Saturday, Jun. 1, 2024

Recognized Hunts

Green Creek Hounds
145 S. Glassy Mtn. Rd.,
Landrum, North Carolina 29356.
Established 1988.
Registered 1991.
Recognized 1994.
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Green Creek Hounds
145 S. Glassy Mtn. Rd.,
Landrum, North Carolina 29356.
Established 1988.
Registered 1991.
Recognized 1994.

HUNT ATTIRE: Emerald green with blue trim on scarlet for staff only. Black or dark meltons and ratcatcher for field. Evening—Same. MFHs: (1997) Jefferson Goodwin, 60 Mountain Range Rd., Mill Spring, NC 28756, Tel.: 828-863-4250; (1997) Martha W. Hale, 145 S. Glassy Mountain Rd., Landrum, SC 29356, Tel.: 864-895-1126; (2000) A. Thomas Jackson, The Mill, 501 Lister Rd, Landrum, SC 29356-9265, Tel.: 864-468-5087; (2007) Roger B. Smith, 360 Ken Miller Rd., Rutherfordton, NC 28139, Tel.: 828-288-1797. HON. SEC.: Laurie Colleen Wilson Goodwin, 60 Mountain Range Rd., Mill Spring, NC 28756, Tel.: 828-894-5562. HUNTSMAN: Jefferson Goodwin, jt.-MFH. WHIPPERS-IN: Martha W. Hale, jt.-MFH; (hon) Bill Anderson; (hon) Diane Black; (hon) Jack M. Black; (hon) Deborah Bundy; (hon) Beth Danner; (hon) Sheila Grymes; (hon) Christie K. Heuman; (hon) Kem Ketcham; (hon) Philip Osborne; (hon) Anne Shue. KENNELMEN: (prof) Laurie Colleen Wilson Goodwin. KENNELS: Tryon, N.C. FOXHOUNDS: 9 1⁄2 American couples, 8 1⁄2 English couples, 28 1⁄2 Crossbred couples. HUNTING: Fox, Coyote, Bobcat. SEASON: Mid-July—early March. MEET: Thursdays and Sundays. Visitors permitted to hunt—for details contact the MFHs. Hounds went out 67 times last season.
The country consists of open farmland and woodlands in eastern Polk County, western Union County, southern and western Cleveland County, approximately 1,200 square miles. Natural jumps, post and rails and coops. Hills, streams and rocky terrain require a fit horse.


Green Mountain Hounds
406 Church Hill Rd.,
Charlotte, Vermont 05445.
Established 2001.
Registered 2002.
Recognized 2004.

HUNT ATTIRE: Scarlet with teal collar Evening—Same. MFH: (2002) Elaine M. Ittleman, 406 Church Hill Rd., Charlotte, VT 05445, Tel.: 802-425-2858. HON. SEC.: Nancy L. Johnson, 361 Stuart Ln., Waterbury, VT 05676, Tel.: 802-244-1957. HUNTSMAN: The MFH. WHIPPERS-IN: (hon) Mark and Stacy Robinson; (hon) Dawn Severance. KENNELS: Charlotte, Vermont. FOXHOUNDS: 1⁄2 English couple, 9 Crossbred couples. HUNTING: Drag. SEASON: Early August—late November. MEET: Thursdays and Sundays. Visitors permitted to hunt—for details contact the Hon. Sec. Hounds went out 34 times last season.
The country consists of eight territories ranging from open farmland to steep, wooded, mountains. Riding along rivers and rolling hills and through sugar bush is usual. All are panelled with 2 to 3 ft. obstacles.


Green Spring Valley Hounds
P.O. Box 1123,
Westminster, Maryland 21158.
Established 1892.
Recognized 1899.

HUNT ATTIRE: Scarlet, green velvet collar. Evening—Scarlet, green facings. Masters, ex-Masters, and members and ex-members of the honorary staff wear green velvet collars and green facings. MFHs: (1977) J.W.Y. Martin Jr., Worthington Farms, 2700 Tufton Ave., Glyndon, MD 21071, Tel.: 410-833-1167; (1994) Edward A. Halle Jr., Five String Farm, 4081 Mt. Zion Rd., Upperco, MD 21155, Tel.: 410-239-7667; (1996) Sheila Jackson Brown, Jackson Hole Farm, 4017 Black Rock Rd., Upperco, MD 21155, Tel.: 410-239-0264; (2005) George P. Mahoney Jr., Rosbrian Farm, 13634 Longnecker Rd., Glyndon, MD 21071, Tel.: 410-833-5969. HON. SEC.: Michael D. Hankin, Northwoods, 3355 Black Rock Rd., Glyndon, MD 21071, Tel.: 410-472-3382. HUNTSMAN: (prof) Samuel J Clifton. WHIPPER-IN: (prof) Richard Daley. KENNELMAN: (prof) Bub Davis. KENNELS: Glyndon, Md. FOXHOUNDS: 1 American couple, 2 English couples, 47 Crossbred couples. HUNTING: Fox. SEASON: Mid-August—March. MEET: Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays and holidays. Visitors permitted to hunt—for details contact an MFH or the Hon. Sec. Hounds went out 115 times last season.
The country extends about 25 by 12 miles. The home and north countries are open and rolling, with a great deal of grass. Some sections lying between are rough and heavily wooded. Post and rail and board fences predominate. The east side of the country adjoins the Elkridge-Harford Hunt country; on the west and northwest the country adjoins the Howard County-Iron Bridge and the Frederick County line.


