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Recognized Hunts

Longacre Hunt
25503 Huffsmith Cemetary Rd.,
Tomball, Texas 77375.
Established 1994.
Registered 1995.
Recognized 1998.
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Longacre Hunt
25503 Huffsmith Cemetary Rd.,
Tomball, Texas 77375.
Established 1994.
Registered 1995.
Recognized 1998.

HUNT ATTIRE: Scarlet, forest green collar with tan piping. Field—navy blue with green collar and tan piping. Evening—Same. MFHs: (2000) Sam Judge, 2229 Del Monte Dr., Houston, TX 77019, Tel.: 713-522-3166; (2001) Susan McLain, P.O. Box 45, Flynn, TX 77855, Tel.: 936-396-6495; (2006) John DeLeyer, 25503 Huffsmith Cemetary Rd., Tomball, TX 77375, Tel.: 281-351-1361. HON. SEC.: Gina Sanderson, 23914 Northcrest Dr., Spring, TX 77389, Tel.: 281-251-8609. HUNTSMAN: (hon) Emily Dewing. WHIPPERS-IN: (hon) Andre deLeyer; (hon) Ann Sanchez; (hon) Pete Sanchez; (hon) Tammy Wincott. KENNELS: Tomball, Texas, Harris County. FOXHOUNDS: 13 Crossbred couples. HUNTING: Drag, Fox, Coyote. SEASON: Mid-September—late March. MEET: Saturdays/Sundays (alternating) Visitors permitted to hunt—for details contact the MFHs. Hounds went out 16 times last season.
The country is rolling hills, open pastures with 20 to 120 acre wooded tracts. Ample trails throughout, jumps not to exceed 3’6″. Located in Leon County, Texas between Houston and Dallas.


Longreen Foxhounds
158 Mills St.,
Collierville, Tennessee 38017.
Established 1957.
Registered 1961.
Recognized 1962.

HUNT ATTIRE: Scarlet with green collar. Evening—Same. MFHs: (2003) Allen Mueller, 158 Mills St., Collierville, TN 38017, Tel.: 901-853-0196; (2003) Susan Walker, 7401 Poplar Pike, Germantown, TN 38138, Tel.: 901-754-1172; (2007) Rebecca H. Billard, 259 Hopkins Rd., Pulaski, TN 38478, Tel.: 931-638-9301. HON. SEC.: Susan Walker, jt.-MFH, 7401 Poplar Pike, Germantown, TN 38138, Tel.: 901-754-1172. HUNTSMAN: Susan Walker, jt.-MFH. WHIPPERS-IN: (hon) Edward Apple; (hon) Ewing Carruthers III; (hon) David Deeken; (hon) Mark E. Harris; (hon) Cate Kennedy; (hon) Rose Marie Lawson; (hon) Trey Lawson; (hon) Lynne Ribnick; (hon) Selina Ribnick; (hon) Katie Sullivan. KENNELMAN: (prof) Jaeger Zuck. KENNELS: Longreen Farm, Rossville, Tenn. FOXHOUNDS: 14 Penn-Marydel couples. HUNTING: Fox, Coyote. SEASON: October—mid- March. MEET: Saturdays and a weekday. Visitors welcome to hunt—for details contact Susan Walker, jt.-MFH. Hounds went out 31 times last season.
The country in New Albany, Miss. (Hell Creek Wildlife Management Area) is approximately 6,000 with open cropland and thinned pines with thick wooded coverts. Clarksdale: 4,000 acres open delta with wooded coverts—mostly coyotes in this area. Glendora: 8000 acres open delta with bayou ditches and wooded coverts. No crossfencing, coyote and fox with rare bobcat. Cold-nosed Penn-Marydels provide sport for all ranges of riders and horses, jumping and non-jumping. The 8 by 18 miles in south Fayette County is no longer huntable due to the development of subdivisions. Currently working on opening new territory in area.


Los Altos Hounds
P.O. Box 620456,
Woodside, California 94062.
Established 1952.
Registered 1959.
Recognized 1960.

HUNT ATTIRE: Scarlet, midnight blue collar, green piping. Evening—Scarlet, scarlet facings, midnight blue collar and green piping. MFHs: (1999) Keith Baxter, 550 Hudson Ln., Aptos, CA 95003, Tel.: 831-662-8963; (1999) Melinda M. Baxter, 550 Hudson Ln., Aptos, CA 95003, Tel.: 831-662-8963; (2006) Jef Graham, 13 Arastradero Rd., Portola Valley, CA 94028, Tel.: 650-465-8900; (2006) Katie Graham, 13 Arastradero Rd., Portola Valley, CA 94028, Tel.: 650-233-1740. HON. SECS.: Hon. & Mrs. Gilbert Brown, 2855 Day Rd., Gilroy, CA 95020, Tel.: 408-842-3398. HUNTSMAN: (prof) Matthew Cook. WHIPPERS-IN: (hon) Ryan Brown; (hon) Wesley Martin; (hon) Jennifer Overbey; (hon) Wendell Williams. KENNELS: Santa Clara County, California. FOXHOUNDS: 1⁄2 American couple, 13 1⁄2 English couples, 20 Crossbred couples. HUNTING: Drag, Coyote, Boar. SEASON: Late-October—March. MEET: Wednesdays, Saturdays or Sundays. Visitors permitted to hunt—for details contact the Hon. Sec. Hounds went out 32 times last season.
The country is located throughout northern California. San Mateo County—2,000 acres; San Benito/Monterey County—6,000 and 17,000 acres; Sierra Foothills—6,000 and 8,000 acres; Marin County—4,500 acres and Kern County—10,000 acres. All country is open, rolling cattle or dairy land with some steep slopes. Most panels are three foot coops. Additional country lies in Yerington, Nev.


