- Katy Carter
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
East Walpole, MA – Monday, December 10, 2012 – East Walpole Massachusetts resident and artist JT Harding has officially launched the companion animal portraiture component of his fine art business, and he is currently taking commissions. Harding, originally from a Philadelphia said he has always been a big animal lover and it shows in the soulful likeness he captures in each of his portraits. “My first oil portrait was of my cat BoBo. Friends saw the painting and began to commission me to paint their dogs,” commented Harding. But, it wasn’t until a recent horse commission that he realized how passionate he had become about painting companion animals. “I just fell in love with portraying the majesty of the equine,” stated Harding.
Andrews Bridge Foxhounds is having their first annual Fall Hunter Pace on Sunday, November 11, 2012 at the club's home hunting territory in southern Lancaster County, Pa.
Teams may ride on one of four divisions: Open, Family, Juniors or Hunt Teams. Riders signing up as a hunt team are encouraged to wear their hunt's colors or cubbing attire.
An Andrews Bridge Foxhounds perpetual trophy will be awarded to the team coming closest to the ideal time.
More information is available at wwww.andrewsbridgefoxhounds.com or 215-519-0154.
The Fairfield County Hounds Hunter Pace
October 21, 2012 in Bridgewater, CT
The FCH hunter pace is a unique opportunity to ride in exclusive territory on some of the best and most beautiful trails in Connecticut. Divisions: Hunt, Pleasure, Western, Junior. Info and entry forms available at: www.fairfieldcountyhounds.com/events/hunter-pace
Hunt Night at the Warrenton Horse Show is one of those annual Labor Day weekend events that signals the end of summer and the rapid approach of the hunting season. What used to be an official series of 5 competitions is now two -- Warrenton in September and the Pennsylvania National Horse Show in October. Despite the rain, foxhunters demonstrated their hardiness and the competition -- and the parties -- went on late into the night.