In most parts of the U.S. this time of year brings out the truly avid fox hunter hoping that the weather will break just enough that the day’s hunting won’t be canceled. Those readers who are lovers of Fox Hunting … Read More
This article “The Cavalry School Hunt” is reprinted from “Hunting in the United States and Canada” by A. Henry Higginson and Julian Ingersoll Chamberlain, 1928
Although it’s rather long, this post from the 1938 edition, “Foxhunting is Different” is a good read. The author gives an interesting account of Colonel Washington, the Foxhunter. And who doesn’t enjoy the artwork of the infamous Paul Brown?
The following article about the Infantry Hunt at Fort Benning, Georgia is taken from “Hunting in the United States and Canada” printed in 1928. The work was compiled by A. Henry Higginson and Julian Ingersoll Chamberlain. “During the World War, … Read More
The 1928 edition of “Hunting in the United States and Canada” by Higginson and Chamberlain, has a unique account of the Artillery Hunt at Fort Sill, Oklahoma. It’s included in this blog post for the enjoyment of fox hunting history … Read More
The Eleventh Cavalry Hunt, organized in October 1909, was the first organized Army Hunt in America. One of the downloads that you received when you signed up for U.S. Horseman News was “Fox and Drag Hounds in the Army” from … Read More