Category Archives: Hunt Report

Opening Hunt Traditions

One thing I really enjoy about hunting and horses in general is the repetition. Though our lives change, nature is comfortably predictable. Every year, fall brings thicker coats, foliage –and now, all the anxious anticipation and glory of Opening Hunt. … Continue reading

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Joint Meet With Goshen

Yesterday I hunted with Goshen for the first time. Just like when I hunt anywhere, I washed my horse, cleaned my tack and got all my clothes and boots ready the night before. I had a celebratory sip of the Castle Hill … Continue reading

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Ok, so sue me

I intended to post regularly this season…but new job, new marriage, and riding itself…you know. Excuses, excuses. In any case, it was an exciting and exhilarating hunt season! The highlights since last time: My husband and I were The Fox … Continue reading

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Opening Hunt

From my last bout of posting you may be wondering about how Opening Hunt actually went! Well here is my writeup for Horse Nation. And here it is republished in Foxhunting Life.  (that was an honor!) I didn’t mention it … Continue reading

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Conquering the Ditch of Death at B’s

Today I rode L’s horse Blue (more on him at a future date–it’s an amazing story I plan to write and submit around). It was an exciting day for me since it was the first time I got to wear … Continue reading

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Three. Hours. Of Hunting.

Maybe one day I’ll look back on this and laugh…but as of right now, I can count on one hand the number of two-hour-plus rides I’ve done in my life. Twenty minutes in I was convinced my ankles were going … Continue reading

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Windsor at A’s Farm

A drizzly, slow day today (well, slow by foxhunter standards, anyway), with about 30-40 people riding in one field. The only jumping and cantering we did was trying to get the horses past bees in the woods…had to go up … Continue reading

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