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I'm Outta Here!

 Blue Ridge Hunt 10-3-14 Fox gives chaseLIGHTENED2

Photographer Nancy Kleck caught Charlie streaking, and Blue Ridge Hunt field members staring, at a recent meet at Catherine Berger's Rolling Hills Farm near the Shenandoah River. Click photo for larger view.

Quick on the Draw!


Photographer Jim Duggan, out with the Golden’s Bridge Hounds in New York, had to be as quick on the draw as Wyatt Earp to capture this amazing shot. “A slight movement in the weeds and there he was, and as quick as a flash, he was gone!” said Jim.

Reflections on a Hunting Day

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Photographer Cathy Summers positioned herself perfectly to capture this image of Farmington Hunt’s (VA) first flight moving off from the meet at Hidden Fox Farm. Fortunately it was a still day, rendering the reflections as clear as the subjects. More photos can be seen on Cathy’ website.

Posted December 15, 2014

Behind Enemy Lines

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Photographer Jim Duggan was perfectly positioned to catch this clever coyote stealthily sneaking behind the field of the Golden’s Bridge Hounds (NY) at Vaile Lane.

Posted November 28, 2014

Portrait of a Foxhound

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Denya Clarke captured this compelling and artistic image of North Cotswold Mousetrap—an English foxhound with aristocratic bearing, royal bloodlines, but perhaps a less than regal name!

Nigel Peel, MFH and huntsman of the North Cotswold tells us she is a star in his pack. We asked about her unusual markings.

“I suspect the colouring comes from her lines to Blencathra Glider and possible from Duke of Beaufort's Mostyn,” Nigel writes. “Her sister Monday has brown spots. Both are both very good hunters and way back have lines to New Forest Meddig.”

Posted Nov. 17, 2014

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