Fox Hunting Life with Horse and Hound

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All civilized societies adopt rules and conventions that allow individuals to interact without conflict. By the same token, unique activities, and especially activities involving a measure of risk (motor driving, sailing, foxhunting), develop of necessity their own unique rules and conventions that help assure a safe and pleasant outcome at the end of the day for all participants. Thus, the courtesies and conventions of the hunting field, developed over the centuries, aim to produce an environment in which the sport may flourish pleasurably and safely.

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+1 # Catherine C. Murdock 2010-07-22 11:54
Please add to your Visiting section

Seek out the Field Secretary and pay your capping fee and sign a release form before you get on your horse. It is appreciated when your payments is enclosed in an envelope bearing your name and address.

Thank you
Bundles - Field Secy. - OCH
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