Fairfield County Hounds: great activities in 2016.

Guests welcome. Please reach out to the Honorary Secretary or the FCH Masters for more information!

 

Click on our "Events" drop-down menu for details on upcoming events:

Triple Crown Riding Series

Saturday, May 7, 2016 Kentucky Derby Hunter Pace

Saturday, May 21, 2016 Preakness Stakes Trail Ride

Saturday, June 11, 2016 Belmont Stakes Hunter Pace

Roading Starts:
Saturday, July 30, 2016
Cubbing Starts:
Saturday, August 6, 2016
Opening Day:
Saturday, October 1, 2016

Annual Fall Hunter Pace
Sunday, October 16, 2016 

Hunt Ball 
Saturday, November 19, 2016
 


FAIRFIELD FACTS

Hunting:
fox & coyote

Hounds:
Penn-Marydels

Season:
August - December

Types of Members:
Full, Junior, Social

Ages of Members:
12 yrs old - 83 yrs old

Attire:
scarlet or black coat with blue collars and gold piping

Visitors:
Yes, contact the FCH Masters.

ACTIVITIES & SCHEDULE

The Fairfield County Hounds meet Wednesdays and Saturdays, from August through the end of the year.

Please contact the Master for information on membership and capping as a guest.

CONTACTS

FCH Masters

William T. Stuart, MFH
(860) 355-0012

Jo Mayer, MFH
(203) 788-4673

Joanna Samson, MFH
  (802) 522-1300

Vicki Fuller, MFH
  (917) 355-9872

Honorary Secretary

Karin Roumanis
info@fairfieldcountyhounds.org

FCH Kennels

155 Botsford Hill Road,
Bridgewater, CT 06752
phone (860) 354-6707


 

 

Quintessential New England: Rolling Hills and Open Space


The hunt territory in Bridgewater consists of approximately 17 square miles of quintessential New England countryside: wide open pastures and cornfields bordered by rugged, verdant woodland and criss-crossed by babbling creeks and woodland paths. Rolling hills descend to the Shepaug River to the east and Lake Lillinonah to the south and west. A variety of panels grace the countryside: stone walls, coops, logs and a few rail fences.
Clockwise from above:
The Shepaug River borders the east side
of the territory; the field outside
the kennels; a stone wall off Curtis Road
in the west territory; open fields south of the
kennels; and a coop on the hill at Levy’s field.