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Welcome to the Princess Anne Hunt
(est. 1927)

Foxhunting the Historic James River Plantations


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Technical
Trace Carson
Travis Gibson

Events
  Marcy Molinaro- Event Coordinator

Membership  Coordinator

Liz Stack

Invoicing
Debbie Hackman


2020 PAH Online Auction 2 Now Open!

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2020 PAH Online Auction 2

MEMBERSHIP NEWS

As responsible stewards of the Hunt, the Board has unanimously voted to increase annual dues in order to make necessary improvements to our kennels, barn and the Huntsman's housing as well to keep pace with the rising cost of living. This is the first increase to dues in over seven years and every effort was made to keep the increases at a nominal level.

The new dues schedule is as follows and will take effect for existing members after the PAH Annual Meeting in May 2020:

  • Family Membership - $450 per quarter (increase of $15/quarter)
  • Single Membership - $350 per quarter (increase of $15/quarter)
  • Hunt Supporter - $100 per quarter (increase of $5/quarter)

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Recent News

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  • 24 Sep 2019 7:33 PM | Christine Sweet (Administrator)

    Charles City County Ruritan Club hosted their annual Steak Feast, September 19th, on the bank of the James River, on beautiful Berkeley Plantation. Established over 60 years ago, this civic organization help lead good causes, such as the Charles City Library campaign and scholarships for high school students. PAH were represented by Robin and Eric Strom and Sue and Martyn Blackmore as volunteer food servers. Eric and Martyn joined the male grillers who all cooked the "man-sized steaks", Sue and Robin had the less smoky and cooler job of dishing out bread rolls and salad! There were many community members and landowners in attendance plus a few PAH members. A fun evening! - Sue Blackmore

  • 23 Sep 2019 8:16 PM | Christine Sweet (Administrator)

    PAH were warmly greeted at Whippoorwill Farm during their VHSA Associate Horse Show, Sunday September 22nd. Merri Musso set up a superb booth, introducing the show riders to the history of fox hunting, and Master Travis set up refreshments and finger food for anyone visiting the booth. Assistants, Denise and Brooke, are fast becoming great ambassadors for PAH, expertly guided by Merri. If Clinton had not have been working, he would have been there too! Martyn and Sue brought along 4 hounds - Huckleberry, Daystar, Moonbeam and new girl, Breezy. They were excellently behaved (kept on leashes) and were happy to hang out in the shade of the pop up tents. They attracted many visitors, of all ages, and inspired many great questions regarding hunting and hounds. We all fell in love with one 8 year old young man who kept returning to hang out with the hounds. Respectful, full of knowledge and now a hound lover. Hopefully he and his 14 year old sister (who has the most laid-back paint pony) will come and hunt with us!! A wonderful few hours and an ideal PR opportunity for us. - Sue Blackmore

  • 20 Sep 2019 11:11 AM | Trace Carson (Administrator)
    2019-2020

    Sunday, October 6, 2019 – Landowners Picnic - PAH Kennels

    Saturday, October 26, 2019 - Opening Meet at Sherwood Forest

    Sunday, November 17, 2019 - Oyster Roast Fund Raiser

    Saturday, December 14, 2019 - Hunt Breakfast at Caviler Hotel

    Thursday, December 26, 2019 -  Boxing Day Hunt Breakfast at Cul’s Grille

    January/February 2020 – Membership Breakfast

    March 2020 – Closing Meet, Sherwood Forest

    March 2020  – Bonus Hunt

    Saturday, March 21, 2020  – Hunt Ball

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About Princess Anne Hunt

Founded in 1927 and recognized by the Masters of Foxhounds Association (MFHA) in 1937, Princess Anne Hunt (PAH) is located in Charles City County and our Hunt Territory extends from Richmond to Williamsburg and from King William County to Suffolk.

Princess Anne Hunt is privileged to hunt the beautiful farmlands and historic plantations along the James River. We welcome visitors and if you are interested in riding with us or visiting a hunt on foot, please contact one of us.

Princess Anne Hunt meets on Wednesdays and Saturdays (Sundays during the deer hunting season) from October through March.  The Hunt maintains approximately 25 couple  of Old English, English and Crossbred fox hounds with kennels and stables located on the grounds of Sherwood Forest Plantation in the heart of the Hunt’s present day territory. 

On this web site, you will find information about the history of our Hunt, the beautiful and historic fixtures that we have the privilege to hunt on and an updated calendar of exciting events.  Please look around this site to learn more and to explore membership opportunities.

Sincerely,

Travis D. Gibson, MFH
Dee Dee Mausteller, MFH
Edward D. Mitchell, MFH

Masters of Foxhounds

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