The mission of the MFHA is to set and maintain high sporting standards among our membership, encourage foxhunting, approve and register territories on official maps of fox hunting countries, settle disputes in regard to the same, register eligible foxhounds in a Foxhound Stud Book and improve the breed of Foxhounds. Read more about the MFHA
Our Future National Headquarters - Middleburg, VA
new headquarters will be open to the public and you are a part of
our expansion. Before we can move in, the property will require
major renovations and we are asking for your support to help raise
Whether you give $100.00 or $5,000, you can be a part of our new headquarters, foxhunting visitors’ center, educational facility and office space. If you prefer to pay in installments, please fill out the Pledge Agreement Form and return to us at the MFHA Office. Click here to follow our progress.
New to Foxhunting?
If you are new to foxhunting or just love learning about the history - you won't want to miss these:
Help Create A Legacy For Future Generations
Never before has it been so important for foxhunters to look toward the horizon. By including the MFHA Foundation in your will, trust or beneficiary designation, you can pass on your love of foxhunting and conservation to future generations. Click here for more information
See you in New York City!
January 25-26, 2018
We invite all members to join us in New York for the 2018 MFHA Annual Meeting and festivities, beginning on Thursday evening with the Masters Dinner, the Annual Meeting and Friday evening's not-to-be-missed Ball!
Hark Forward Initiative
The MFHA Foundation’s Hark Forward initiative consists of friendly competitions and events nationwide to connect foxhunters, to celebrate all aspects of our sport and to raise funds for the renovations of the new National Headquarters in Middleburg, VA.
THIS IS THE TRUE STORY OF PAGEANT, a real life foxhound who is famous for his miraculous journey of more than 30 miles from a veterinary hospital in Thomasville, Georgia to his home at the Live Oak Kennels in Monticello, Florida. Immediately taken by truck to the hospital in a state of near collapse from exposure to Spear Grass, he was tenderly nursed back to health. Weeks into his convalescence, Pageant escaped the leash of a veterinary assistant and took off. Traveling across two four lane highways and into the deep Longleaf pine woods of South Georgia to find his way back to his owners and his fellow foxhounds, his actual route is forever unknown. by Catherine Ledyard illustrated by Beth Secor Order Yours Today!