Fox Hunting Life with Horse and Hound

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rolling hills.linda.kleckThe author, leading the field / Nancy Kleck photoMasters, staff, and field of the Blue Ridge Hunt are thankful for the recent Martin Luther King holiday. We always advance the meet from our usual Tuesday to any Monday holiday to give the juniors a chance to hunt. With the Virginia hunting country enveloped in sub-freezing arctic air on Tuesday, Monday’s “storybook” hunt—fifty-five minutes on one fox—was a special gift.

The meet was at Catherine Berger’s Rolling Hills Farm. Hounds found their fox in the first covert where it was viewed across the open fields by a car follower. Before horses were even warmed up, we found ourselves racing to the first fence—a brand-new, raw, double-wide coop standing high on its timbers.

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# K R 2013-01-30 10:48
# Denya Massey 2013-01-31 21:31
Jealous...... totally jealous.
# Nancy Kleck 2013-02-01 18:32
As a hilltopper who photographs whatever action comes our way, we were lucky to see so much that day, but Linda's article made the day that much more memorable. Thank you Norm! Love your site!

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