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blood sport

any sport involving the killing of an animal, esp hunting
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Now part of the Bloodsport family, Grave Digger broadheads boast a cross-opening blade design, which deploys with less energy than traditional "jackknife" mechanicals.
Claiming to stop fox-hunting in England and Wales is another false trail when Scottish Labour and Liberal Democrat MPs would have voted against the bloodsport. Young Nat MP Mhairi Black's speech was very good but the fact is much better were heard from new Lab, Con and even SNP members of the House of Commons.
Tony Moore, chairman of the Fight Against Animal Cruelty in Europe, said, 'This arena bloodsport should have been thrown into the dustbin of history years ago.
Tory Party leader Mr William Hague yesterday said Shadow Home Secretary Miss Ann Widdecombe would not be speaking for the party on fox hunting after she mounted a passionate attack on supporters of the bloodsport.
MP Mike Foster has had massive support in his campaign to ban the bloodsport.
The young Prince's initiation into the world of hunting may endear him to the bloodsport establishment, but will alienate him from the majority of ordinary people for whom the killing and cruel treatment of animals is seen as brutal, barbaric and abhorrent.
BLOODsport supporters are said to be sabotaging Irish animal rights groups by signing up as members.
The Onyx boasts BloodSport's proprietary Rugged Wrap Construction, which provides a thick carbon wall, putting the Onyx among the toughest arrows ever built.
And he is barking up the wrong tree if he thinks he can revive his sneaky plans to bring back the bloodsport in a few months' time if he succeeds in banning Scottish MPs from voting on hunting in England and Wales.
FOX-HUNTING supporters have paraded with horses and hounds through central London to protest against any moves to ban the bloodsport.
Tomorrow MPs will vote on an amendment to the Hunting Act, which opponents claim will effectively legalise the bloodsport.