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July 2018 Covertside Online Newsletter

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At our Biennial Seminar, Marlborough Hunt's (MD) Penn-Marydels represented the type of hound closest to those hunted by President Washington at Mount Vernon. Photo by Joanne Maisano.

Our free monthly email newsletter is out, including reports from the 2018 Biennial Seminar sessions on history, hounds, and hunt country. On August 1, we're switching to send Covertside Online on the first of the month, so if you didn't find it in your inbox, sign up here: http://ecovertside.net/component/content/article/2-covertside-magazine/702-sign-up-to-receive-ecovertside-in-your-mailbox-monthly?Itemid=286

July 2018 Covertside Online Newsletter

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At our Biennial Seminar, Marlborough Hunt's (MD) Penn-Marydels represented the type of hound closest to those hunted by President Washington at Mount Vernon. Photo by Joanne Maisano.

Our free monthly email newsletter is out, including reports from the 2018 Biennial Seminar sessions on history, hounds, and hunt country. On August 1, we're switching to send Covertside Online on the first of the month, so if you didn't find it in your inbox, sign up here: http://www.ecovertside.net/component/content/article/2-covertside-magazine/702-sign-up-to-receive-ecovertside-in-your-mailbox-monthly?Itemid=286

Great news from the legal case involving Headwaters Hounds (CO), as the jury finds in favor of the hunt in all three areas: the complaining neighbors failed to prove their nuisance claim; the neighbors defamed the Master and huntsman, Alison Brown, and caused economic damage to the hunt through false claims online and in print; and the hunt's activities fall within the statutory definition of an agricultural activity. We'll have more on this important case later this week.

Deep Run Hunt (VA) professional whipper-in Chelsea Rae Kellerhouse shared this image of the next generation coming along at their recent summer hound camp. Assisting huntsman John Harrison are Oliver Andrews, 4, and Layla Ford, 13.

We wish all our members north of the border a happy Canada Day 🇨🇦 From The Hamilton Hunt Club's (ON) holiday horse show, here is a stirring image that may well prove to be their 2028 field master 😉 Photo courtesy of the Hamilton Hunt.

Cameron Sadler, MFH Moore County Hounds, continued the discussion of Penn-Marydel qualities of cry and providing great sport even in tough scenting conditions. At about the 3:15 mark, we get a good look at Marlborough Hunt's Vice Admiral '15, judged third overall out of 35 entries at Wicomico's Performance Trials in extreme weather last season.

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