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going_homeGoing home. Time to start composing a hunt report!  /  Karen L. Myers photoWho had a good day with hounds yesterday? Foxhunters like to know. What did your hounds do that made you proud? Tell us about it.

Fred Berry, MFH, Sedgefield Hunt (NC) came up with an idea to make it easier for hunts to submit hunt reports for publication. Berry suggests that we publish a simple form—Hunt Report: Short Form—that huntsmen or Masters can fill out directly on their screen. Foxhunting Life will publish these reports which will be accessible to all, subscribers and nonsubscribers alike.

Here’s how it works. We have provided a link to the Hunt Report: Short Form on (1) our Home Page (left column, under "Using FHL"), on (2) our Facebook page, and on (3) our bi-monthly e-letters to all subscribers. Just click on the link, fill out the form, click "Submit," and you're done!

Hunts that have their hunt reports posted on FHL can provide links on their home pages and on their Facebook pages for their members and friends to access the reports.

The reports will also appear on those hunt's own pages on FHL. Find any hunt's page by clicking on Hunt Club Pages under the Horse and Hound drop-down menu.

As always, we welcome your comments and constructive suggestions, especially as to how we can make Berry’s great idea work even better.

Posted October 24, 2011


+2 # Rachel Garcia 2011-10-26 17:35
Excellent idea!
+1 # Cheryl Yeoman 2011-10-28 14:25
I commented on facebook that I think it is a great idea,looking forward to the reports !!
+1 # Janice Sensi 2011-11-05 07:21
Is this for recognized packs only? Would be a shame, if so...
+1 # Norman Fine 2011-11-05 11:53
This is for any pack of foxhounds hunting in a spirit of good sportsmanship and respecting the rights of neighboring packs, whether registered or not.

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