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While many people have the impression that foxhunting is an elitist sport, nothing is further from truth. Our members are geographically dispersed and represent a cross-section of Southern California lifestyles and professions, including physicians, lawyers, teachers, artists, veterinarians, military officers, pilots, entrepreneurs, business people, and individuals in the travel and the entertainment industries, racehorse breeding and training, horse trainers, and amateur competitive riders.

Our formal hunt season begins in November and typically ends in April, with hounds going out twice a week during that period, on Wednesdays and Saturdays. Hound exercise ("Roading") and training ("Autumn Hunting") fill the calendar for the balance of each year.

The heart of all SFH activity is the care, breeding, exercise and training of our select pack of MFHA-registered foxhounds.

The social gatherings and competitive riding events throughout each year include:

  • Social parties

  • Temecula Wine Rides,

  • Hound Show with other hunts, 

  • Hound Trial with other hunts,

  • Christmas Party, 

  • Puppy Auction, 

  • Camping trips,

  • Riding clinics, 

  • Hunter Pace Meets and Calcutta Dinner,

  • Barn Dances,

  • Awards Dinner at end of season in May

  • Hunting twice a week (42 hunts in a season) with a punch bowl (a picnic) afterwards every weekend hunt.

We work in conjunction with area Pony Clubs to foster horsemanship and to enhance community participation in English cross-country riding and traditional fox hunting.



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