The alleged offences are said to have been committed at Weeton, North Yorkshire during a meet of the Badsworth and Bramham Moor Hunt.
Clair Bellamy of the Lauderdale Hunt was charged last year for alleged breaches to fox hunting rules.
Police in Northamptonshire are trying to trace them in connection with a suspected hare hunting incident.
The five people were first arrested in two years ago on suspicion of animal cruelty at the hunt’s kennels in Wormelow.
Stuart Harrison, huntsman of the Claro Beagles, appeared before Harrogate Magistrates Court on 3rd May 2018, charged with hunting of a hare.
George Grant (57), the hunt’s terrier man, and his 25-year-old son Thomas Grant, pleaded guilty to charges of grievous bodily harm.
Retired huntsman George Adams (66) was convicted of using hounds to kill the fox on January 1 2016.
Nigel Smith was filmed going to retrieve the fox – carrying a net and a bag – on the day the Belvoir Hunt were due to meet nearby.
West Yorkshire Police are investigating alleged badger sett blocking during a meet of the Badsworth and Bramham Moor Hunt..
Chris Makin is the managing director of Makin Enterprises which owns Leeds East Airport at Church Fenton.
Hunt terrierman Darren Leslie Fisher, 30, from Castleford, West Yorkshire, was jailed for 23 months in total.
Footage has emerged of Hutley, joint master of the Surrey Union Hunt, allegedly brandishing a whip at a protester while out riding in Surrey.
The attack happened while the saboteurs were monitoting the Badsworth and Bramham Moor Hunt close to Church Fenton.
A petition seeking to remove the Chairman of Kent Wildlife Trust has hit 4,500 signatures since its launch on June 17.
Tory MP Mark Spencer and Michael Gove, the newly appointed secretary of state at Defra, attended a meeting of farmers including a convicted terrierman.
Two huntsmen from the Scottish Borders have been found guilty of breaching fox-hunting law.
Benjamin Richard Doggrell pleaded guilty to racially abusing a man during the Royal Bath and West Show.
Terrierman Will Haines admitted deliberately driving his quad bike into hunt saboteurs.
The Essex Farmers and Union Hunt were ordered to pay Mr Grimes £31,500 in damages and £100,000 towards his lawyers’ bills.
The Countryside Alliance has lost its appeal against a pigeon fancier being awarded damages for the alleged slaughter of his birds by hunting dogs.