Bifixtural, that is.
1. A person who subscribes to, regularly, or on a specific occasion hunts with, two separate packs of hounds. The form can be modified- quadrifixtural, omnifixtural, etc.
"I'm bifixtural today- Cheshire in the morning, Radnor in the afternoon."
[Origin: 2008; from:
1, bi- a combining form meaning “two,” used in the formation of compound words;
2, fixture- location of a meet scheduled by a mounted hunt.
First lexicographic publication by Staghounds.)
Report on the actual hunting tomorrow.