Guilford Hounds
89 Chartier Ln.,
Alstead, New Hampshire 03602.
Established 1989.
Registered 1993.
Recognized 2005.

HUNT ATTIRE: Scarlet, old rose collar. Evening—Same. MFH: (1998) Gregory Kittredge, 89 Chartier Ln., Alstead, NH 03602, Tel.: 603-835-6292. HON. SEC.: Amy Dillon, P.O. Box 591, Hinsdale, NH 03451, Tel.: 603-702-2117. HUNTSMAN: The MFH. WHIPPERS-IN: (hon) Lucile Bump; (hon) Amy Dillon; (hon) Sara Winterling. KENNELS: Alstead, New Hampshire. FOXHOUNDS: 10 American couples, 1⁄2 Crossbred couple. HUNTING: Drag. SEASON: Mid-August—mid-December. MEET: Tuesdays and Saturdays. Visitors permitted to hunt—for details contact the Hon. Sec. Hounds went out 30 times last season.
The country is a combination of flat Connecticut River valley farmland and rugged upland farmland. Open fields throughout.


Hamilton Hunt
Attn: C. Christensen
893 Haldimand Rd. 9,
Hagersville, Ontario N0A 1H0, Canada.
Established 1958.
Recognized 1960.

HUNT ATTIRE: Scarlet, hunter green collar. Evening—Scarlet, hunter green facings. MFHs: (1997) Hank Martin, 1396 Hwy 54, Caledonia, Ont. N3W 2G9 CAN, Tel.: 905-765-8626; (1999) Margaret McKeown Ker, 339 Sunset Dr., St. Thomas, Ont. N5R 3C6 CAN, Tel.: 519-633-0959; (2000) John Lecluse, RR #1, Brantford, Ont. N3T 5L4 CAN, Tel.: 519-751-2167; (2006) Karl Christensen, 893 Haldimand Rd. 9, Hagersville, Ont. N0A 1H0 CAN, Tel.: 905-768-1449; (2006) John McDonald, 1492 Hwy 54, Caledonia, Ont. N3W 2G9 CAN, Tel.: 905-765-4376. HON. SEC.: Carly Martin, 1396 Hwy. 54, Caledonia, Ont. N3W 2G9 , Tel.: 905-765-8626. HUNTSMAN: (prof) Ashley Hubbard. WHIPPERS-IN: (hon) Richard Christensen; (hon) Duncan Gillyatt. KENNELS: West of Caledonia, Ont., CAN. FOXHOUNDS: 1⁄2 American couple, 16 English couples, 7 1⁄2 Crossbred couples. HUNTING: Fox, Coyote. SEASON: August—early December. MEET: Wednesdays and Sundays. Visitors permitted to hunt—for details contact the Hon. Sec. Hounds went out 39 times last season.
The country in Caledonia is approximately 12 by 5 miles, lying north of the Grand River, extensively farmed with a variety of crops, resulting in a good deal of plow in late fall. It is gently rolling farmland with many small coverts. Jumps are chicken coop panels over wire. Additional country at Woodstock and Oneida is regularly hunted.


Hard Away Whitworth Hounds
251 Hard Away Ln.,
Greensboro, Alabama 36744.
Established 2001.
Registered 2002.
Recognized 2004.

HUNT ATTIRE: Hunter green collar. Evening—yellow collar and lapel. MFHs: (2002) Stephen R. Portch, 251 Hard Away Ln., Greensboro, AL 36744, Tel.: 334-624-0763; (2002) Robert Temkovits, P.O. Box 334, Brooksville, MS 39739, Tel.: 662-738-5030; (2004) Thomas B. Coleman, 321 St. Charles Ave., New Orleans, LA 70130, Tel.: 504-586-8300; (2004) Christina C.M. White, 7755 Oscar Green Rd., Primm Springs, TN 38476, Tel.: 615-799-9909. HON. SEC.: Christina C.M. White, jt.-MFH, 7755 Oscar Green Rd., Primm Springs, TN 38476, Tel.: 615-799-9909. HUNTSMAN: Stephen R. Portch, jt.-MFH. WHIPPERS-IN: Robert Temkovits, jt.-MFH; (prof) Mary F. Walker (hon) Steven Evely. KENNELMAN: (prof) Reginald Garrett. KENNELS: Hale County, Greensboro. Ala. FOXHOUNDS: 3 1⁄2 English couples, 26 1⁄2 Crossbred couples. HUNTING: Fox, Coyote, Bobcat. SEASON: September though mid-March. MEET: Wednesdays and Saturdays/Sundays. Visitors permitted to hunt—for details contact the Hon. Sec. Hounds went out 55 times last season.
The country is approximately 20 by 25 miles in Alabama and 25 square miles in Mississippi. Mainly open grasslands, state hunting land and CRP land. Primarily coops with some rails and wooden gates.


