We aim to provide the country’s best chefs with the country’s finest venison. Our mantra is simple. Every carcass we provide comes with the following:
FULL Provenance – a certificate showing date of shooting, name of stalker, where shot, species, age, and a description of the stalk.
A DEFRA veterinary inspection stamp – CYA !
Delivered by one of our knowledgeable staff in a temperature controlled
vehicle, wrapped “old school” in muslin.
One of us is always available on the phone to discuss your needs.
All of our deer are either from wild, sustainable herds, or from deer reserves and parks where the deer live as wild.
About Huntsham Sporting
At Huntsham Sporting we provide our clients with exceptional shooting on two of the west country’s premier shooting estates. Whether at Endsleigh or Huntsham, our estates have the variety and quality to test even the most accomplished of teams.
Huntsham Sporting was founded in 2015 by two friends who shared the belief that good shooting and hospitality should incorporate community and the local countryside surrounding it. Having both grown up shooting, Ben and Nick have always worked to ensure that sportsmanship and respect are the core of everything that happens at Huntsham Sporting.
Shooting, hunting and fishing has always been a fundamental aspect of local and village life in the west country, long may it continue.
Huntsham Sporting is owed and run by Ben Horne and Nick Martiny Roberts, both of whom are active in hosting shoot days at both Endsleigh and Huntsham.
New additions to the Huntsham Sporting team for the 2019/2020 season include Dan Stocks, who joins as a senior Beat Keeper. Dan has joined the Huntsham Sporting team having previously run successful beats at Prescombe and Warter Priory. His experience will be tested as he takes up the Lower Hill and Target Moor beats at Huntsham.
Sophie Smith and Cat Goodman Jones are returning to run the hospitality at Huntsham for another season, while Mike Grierson will be running days at Huntsham for the upcoming season.