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Tryon Hounds Mentoring Program, Yankee in Paris at Iroqouis Hunter Paces, for Sept. 19, 2019 by Masters of Foxhounds Association of America We learn what a Fixture is, Danielle Santos from Charles Owen helmets talks about the most popular models in the Hunt Field, Tryon Hounds MFH Rebecca Barnes chats about their mentoring program and blogger Carleigh Fedorka (A Yankee In Paris) talks about how Hunter Paces help her OTTB’s become solid citizens. Hosted by Emily Esterson and Tara Tibbetts.

Calling all Juniors! The list of qualifying meets for the 2019 JNAFHC is available online at Qualifying meets are organized in all 16 MFHA districts throughout the hunting season and the Championship location changes every year. Safety, land conservation, horse and hound care, and ethical hunting practices are the pillars of the program. This year the JNAFHC Championship will take place on November 8 and 9 in The Plains, Virginia. This marks the first year that the MFHA will collaborate in support of the JNAFHC series. To learn more, keep an eye out for an article in this month's e-Covertside or visit

We are excited to announce that the MFHA HQ Museum is now open to the public Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at our new Headquarters at 301 East Washington Street in Middleburg, VA. Come by and see us and enjoy our fine collection of sporting art and decor! 📸 courtesy of Joanne Maisano |

AAEA's 39th Annual Open Juried Exhibition - American Academy of Equine Art

The 39th Annual Open Juried Exhibition will be September 20-October 26. We're very excited to announce that it will be held at the new headquarters of the Masters of Fox Hunt Associations in Middleburg, Virginia! Eligibility: This competition is open to all artists 18 years of age or older in North....

Please join us September 20-October 26 at the new MFHA headquarters in Middleburg, Virginia for the the 39th American Academy of Equine Art Annual Open Juried Exhibition. This show features original 2 and 3-dimensional work from the finest equine artists in North America. To learn more, please visit the AAEA's website by clicking the link below.