Loudoun Hunt
P.O. Box 224,
Leesburg, Virginia 20178.
Established 1894.
Recognized 1905.

HUNT ATTIRE: Scarlet, black velvet collar. Evening—Same. MFHs: (1994) Charles H. C. Wight, 40415 Thomas Mill Rd., Leesburg, VA 20175, Tel.: 703-777-8480; (2003) A.K. Shreve Jr., 40296 Thomas Mill Rd., Leesburg, VA 20175-9004, Tel.: 703-777-3204. HON. SEC.: Liam DeStanley, 18039 Dry Mill Rd., Leesburg, VA 20175, Tel.: 703-777-8341. HUNTSMAN: (prof) Noel Ryan. WHIPPERS-IN: (hon) Suzanne Dale; (hon) Beth DeStanley; (hon) Perri Wight Green; (hon) Ryan Johnsey; (hon) A. K. Shreve III. KENNELS: Leesburg, Va. FOXHOUNDS: 17 American couples, 1⁄2 Crossbred couple. HUNTING: Fox. SEASON: Mid-August—March. MEET: Wednesdays, Saturdays, holidays and occasional bye days. Visitors permitted to hunt—for details contact the Hon. Sec. Hounds went out 43 times last season.
The country is approximately 25 by 18 miles. Agricultural, with much development, fenced with coops, barways, post and rails, stone walls and board fences. The second of Loudoun’s two packs adopted the name, “Loudoun West”, in 1994. It was recognized administratively as a separate pack in 1995.


Loudoun West Hunt
18055 Harmony Church Rd.,
Hamilton, Virginia 20158.
Established 1894.
Recognized 1905.

HUNT ATTIRE: Scarlet, black velvet collar. Evening—Same. MFHs: (1962) Joseph M. Rogers, Hillbrook Farm, 18055 Harmony Church Rd., Hamilton, VA 20158, Tel.: 540-338-4031; (1994) James T. Gable, 39690 Gable Farm Ln., Hamilton, VA 20158, Tel.: 540-338-2218; (2007) Donna T. Rogers, 18055 Harmony Church Rd., Hamilton, VA 20158. HON. SEC.: Gretchen Kuney, 17455 Dry Mill Rd., Leesburg, VA 20175, Tel.: 540-338-1420. HUNTSMAN: (prof) Martyn Blackmore. WHIPPERS-IN: Donna T. Rogers, jt.-MFH; (hon) Sue Blackmore; (hon) Carroll A Johnston. KENNELS: Hamilton, Va. FOXHOUNDS: 10 English couples, 14 Crossbred couples. HUNTING: Fox. SEASON: September—March. MEET: Wednesdays, Fridays, and Sundays. Visitors permitted to hunt—for details contact the Hon. Sec. or Joseph M. Rogers, jt.-MFH. Hounds went out 55 times last season.
The country is approximately 25 by 18 miles. Agricultural, with some development, fenced with
coops, barways, post and rails, stone walls and board fences. The second of Loudoun’s two packs adopted the name, “Loudoun West”, in 1994. It was recognized administratively as a separate pack in 1995. Incorporated separately in 2008 as Loudoun Hunt West.


Lowcountry Hunt
1932 Hendersonville Hwy.,
Walterboro, South Carolina 29488.
Established 2006.
Registered 2007.

HUNT ATTIRE:
Scarlet, Indigo Blue collar with Carolina Rice Gold piping. Evening—Same. MFHs: (2007) Mark O. Shambley, 2578 Marsh Creek Dr., Charleston, SC 29414, Tel.: 843-571-1934; (2007) Melinda Shambley, 2578 Marsh Creek Dr., Charleston, SC 29414, Tel.: 843-571-1934; (2007) Nina Sledge Burke, Ravenwood Plantation, 8058 Charleston Hwy., Walterboro, SC 29488, Tel.: 843-893-2006. HON. SEC.: Contact the MFHs. HUNTSMAN: (hon) Anthony Gibbs. WHIPPERS-IN: (hon) Stephan Barnes; (hon) Christopher Brown; (hon) Lea Huggins; (hon) Acasia Lohman; (hon) Shanna Mauldin; (hon) G. Simms McDowell; (hon) Anne G. Shue; (hon) Charlie Williams; (hon) Cindy Wilson. KENNELS: Jacksonboro, Colleton County, S.C. FOXHOUNDS: 5 American couples, 10 Crossbred couples. HUNTING: Drag, Fox, Coyote, Bobcat. SEASON: Mid-November—mid-March. MEET: Tuesdays and Saturdays or Sundays. Visitors permitted to hunt—for details contact the MFHs. Capping limited to three hunts. Hounds went out 37 times last season.
The country consists of non-contiguous plantations where the Hunt meets by invitation in the South Carolina lowcountry counties of Culleton, Beaufort, Jasper, and Hampton. The terrain is sandy with
flat, open fields, woodlands and swamps. The plantations range in size from 1,000 to 23,000 acres.
Panels include aikens, logs, ditches and other natural obstacles; none exceed 3′ and most are optional. Any safe, sane and sound horse is suitable.


Magnolia Waynesburg Hunt
10372 Morges Dr.,
Waynesburg, Ohio 44688.
Registered 2006.

