Join in on the search for stuffed animals while riding the fields and wooded trails bordering the Rockfish River behind Wood Ridge Farm Brewery. There will be many animals lurking along the route. “Hunters” who find 3 select animals will be awarded prizes.
Here are the results of the Judged Trail Ride held at Teatime Farm today. Thank you to everyone who endured the heat and humidity to compete in the first ride in the Shenandoah Valley Judged Ride series. The ride hosted by Bedford Hunt is scheduled for June 19. Glenmore’s is July 10 and Rockbridge is July 17. Ribbons will be mailed out to first thru 6 place.Thank you to Mark and Karen Catron, Susan Boone, Becky Birnbaum, Cathy Denton, Kathleen King, Mary Tousignant, Cheryl Tsakis, and Becky Wood for working today and to Mark, Karen, and Susan for cleaning the trails and setting up the course. As always, John Morris put the finishing touch on the course by mowing the trails for us this week. Our events cannot go on without everyone’s help and our volunteers are greatly appreciated.We are holding a sporting clay shoot on June 13 at Teatime Farm from 9 to 1. Please join us. You can contact Mark for details at firstname.lastname@example.org. Let’s hope for cooler weather.
Name Division score Sue Migliore E 47.5 Cathy Goscha E 47 Barbara Goodson E 46.5 Heidi Davis E 45 Karen Robertson E 44.5 Kate Kane E 44 Allie Raner E 43.5 Lisa Lefferts E 43 Ronnie Thornton E 40.5 Priscilla Friedberg E 39.5 Lynn Rowley E 36.5 Waverly McDavid J 37 Shelly Thompson N 44.5 Amy Walker N 44 Lisa Salopek N 43 Sara Bateman N 42.5 Shannon Critzer N 42 Cindy Simmons N 41 Jessica Swezey N 40 James Swezey N 40 Mary Ann Jacobsen N 39.5 Robin Ellis N 39 Meredith Williams N 37.5 Mary Lee McDavid N 36 Cheri Kula N 35.5 Tracy Ferguson N 35 Nathalie Williams N 34 Chrystal Knick N 33 Brieanna Litter N 32 Elmer Glick N 30.5 Connie Nicholson Price N 25 Jane Johnson N 15.5
June 6, 2021 Teatime Farm 1295 Greenfield Rd Afton, VA 9 AM to Noon
Join us on a 7 mile ride across the rolling hills and wooded trails of Teatime Farm. The ride includes 6 judged trail obstacles. Divisions for Experienced, Novice, & Junior riders. Entry fee $40 for adults, $25 for juniors. This ride is the first in the Shenandoah Valley Judged Trail Ride Series.
Riders who compete in all 4 rides will receive 10 bonus points towards the Championship.
Directions: DO NOT FOLLOW GPS directions!(Don’t turn onto Avon Road /Rt. 638 off Route 151). Continue SOUTH on Rt. 151 for (+-) 5 miles until you see ASHLEY’S MKT & SERVICE STATION on right (6445 Rockfish Valley Hwy, Afton, VA 22920) THEN turn left onto Greenfield Road until you see the Tea Time Farm sign and DRIVEWAY ON LEFT.
We had a beautiful day and a record turnout at our Spring Hunter Pace. 98 Riders showed up to ride the course at Tea Time Farm. This pace is part of the series with Glenmore and Rockbridge Hunts which will resume with 3 more paces in the fall.
Thank you to everyone who participated and supported the hounds. Ribbons will be mailed to the winners.
“Casual Crew” Emily Dunenvant, Margaret Dickerson & Courtney Hyer 1:30
“Doubletree” Summer Genty & Lily Stevens 1:31
Lila Azhari-Harris & Jean Jarrell 1:41
Karen Robertson 1:18
“Cannon Ridge Farm” Alexa Diaz & Casey Floyd 1:50
“Large and in Charge” Katie Bernard, Wes Watkins & Jessica Cogle 1:50
Juniors – Optimum Time 1:20
“Numero Uno” Waverly McDavid 1:25
“The Dapple Zapples” Sara Turner, Shep Turner & Joanne Norman 1:26
Carolyn Heyel & Zeyna M’Bengue 1:42
Pippa Cook & Carter McNeely 1:45
Our next event is a Judged Trail Ride, which will be held at Tea Time Farm on June 6. This is also part of a series with Glenmore, Rockbridge and Bedford Hunts. If you had a good time today, come back and see us!
Due to the constraints imposed by the COVID pandemic, we are only inviting members and landowners to the hunt this year. This is disappointing to all of the Oak Ridge Masters as well as the family at the Estate, but we feel that we must impose this restriction to keep everyone safe in these extraordinary times. We will not be hosting the usual breakfast after the hunt. Everyone is invited to bring their own refreshments to enjoy at a safe distance from others. We will provide water and soft drinks. We know you will all respect our wishes for this year. 2021 will be a renewed chance to celebrate.
Join in on the search for turkey plates while riding the fields and wooded trails along the Rockfish River & behind Wood Ridge Farm. The first 6 riders to find a turkey plate will win a turkey for Thanksgiving. All disciplines are welcome. Bring your own tailgate – no alcohol please, or buy lunch at the Brewery after the ride. Entry fee is $40 for adults, $25 for juniors.
As many of you know, Oak Ridge has had to postpone the Hunt Ball due to the COVID-19 restrictions being observed. The event has been has been rescheduled to Saturday, June 27.
Like many clubs, we count on the income from this fundraiser to cover food, care and medical expenses for our hounds.
In order to continue to provide for our hounds, we are offering some of our auction items online for the next 3 weeks. While you “shelter in place,” please consider bidding on some of our terrific auction items: