Fox Hunting Life with Horse and Hound

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tot goodwin.kalergis.crop"Tot" Goodwin and his Midland Crossbreds / Mary Kalergis photo

Jefferson “Tot” Goodwin and his wife Colleen have established a new hunt, the Goodwin Hounds, to hunt country in Inman, Statesville, and Union, North Carolina. The country was previously hunted by the Stonebroke Hounds which disbanded in the late 1990s. Landowners seem to be prepared to welcome the return of foxhunting to the area.

Not long ago there were there were four hunts in the Foothills area in the northwestern part of the state: Green Creek Hounds, Tryon Hounds, Greenville County Hounds hunting the Gowensville area, and Stonebroke Hounds hunting in Inman. The Greenville country has been assigned to Tryon by the MFHA, and Goodwin has permission to hunt from landowners in the old Stonebroke country. He plans to start small and has applied to the MFHA for Registration.

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# Guest 2018-08-29 22:27
Please keep me advised. I was privileged to hunt in joint meets in the 90’s behind Tot and recall great houndwork and sport. Good luck!
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# paula michaels 2018-09-18 21:48
Contact info please. I have a friend who would like to hunt with you. Lovely rider!
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