There comes a day in the hunting field when, despite the sport, you have to pull out. Your horse has thrown a shoe, or maybe your wife is in labor. Possibly the hounds have crossed the ridge into the next county and you have a winded horse. Or you notice the sun has set and you are six miles from the trailers.
And here is the challenge: how do you get back to the fixture?To read more, a subscription is required. Log in or click here to subscribe.