Best way to be useful to a hunt - from the ground?
Due to financial, horse, and transportation restraints I am not able to be a riding member of a local hunt. I am an active part of the local horse community as a Pony Club Jt-DC and independent instructor but would like to become more involved with the hunt.
I purchased a baler from the huntsman/Jt-MFH and looked at one of the honorary Whipper-In's apartments - but otherwise have no direct people-connections to the hunt.
Any suggestions as to how to be *actually useful* to a hunt from the ground? I recognize there is not as much paperwork/planning involves as say, an organization that hosts multiple schooling shows a year. I also have the feeling most hunts work as a pretty tight and smooth ship - I do not want to ask them to "give me something to do" if it would actual hinder their efficiency.