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I'm Outta Here

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Jane Ramsey from the Lewisville Hunt sent us this photo of a flying fox in a beautiful Pennsylvania landscape. It was snapped by her friend David Amos who hunts on foot with his camera.

Shangri-La?

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Huntsman Claire Buchy Anderson takes the Santa Ynez Valley Hounds (CA) to the next draw. This little corner of hunting heaven was captured by photographer Jennifer Calderwood.

 

Posted February 5, 2013

The Cheshire in Winter

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I can get lost in a photo like this. There is so much to see and so much that is felt rather than seen. In the foreground are huntsman Ivan Dowling and whipper-in Stephanie Boyer, obviously communicating. Hounds, though bright and lively, are squinting to keep the snow out of their eyes. The horses and riders in the field behind, sharing the cameraderie of nature's excess, are softened and silenced by the thickly falling snowflakes into what looks more like a painting than a photograph. Photographer Diana Rowland gives us a good one!

Posted January 28, 2013

Huntsman in Training

IMG 4031Blue Ridge huntsman Guy Allman's daughter Olivia on her first field hunter with mom Fran Harding keeping her in the middle. In case you don't recognize the horn call, Olivia is blowing "Happy New Year!" to all!

For the Joy of It!

bruce miller.jim grahamJim Graham photoPhotographer Jim Graham captured an exuberant Bruce Miller—MFH and Field Master of Mr. Stewart’s Cheshire Foxhounds—in a moment that conveys by expression and posture the pure joy of galloping cross country. From Miller’s dainty grip on his stick to the loop in his reins, this is a picture of a confident rider on a trustworthy horse.

F. Bruce Miller was the trainer of five-time champion and Hall of Fame steeplechase horse, Lonesome Glory. Miller raced over fences himself, is still an active trainer who has topped the Leading Earners’ list more than once, and is the father of champion jockeys Blythe and Chip Miller.

The Cheshire members are celebrating their one hundredth anniversary this year and, as the photo attests, are still enjoying great sport!

Posted November 18, 2012

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