was brought by the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW).


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