The crown prince hunting with Jyllands unknown millionaires: be careful Of not shooting any

Hunting can be an enjoyable experience. But it can also be dangerous. It reminded crown prince Frederik some of Jutland's millionaires and powerful local peo

The crown prince hunting with Jyllands unknown millionaires: be careful Of not shooting any

Hunting can be an enjoyable experience. But it can also be dangerous.

It reminded crown prince Frederik some of Jutland's millionaires and powerful local people, as the Friday morning went hunting together in northern jutland.

Within the company in their heating vinterjagttøj went out in Klosterhedens nature, warned the crown prince just that one needs to be careful where you shoot – so you don't hit some skovgæster.

"Every time, you need to give a shot, must make sure to inform you when you are on the record. Where is man?," it sounded from the crown prince:

He added:

"Can there be any? It is a forest, so that there can be skovgæster on foot, on horse, on bike and so on, so be aware of it. And please also note, that there is kuglefang behind in the form of land."

Friday's kongejagt in Klosterheden is the Royal family's third this season.

And just like the two previous hunts, respectively, in Gludsted Plantation and in the Competition there was also this time a number of millionaires and powerful people with.

Unlike the hunt in Gribskov, where there were many prominent names in the form of, among other German princes and the princes, was the hunt in the Klosterheden more characterized by local wealthy minority, directors and other magtpersonligheder.

Among the participants were, among others, Grundfos-heir Poul Due Jensen.

the Family has a milliardformue and has several times been placed on the Berlingskes list of Denmark's richest.

According to the kongehusekspert and author Søren Jakobsen, Poul Due Jensen, qualified for participation in the kongejagter.

"He must be on one of the royal hunts. He is close to the crown prince," he says.

Also members of other rich families such as the former tobaksdynasti Færch was represented in the form of Rasmus Færch, while the former, as known rigmandsfamilie Olufsen – known from Bang & Olufsen was also invited in the form of landowner Janus Chess Olufsen.

Peter A. Busck, who is one of the heirs to the known boghandlerklæde Arnold Busck, was also on the hunt – just as he was with the hunt in Gludsted Plantation at the end of October.

"He has got some connections to the royal house, and a double kongejagt stresses it," says Soren Jakobsen.

in Addition to the millionaires was the tips from the royal business also.

Among other things, there was the participation of Lars Thomsen, who is the director of grossistvirksomheden Morehouse, who distributes hunting equipment.

the Above was the director of the local Salling Bank, Peter Vinther Christensen, with, like the local sheep farmer Jørgen BLazejewicz, who was famed for having been mutilated more of the wolves, were also on the guest list.

According to Søren Jakobsen, it suggests that the crown prince is trying to get good connections to the local.

"At two hunts he puts very much emphasis on the local links. And in between we see some glimpses from the friends list, as for example, with the Poul Due Jensen," he says, and adds:

"He takes some local important men. And it shows that he must show the flag and think that it must not be billionaires all together."

Even though the crown prince did a lot to tell about the security along the way, believe Søren Jakobsen, however, that there is reason for concern.

the crown prince is even elitejæger, and all of the participants were specially selected out from among other things, their skill as hunters.

"They are chosen with care, for the worst that could happen was if the crown prince had some friends who couldn't handle a jagtriffel. It is elitejagt, we're talking about here. They should be able to shoot," says Søren Jakobsen and adds:

"The animals, they are going to shoot, it is the animals that are moving. And there must be a very skilled riffelskytte to do it properly. They should be shot properly, so they get a good and quick death. You should not be out and look after the leave any wounded animals behind."

Frederick did, however, also a part off by saying that he hoped that everyone had an enjoyable day:

"hopefully It's an exciting and eventful day, where nature is in focus and shows itself as some of the most beautiful one can find. In each case, for a sjællænder it's great to be up here and see something very different. And fortunately, there is a lot of it over here. We are going to get a good day, I am convinced," said the crown prince, before the participants walked out on the hunt.

Updated Date: 30 November 2019, 09:00

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