We hunt at a number of different fixtures in western Vermont. Many of our riders come from nearby New York also. We hunt in all weather, but to protect the land sometimes venues may be changed in extreme conditions, or if excessive snow makes it impossible to park trailers. 172 Fox hunt, huntThere is generally a Hunt Breakfast after each meet, either at the site or at a nearby home. The location links below may not represent precisely the location of parking on any particular day, so be sure and check with the Hunt Secretary for any up-to-date information.

Timber Hill Farm – Richmond, Vermont

On Cochran Road, this property runs along the Winooski River, through woods and some fine hayfields.    Timber Hillb

Tottingham Farm – Shoreham, Vermont

Located an easy hacking distance from Lemon Fair Farm, we’ll sometimes gather here at Story and Dia Jenks’ lovely home and head to Quiet Valley to cast hounds.  Tottingham

Quiet Valley Farm – Shoreham, Vermont

On the west side of the Lemon Fair River, connected to Lemon Fair Farm by a private bridge. Wooded sugarbush, inviting jumps, and the gorgeous view (can you make out Killington in the distance?)
make this a signature fixture.  Quiet Valley
We are also pleased to be able to hunt on neighboring WhistlePig Farm as well  Whistle Pig

Lilac Ridge Farm – Charlotte, Vermont

Lovely and extensive collection of fixed jumps, some open fields, and some woods. It has everything!  Lilac Ridge

Bottum Farm – New Haven, Vermont

Several farms totaling perhaps 1500 acres, with corn and hay fields, and wooded areas. Home of the Crouton Barn  Bottum Farm

The Kennels – New Haven, Vermont

Located at The Equestry this is where the hounds live. We are very excited to be able to hunt from right here.   The Kennels

Mountain Top Inn and Resort – Chittenden, Vermont

This was a new fixtures in 2015. The Chittenden Reservoir is beautiful! Mountain Top

Fort Ticonderoga – Ticonderoga, New York

Familiar to those who have been at our Hunt Demonstrations there, starting in 2015 we also hunt there. With more than 3000 acres available there is be plenty of space Fort Ticonderoga