Harvard Fox Hounds
P.O. Box 938,
Glenpool, Oklahoma 74033.
Established 1996.
Registered 1997.
Recognized 1998.

HUNT ATTIRE: Scarlet, navy blue collar with gray piping. Evening—Same. MFHs: (1997) Max Naegler, P.O. Box 938, Glenpool, OK 74033-0938, Tel.: 918-366-9884; (1997) Barbara Naegler, P.O. Box 938, Glenpool, OK 74033-0938, Tel.: 918-366-9884; (2005) Mack Braly, 4545 S. 257th E. Ave., Broken Arrow, OK 74014, Tel.: 918-266-6145; (2007) Susan Satterlee, 1366 Valle Dr., Joplin, MO 64801, Tel.: 417-623-5066. HON. SEC.: Barbara Naegler, jt.-MFH, P.O. Box 938, Glenpool, OK 74033-0938, Tel.: 918-366-9884. HUNTSMAN: Max Naegler, jt.-MFH. WHIPPERS-IN: Barbara Naegler, jt.-MFH; Mack Braly, jt.-MFH; (hon) Julie Free; (hon) Rachael Parks; (hon) Russell Robinson; (hon) Madeleine Williams. KENNELMAN: (prof) Barbara Witt. KENNELS: Tulsa, Okla. FOXHOUNDS: 1 1⁄2 English couples, 23 1⁄2 Crossbred couples. HUNTING: Coyote. SEASON: October—March. MEET: Wednesdays and Saturdays. Visitors permitted to hunt—for details contact the MFHs. Hounds went out 40 times last season.
The country is located in Northeastern Oklahoma within a 100 mile radius of Tulsa, Okla. Terrain varies from wide open plains to wooded areas to the Ozark Mountains. Coops are generally three feet and inviting, most with gates.


Hickory Creek Hunt
17745 FM 455,
Forestburg, Texas 76239.
Established 1970.
Recognized 1977.

HUNT ATTIRE: Scarlet, West Point gray and gold. Evening—Same. MFH: (2000) Mary Ann Radley, 17745 FM 455, Forestburg, TX 76239, Tel.: 940-964-2771. HON. SEC.: Gabrielle Gordon, 76 Corral Dr. North, Keller, TX 76248, Tel.: 817-431-8775. HUNTSMAN: (hon) Christina Dunmore. WHIPPERS-IN: Mary Ann Radley, jt.-MFH; (hon) Chris Cirone. KENNELS: Boyd, Wise County, Texas. FOXHOUNDS: 6 American couples, 14 Crossbred couples. HUNTING: Fox, Coyote. SEASON: September—March. MEET: Tuesdays, Saturdays or Sundays. Visitors permitted to hunt—for details contact the MFH. Hounds went out 35 times last season.
The country is located in Cooke, Denton, Montague, Parker, Johnson and Wise counties, Texas. Gently rolling land, partially pasture, partially wooded with steep, rocky drains. Paneled with coops and post and rails. Sandy soil with good footing in all weather.

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High Country Hounds
43 Twin Arrows,
Flagstaff, Arizona 86004.
Established 1970.
Recognized 1979.

HUNT ATTIRE: Scarlet, black collar with hunter green piping. Evening—Same. MFH: (1997) Mrs. John D. Hendricks, 43 Twin Arrows, Flagstaff, AZ 86004, Tel.: 928-853-6439. HON. SEC.: Mrs. John Rodgers, 5850 Switchback Trl., Flagstaff, AZ 86004-1026, Tel.: 928-527-0856. HUNTSMAN: The MFH. WHIPPERS-IN: (hon) Paula Fife; (hon) Amy Grace Hauschild; (hon) Cammie McGhee; (hon) Mrs. John Rodgers. KENNELMAN: (prof) John D. Hendricks. KENNELS: Flagstaff, Ariz. FOXHOUNDS: 1 American couple, 12 Crossbred couples. HUNTING: Fox, Coyote. SEASON: Mid-September—early March. MEET: Wednesdays and Sundays. Visitors permitted to hunt—for details contact the Hon. Sec. Hounds went out 30 times last season.
The country has five sections. One is a 7 by 10 mile ponderosa pine forest with hills and canyons, parts heavily timbered; the Walking Cane Ranch is 7 by 15 miles with cinder hills, high grasslands and pinon-juniper cover; Antelope Hills is a 10 by 10 mile area, cinder-covered hills and plateaus with a pinon-juniper forest; Cinder Hills is a 15 by 15 mile ponderosa pine forest with many terrain changes and good footing. The Flying M Ranch is 50 by 50 miles with ponderosa pine forests, open grasslands, canyons and plateaus, including Morman Lake on the west, Long Lake to the south, Meteor Crater on the east and I-40 as a north boundary.


