Foxshooting with Olympic gold medallist Richard Faulds

The foxhunting ban may be increasingly toothless but it has had one marked effect. Foxshooting has become incredibly popular. One of its champions is an Olympic champion. Clayshooting gold medallist Richard Faulds takes us out lamping in Sussex, protecting local lambs. Richard won gold for Trap Shooting at the Sydney Olympics in 2000. He may be better-known for his abilities with a shotgun but he is a master of the rifle, too.

With interviews with Richard, his wife Tanya, the Countryside Alliance and the local hunt, takes you round the world of foxshooting and its relationship with foxhunting.

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