A female huntress accused of whipping a demonstrator died in a driving accident.
Jane Goring, also known as Jane Miller, was killed yesterday during a draghunt.
Confirming the 57-year-old's death, the Dragounds group of Mid Surrey Farmers published on Facebook: "We are very sorry to inform you that Jane Goring was tragically killed while dragging her to Leigh yesterday.
" On behalf of the masters and of the members of the drag hunting, we send our condolences and thoughts to the family of Richard and Jane in this terrible moment. "
Draghunting is a form of equestrian sport in which mounted riders hunt the traces of an artificially posed perfume with hounds
In a video that became viral last year, Ms. Goring, whose partner Richard Goring is part of the oldest family hotel in the United Kingdom, shouted "take off the horse" and lashed out at Herstmonceux, in East Sussex.
A second video to show Mr. Goring trying to restrain his 56-year-old companion while shouting: "Fottendo terroristi, fanculo."
To pay tribute to her on Facebook, a family member wrote: "Sleep tight Jane,  Friends and family paid tribute to Mrs Goring
He continued: "Thank you for everything and for making our grandfather so incredibly happy, something we will never forget And I will love you forever.
"We'll miss you so much – you're really one of the legends of life, with the best laugh I've ever heard.
" You were such a special woman and you left so many kisses in everyone's hearts. "
Richard, 79 years, he defended his actions after the first video emerged in November last year when he said he had attacked the man dressed in ski masks because he was scared.