Hillsboro Hounds
P.O. Box 129,
Franklin, Tennessee 37065.
Established 1932.
Recognized 1960.

HUNT ATTIRE: Men: Plain scarlet with brass buttons. Ladies: Black with gold collar, scarlet piping and brass buttons. Evening—Men: scarlet, old gold lapels. Ladies: black or white. MFHs: (1963) Henry W. Hooker, 360 Vaughn Rd., Nashville, TN 37221, Tel.: 615-373-9892; (1990) Bruce P’Pool, 2105 Piccadilly Place, Nashville, TN 37215, Tel.: 615-373-8996; (1993) Albert L. Menefee III, 2940 North Berry’s Chapel, Brentwood, TN 37027, Tel.: 615-790-6914; (1997) Alex F. Wade, 1645 Old Hillsboro Rd., Franklin, TN 37069, Tel.: 615-790-3893; (2001) Stephen K. Heard, Sun Trust Center, Ste. 1401, 424 Church St., Nashville, TN 37219, Tel.: 931-293-2529. HON. SEC.: Harry Hill McAlister, Nashville Sash & Door, P.O. Box 40780, Nashville, TN 37204-0780, Tel.: 615-760-6000. HUNTSMAN: (prof) John Gray. WHIPPERS-IN: (prof) Karen Gray; (prof) Leilani Hrisko; (hon) James C. Broome; (hon) Dana Burke; (hon) Tommy Sloan; (hon) Ted Thompson. KENNELMAN: (prof) Chris Smith. KENNELS: Cornersville, Tenn. FOXHOUNDS: 1 1⁄2 English couples, 35 1⁄2 Crossbred couples. HUNTING: Fox, Coyote, Bobcat. SEASON: September—March. MEET: Wednesdays and Saturdays. Visitors permitted to hunt—for details contact the Hon. Sec. Hounds went out 72 times last season.
The Cornersville country is approximately 7 by 7 miles. It is well panelled and gated, but hilly. A fit horse well suited to its rider is recommended. The Coldwater country has pastures, moderate hills and woodlands, also well paneled. The latter, hunted infrequently, was acquired in the merger with the Cedar Knob Foxhounds in 1980. The Hunt was known as the “Hillsboro Cedar Knob Hounds” from 1980 to 1993.


Howard County-Iron Bridge Hounds
18821 Windsor Forest Rd.,
Mt. Airy, Maryland 21771.
Established 1930.
Recognized 1985.

HUNT ATTIRE: Scarlet, canary yellow collar. Evening—Scarlet, canary yellow facings. MFHs: (1978) Roger I. Scullin, 27601 Barnes Rd., Damascus, MD 20872, Tel.: 301-253-1183; (2005) Donald R. Reuwer Jr., 5300 Dorsey Hall Dr., Ste. 102, Ellicott City, MD 21042, Tel.: 410-977-1296. HON. SEC.: Crystal Kimball, P.O. Box 610, Lisbon, MD 21765, Tel.: 800-244-9580, ext. 14. HUNTSMAN: (prof) Barry Magner. WHIPPERS-IN: (hon) David Pickett; (hon) Dale Proctor; (hon) Lisa A. Reid; (hon) Marion C. Scullin. KENNELS: Mount Airy, Md. FOXHOUNDS: 7 1⁄2 American couples, 1⁄2 English couple, 17 1⁄2 Crossbred couples. HUNTING: Fox. SEASON: September—March. MEET: Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays until deer season. Then Wednesdays, Fridays, and Sundays. Visitors permitted to hunt—for details contact the Hon. Sec. or one of the MFHs. Hounds went out 82 times last season.
The country extends about 20 miles east to west and 10 miles north to south in Howard County, Md. It is rolling with wooded areas. All types of jumps. Under agreement with the New Market-Middletown Valley Hounds, a portion of Frederick County is hunted by both Hunts.


Huntingdon Valley Hunt
c/o Richard B. Harris, jt.-MFH
1395 Swamp Rd., Box 48,
Furlong, Pennsylvania 18925.
Established 1914.
Recognized 1915.

HUNT ATTIRE: Scarlet, blue collar. Evening—Scarlet, blue collar with blue facings. MFH: (1972) Richard B. Harris, Fox Heath, 1395 Swamp Rd., P.O. Box 48, Furlong, PA 18925, Tel.: 215-598-7792. HON. SEC.: Stephen B. Harris, P.O. Box 160, Warrington, PA 18976, Tel.: 215-343-9000. HUNTSMAN: The MFH. WHIPPERS-IN: (hon) Stephen B. Harris; (hon) Pat Renner. KENNELS: Furlong, Pa. FOXHOUNDS: 24 Penn-Marydel couples. HUNTING: Fox. SEASON: Cubbing: September and October. Formal: November—March. MEET: Wednesdays and Sundays. Visitors permitted to hunt with permission of the MFH—for details contact the Hon. Sec. Hounds went out 23 times last season.
The country is located in central and upper Bucks County along the Delaware River. In central Bucks, where the kennels are located, the townships of Buckingham, Solebury and Warwick are hunted. In upper Bucks, the townships of Durham, Springfield, Tinicum and Nockamixon are hunted. Both are hill and dale countries mainly devoted to farming. Many of the ridges are deeply wooded for miles and rides have been cut through. Valleys are interlaced with streams and water jumps are frequently encountered. Jumps are post and rails and chicken coops in wire fencing. A stout 3⁄4-bred is preferred.


