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Free Hunting Horn Ringtones

Select and download your favorite call on the hunting horn for your own cell phone ringtone!

Courtesy of two-time National Horn Blowing Champion John Tabachka, Foxhunting Life will provide mp3 audio files of the horn calls (or M4R files specifically for iPhone) from John’s popular FHL video, Calls on the Horn.

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Hunt Breakfast Recipe Contest Winners

juliet.bread2Juliet Mackay-Smith, chef and proprietor of Locke Modern Country Storecontest_winnerResults are in for our Hunt Breakfast Recipe Contest! Our judge Juliet Mackay-Smith has made her selections, and we will pin the winning recipes with a blue ribbon within the website so readers will know which recipes have received these honors.

“Born into a foxhunting family, I have had first-hand experience of what makes for satisfying fare at a hunt breakfast...both for the hosts to prepare and for the guests to consume," said Mackay-Smith.

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Reader Survey - Poetry

A recent FHL News item, “The Happiest Pair in Ireland” (above), reported that a reworked version of Will Ogilvie’s poem, “The Happiest Man in England” (just above) was read to the bride and groom. The News report reminded us of that wonderful Ogilvie poem—the original, that is—and we hope readers will enjoy it here.

Ogilvie and others wrote many brilliant foxhunting poems which we would like to share from time to time and collect in our Literature section, but only if readers have an appetite for poetry. Please help us publish what you like by taking this quick survey.

Reader Survey - Point-to-Points

pollAll sanctioned steeplechase meets are covered by the Steeplechase Times (and other publications), and interested race followers are well-advised to seek their excellent coverage. Unsanctioned hunt point-to-points, however, are not covered by S-T. Since FHL views steeplechasing as yet another dimension of the foxhunting year, we have brought you weekly reports of many of the hunt meets throughout the spring season, featuring the award-winning photography of Douglas Lees. Please help us publish what you like by taking this quick survey.

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2013 Unveiled!

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Here’s our Foxhunting Life 2013 Calendar, featuring all new photos and ready to ship on September 1. We’ve been publishing this appointments calendar since 1998—first for the MFHA and now for Foxhunting Life—and our annual collection of foxhunting images continues to represent the finest examples of the sporting photographer’s art.

It’s a joyful task each year to choose the cover photo for our calendar. This year, Liz Callar’s low angle shot of Orange County’s red ring-necked American foxhounds—ears flying and exuberantly gamboling in front  (where hounds should be!) of huntsman Stephen “Reg” Spreadborough, who is standing in the irons looking on ahead—jumped out at us as the perfect cover shot. It speaks to the color and action of sport in the field as we love it to be.

As before, photos of the hound show grand champions that you’ve been reading about in FHL throughout the hound show season are still to be found inside the back cover.

Foxhunting Life calendars will prove to be indispensable in keeping track of your busy schedule while they brighten up your tack room and kitchen. And they make great gifts for your party hosts and for landowners in your hunting country.

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