HUNT ATTIRE: Gray with blue piping. Evening—Scarlet. MFHs: (2006) John Whitacre Jr., 3214 Croydon Dr. NW, Canton, OH 44718-3218, Tel.: 330-493-4514; (2007) John A. Fike, 8418 Arlington Ave. NW, North Canton, OH 44720. HON. SEC.: Nancy Bedillion, Styx Valley Farm, 2520 Blake Rd., Wadsworth, OH 44281, Tel.: 330-334-7403. HUNTSMAN: (prof) Michael Potter. WHIPPERS-IN: (prof) Elaine Potter; (hon) Linda Hamill; (hon) Barbara Metzger. KENNELS: Waynesburg, Ohio. FOXHOUNDS: 1⁄2 American couple, 1⁄2 Penn-Marydel couple, 18 Crossbred couples. HUNTING: Fox, Coyote. SEASON: Late August—mid-April. MEET: Wednesdays and Saturdays. Visitors permitted to hunt—for details contact the Hon. Sec. Hounds went out 40 times last season.
The country is 32 square miles from Magnolia, Ohio east to Lake Mohawk. Jumps are 3’6″ or less.


Marlborough Hunt
P.O. Box 1250,
Upper Marlboro, Maryland
20773.
Established 1936.
Recognized 1949.

HUNT ATTIRE: Scarlet, dubonnet collar with white piping. Evening—Same. MFHs: (1990) Katherine Kelly Cawood, 4994 Sudley Rd., West River, MD 20778, Tel.: 410-867-2816; (2000) Christine F. Clagett, Larking Hill, 4029 Solomons Island Rd., Harwood, MD 20776, Tel.: 410-798-5040; (2000) Patricia C. Sasscer, P.O. Box 6, Upper Marlboro, MD 20773, Tel.: 301-627-3594. HON. SEC.: Claire Simpson-Jones, 3300 Old Point Rd., Edgewater, MD 21037, Tel.: 410-798-5051. HUNTSMAN: (prof) James E. Faber, ex-MFH. WHIPPERS-IN: (hon) E. Stewart Chaney; (hon) Mary Margaret Chaney; (hon) Jason Cole; (hon) Christine Ann Faber; (hon) Frances Hill Myers; (hon) John M. Myers; (hon) Barbara G. Smith; (hon) Valerie Vizcarrondo. KENNELS: Upper Marlboro, Prince George’s County, Md. FOXHOUNDS: 35 Penn-Marydel couples. HUNTING: Fox. SEASON: Mid-October—mid-March. MEET: Wednesdays, Sundays and occasional bye days. Visitors permitted to hunt by invitation of the MFHs and execution of Agreement for Release and Waiver of Liability Form. Hounds went out 49 times last season.
The country includes parkland, farmland and large wooded coverts in southern Anne Arundel and Prince George’s counties. It is panelled with coops, telephone pole jumps and natural obstacles. A sensible, handy, bold horse is preferred.


Mecklenburg Hounds
7606 Sims Rd.,
Waxhaw, North Carolina 28173.
Established 1956.
Recognized 1966.

HUNT ATTIRE: Scarlet, Carolina blue collar. Evening—Scarlet, Carolina blue collar and lapels. MFHs: (2003) Jeanine DeVaney, 7606 Sims Rd., Waxhaw, NC 28173, Tel.: 704-843-7778; (2003) Jay Dee Thomas, 9708 Deer Run Rd., Waxhaw, NC 28173-7692, Tel.: 704-243-0353. HON. SEC.: Debra Hayes, 4418 Hartis Grove Church Rd., Indian Trail, NC 28079, Tel.: 704-821-3235. HUNTSMAN: (prof) Doug Russell. WHIPPERS-IN: Jay Dee Thomas, jt.-MFH; (hon) Sherry Cantrell; (hon) Dominique Morrison; (hon) Maria Watson Stine; (hon) Wendy Watson; (hon) Robin Woschkolup. KENNELS: Waxhaw, N.C. FOXHOUNDS: 4 American couples, 2 Penn-Marydel couples, 15 Crossbred couples. HUNTING: Fox, Coyote. SEASON: September—March. MEET: Saturdays and every other Wednesday. Visitors permitted to hunt—they may pay capping at MFHs’ invitation. Hounds went out 31 times last season.
The country consists of 4 square miles of gently rolling country on the North Carolina/South Carolina border in rural Union County, N.C. Primarily grassland; numerous coops; two winding rocky creeks and several small watercourses. Horses should be handy, fit and shod all around.

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Mells Fox Hounds
900 Hwy. 64,
Frankewing,Tennessee 38459.
Established 1964.
Registered 1983.
Recognized 1987.

HUNT ATTIRE: Scarlet with dark brown collar and gold piping. Evening—Brown collar, gold piping with gold facings. MFHs: (1995) Vannah Husband, 404 Echols Ave, Huntsville, AL 35801, Tel.: 256-534-3196; (1999) Joy D. McCormick, 900 US Hwy. 64E, Frankewing, TN 38459, Tel.: 931-424-6234. HON. SEC.: Joy D. McCormick, MFH, 900 U.S. Hwy. 64E, Frankewing, TN 38459, Tel.: 931-424-6234. HUNTSMAN: Joy D. McCormick, jt.-MFH. WHIPPERS-IN: Vannah Husband, jt.-MFH; (hon) Daniel Beatty; (hon) Lisa Cowley; (hon) Dusten S. Harris; (hon) Floyd D. Husband. KENNELS: Pulaski, Tenn. FOXHOUNDS: 1 English couple, 24 Crossbred couples. HUNTING: Fox, Coyote, Bobcat. SEASON: Mid-August—mid-April. MEET: Wednesdays, Saturdays and some bye days. Visitors permitted to hunt—for details contact Joy D. McCormick, jt.-MFH. Hounds went out 60 times last season.
The country is located in Giles County near the town of Waco. Approximately 20 square miles with rolling to hilly country made up of pasture and woodlands. The country is extensively paneled with coops and post and rails. A fit, strong mount able to gallop up and down considerable hills is recommended. A second flight is available for those who do not wish to jump.