Independence Foxhounds
5255 Ganske Rd.,
Burton, Texas 77835.
Registered 2006.

HUNT ATTIRE: Scarlet with dark blue collar and gold piping. Evening—Scarlet tails with dark blue lapels. MFHs: (2006) John P. Dorrier Jr., 5255 Ganske Rd., Burton, TX 77835, Tel.: 713-921-1200; (2006) Russell T. Gaines, 3258 FM 390 East, Brenham, TX 77833, Tel.: 979-251-8760; (2006) Candida Scott, 5255 Ganske Rd., Burton, TX 77835, Tel.: 979-830-9067. HON. SEC.: Candida Scott, jt.-MFH, 5255 Ganske Rd, Burton, TX 77835, Tel.: 979-830-9067. HUNTSMAN: Candida Scott, jt.-MFH. WHIPPER-IN: (prof) Karen Hallworth. KENNELS: Washington County, Burton, Texas. FOXHOUNDS: 2 American couples, 18 Crossbred couples. HUNTING: Fox, Coyote. SEASON: End of September—mid-March. MEET: Wednesdays and Saturdays. Visitors permitted to hunt—for details contact the Hon. Sec. Hounds went out 40 times last season.
The country is in Washington County with rolling terrain and fairly dense covers. It is 4 by 2 miles with paneling over wire fencing and some small stream/river crossings. The footing is sandy soil and most horses are suitable.


Iroquois Hunt
P.O. Box 1581,
Lexington, Kentucky
40588-1581.
Established 1880.
Recognized 1929.

HUNT ATTIRE: Scarlet, black collar with robin’s egg blue piping and vest. Evening—Black collar and lapel, robin’s egg blue piping. MFHs: (1993) Jerry L. Miller, P.O. Box 1581, Lexington, KY 40592, Tel.: 859-266-6650; (1997) John R. Van Nagell, Brookfield Farm, 2370 Cleveland Rd., Lexington, KY 40509, Tel.: 859-299-0590. HON. SEC.: Glenye Cain Oakford, 1175 Rockbridge Rd., Lexington, KY 40515, Tel.: 859-273-6001. HUNTSMAN: Jerry L. Miller, jt.-MFH; (hon) Lilla Mason. KENNELMAN: (prof) Michael Edwards. KENNELS: Lexington, Ky. FOXHOUNDS: 21 English couples, 11 Crossbred couples. HUNTING: Fox, Coyote. SEASON: Late September—early April. MEET: Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays. Visitors permitted to hunt—for details contact the Hon. Sec. Hounds went out 34 times last season.
The country near Lexington, Kentucky is approximately 10 by 10 miles, mostly rolling with bluegrass turf and meadowland, park woodlands and some plow. It is comprised mostly of large grazing farms with some Thoroughbred farms. Fences are coop panels and stone walls. The hunt was established by General Roger Williams in 1880.


Juan Tomas Hounds
P.O. Box 1197,
Corrales, New Mexico 87048.
Established 1970.
Recognized 1979.

HUNT ATTIRE: Scarlet, burnt orange collar with green piping Evening—Same. MFHs: (1977) Helen M. Kruger, P.O. Box 1197, Corrales, NM 87048, Tel.: 505-898-4607; (1994) James A. Nance, P.O. Box 1518, Magdalena, NM 87825, Tel.: 575-854-2805. HON. SEC.: Penny M. Giller, P.O. Box 573, Corrales, NM 87048, Tel.: 505-277-8060. HUNTSMEN: James A. Nance, jt.-MFH; (hon) James L. Nance. WHIPPERS-IN: (hon) Adren Nance; (hon) Jose Luis Perez-Soto. KENNELS: Field Ranch, New Mexico (70 miles SW of Albuquerque, NM). FOXHOUNDS: 11 1⁄2 American couples, 1⁄2 English couple, 14 Crossbred couples. HUNTING: Coyote. SEASON: October—mid-March. MEET: Sundays and Wednesdays. Visitors permitted to hunt—for details contact the Hon. Sec. Hounds went out 47 times last season.
The country consists of different ranches (each 25,000 acres plus) within a 100 mile radius of Albuquerque, N.M. The country is wide open high desert with varied terrain from rocky foothills to sandy brush-covered mesas, only a few man-made jumps but many ditches and banks. A sure-footed horse is recommended.


Kenada Fox Hounds
32230 Mayer Rd.,
Waller, Texas 77484.
Established 1984.
Registered 1985.
Recognized 1987.

