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Masterpiece Cabin – Hunters Horn

   It was a particularly hot, muggy summer day in 1948 and we were chopping cotton in the west field. I was nine, due to reach adulthood of 10 in November. Dark clouds gathered to the north, with the promise of …

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Hot Tracks and Cold Trails – Hunters Horn

     Got home last night from the Eastern Carolina hunt at Foxhunter’s Paradise in Pamplico, S.C. and had a wonderful time as usual.
The 2012 Hound of the Year was decided there with a spectacular hound from Louisiana named Coot winning …

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2012 North Carolina State : Hunters Horn

The 2012 North Carolina State was held on May 9-12 at Richard Evans’ Low Country Fox Preserve.
I left home a little before 10 under cloudy skies. I was delighted to have as a traveling partner my old friend Tony …

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2012 Mississippi State Fox Hunt

June 2012 The Hunters Horn Magazine CoverThe 2012 Mississippi State Three Day Field Trial was held at the Fox Hunters Preserve on Grenada Lake near Coffeeville, MS, March 8-10. This hunt was one of the more outstanding we have had in several years. There was plenty …

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2012 Sunshine State

June 2012 The Hunters Horn Magazine Cover On February 2-4, we held the Annual Three Day Sunshine State at the Carolina Running Pen at Andalusia, AL. We would like to thank Paul Tribble for the use of this fine facility and for having the pen in such …

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Leaderboard awards at the Masters Banquet

May 2012 The Hunters Horn Magazine  The 2011 Leaderboard is in the books
We would first like to thank Terry Walker with The Hunter’s Horn, John Allen with Black Gold, Randy McGovern with Showtime Feeds, Debbie Johnson with Johnson’s Telemetry and Mike Carr with Pride Dog …

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Alabama Open Eight Hour Hunt

Hunter's Horn, April 2012HUNTER’S HORN – The Alabama Open Eight Hour Hunt for 2012 is now in the books. We had a wonderful hunt. We had hunters from four different states: Alabama, Tennessee, Mississippi and Kentucky.

The Good Master above was good to …

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