2 edition of The English foxhound kennel stud book of America found in the catalog.
|Other titles||Foxhound kennel stud book of America.|
|Statement||Compiled and edited for the Masters of foxhound association of America, by A. Henry Higginson, M.F.H.|
|Contributions||Jones, J. (Joseph), Masters of Foxhounds Association of America|
|LC Classifications||SF429.F6 E6|
|The Physical Object|
The English Foxhound, first and foremost, is a thoroughbred hunting dog, prized for his athletic ability and stamina. The chapter on the breed’s history paints a romantic picture of the breed running ahead of British redcoats on the field as well as hunting alongside America’s first president, George Washington. In America we have over a hundred packs, of which not over ten percent use hounds which would be eligible for the English Foxhound Stud Book. In America, the earliest entries in the English Foxhound Stud Book of America date back to , but there are records which would indicate that there were many earlier importations.
ms Williams, General Roger papers General Roger Williams papers, , bulk ms Ida Lucille Sell University of Kentucky Special Collections Research Center. March 5. Special Collections Research Center University of Kentucky Libraries Margaret I. King Library Lexington, Kentucky URL: This finding aid was produced using ArchivesSpace on The English Foxhound was then created by a careful mixing of the Greyhound, for speed, the Fox Terrier, for hunting instinct, and the Bulldog, for tenacity in the hunt. [ dubious – discuss ] During the British Raj, English Foxhounds were exported to India for the purpose of jackal coursing,  though due to the comparatively hotter weather.
In , the first English Foxhound made its way to America. The dog's popularity grew, and even George Washington owned a pack. The highest number of puppies ever produced in the English Foxhound breed was by a mother named Lena, who whelped a record 23 pups in one litter--all surviving! The American Foxhound is taller and rangier than its cousin, the English Foxhound. Also, this breed is known to have a musical bark, called a bay, when it is hunting that can be heard for miles, probably inherited from the Grand Bleu de Gascogne's signature howl.
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Title varies: The foxhound kennel stud book of America (consolidated) Addeddate Bookplateleaf Call number Camera Canon 5D Pages: English and Irish hounds have their own registry, and they are not normally recorded in the MFHA “Foxhound Stud Book” unless they have been used as a sire or dam in North America.
The English Foxhound Studbook pedigree search can be found online here. The English foxhound kennel stud book of America / Title Variants: Alternative: Foxhound kennel stud book of America. Higginson, Henry Alexander, Jones, J. (Joseph) Masters of Foxhounds Association of America.
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American Foxhound Breeders' Stud Book (Volume 1, )Author: unknown. The English foxhound kennel stud book of America / By Henry Alexander Higginson, J. (Joseph) Jones and Masters of Foxhounds Association of America. Abstract. Topics: Foxhounds, Horses.
Publisher: Boston:F.L. Wyles, The English foxhound kennel stud book of America / By Henry Alexander Higginson, J. (Joseph) Jones and Masters of Foxhounds Association of America. Topics: Foxhounds, Horses. English Foxhound pedigrees can be traced back in the English Foxhound stud book of America, published by the Masters of the Foxhounds Association of America.
Share The Breed StandardTemperament: Affectionate, Gentle, Sociable. Still, it is interesting to note that the field trial foxhunters were able to publish no less than four American Foxhound stud books over the thirty-three year period prior tothe date when American hounds were finally included in the MFHA’s Stud Book (Volume V) and the year in which Higginson stepped down as president of the Association.
Perhaps it was subtle payback when the association (guided by Higginson) produced its first stud book inThe English Foxhound Stud Book of America, and it listed only English Foxhounds. Not until was the American Foxhound (along with crossbred foxhounds) included in the fifth volume renamed The Foxhound Kennel Stud Book of America.
The Foxhound Kennel Stud Book, published in England inwas one of the earliest registries. Other countries also have systems for registering purebred dogs. The AKC represents an enrollment of more than 36 million since its inception inand it registers approximately million.
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The Foxhound Kennel Stud Book of America Volume XXXIX (39) First edition, first printing Fine shape paperback in red illust card covers with lightly sunned spine appears unread.
No names, tears, soil, underlinin. The Foxhound Kennel Stud Book, published in England inwas one of the earliest registries. Other countries also have systems for registering purebred dogs.
The AKC represents an enrollment of more than 36 million since its inception inand it registers approximately million new dogs. Stud Book File Instructions Back To Club Resources The AKC, as a service to parent clubs, offers contractual access to individual breed stud book files in PDF and delimited text formats.
There is nothing better than to read the book about The Foxhound written in by Miss Daphne Moore, and to also study the MFHA Stud Book which has been published annually since This constitutes “the bible” of any Foxhound breeder.
It was under the auspices of Higginson that the association produced its first stud book inThe English Foxhound Stud Book of America listing only English foxhounds. It was not until the fifth volume in that it became The Foxhound Kennel Stud Book of America, the first to list American and crossbred foxhounds as well as the English.
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"THE FOXHOUND KENNEL STUD BOOK VOLUME XXIX " by the Master of Foxhounds Association, a first edition of this hardback rare dog stud book of pages, all about the Foxhound, with much detailed pedigree information, this book is in very good condition, in it's original red and green gilt have a lot more Foxhound Stud Books currenlty for sale on.
Although the English foxhound was created in the s, they weren't entered into the studbooks until the s. The English foxhound was recognized and approved for the American Kennel Club (AKC) in the s, but they are considered very rare as there are only 17 registered.Detailed information for Club - English Foxhound Club of America.
Event Search Find a Puppy Register Your Dog Shop AKC TV Sign In Breeds A-Z Expert Advice Product & Services Sports & Events Clubs & Delegates. Breed Explorer. View All Breeds. Find By Breed Name. 2. Where English Foxhounds Came From. English Foxhounds were recorded in stud books hundreds of years ago in medieval England.
According to the United Kennel Club, the dog was developed for purposes of fox hunting as long ago as the s.