Fox Hunting Life with Horse and Hound

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Limestone Creek Hunt (NY) celebrated the start of their official season with an annual Parade of Hounds. Professional huntsman Lori Gronau and staff took hounds and field from the village green, through the town, to the site of the meet.

This year, the hunt invited the Beaver Meadow Foxhounds (ON) and the Green Mountain Hounds (VT) to join the Parade of Hounds and Opening Meet, all on the morning of September 11, 2016. Before hounds moved off, a traditional Blessing of Hounds ceremony was held.

Spectators were invited to view the parade and attend the blessing. Limestone Creek is a 501(c)3 organization, and holds the annual parade and other events such as trail rides, hunter paces, foot races, hunt clinics, and hunt balls to help educate future foxhunters about the sport and about conservation, preservation, and good land stewardship.

Limestone Creek’s pack of mostly Crossbred hounds hunts fox and coyote live and follows the occasional drag. Masters are John and Barbara Anderson, Nelson and Renee Eddie, and Barbara Lindberg.

Click for the complete EagleNewsOnline article for photo and more details. For information about the Limestone Creek Hunt, visit their website, FaceBook page, or communicate via email.

Posted September 13, 2016

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