On November 9, 103 young hunt members took center stage at the 17th annual Junior North America Field Hunter Championships, which was held at the picturesque Old Whitewood Farm in The Plains, Virginia.
The National Sporting Library in Middleburg, Virginia, welcomes esteemed sporting artist Andre Pater on November 15, 6 PM-9 PM.
On October 12, 24 finalists from all over the U.S. and Canada competed in the 31st annual Theodora A. Randolph Field Hunter Championship. The event was held at Glenwood Park in Middleburg, Virginia, as a prequel to the Virginia Fall Races. The popular event is judged according to the manners, style and suitability of foxhunting mounts, with judges being selected from various foxhunts.
Responsible Individuals Developing Equine Relationships & Skills (RIDERS) is a youth non-profit founded by Carine Cardisco-Stava, the Hon. Secretary of North Hills Hunt. Since its founding in 2006, RIDERS has dedicated itself to promoting the physical, emotional, and social development of underprivileged adolescents and young adults through the use of equestrian training.
On September 19, the MFHA hosted the grand opening of the American Academy of Equine Art's 39th Annual Open Juried Exhibition at their new headquarters in Middleburg, Virginia. Dozens of original two- and three-dimensional pieces are featured from over 40 of the top equine artists in North America.
The exhibit will continue to be open to the public at the MFHA headquarters until October 26th. Visitors may view the exhibits Monday through Saturday, 10 AM - 4 PM. The address is 301 East Washington Street, Middleburg, VA, 20117.