HUNT ATTIRE: Scarlet, gray collar with burgundy piping. Evening—Scarlet, gray collar and lapels. MFH: (1985) Amy Adams Strunk, 32230 Mayer Rd., Waller, TX 77484, Tel.: 936-372-5981. HON. SEC.: Amy Adams Strunk, jt.-MFH, 32230 Mayer Rd., Waller, TX 77484, Tel.: 936-372-5981. HUNTSMAN: The MFH. WHIPPERS-IN: (hon) Audry Giles-Gates; (hon) Linda Myers; (hon) Polly F. Powell; (hon) Jeeper Ragsdale; (hon) Blanche Strunk. KENNELS: Waller, Texas. FOXHOUNDS: 35 Crossbred couples. HUNTING: Coyote. SEASON: October—April. MEET: Saturdays and Sundays. Visitors permitted to hunt—for details contact the MFH. Hounds went out 40 times last season.
The country consists of two areas in Waller County and Milan County. Terrain is slightly rolling with woods and open pastures. Jumps are coops and gates to 3’6″.

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Keswick Hunt
P.O. Box 227,
Keswick, Virginia 22947.
Established 1896.
Recognized 1903.

HUNT ATTIRE: Scarlet, green collar, green vest. Evening—Scarlet, green collar and piping. MFHs: (2002) Charlotte Tieken, Waverley Farm, P.O. Box 514, Somerset, VA 22972, Tel.: 540-672-4766; (2005) Andrew C. Lynn, Devon Lake Stable, 634 Clarks Tract, Keswick, VA 22947-2324, Tel.: 434-293-6144. HON. SEC.: Julia Lyman, P.O. Box 60, Somerset, VA 22972, Tel.: 540-832-3272. HUNTSMAN: (prof) Tony Gammell. WHIPPERS-IN: (hon) Gregory Fisher; (hon) Barclay Rives; (hon) Sandy Rives; (hon) Noel Twyman. KENNELMAN: (prof) Mike Poindexter. KENNELS: Keswick, Va. FOXHOUNDS: 30 American couples. HUNTING: Fox. SEASON: Mid-September—March. MEET: Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays. Visitors permitted to hunt only by invitation. For details contact the MFH. Capping limited to three hunts. Hounds went out 95 times last season.
The country at Keswick has rolling woods and fields with little cultivation, with some steep and trappy country in foothills of the Blue Ridge. Jumps are chicken coops over wire, telephone poles, natural log panels, post and rails and board fences and an occasional stone wall. The southern Rapidan country in Orange County has rolling farmland with fences mainly of chicken coops and post and rails. The Montepelier country has mixed farmland and heavy woods. The Madison County country is rolling farmland, a mixture of pasture and small grain. There is much bottomland along the Rapidan River. The Green Springs District of Louisa County is mainly open pasture and croplands with many swampy areas and trappy creek crossings.


Knoxville Hunt
102 Irvine Bridge Rd.,
Douglas, Wyoming 82633.
Registered 2005.

HUNT ATTIRE: Hunter green coat with burgandy collar and vest. Evening—Black tie. MFH: (2005) Joe Emily, 102 Irvine Bridge Rd., Douglas, WY 82633, Tel.: 307-359-2159. HON. SEC.: Jennifer Phillips, 18 Bridger Crossing, Douglas, WY 82633, Tel.: 307-358-3079. HUNTSMAN: The MFH. WHIPPERS-IN: (hon) Dacoda Blackburn; (hon) Jennifer Phillips. KENNELS: Douglas, Wyoming. FOXHOUNDS: 26 English couples. HUNTING: Fox, Coyote. SEASON: August—April. MEET: Wednesdays and Sundays. Visitors permitted to hunt—for details contact the Hon. Sec. Hounds went out 10 times last season.
The country is several large fixtures throughout Wyoming ranging from 150,000 acres and larger. Terrain varies from rolling praire to badlands to pine ridges. Obstacles consist of arroyos, sagebrush, cactus, and wire fences. Quarter Horses and Appendix are our main choice although any fit horse works.


Lake Of Two Mountains Hunt
22455 Gore Rd.,
Glen Robertson, Ontario
 K0B 1H0,
Canada.
Established 1946.
Recognized 1950.

HUNT ATTIRE:
Scarlet, peacock-blue collar. Evening—Peacock-blue facings. MFHs: (1998) Eric Lenczner, 504 Mountain Ave., Westmount, Que. H3Y 3G4 CAN, Tel.: 514-931-5112; (2005) Julien Allard, 1555 St Dominique, Les Cedres, Que. J7T 1K8 CAN, Tel.: 450-452-4491. HON. SEC.: Christine Allard, RR#1 22455 Gors Rd, Glen Robertson, Ont. K0B 1M0 CAN, Tel.: 613-874-2792. HUNTSMAN: (prof) Francois Seguin. WHIPPER-IN: (hon) Richard Giaude. KENNELS: Ont., CAN. FOXHOUNDS: 14 Penn-Marydel couples, 3 1⁄2 Crossbred couples. HUNTING: Drag, Fox, Coyote. SEASON: Mid-September—early December. MEET: Wednesdays and Saturdays. Visitors permitted to hunt—for details contact the Hon. Sec. Hounds went out 32 times last season.
The country is 30 by 40 miles of open fields, plow, woodlands with streams. Jumps are post and rails, coops, ditches and the odd ravine.