Metamora Hunt
P.O. Box 263,
Metamora, Michigan 48455.
Established 1928.
Recognized 1930.

HUNT ATTIRE: Scarlet for men, black for women. Royal blue collar with Robin’s egg blue piping. Evening—Royal blue collar, Robin’s egg blue lapel. MFHs: (2000) Joseph C. Kent, 5195 Hosner Rd., Oxford, MI 48370-1003, Tel.: 248-628-2065; (2007) Joseph Maday, 5520 Metamora Rd., Metamora, MI 48455, Tel.: 248-628-7203. HON. SEC.: Rebecca Rea, P.O. Box 130, North St., MI 48049, Tel.: 586-716-5900. HUNTSMAN: (prof) Patricia Pearce. WHIPPERS-IN: (hon) Gay P. Kent; (hon) Lisa Kingsley; (hon) Phillip Maxwell; (hon) Gail Plunkett. KENNELMAN: (prof) Gene Lasher. KENNELS: Metamora, Mich. FOXHOUNDS: 1 American couple, 1 1⁄2 English couples, 21 Crossbred couples. HUNTING: Fox, Coyote. SEASON: August—March. MEET: Wednesdays and Saturdays. Visitors permitted to hunt—for details contact the MFHs. Hounds went out 44 times last season.
The country is about 9 by 12 miles, rolling and hilly grass and woodland with some plow. Jumps are stone walls, panels, post and rails and chicken coops. The country is in northern Oakland and southern Lapeer counties.


Miami Valley Hunt
945 W. Dayton Yellow Springs Rd.,
Fairborn, Ohio 45324.
Established 1960.
Recognized 1966.

HUNT ATTIRE: Scarlet, old gold collar with hunter green piping. Evening—Same, with hunter green facings. MFHs: (1960) Mrs. Jack H. Heck, 1221 Oakwood Ave., Dayton, OH 45419, Tel.: 937-293-0663; (1995) Lt. Col. (Ret.) Carolyn Uecker, 945 Dayton-Yellow Springs Rd., Fairborn, OH 45324, Tel.: 937-318-7393; (1998) Mrs. Erik Koik, Thornhill Farm, 513 N. Ludlow Rd., Urbana, OH 43078-9722, Tel.: 937-653-3903; (2006) James R. Stainbrook, 440 N. Old State Rd., Deleware, OH 43015-9644, Tel.: 740-363-9530. HON. SEC.: Lt. Col. (Ret.) Carolyn Uecker, jt.-MFH, 945 Dayton-Yellow Springs Rd., Fairborn, OH 45324, Tel.: 937-318-7393. HUNTSMAN: Mrs. Erik Koik, jt.-MFH. WHIPPERS-IN: James R. Stainbrook, jt.-MFH; (hon) Pamela M. Grusz; (hon) Lt. Col. (Ret.) Michael Uecker. KENNELMAN: (prof) Samantha Terry. KENNELS: Thornhill Farm, Urbana, Ohio. FOXHOUNDS: 15 Crossbred couples. HUNTING: Fox, Coyote. SEASON: Early September—late March. MEET: Wednesdays and Saturdays or Sundays. Visitors permitted to hunt—for details contact the Hon. Sec. or MFHs. Hounds went out 32 times last season.
The country in SW and central Ohio includes several 1,350-2,000 acre parcels of woods, meadows, flat agricultural fields, and rolling hills dotted with the occa-sional streams, coops and natural fences.


Middlebrook Hounds
1525 Dutch Hollow Rd.,
Middlebrook, Virginia 24459.
Established 1930.
Recognized 1935.

HUNT ATTIRE: Scarlet, Yale blue collar. Evening—Same. MFHs: (1987) Frederick Getty, 1525 Dutch Hollow Rd., Middlebrook, VA 24459, Tel.: 540-886-6817; (1993) Margaret Case, 295 Anderson School Ln., Staunton, VA 24401, Tel.: 540-886-1870. HON. SEC.: Frederick Getty, jt.-MFH, 1525 Dutch Hollow Rd., Middlebrook, VA 24459, Tel.: 540-886-6817. HUNTSMAN: Frederick Getty, jt.-MFH. WHIPPERS-IN: (hon) Fredrick J. Getty Jr.; (hon) Mary Ann Getty; (hon) J. Alex Sproul. KENNELMAN: (prof) C. Fitzgerald. KENNELS: Middlebrook, Va. FOXHOUNDS: 28 Penn-Marydel couples. HUNTING: Fox. SEASON: Mid-August—March. MEET: Wednesdays, Saturdays and some Mondays. Visitors permitted to hunt—for details contact the MFHs. Hounds went out 44 times last season.
The country is 8 by 20 miles of rolling to steep hilly country with pastures and woods. Fences are coops, post and rails and telephone poles. Land extends from the middle of Augusta County to Route 64 to the middle of Rockbridge County. Hunt reorganized and recognized in 1995.


