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Rombout Hunt Celebrates Their 75th Opening Meet
The gloomy upstate New York skies couldn’t overshadow the opening meet of the 75th anniversary of the Rombout Hunt on Oct. 2. Some 45 riders, including 15 juniors from 6 to 15, assembled at Jt.-MFH Suzie Cannavino’s Gone Away Farm in Hyde Park to celebrate.
“I remember Rombout’s 50th anniversary. We need to be thankful every day that we can continue this fantastic sport. It combines so many different elements enjoyed by the participants, which is probably why it draws such a diverse group of people, whether on horseback, foot or car,” Cannavino said.
“Rombout has been fortunate to have a thriving Pony Club, Running Fox, associated with it, so today it’s a family club for many,” she added. “When I see how much the kids love it, I know the sport’s future is in good hands in Rombout country and heading to the 100th.”
The meet commenced as Huntsman Vincent Tartaglia led the parade of 18 couple, including 41