Yesterday we had a joint meet with Tanheath in Pomfret, Connecticut. It was a beautiful day and it seems a shame to miss out on any opportunity to explore some new territory. It was only 24 degrees when we left the barn but had warmed up to a whopping 27 during the hour and 20Continue reading “Joint Hunt with Tanheath 11/6”
Saturday, October 8th we hunted from Red Rail Farm. It was a really beautiful day — up in the mid-70s and sunny — and we had a nice large turn out. The hunt started from one of the most beautiful fields around offering a fabulous view of the hounds as they started to work. WeContinue reading “Hunt Report: Red Rail, October 8th”
In case you missed it, there was a nice article in the Concord Patch about ONBH which gave a nice plug for our Learn to Hunt Clinic. You can read it here.
The New England Hunts 81st Annual Foxhound Show was held on June 13, 2010, and was hosted by the Myopia Hunt Club in Hamilton, MA. We are very proud of our hounds who received the recognition they deserve. Championship – Best American Dog or Bitch ONBH Dandy – Shown by Sue Corey Trophy – Millwood Hunt ChallengeContinue reading “Results from the Hound Show!”
Is my horse ready/suitable for hunting? I get asked this question frequently by my friends who would like to try hunting but are still nervous about the whole hunting environment. Galloping horses, hounds, varied terrain and jumping all combine to make even accomplished equestrians somewhat apprehensive. The truth is, you won’t know until you tryContinue reading “Is your horse ready to hunt?”
Ever wonder how the hounds get ready for the spring season? Here’s a behind the scenes glimpse thanks to Dan LeBlanc. Not only do we get to see the hounds trained, we also get to see how the foxes are trained!