Yeah, Sussex, Surrey and Kent are a bitch for antis.
Make sure you have a tetinus, rabies and hepatitus jab before hunting.
Ensure your horse is booted and don't jump anything no one else has jumped - some jumps are booby trapped.
And ask before you turn up with a camera or videocamera - as my secretary pointed out - unknowns with cameras are going to cause a stir within the hunt (which is why I had foresight to let her know that a videocamera was coming out with us!) - and some of the hunt supporters are on a level with the antis around there...
I have hunted in sussex and have never come across booby trapped fences!! Yeah we have anti's and they did used to cause a lot of trouble but particularly in the last 2 seasons we have had hardly any trouble with antis. so please don't be too predjudiced about hunting in sussex!
We have had antis out in the south east,but personally when ever i've been out and the antis have been there, there is only verbal abuse and occasionally they will try and stop hounds or block the way etc although saying that i have heard stories of worse things happening, but to be honest i think compared to what used to go on i think things have calmed down a bit!But the amniosity(sp) is still there(obviously) Of course i cant say for every hunt in the south east.