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  • n. Plural form of foxhunt.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of foxhunt.


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  • My older brother who foxhunts in florida found an easy way to break dogs from running deer by accident.

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  • My preference was riding three- and five-gaited show horses, but on occasion I joined the foxhunts, which were followed by hunt breakfasts at private homes.

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  • The War Horse is the story of Joey, a horse that's half-thoroughbred and should be raised for riding in foxhunts by the landed gentry.

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  • Their leisure time was spent mostly with each other, except when the duke went on foxhunts or the duchess made the long trip to visit a friend in London.


  • As a Yankee in North Shore horse country, he knew where the old money lay, dozing, dreaming of wool mills and slate quarries, ticker tape and foxhunts.

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  • I was raised riding English. horse shows and foxhunts.

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  • The 80 meter foxhunts we did in L.A. were a blast ... and they sometimes went all weekend. News

  • "The War Horse" is the story of Joey, a horse that's half thoroughbred and should be raised for riding in foxhunts by the landed gentry.


  • Elliott and co-screenwriter Sheridan Jobbins gave the withdrawn Mr. Whittaker (Colin Firth of "Mamma Mia!") a more developed Great War backstory, and the movie revolves around ritualistic tennis games, foxhunts and lawn-party excitement over Chinese lanterns.



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