3048 223rd Ln.
Clarinda, Iowa 51632.
Hunt Attire: Dark blue with white piping on black or scarlet. Evening–same. MFHs: (2001) Helmuth Dahlke, 14616 Edith Marie Ave., Omaha, NE 68112, Tel: 402-455-1425; (2001) Mary Lynn Forst, 3048 223rd Ln., Clarinda, IA 51632-5504, Tel: 712-542-4319. Hon. Sec.: Beth M. Schaben, 1151 Ute Ave., Dunlap, IA 51529-9739, Tel: 712-643-2370. Huntsmen: The MFHs. Whippers-In: Mary Lynn Forst, jt.-MFH, (hon) Rachel Dahlke. Kennelman: (Prof) Kris Cox. Kennels: Taylor County, Clarinda, Iowa. Foxhounds: 10 couples American, 12 couples Penn-Marydel, 4 couple Crossbred. Hunting: Coyote. Season: September–mid-May. Meet: Thursday and every other Saturday or Sunday, alternating with Wabash Hounds. Visitors permitted to hunt–for details contact Mary Lynn Forst, jt.-MFH. Hounds went out 35 times last season.
The country is approximately 6,000 to 8,000 acres in southwest Iowa. A beautiful area with vast amounts of grassland and wooded acres. Fordable streams and many ponds and small lakes. The country is well paneled with gates for non-jumpers. A fit, hardy horse is recommended.