- Marcia Brody
The Theodora A. Randolph North American Field Hunter Championships marked its 27th anniversary in 2015. Will Coleman, representing Keswick, was crowned champion of the large owner-rider division on his thoroughbred gelding Flying Aces, who is in his third season of hunting. Coleman hunts with both Keswick and Piedmont, and reminisces that he won the competiton on a horse called Big Boy about 10 years ago, "This is a great championship for foxhunters. Lots of good horses and good riders, and much more depth to the horses and riders than there was 10 years ago." He encourages people to take advantage of the opportunity, saying, "This is a wonderful week for the people to participate. Four great hunts in Northern Virginia. Kudos to all of the people who put in the hard work to make this happen, judges included."