Welcome to The Hunt
Your ultimate guide to the thrilling world of fox hunting across America. Whether you’re an avid enthusiast or a curious beginner, this page will serve as your compass to discover upcoming special annual or one-time hunt weekends, hunt weeks, opening and closing meets, hunt race weekends, and more. These amazing events bring together friends from hunts across the country, to enjoy a destination experience, a warm get-away from colder weather or to enjoy the sport they love in a new setting.
If you like to include your Hunt weekend or week in this list, please get in touch with Maggie Johnston at firstname.lastname@example.org. A website link, a Facebook page link, a PDF flier with event information, activities for spouses or significant others, friends and family to enjoy during hunts, hunt ball or party information, stabling, and housing. Hirelings and other event information are always helpful!
Events & Resources
1) Old Dominion Hounds' 100th Anniversary Hunt Ball and Celebration.
Details to follow.
Contact Betsy Burke Parker:
540-229-2048 or email@example.com.
518-928-0939 or firstname.lastname@example.org
703-431-1613 or email@example.com
540-229-2048 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Genesee Valley Hunt territory, in Geneseo, NY.
Shakerag territory in Georgia
Genesee Valley Hunt territory, in NY
Sunday, March 3, 2024 in Rapidan, Virginia
Mr. Stewart's Cheshire Foxhounds
Friday, March 8, 2024 in Pennsylvania
De La Brooke Foxhounds
Friday, March 22, 2024 in Leonardtown, Maryland
Here's a list of professional hauling services for longer-distance trips. Please ask about the required health certifications needed to cross state lines with livestock. If you would like to be listed please contact Maggie Johnston at email@example.com
Would your hunt like to host a hunt weekend or week, or maybe a Vixen Hunt? We can help promote your event and can host payment portals for event registration. Please get in touch with Maggie Johnston at firstname.lastname@example.org to plan your next special hunt event!
Frequently Asked Questions
As always, check directly with each hunt to ensure if a license is needed.
South Carolina: Yes (for live hunts only)
If you're passionate about fox hunting and want to share the experience, consider introducing newcomers through events like introductory hunts or offering mentorship. Emphasize safety, ethics, and the joy of being outdoors.
Essential equipment includes appropriate clothing, safety riding gear, a well-trained horse (if riding), and accessories. Understanding and investing in the right gear enhances both safety and enjoyment.
Many hunts welcome family participation, but it's essential to consider the nature of the hunt and the age and experience of the children. Some hunts organize family-friendly events, providing a safe and enjoyable introduction for younger participants. Always check with the hunt organizers beforehand.