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.
Leigha Crisp, of Camden Hunt, showing Traveler in her third year of Junior Handler competition. Photo by Summer Crisp.
Leigha gave her younger brother, Axton, 9, a few tips before he took Mulberry into the ring. Summer Crisp photo.
The New Market-Middletown Valley junior squad shows plenty of enthusiasm at Morven Park! Photo by M. Drum.
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.
A determined group from Camden Hunt heads out to practice! Photo by Casey Swartz.
Ember is well presented by Sedgefield Hunt's Victoria Mann, 8, at the Virginia Foxhound Show. Photo by M. Drum.
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.
A quiet moment in the shade between child and hound. Rolling Rock Hunt's Maggie Ranier, 9, and William. Photo by Ron Ranier.