Links of Interest to Foxhunters
- MFHA The Masters of Foxhounds Association of America, the governing body of the sport. Check out their page of related links, including the home pages of member hunts.
- Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries The Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries includes information on foxes, coyotes and other native species. You can also purchase your hunting license online.
- Equine Law and Horsemanship Safety The website assembled by the American Association for Horsemanship Safety has lots of useful information about legal matters. Links to case law and full text statutes for all states on a variety of topics of interest to horse owners: liability, waivers, liens, helmet laws, recreational use statutes.
- Virginia Hunt Week Virgnia Hunt Week takes place in alternate years. In a two week span, participants will have the opportunity to hunt with many different packs in the heart of Virginia's hunt country. An informal tailgate breakfast follows each meet. The Masters of all participating hunts have agreed to not allow capping on the day they host Virginia Hunt Week.
Links of Local Interest
- Sweet Briar College Sweet Briar College is a selective liberal arts and sciences college for women, offering 35 majors in a challenging broad-based academic program. It has a national reputation for its programs in the sciences, its junior year abroad programs in France and Spain, its unique Honors Program, and a vital research program which "fast tracks" undergraduate students into graduate level research projects with faculty.
- Randolph College Founded in 1891, as Randolph-Macon Women's College,Randolph College prepares students to engage the world critically and creatively, live and work honorably, and experience life abundantly.
- Poplar Forest Jefferson enjoyed "the solitude of a hermit" at his year-round retreat near Lynchburg, Virginia. At the heart of this 4800-acre plantation in beautiful Bedford County, Jefferson built his final, personal architectural masterpiece - an octagonal house surrounded by an elaborate villa landscape. The rescue of this National Historic Landmark began in 1984, and today you can watch the state-of-the-art restoration under way.