Middleburg Hunt
P.O. Box 1025,
Middleburg, Virginia 20118.
Established 1906.
Recognized 1908.

HUNT ATTIRE: Scarlet, apple green collar. Evening—Scarlet with scarlet velvet collar, apple green facings. MFHs: (1991) Jeffrey M. Blue, P.O. Box 2030, Middleburg, VA 20118, Tel.: 540-687-5446; (1994) Mrs. John Denegre, Foxstone Farm, 22277 Foxstone Farm Ln., Middleburg, VA 20117, Tel.: 540-687-6069. HON. SEC.: Jeffrey M. Blue, jt.-MFH, P.O. Box 2030, Middleburg, VA 20118, Tel.: 540-687-5446. HUNTSMAN: (prof) John R. Tabachka. WHIPPERS-IN: (hon) Paul G. Adams III; (hon) Carey Shefte. KENNELMAN: (prof) Fred Duncan. KENNELS: Middleburg, Va. FOXHOUNDS: 451⁄2 American couples. HUNTING: Fox. SEASON: November—March. MEET: Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays. Visitors permitted to hunt—for details contact the MFHs. Hounds went out 70 times last season.
The country is approximately 10 by 15 miles, three-fourths of which is grazing and one-fourth grain-growing. Most of The country is rolling, fenced with stone walls and, where necessary, panelling is extensive.


Middleton Place Hounds
53 Laurens St.,
Charleston, South Carolina 29401.
Established 1973.
Recognized 1977.

HUNT ATTIRE: Scarlet, Charleston green collar with light gray piping. Evening—Same. MFHs: (2003) Kathleen R. Wall, 53 Laurens St., Charleston, SC 29401, Tel.: 843-577-5834; (2006) Maggie McCoy, 2930 Plowground Rd., Johns Island, SC 29455-4402, Tel.: 843-559-1957; (2007) D. Franklin Haygood, 334 East Bay St. #160, Charleston, SC 29401, Tel.: 843-722-4850. HON. SEC.: Nancy C. Lundquist, 612 W. Richardson Ave., Summerville, SC 29483. HUNTSMAN: (prof) Jamie Green. WHIPPERS-IN: Kathleen R. Wall, jt.-MFH; (hon) Andrea Leeven; (hon) Nancy C. Lundquist; (hon) Eileen McGuffie. KENNELS: Middleton Place, Charleston, S.C. FOXHOUNDS: 7 Crossbred couples. HUNTING: Drag. SEASON: Late November—mid-March. MEET: Sundays and Thursdays. Visitors permitted to hunt—for details contact the Hon. Sec. or www.MiddletonPlaceHounds.com. Hounds went out 31 times last season.
The country is approximately 3 by 6 miles and has 35 miles of sandy roads, trails and drag lines through pine and mixed hardwood forest. Extensively paneled, mostly with aikens, some timber and coops. Also hunt other plantations in Charleston area.


Midland Fox Hounds
P.O. Box 1360,
Columbus, Georgia 31902.
Established 1950.
Recognized 1961.

HUNT ATTIRE: Scarlet, Infantry blue collar. Evening—Same. MFHs: (1950) Benjamin H. Hardaway III, P.O. Box 1360, Columbus, GA 31902, Tel.: 706-561-5919; (1989) Mason H. Lampton, P.O. Box 1360, Columbus, GA 31902, Tel.: 706-568-3193; (1999) John F. Flournoy, P.O. Box 6566, Columbus, GA 31917-6566, Tel.: 706-561-4046; (1999) George F. Seier, 1519 County Rd. 10, Prattville, AL 36067-7207, Tel.: 334-365-5362; (2004) Mason Hardaway Lampton, P.O. Box 1360, Columbus, GA 31902-1360, Tel.: 706-561-3948. HON. SEC.: Christy R. Stapleman, P.O. Box 1360, Columbus, GA 31902-1360, Tel.: 706-322-3274. HUNTSMEN: Mason H. Lampton, jt.-MFH; (prof) Neil Amatt. WHIPPERS-IN: (prof) Robert Miller; (prof) Boo Shepard; (hon) Andrew G. Callaway, DVM; (hon) David Lemieux. KENNELMAN: (prof) Trent Roberts. KENNELS: Midland, Ga. FOXHOUNDS: 1⁄2 English couple, 66 Crossbred couples. HUNTING: Fox, Coyote, Bobcat. SEASON: September—March. MEET: Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays. Visitors permitted to hunt—for details contact the Hon. Sec. Hounds went out 95 times last season.
The country Midland—25 square miles, mostly wooded with some grass fields. Good 3⁄4-bred horse except when on coyote then Thoroughbred. Fitzpatrick, Ala.—80 square miles, mostly grass pastures, some woods, all country panelled with chicken coops, Thoroughbred horse. Geneva—sandy soil, pine tree plantation with streams, chicken coops for jumps, approximately 10 square miles. Corinth—farmland and forests, 10 square miles.


Mill Creek Hunt
P.O. Box 1306,
Des Plaines, Illinois 60017-1306.
Established 1920.
Recognized 1949.

