Fox Hunting Life with Horse and Hound

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Four-year-old Trevor (left) meets one-year-old Driver (right).

Courtesy of Full Cry: A Hound Blog

WHAT a beautiful day Saturday was! It started with a crashing thunderstorm that prevented me from riding over to catch our trailer ride to the day's hound walk, so we houndbloggers went out with the hounds on foot for what turned out to be a Very Special Morning.

Iroquois huntsman Lilla Mason brought the hounds, including one-year-old Driver and many of the BA litter, to Boone Valley Farm instead of to the usual meeting point on the farm across from The Corners. The change of location was exciting to the hounds. The older hounds, Paper among them now, associate Boone Valley with nearby Pauline's Ridge, one of the richest coyote coverts in the hunt country and understandably a place that holds great interest for experienced hunting hounds.

To the puppies, the field trip was especially exciting. New sights, sounds, and, most importantly, scents! New country to explore!

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+1 # Cheryl Microutsicos 2010-08-30 05:10
Enjoyed the video and article. Trevor looks like he's going to be hooked! "Don't help me, Mom," when he was dismounting--ho w cute!
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