About Our Club

Our Legacy

The Virginia Foxhound Club, established in 1934, has played a crucial role in promoting the sport of foxhunting and the breeding of foxhounds for nearly 90 years. What started as a regional show has now grown into the world’s largest foxhound show, attracting participants from North America and abroad.

Preservation of Fox Hunting Tradition

Operating under the auspices of the Masters of Foxhounds Association, the club proudly upholds its commitment to preserving the tradition of foxhunting and open spaces.

The historic Morven Park, once the residence of Governor Westmoreland Davis and one of the founding members of the Masters of Foxhounds Association of North America, serves as the venue for this prestigious event.

Annual Virginia Foxhound Show

We extend a warm welcome to both seasoned foxhunters, foxhound enthusiasts, and newcomers alike to partake in the remarkable events of the annual Virginia Foxhound Show.

Witness some of the finest foxhounds our sport has to offer, take part in exciting activities, forge lasting friendships, and immerse yourself in the camaraderie that defines the spirit of foxhunting today.

Volunteer-Powered Foxhound Community

The Virginia Foxhound Club owes its success to the dedicated efforts of countless volunteers and the unwavering support of its loyal members.

Together, they ensure that foxhunters from all corners of the globe can come together during Memorial Day weekend to share ideas, promote foxhunting, and celebrate the breeding of exceptional foxhounds.

Annual Member Meeting

Keep an eye on the website for details about our annual meeting, usually held in February, where we share updates on our club’s initiatives and welcome engaging speakers. Stay tuned for the announcement of the location and speaker for this year’s meeting.

Become a part of our vibrant community, join The Virginia Foxhound Club today!