7105 Harley Davidson Place,
PO Box 337,
Tel: (301) 934-1016
Other Previous Roles
Tom Attick, MFH
Wednesdays, Saturdays and Holidays. Visitors permitted to hunt - for details contact the Honorary Secretary or Master.
Early November through late March
Scarlet, royal blue collar, gold piping. Evening: Scarlet, royal blue lapels piped with gold.
Also hunt Grey Fox and Coyote
History of the Hunt
Established 1961. Recognized 1976. Hounds went out 50 times last season.
The Country is approximately 25 by 45 miles. Rolling inland country and flat lands fronted by tidewater creeks, rivers and bays, fenced with coops and post-and-rails. This is the first country hunted for pleasure in the New World. Robert Brooke of De La Brooke manor brought his pack of foxhounds here from Whitchurch in Hampshire, England, in 1650.