Fox Hunting Life with Horse and Hound

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bailys picPhotograph discovered by Baily's in a biscuit tin, dated 1905 on the back, and appearing American.

The historic and well-documented Great Hound Match of 1905 was a face-off between A. Henry Higginson’s Middlesex Hunt (MA) with its English Foxhounds and Harry Worcester Smith of the Grafton Hunt (MA) and his American foxhounds. The Match was held in the then hunting country of the Piedmont Fox Hounds (VA), with each pack alternating hunting days.

Despite the substantial coverage by the press and public interest in the Match at the time―and ever since―something has been missing.

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# Tim Hackworth 2021-08-31 22:53
Great story! Always interesting to me to find Kentucky (Walker) blood behind some of the early Virginia pack hounds.
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# Judith Wilson 2021-09-01 11:59
Cool!!!
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