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As reported by local media in the UK:

Saboteurs blamed for hunt attack

Hunt saboteurs have been blamed by pro-hunt campaigners for an arson
attack on a kennels in which horses and dozens of hounds were let out.

The intruders also set fire to rubbish in a wheelie bin and fencing.

The attack was in the early hours of Sunday morning at the Essex and
Suffolk Hunt at Layham near Hadleigh, Suffolk.

The 82 hounds and five horses set loose were all later recovered after
staff discovered the break-in and called police and the fire service.

'Hunt scum'

The culprits had also used an aerosol to spray the words "hunt scum" on
the road.

No group has claimed responsibility. Suffolk Police said they were
investigating.

Pro-hunters denounced those responsible as "rural terrorists" after the
attack which comes just a fortnight after the start of the hunting season.

Huntsman Gary Thorpe, 36, said: "We are appalled by the actions of these
people. They let all the hounds and horses out of their stables and left
the gates wide open so they could get on the road.

'Completely deplorable'

"Thankfully this did not happen, but that was more by luck than anything
else or they could have caused a serious accident.

"These people call themselves animal lovers, but what kind of animal
lover does this?

"It is very disappointing. We are trying our hardest to hunt within the
law and have done everything that has been asked of us, yet these people
continue to make our lives a misery."

Liz Mort, eastern region spokeswoman for the Countryside Alliance, said
the actions were "completely deplorable".