GSVH Point to Point Tickets on Sale!
Tickets are on sale for the Green Spring Valley Hounds Point-to-Point, March 31st, 2018.
Get your tickets today and start steeplechase season with us!
North American Field Hunter Championships 2017
Congratulations to Green Spring's own Frankie Cubero on qualifying on the first day of the North American Field Hunter Championships, and for winning overall Best Turned Out at the Finals! Well done, Frankie!
Oldfields School's visits GSV Hounds
MFHA Foundation Benefit Field Hunter Trials 2017
Puppy Show Photos 2017
Green Spring had an informal Puppy Show Sept 9th with our new huntsman, Ashley Hubbard, and his professional whip, newly-returned Tim Michel, aided by kennelman Klaus Lygren. The idea behind the Puppy Show is to introduce the puppies who will be entered this season to the show ring and to get another perspective on their conformation. Thank you to this year's judges Geoff Hyde (Elkridge-Harford) & Dan O'Toole (Mt. Carmel). While all the hounds looked great, the winner of the dogs was Naylor and of the bitches, Playgirl. Look for these puppies and others to shine at the upcoming hound shows!
2017 Puppy Show
Point to Point
Green Spring Valley Hounds' Point-to-Point
March 31, 2019
Photo by Robert Keller
Sunday, March 31st, 2019
First Race 12:30 pm
Pony and Junior Races start at 10:30 am
Join us for a Great Day Steeplechase Racing, Pony Racing, Side Saddle Racing, Tailgate Picnics, and a Barbecue Reception at Shawan Downs Racecourse!
Start off spring with carloads of friends, tailgating and watching the horses run!
Great family day, come early to see the pony racing start at 10:30 am
Tickets will go on sale in Mid February.
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Juniors Meet 2015
Blessing of the Hounds
Blessing of the Hounds 2015
Cubbing Q & A
Q: What is the difference between hound exercise and cubbing?
A: This is the time where all the preparation starts to come together; hounds are fit and the young entry have been exposed to everything they might encounter out hunting. Up to this point, we have spent our time keeping the curiosity in check and trying to maintain a level of calm; and finally the day comes where everything changes. Now we expect them to almost do the opposite of what we have been doing throughout hound exercise. As you can imagine, this could be a little confusing to a young hound.