A huntswoman facing prosecution for whipping a protester has died in a riding accident.
Jane Goring, also known as Jane Miller, was killed during a draghunt yesterday, it has emerged.
Confirming the 57-year-old's death, the Mid Surrey Farmers' Draghounds group posted on Facebook: "We were very regret to inform you that Jane Goring was tragically killed while out dragging yesterday at Leigh.
"On behalf of the masters and members of the drag hunt, we send our condolences and thoughts to Richard and Jane's family at this awful time."
Anglers' game is a form of equestrian sport where riders hunt the trail of an artificially laid scent with hounds.
Mrs Goring, whose partner Richard Goring is a member of the UK's oldest family hotel dynasty, screamed "get off my horse" and lashed out at the hunt in Herstmonceux, East Sussex.
A second video to show Mr. Goring trying to restrain his 56-year-old partner as she screamed: "F *** ing terrorists, f ** k off."
One family member wrote: "Sleep tight Jane, we will never ever forget you."
She continued: "Thank you for everything and for making our grandpa so incredibly happy, something we will never forget and always love you for.
"We will miss you so much – you have been one of life's legends, with the bestest laugh.
"You were such a special lady and have many kisses on everyone's hearts."
Richard, 79, defended her actions after the first video was released in November last year when she was attacked by the balaclava-clad man because she was scared.
She was scared, she was scared, she was surrounded by terrorists, "he said.
The police will be prosecuted with the prosecution, the Daily Mail reports.
She denied beating animal rights campaigner Simon Medhurst, who was a member of the South Coast Hunt Saboteurs.
She also denied assaulting Shirley Makin, a member of the same group.