Limestone Creek Hunt
P.O. Box 41,
Vernon Center, New York 13477.
Established 1939.
Recognized 1954.

HUNT ATTIRE: Scarlet, maroon collar, white piping. Evening—Scarlet, maroon collar, white piping with white facings. MFHs: (2005) Barbara Anderson, P.O. Box 41, Vernon Center, NY 13477-0041, Tel.: 315-829-3868; (2005) John Anderson, P.O. Box 41, Vernon Center, NY 13477-0041, Tel.: 315-829-3868; (2006) Toloa Perry, 3655 Burlingame Rd., Cazenovia, NY 13035-9650, Tel.: 315-655-9714; (2008) Linda L. Schicker, 7529 Foote Rd., Clinton, NY 13323, Tel.: 315-859-1499. HON. SEC.: Toloa Perry, jt.-MFH, 3655 Burlingame Rd., Cazenovia, NY 13035-9650, Tel.: 315-655-9714. HUNTSMAN: (prof) Lori Gronau. WHIPPERS-IN: (hon) Laura Fassett; (hon) Jeanne Joslyn. KENNELMAN: (prof) Victor Mawbey. KENNELS: Erieville, Madison County, New York. FOXHOUNDS: 1 1⁄2 Penn-Marydel couples, 18 Crossbred couples. HUNTING: Drag, Fox, Coyote. SEASON: August—mid-December. MEET: Thursdays and Sundays. Visitors must contact an MFH or Hon. Sec. Hounds went out 36 times last season.
The country consists of one main area of approximately 10 by 20 miles and three other smaller areas of approximately 5 by 5 miles; rolling hills and wooded terrain, chicken coops, post and rails, and natural obstacles.


Live Oak Hounds
c/o C.M. Wood III, jt.-MFH
Live Oak, 676 Live Oak Ln.,
Monticello, Florida 32344.
Established 1974.
Recognized 1979.

HUNT ATTIRE:
Scarlet, Live Oak Green collar. Evening—Scarlet, Live Oak Green collar, Spanish Moss Gray facings. MFHs: (1974) C. Martin Wood III, Live Oak, 676 Live Oak Ln., Monticello, FL 32344, Tel.: 229-226-4105; (1976) Mrs. C. Martin Wood III, Live Oak, 676 Live Oak Ln., Monticello, FL 32344, Tel.: 229-226-4105. HON. SEC.: Mrs. Mercer Fearington, P.O. Box 82, Tallahassee, FL 32302, Tel.: 850-893-0139. HUNTSMEN: C. Martin Wood III, jt.-MFH; (prof) Charles Montgomery. WHIPPERS-IN: Mrs. C. Martin Wood III, jt.-MFH; (prof) Dale Barnett; (prof) Jaquin Gordon; (prof) Michelle Moore; (prof) Piper Parrish; (hon) John B. Reynolds. KENNELMAN: (prof) Zack Emmett. KENNELS: Monticello, Fla. Jefferson County. FOXHOUNDS: 16 1⁄2 English couples, 43 1⁄2 Crossbred couples. HUNTING: Fox, Coyote, Bobcat. SEASON: Mid-August—mid-March. MEET: August—November: Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday. November—March: Wednesday, Friday and Sunday. Visitors permitted to hunt—for details contact the MFHs or the Hon. Sec. Hounds went out 97 times last season.
The country is approximately 20 miles long by 18 miles wide. Open farmlands and pine woods interspersed with heavily wooded creek bottoms. Additional country is composed of shooting plantations where the Hunt meets by invitation. Jumps are chicken coops, tiger traps and post and rails of natural materials over wire.


London Hunt
21354 Denfield Rd.,
RR 41,
London, Ontario N6H 5L2,
Canada.
Established 1885.
Recognized 1885.

