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Established 2000  •  Registered & Recognized, MFHA
Appomattox, Campbell, Prince Edward and Charlotte Counties, Virginia
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Mid-Winter Party

Please join us Sunday Feb.17 at 5:30 at the Bernaldo's Sleepy Lamb Farm. The menu is soup, salad and bread. RSVP to Judy with your choice.

We will be starting a Stonewall Hounds scrapbook. Your ticket to get in the door needs to be a picture, poem or item of remembrance from our club whether with hounds, horses or hunting: something funny, silly, glamorous, significant, etc. in some way. Gretel, Vicky and I will be putting it together that night.

All our social occasions include your family and friends, particularly those interested in our hunt, so please come on out!

Fixture Maps

Click the name of the fixture for a link to the fixture parking area in Google Maps.

Within Google Maps you can view map, satellite, or terrain. The satellite images are helpful as a visual.

Then you can view a map and get driving directions.

Lili's cell phone is 434-660-0599


Concord (Sherwill) Fixtures:

MAP-->Bonnydale Farm (Tabor Farm)
Bonnydale Lane, follow straight past trailers to end. The road sort of bears right, but farm road goes straight. Keep straight through gate into cow pasture, park on right.

MAP-->The Meadows at Naked Creek

Plum Branch Rd., follow farm road past equipment shed up hill alongside church pines, road bends to the right at the top of the hill, go through gate and park on the left in the cow pasture.

MAP-->Quail Hollow Farm (Fewell's)
From Rt. 24 outside Concord turn east onto Plum Branch Rd. (Left if heading south and right if traveling north on Rt.24). Go until stop sign at the "T" intersection with New Chapel Rd. Go straight across New Chapel Rd., between wooden fence with sign marked  "Quail Hollow". Stay straight on gravel drive until the end. Park half way back near the telephone pole. 

Buckingham Fixtures:

MAP-->Slate River Farm

Go to swinging gate with slate sign "Buck-N-Hand Farm" Enter there and park before club house on left in LONG field.


Pamplin Fixtures:

View Entire Fixture Map with Trails

MAP-->Red Gate Rd.
1.8 miles north of 460E (about 1/2 mile before Cheryl's) turn right after big curve onto gravel road with a red gate. Follow to end and park in field on the gasline.

MAP-->Robinson Farm Hay Field
From Appomattox on 460E go north (left) on Rt. 600 (at Prince Edward/Appomattox County line), for approximately 1.5 miles. Farm road is directly across from brick house. Park in hay field at the top near the road.

MAP-->Sunny Day Farm
2431 Forest Chapel Rd., Pamplin, VA 23958, go in house driveway and go straight back past shed, park in horse pasture.

MAP-->Wallis Farm
End of Crane Creek Rd, Pamplin, VA 23958, bear left into field at the top of the driveway.

Fox Pen

MAP-->Hollywood Fox Pen

Go in through chain link fence (keep gate closed) and park near cinderblock clubhouse.

Charlotte County Fixtures:

MAP-->Vassar Farm
Scuffletown Rd., Phenix, VA, turn left off Scuffletown Rd., .7 miles past Rt. 649 (Baker Farm sign), then pass brick house with metal quonset hut and line of tall pines, turn left onto farm road just before next woods, and follow back around, park on left.

Staff & Hounds

Our Hunt Staff and Hounds

MFH (Master of Foxhounds) & Huntsman

Mrs. Elizabeth "Lili" Wykle is our MFH as well as our huntsman. She is our leader, establishing and maintaining our kennels, hounds, relationships with landowners, scheduling, and more. She is also our huntsman, which is the person who actually hunts the hounds. Lili has a great relationship with each and every hound in the kennel, which manifests in their unfaltering adoration and willingness to please her. A faithful Christian, a fearless leader, an excellent horsewoman, and a fabulous friend to all she meets, Lili has a devoted group of members who consider themselves lucky to be a part of her hunt club.


Whippers-In know the hounds and the pack, and the way each particular hound works. They spend time in the kennels getting to know and work with the hounds, and their job is a very important one in our hunt. Assisting our huntsman by riding outside the field and the pack, watching hounds and helping to keep control of the pack (keeping them away from roads, etc) are our honorary whippers-in.

Field Master

Making sure everyone stays safe, keeps up, and has good sport, is the responsibility of the Field Masters. Part of the job includes making sure everyone in the field is able to watch the hounds hunting, but also be sure the field does not interfere with the hounds or their hunting. The Field Master also knows the country, and where and how the field of riders should traverse to avoid crossing areas that are unsafe or not permitted to ride upon.


When we have a hilltopper field, that group normally proceeds at a slower pace with no jumping or galloping.

Terrain and Jumps

Our hunt country varies from woods and farm fields and pastures, to planted pine forests. While we do not have many jumps, they are all functional coops, usually in a fence line, which allow us to get from one field to another. To keep livestock in, the coops are all around 3'. Our first flight moves at a good pace to keep up with the huntsman. If you hunt with Stonewall Hounds you will be treated to a lot of up-close viewing of hounds and huntsman at work! Therefore, first flight riders should be able to safely handle their horses at varying speeds while negotiating obstacles.

Stonewall Hounds

Our pack is made up of 15 couple. Our American and American Crossbred hounds make for a keen pack with outstanding voices. It is a real treat to follow them when they are in full cry. They all bring their own strengths and individuality to create a hard-working pack of fabulous hounds. Can you tell we love our hounds!

Pedigrees of our Hounds

Please go to the MFHA website and see our hounds and their pedigrees. They are all prefaced with "Stonewall" in front of the name.

Our quarry

Stonewall Hounds hunts gray and red fox, coyote, and bobcat. Each provides its own unique type of chase, so our hunts can vary from watching the pack trail a gray fox in smaller circles, to flat out running cross country after a coyote.

Trail Rides

From mid-April through the end of the summer, join Stonewall for trail rides

Trail Rides are Held Most Wednesdays and Some Saturdays.
Times and locations will be announced on the calendar a couple days in advance of each ride, but please call or email for times and directions.

  • $10 per ride, or join the club's Trail Ride/Social membership for $300 for the year.*

  • Creek Crossings, Pastures, Woods

  • Varied Terrain with Optional Jumps (coops)

  • All riding disciplines welcome

  • Helmets required

  • Negative Coggins Required (within one year)

  • Bring a lunch or snack for tailgating afterwards


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Get your hunting license online or purchase at hunting store or Wal-Mart. Required for fox hunting in Virginia.