HUNT ATTIRE: Scarlet, blue collar with gold piping. Evening—Scarlet, blue collar with blue satin or silk facings. MFHs: (2005) John K. Larson, P.O. Box 1306, Des Plaines, IL 60017-1306, Tel.: 815-648-1415; (2006) Roger A. Lane, 14695 W. Woods Lane, Mettawa, IL 60048, Tel.: 847-549-6718; (2007) Keith Gray, 14540 W. Old School Rd., Mettawa, IL 60048, Tel.: 847-362-5734. HON. SEC.: Kass F. Sigal, 2180 Wilmot Rd., Bannockburn, IL 60015, Tel.: 847-940-1843. HUNTSMAN: (prof) Brenda T. Yost. WHIPPERS-IN: Keith Gray, jt.-MFH; (hon) Patricia Harding; (hon) Christine Lane. KENNELS: Old Mill Creek, Ill. FOXHOUNDS: 10 English couples, 13 Crossbred couples. HUNTING: Fox, Coyote. SEASON: August—November. MEET: Wednesdays and Sundays. Visitors permitted to hunt—for details contact an MFH or the Hon. Sec. Hounds went out 42 times last season.
The country is approximately 10 square miles, well-wooded, flat and gently rolling farmland. Jumps are mostly chicken coops, split rails and board fences. Numerous creeks divide the various sections.


Millbrook Hunt
P.O. Box 1031,
Millbrook, New York 12545.
Established 1907.
Recognized 1909.

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HUNT ATTIRE: Scarlet, black collar with green piping. Evening—Scarlet, with black velvet collar, green facings. MFHs: (1978) Farnham F. Collins, 56 Skyward Ln., Millbrook, NY 12545, Tel.: 845-677-3822; (1995) Richard Verrilli, 375 Mabbetsville Rd., Millbrook, NY 12545, Tel.: 845-677-9689; (1996) Mrs. William W. Stahl Jr., P.O. Box 1031, Millbrook, NY 12545, Tel.: 845-677-8006; (2001) David R. Hathaway, Far View Farm, 889 Tower Hill Rd., Millbrook, NY 12545, Tel.: 845-677-9216. HON. SEC.: Mrs. John P. Ike III, 252 Killearn Rd, Millbrook, NY 12545, Tel.: 845-677-5866. HUNTSMAN: (prof) Donald Philhower. WHIPPERS-IN: (prof) Semayer Booli; (prof) Carol Philhower; (hon) John P. Ike III; (hon) Mrs. Richard A. Kimball Jr. KENNELS: Millbrook, New York (Dutchess County). FOXHOUNDS: 14 American couples, 15 Penn-Marydel couples, 8 Crossbred couples. HUNTING: Fox, Coyote. SEASON: Mid-August—February. MEET: Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays. Visitors permitted to hunt—for details contact the Hon. Sec. Hounds went out 62 times last season.
The country is approximately 10 by 23 miles. A grass country, with some woodland and little plow. Fences are of timber, composed of post and rails and stone walls with riders.


Mission Valley Hunt
6531 Wenonga Rd.,
Shawnee Mission, Kansas 66208-1764.
Established 1927.
Recognized 1930.

HUNT ATTIRE: Scarlet, navy blue collar, canary yellow piping. Evening—Same, with scarlet satin lapels. MFHs: (1986) William Stueck, 6701 West 167th St., Stilwell, KS 66085, Tel.: 913-897-4100; (2007) Sandra Longan, 5460 W. 175th St, Stilwell, KS 66085, Tel.: 913-897-3508; (2007) Jill Turner, 6531 Wenonga Rd, Shawnee Mission, KS 66208-1764, Tel.: 913-362-8448. HON. SEC.: Connie Marshall, P.O. Box 323, Louisburg, KS 66053, Tel.: 913-557-9428. HUNTSMAN: (prof) Thomas H. Jackson, MFH. WHIPPERS-IN: (hon) Jeannie Barker; (hon) Christine A. Bondank; (hon) Louise Bosley; (hon) Steven Thomas; (hon) Margaret Whitaker. KENNELS: Louisburg, Miami County, Kan. FOXHOUNDS: 22 Crossbred couples. HUNTING: Fox, Coyote. SEASON: Mid-September—early April. MEET: Wednesdays, alternating Saturdays and Sundays. Visitors permitted to hunt—for details contact the Hon. Sec. Hounds went out 58 times last season.
The country is in three sections. The Stilwell area occupies 2 by 3 miles and is partially wooded; jumps are post and rails and coops. The Miami County area is 15 by 15 miles and has rolling hills and medium sized coverts; jumps are coops and rails. The Cass County area occupies 4 by 5 miles and is mostly cropland with some woods and medium sized coverts; jumps are coops and rails.


Misty Morning Hounds
9243 SE CR 2082,
Gainesville, Florida 32641.
Established 1995.
Registered 1997.
Recognized 1999.

HUNT ATTIRE: Scarlet for staff only. No scarlet in the field. Dusty teal collar. Evening—Scarlet for gentlemen with colors. MFHs: (1997) Walter S. Macaulay, 9243 SE CR 2082, Gainesville, FL 32641, Tel.: 352-375-0800; (1997) Alexis L. Macaulay, 9243 SE CR 2082, Gainesville, FL 32641, Tel.: 352-375-0800. HON. SEC.: Dianne Cotter, 17450 NW CR 239, Alachua, FL 32615, Tel.: 386-462-7952. HUNTSMAN: Alexis L. Macaulay, jt.-MFH. WHIPPERS-IN: (hon) Robert S. Ellis; (hon) Mallory Robertson; (hon) Patti Rozensky. KENNELMAN: (prof) Ronnie Joiner. KENNELS: Gainesville, Fla. FOXHOUNDS: 17 1⁄2 American couples. HUNTING: Drag. SEASON: October—mid-March. MEET: Wednesdays and Saturdays. Visitors permitted to hunt—for details contact the MFHs. Hounds went out 38 times last season.
The country consists of 36,500 acres in Alachua County, 17,000 acres in Clay County, 9,600 acres in Marion County, 26,000 acres in Putnam and Volusia counties, 675 acres in Levy County and 1,600 acres in Lake County. Dense Florida woodlands and swamp with lots of water. Private farms sport large open fields divided by woodland coverts and an abundance of jumps. Jumps are coops, fallen trees, post and rails and other natural obstacles. Ways around all jumps.


