CAMARGO HUNT

About the Hunt

About the Hunt

The Camargo Hunt is one of the oldest hunts in North America. We pursue the thrill of the chase along with great social and equestrian activities. We ride in picturesque areas of southwestern Ohio and northern to central Kentucky. The country varies from trails in wooded areas to open fields to the hills of middle Kentucky.

Established

Recognized


Hunt Season

Club Colors

Established: 1925

Recognized: 1928

Hunt Season: Labor Day – March

Club Colors: Yellow & Gray

1925

1928

 

Labor Day – March

Yellow & Gray

Board of Directors

The Board of Directors sets policies and procedures for the hunt.  The Officers conduct the duties of Hunt Secretary and Treasurer.   

President of the Board Barbara Kreider, MFH
Hunt Treasurer Deb Plettner & Steve Thomas
Hunt Secretary Kerry Daus, MFH
Board Members
Katie Fuller
Barbara Kreider, MFH
Cindy Lewis
Curt McAdams
Bryan McNabb
Molly Moran
Natalie Nesbitt, MFH
Sharon Russell
Morley Thompson, Jr., MFH
Becky Trasser
Tory Watters
Frank Welsh

THE HOUND RETIREMENT FUND

The Hound Retirement Fund is an independent, not-for-profit organization that seeks to gather and use resources for charitable, scientific, and educational purposes including, but not limited to, the care of retired sporting hounds, provision of emergency care for hounds, support of dog-related human organizations, and support of veterinary research project for sporting canines.

THE HOUND RETIREMENT FUND

The Hound Retirement Fund is an independent, not-for-profit organization that seeks to gather and use resources for charitable, scientific, and educational purposes including, but not limited to, the care of retired sporting hounds, provision of emergency care for hounds, support of dog-related human organizations, and support of veterinary research project for sporting canines.