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10301
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One of the oldest and most traditional sporting events in North Carolina is riding to the hounds. Of the 112 organized hunts recognized by the Masters of Foxhounds Association of America, three are in North Carolina. They are the Moore County Hounds, at Southern Pines; Tyron Hounds, at Tryon; and the Sedgefield Hunt, near Greensboro and High Point.
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9640
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Coleman describes the pageantry of one of the oldest and most traditional sporting events in North Carolina--riding to the hounds. There are approximately 130 registered packs in the country under the governance of the Master of Hounds Association. There are five registered packs in the state. The Moore County Hounds is one of the oldest and most famous packs in the nation.
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30594
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St. Patrick's Day will be the opening day of the 1956 hunt racing and steeple chase season. The season will open in North Carolina with the Stoneybrook Hunt Race Meeting at Southern Pines, North Carolina. Sanctioned since 1953, the Stoneybrook race attracts well known horses, riders, owners and trainers from all over the United States.