Long Run Hounds
4701 S. Highway 1694,
Prospect, Kentucky 40059.
Hunt Attire: Emerald green collar. Evening–scarlet with black lapels and emerald green collar. MFHs: (1988) Edward S. Bonnie, 4701 S. Highway 1694, Prospect, KY 40059, Tel: 502-241-4647; (1991) Charles W. McLaughlin, 2455 Webb Rd., Simpsonville, KY 40067, Tel: 502-722-5660; (2001) Sally C. McLaughlin, 2455 Webb Rd., Simpsonville, KY 40067, Tel: 502-722-5660; (2005) Dinwiddie Lampton III, 4018 Halls Hill Rd., Crestwood, KY 40014-9524. Tel.: 502-241-0252. Hon. Sec.: Terri Roach, P.O. Box 555, Simpsonville, KY 40067-0555, Tel: 502-722-5731. Huntsman: Sally C. McLaughlin, jt.-MFH. Whippers-In: (hon) Sherra Kapfhammer, Paul J. Bickel III, John C. Edinger, Jane Caldwell, Joseph A. Caldwell. Kennelman: (Prof) Sharon Payton. Kennels: Simpsonville, Ky. Foxhounds: 24 couples Penn-Marydel. Hunting: Fox, coyote. Season: Late August–mid-March. Meet: Tuesdays and Saturdays. Visitors permitted to hunt–for details contact the Hon. Sec. Hounds went out 41 times last season.
The country in Shelby County is approximately 5 by 5 miles and is composed of rolling pasture with some cropland. It has patches of woods and wood lined creeks and is paneled with chicken coops and some post and rails. Additional country in Oldham County contains about 10,000 acres with Harrods Creek running through it. It is mainly open pastures and cropland with many wooded covers. The wood lined creek provides excellent cover for many coyotes. The country is paneled with chicken coops.