HUNT ATTIRE: Scarlet, French grey collar, white waistcoat with French grey checks. Evening—Scarlet, French grey collar, white waistcoat. MFHs: (1972) A. Elizabeth Howlett, 14450 Thirteen Mile Rd, RR #4, Denfield, Ont. N0M 1P0 CAN, Tel.: 519-666-0145; (1978) John W. D. McDonald, 12523 Medway Rd., RR #1, Arva, Ont. N0M 1C0 CAN, Tel.: 519-666-1340; (2005) Charlotte McDonald, 520 William St., London, Ont. N6B 3E6 CAN, Tel.: 519-675-9834. HON. SEC.: Mary Anderson, 13082 Thirteen Mile Rd., RR 4, Denfield, Ont. N0M 1P0 CAN, Tel.: 519-666-0502. HUNTSMAN: (prof) Paul Wilson. WHIPPER-IN: (prof) Yvonne Wilson. KENNELS: Hyde Park, Ont., CAN. FOXHOUNDS: 3 English couples, 31 1⁄2 Crossbred couples. HUNTING: Fox, Coyote. SEASON: Mid-August—early December. MEET: Wednesdays and Saturdays, with Mondays—October and November. Visitors permitted to hunt—for details contact the MFHs. Hounds went out 40 times last season.
The country is approximately 40 miles square northeast and northwest of London, Ont. Large coverts throughout rolling farmland and pasture terrain with open areas along the Medway and Oxbow Creeks, the Thames River and the Ausable River. The country is paneled with post and rails, chicken coops and natural obstacles.


Lonesome Palm Hounds
39883 Prospect Landing Rd.,
Hilliard, Florida 32046-5745.
Established 1991.
Registered 1994.
Recognized 1996.

HUNT ATTIRE: Scarlet coat, Royal Stewart collar with green piping. Evening—Same. MFHs: (1991) Kerry Edward Kornacki, 39883 Prospect Landing Rd., Hilliard, FL 32046, Tel.: 904-845-7571; (2007) Jennifer Kornacki-Brown, 391200 Prospect Landing Rd., Hilliard, FL 32046, Tel.: 904-845-4325. HON. SEC.: Debra Anne Kornacki, 39883 Prospect Landing Rd., Hilliard, FL 32046-5745, Tel.: 904-845-7571. HUNTSMEN: Kerry Edward Kornacki, jt.-MFH; Jennifer Kornacki-Brown, jt.-MFH. WHIPPERS-IN: (hon) Jerry Ganey; (hon) Charles Gillis; (hon) Tanya Nelson; (hon) Rusty Pace; (hon) Richard Woods. KENNELMAN: (prof) Zachary Loveland. KENNELS: Lonesome Palm Farm, Hilliard, Fla. FOXHOUNDS: 1 English couple, 10 Crossbred couples. HUNTING: Drag, Fox, Coyote. SEASON: Mid-September—March. MEET: Wednesdays and alternating weekend days. Visitors permitted to hunt—for details contact the MFHs. Hounds went out 34 times last season.
The country is the timber plantations and state wildlife management areas. Natural obstacles abound in this sandy part of the country and the weather is pleasant throughout the hunting season. The country also consists of the blackwater country of southeast Georgia and northeast Florida which includes swamps and rugged flat terrain. Any suitable fit horse will do. The hunt country is conveniently located near Jacksonville and Fernandina Beach, Fla. as well as Waycross and Brunswick, Ga.


Long Lake Hounds
c/o Cindy Piper
1125 Spring Hill Rd.,
Long Lake, Minnesota 55356.
Established 1959.
Recognized 1960.

HUNT ATTIRE: Scarlet, buff collar, gold piping, canary yellow waistcoat. Evening—Scarlet, buff collar, gold facings. MFHs: (2004) Cynthia S. Piper, 1125 Spring Hill Rd., Long Lake, MN 55356-9395, Tel.: 952-476-1045; (2006) Gerald Brost, 715 Willow Glen Dr., Buffalo, MN 55313, Tel.: 763-228-2212. HON. SEC.: Jeanne Ahrenholz, 9255 County Rd. 6, Maple Plain, MN 55359, Tel.: 952-955-1961. HUNTSMAN: (prof) Avult E. Lehman Jr. WHIPPERS-IN: (hon) Lisa Foster; (hon) Briana Johnson; (hon) Jon A.L. Martinson; (hon) Susan Mills. KENNELMAN: (prof) Dan Zimmerli. KENNELS: Buffalo, Minn., Wright County. FOXHOUNDS: 11 1⁄2 Crossbred couples. HUNTING: Drag. SEASON: Early July—late November. MEET: Wednesdays and Saturdays. Visitors permitted to Hunt; for details contact the Hon. Sec. Hounds went out 40 times last season.
The country is in three areas: Medina in Hennepin County (10 square miles); Independence in Hennepin County (15 square miles); and Minnitrista in Carver County (18 square miles). All are rolling terrain, some woods, much cropland. Fences are coops and post and rails. Any good hunter is suitable.


Long Run Hounds
4701 S. Hwy. 1694,
Prospect, Kentucky 40059.
Established 1961.
Recognized 1968.

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.: Terry Adams, 6810 Windham Pkwy., Prospect, KY 40059, Tel.: 502-228-5088. HUNTSMAN: Sally C. McLaughlin, jt.-MFH. WHIPPERS-IN: (hon) Paul J. Bickel III; (hon) Jane Caldwell; (hon) Joseph A. Caldwell; (hon) John C. Edinger; (hon) Sherra Kapfhammer. KENNELMAN: (prof) Sharon Payton. KENNELS: Simpsonville, Ky. FOXHOUNDS: 24 Penn-Marydel couples. 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 24 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. An 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.


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