Hubertusjagt, or Hubertus hunt, is a hunt on horseback that take place every autumn, the first sunday in November in Dyrehaven, North of Copenhagen. It is named after the patron saint Hubertus. Hubertus hunt is the continuation of the old hunting with fox hounds. Today the fox has been replaced by two riders with fox tails attached to their shoulder. It has over the years become an attraction and thousands of Danes spend the sunday watching the hunt.