Fox Hunting Life with Horse and Hound

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belle meade.reflected gloryEpp Wilson leads foxhounds, staff, and field. / Reflected Glory photo

The radio crackled.“Tally-Ho coyote at the Catfish Pond headed west.”

It was the first day of our annual Joint Meet weekend with the Shakerag Hounds (GA), and we had just unkenneled 22-1/2 couple of hounds. Whipper-in John Bell had already left—standard operating procedure—to get into position for the draw and viewed the coyote away even before we put hounds in. Tally Ho Lake is in the southeast corner of our hunting territory, where only two herds of cattle remain in our entire country.

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+1 # Judith Wilson 2019-02-26 09:10
It was a wild ride, for sure!!
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# Dr. Steven Thomas, MFH 2019-02-26 10:05
Well done Epp. I'm exhausted just reading this!
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# Laura Hunt 2019-02-26 12:54
Well done!
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# Peter Grady 2019-03-12 11:48
"Cracking" as the Brits say !!!!
I'm going to have a rest.
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