Sport: Foxhunters

There are two ways of fox hunting in the U. S. One is the elegant English style of riding to hounds. You gallop over a paneled countryside, jumping fences and ditches in breathless pursuit of a pack of hounds that are in breathless pursuit of a fugitive fox. The other is a strictly native procedure, evolved in the mountain country of the south. You sit on a fence, following the unaccompanied chase by ear.

Riding to hounds is just a silly Eastern idea to generations of U. S. rustics. To them M.F.H. is...

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