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As a community, sportsmen and women are committed to passing along our traditions and protecting foxhunting's future.

Combining children and friendly hounds is always a terrific recipe!

From New Jersey to South Carolina, from toddlers to teens, enjoy these photographs of the up-and-coming next generation. 

 

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 Leigha Crisp, of Camden Hunt, showing Traveler in her third year of Junior Handler competition. Photo by Summer Crisp.  

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Leigha gave her younger brother, Axton, 9, a few tips before he took Mulberry into the ring. Summer Crisp photo.

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The New Market-Middletown Valley junior squad shows plenty of enthusiasm at Morven Park! Photo by M. Drum.

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Windy Hollow Hunt's Raven gives her Junior Handler the seal of approval at the New Jersey Interhunt Puppy Show. Photo by her proud grandmother, via Chris Burrowswood, huntsman.

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 A determined group from Camden Hunt heads out to practice! Photo by Casey Swartz.

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Ember is well presented by Sedgefield Hunt's Victoria Mann, 8, at the Virginia Foxhound Show. Photo by M. Drum.

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The "Keswick Cubs" prepare to storm the rings in Virginia under the eyes of Huntsman Tony Gammell and First Whipper-in Sommers Olinger. Photo by M. Drum.

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A quiet moment in the shade between child and hound. Rolling Rock Hunt's Maggie Ranier, 9, and William. Photo by Ron Ranier.

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