November 11, 2019: Connor Aubichon – Our OVH junior at the NA Championships
November 7, 2019: OVH junior Rayne Dubois wins the CET medal class at the Royal
Hunting is a fun-paced group activity that is non-judged and non-competitive. There is nothing quite like riding across beautiful terrain alongside other riders, smiling and having a blast together. Safety is important, so juniors need a properly-fitted riding helmet and a pony or horse that they can control. Both English and Western tack are acceptable.
With 3 fields (groups) to choose from, juniors can ride at their pace. They can ride with an adult or go by themselves if they are capable. Everyone rides behind the Fieldmaster who sets the pace for that group. Riders can change groups at breaks (checks).
Applicants must be:
No older than eighteen years old (as of January 1 of the current year).
Competent riders with access to a horse or a pony,
Committed to learning about the sport of hunting.
The program will cover topics such as:
Selection of candidates will be made by a small committee including the Joint Masters, the Huntsman and the Youth Coordinator.
Waiver must be signed. If the rider is under 18, a parent must sign the waiver. For more information please contact: