A HUNTING supporter has rallied friends for a second demonstration aimed at preserving the ancient sport.
Carla Smith, 23, of Skelmanthorpe, was joined by two friends at Grange Moor roundabout on Tuesday afternoon.
They carried placards with pro- hunting slogans.
The friends are protesting against the possibility of a hunting ban.
Carla said: "We staged the protest on Tuesday because it was an important day, as the issue was back in Parliament."
This was the second rally Carla has held.
Earlier this month, she staged a lone protest at Bretton roundabout, near the M1 motorway.
Carla said: " We are going to go all over Huddersfield bringing it to people's attention.
"I believe Tony Blair is just using the issue to win votes.
"To take the sport away is wrong. There are bigger issues for the Government to be tackling.
"If hunting is banned, I will lose my job because I am a groom for a hunt."
Carla used to be against hunting, but after learning more about it through equestrian studies at Huddersfield Technical College she has become a hunt supporter.
She began campaigning after her car was vandalised in Huddersfield - she believes it was because she had a pro-hunting sticker in the rear windscreen.
Carla went on her first hunt on Saturday with the Rockwood Harriers.
She said: "It was great. Nothing was killed. I decided I had to go before it gets banned."
On Tuesday, the Hunting Bill went before the House of Lords.
It has already been to the House of Commons, where MPs voted for a total ban on hunting with dogs.
Peers in the House of Lords voted 322 to 72 in favour of amending the bill by allowing some hunts to go ahead if they were licensed.
However, some peers fear that their vote could be overruled if the Government invokes the Parliament Act to ensure the ban becomes law.