Misty River Hounds
1369 Madison 1335,
Huntsville, Arkansas 72740.
Established 1989.
Registered 1991.
Recognized 1992.

HUNT ATTIRE: Black, gray collar. Staff— Scarlet, gray collar. Evening—Scarlet, grey collar facings. MFH: (1991) Dina Del Guercio, 1369 Madison 1335, Huntsville, AR 72740, Tel.: 479-559-2904. HON. SEC.: Alice Jernigan, 12599 Kenneth Price Rd, Springdale, AR 72762, Tel.: 479-248-7928. HUNTSMAN: The MFH. WHIPPERS-IN: (hon) Cooper Corley; (hon) Sandy Hamm Martini; (hon) Almeda Perry. KENNELMAN: (prof) Mario Ariza. KENNELS: Madison County, Ark. FOXHOUNDS: 15 Crossbred couples. HUNTING: Fox, Coyote. SEASON: Mid-September—early April. MEET: Wednesdays, Saturdays and occasional Sundays. Visitors permitted to hunt. For details contact the MFH or Hon. Sec. Hounds went out 52 times last season.
The country is approximately 20 by 20 miles. Rolling pastures interspersed with wooded coverts. Fences are coops and timber rails. A fit horse is a must.


Moingona Hunt
33770 L Ave.,
Adel, Iowa 50003.
Established 1979.
Recognized 1982.

HUNT ATTIRE: Flannel gray with gold piping. Evening—Scarlet, flannel gray with gold piping and gray facings. MFHs: (1996) Roy C. Kipper, 11082 NW 51st Place, Grimes, IA 50111, Tel.: 515-986-4530; (1999) Monte R. Antisdel, 33770 L Ave., Adel, IA 50003, Tel.: 515-834-9606; (2004) R. Dixon Appel, 3320 Cumming Rd., Cumming, IA 50061, Tel.: 515-981-0082; (2008) Diane Hickman, 2155 South 4th St., West Des Moines, IA 50265, Tel.: 515-287-4882; (2008) Thomas D. Ghrist Jr., 1108 140th Ave., Murray, IA 50174, Tel.: 641-763-2358. HON. SEC.: Diane Antisdel, 33770 L Ave., Adel, IA 50003, Tel.: 515-834-9606. HUNTSMEN: Monte R. Antisdel, jt.-MFH; (prof) Ken George. WHIPPERS-IN: Monte R. Antisdel, jt.-MFH; R. Dixon Appel, jt.-MFH; Diane Hickman, jt.-MFH; (hon) Liz Appel; (hon) Kirstin Hickman; (hon) David Sommers. KENNELS: Winterset, Iowa, Madison County. FOXHOUNDS: 1 1⁄2 American couples, 18 1⁄2 Crossbred couples. HUNTING: Fox, Coyote. SEASON: Mid-September—March. MEET: Wednesdays, Saturdays and/or Sundays. Visitors permitted to hunt—for details contact the Hon. Sec. Hounds went out 52 times last season.
The country consists of five separate hunt countries: 2 by 5 miles, 2 by 4 miles, 3 by 6 miles, 2 by 4 miles and 3 by 7 miles. Terrain is rolling with pasture, timber and plow. Coops at 3′-3’3″. Thoroughbred or Thoroughbred cross is best suited.


Monmouth County Hunt
44 Hill Rd.,
Allentown, New Jersey 08501-0512.
Established 1885.
Recognized 1903.

HUNT ATTIRE: Green, maroon collar with yellow piping. Evening—Scarlet, maroon collar, scarlet facings. MFH: (2000) Margaret J. Valnoski, P.O. Box 512, Allentown, NJ 08501-0512, Tel.: 609-758-6781. HON. SEC.: Judy Harris, Tel.: 609-298-8097. HUNTSMAN: The MFH. WHIPPERS-IN: (prof) Brooke Heitzman; (hon) Mrs. Steven K. Musso; (hon) Justin A. Segal. KENNELS: Upper Freehold, Monmouth County, N.J. FOXHOUNDS: 2 1⁄2 American couples, 1⁄2 English couple, 21 1⁄2 Crossbred couples. HUNTING: Fox. SEASON: Mid-August—March. MEET: Wednesdays, Sundays. Visitors permitted to Hunt—for details contact the MFH or Hon. Sec. Hounds went out 51 times last season.
The country lies in Monmouth and Burlington counties between Routes 34 and 206 and the southern New Jersey Turnpike. Approximately 20 by 10 miles, mostly in Millstone, Upper Freehold and North Hanover Townships. A variety of jumps in a flat to rolling country. A part Thoroughbred does well. Fort Dix and the Lebanon State Forest are also hunted.


Montreal Hunt
780, Ave. Brewster, 4th Floor,
Montreal, Quebec
H4C 1B9, Canada.
Established 1826.
Recognized 1826.

