THIS WEEK IN...
Horses, Hounds, and Wishes: the Poems of William Ogilvie by Erica Libhart
A short biography of Will Ogilvie, foxhunting’s favorite poet, and a sampler of 3 of his published works.
Time Goes By by Cree Lause
A hard-hunting grandmother slows down to introduce her 5-year-old granddaughter to the hunting field; 2 years later she must rediscover her mojo to keep up.
The Foxhunter Who Became Britain’s Leading Conservative Thinker
Remembering Sir Roger Scruton, who wrote: “My life divides into three parts. In the first I was wretched; in the second ill at ease; in the third hunting.”
North Kerry Harriers at Glin Castle by Dickie Power
Elegant ladies riding aside, a castle harking back to Strongbow, and a field of accomplished sportsmen and women, in text and photos
...Photo of the Week
A snow-covered foxhunter’s expression of utter satisfaction after a wintry snowfall brightens the drabness of the frost-killed fields and bare trees.