HUNT ATTIRE:
Scarlet with plain collar (lady members wear royal blue collar). Evening—Scarlet with blue lapel facings. MFHs: (1977) Georges E. Lemay, 780, Avenue Brewster, 4th Floor, Montreal, Que. H4C 2K1 CAN, Tel.: 514-937-1031; (1992) Roger Deslauriers, 100 Laprairie St, Bromont, Que. J0E 1L0 CAN, Tel.: 450-263-3004; (2000) Richard Touchette, 1001 Rue Lenoir, Suite A-501, Montreal, Que. H4C 2Z6 CAN, Tel.: 514-944-6565. HON. SEC.: Yvon Pronovost, 35 Northview, Rosemere, Que. J7A 3X6 CAN, Tel.: 450-437-8397. HUNTSMEN: (prof) Antony Gaylard. WHIPPERS-IN: (hon) Fernand Dube; (hon) Nicole Lorrain; (hon) Denis Messier. KENNELS: St. Augustin, Mirabel, Que, CAN. FOXHOUNDS: 24 English couples. HUNTING: Fox, Coyote. SEASON: August—December. MEET: Wednesdays and Saturdays. Visitors permitted to hunt—for details contact a jt.-MFH. Hounds went out 37 times last season.
The country lies to the north as well as to the south of Montreal. The north country is heavily fenced with stone walls (average 3’ high, 4’ wide), many split cedar rail fences and hunt panelling. The south country is basically panels created by the Hunt.


Moore County Hounds
P.O. Box 1874,
Southern Pines, North Carolina 28388.
Established 1914.
Recognized 1920.

HUNT ATTIRE: Scarlet, navy blue collar. Evening—Scarlet, royal blue collar. MFHs: (1961) Richard D. Webb, P.O. Box 281, Southern Pines, NC 28388, Tel.: 508-748-1592; (1998) David P. Dillard, Landings, 901 Furr Rd., Vass, NC 28394, Tel.: 910-692-1104; (2003) Cameron Slade, 945 Sheldon Rd., Southern Pines, NC 28387. HON. SEC.: Virginia C. Thomasson, P.O. Box 1744, Southern Pines, NC 28388, Tel.: 910-692-2822. HUNTSMAN: (prof) Joseph Townsend Murtagh Jr. WHIPPERS-IN: (prof) Kerrie Hayes; (hon) Lynn Dillard, jt.-MFH; (hon) Cindy G. Pagnotta; (hon) Melanie Wyatt. KENNELMAN: (prof) Kerrie Hayes. KENNELS: Mile-Away Farm, Southern Pines, N.C. FOXHOUNDS: 29 1⁄2 Penn-Marydel couples, 1 English couple, 1⁄2 Crossbred couple. HUNTING: Fox, Coyote. SEASON: October—March. MEET: Mondays, Thursdays, and Saturdays. Visitors with approval of the MFHs and accompanied by their host/hostess. Hounds went out 78 times last season.
The country is situated in southeastern Moore County, N.C. Approximately 5,000 acres of rolling longleaf pine forest with sandy soil, some pasture. Fences are rails, coops and logs. Additional 30,000 acres hunted in Marlborough County, South Carolina over fertile cotton fields. Approximately 20,000 acres of state gamelands hunted in Hoffman, N.C. with pine forests and sandy soil. Country requires a clever horse.


Mooreland Hunt
P.O. Box 2345,
Huntsville, Alabama 35804-2349.
Established 1961.
Recognized 1963.

HUNT ATTIRE: Scarlet, royal blue collar. Evening—Scarlet, royal blue collar and facings. MFHs: (1993) Mrs. Leslie Rhett Crosby, 603 Adams St. SE, Huntsville, AL 35801, Tel.: 256-533-7341; (1995) John B. Sewell Jr., P.O. Box 188, Belle Mina, AL 35615; (1999) Jon R. Moody, 420 Lowell Dr. SE, Huntsville, AL 35801, Tel.: 256-536-1025; (2005) Evelyn VanSant Mauldin, P.O. Box 269, Leighton, AL 35646-0269, Tel.: 256-446-9781; (2007) Hall B. Bryant Jr., 424 Locust Ave. SE, Huntsville, AL 35801, Tel.: 256-539-3842; (2007) Nicholas B. Roth, 600 Ferry St., NE, Decatur, AL 35601, Tel.: 256-565-0170. HON. SEC.: Evelyn VanSant Mauldin, jt.-MFH, P.O. Box 269, Leighton, AL 35646-0269, Tel.: 256-446-9781. HUNTSMAN: (prof) Rhodri Jones-Evans. WHIPPERS-IN: (hon) Rebecca Beam; (hon) David K. Goodman; (hon) Jack D. Goodman; (hon) Lewis Hall McCurdy, DVM. KENNELMAN: (prof) Melissa Jayne Brown. KENNELS: 2522 County Line Rd., Madison, AL 35756. FOXHOUNDS: 3 English couples, 30 1⁄2 Crossbred couples. HUNTING: Fox, Coyote, Bobcat. SEASON: November—March. MEET: Wednesdays, Saturdays and bye days. Visitors permitted to hunt—for details contact the Hon. Sec. Hounds went out 53 times last  season.
The country is located in north Alabama in Madison, Limestone and Lawrence counties. The country is rolling and in places rough and is composed largely of farmland with wooded sections where there are swampy areas. Wood panels have been placed over wire fence.


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