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January 7, 1998
Re "One Man's Passion Revives the Fox Hunt in Virginia" (Dec. 19). Just because the fox has been spared a grisly death does not make the cruel sport of fox hunting all right. The fox, not knowing the whole thing is a game, still has to endure a terrifying, exhausting ordeal, unfairly outmatched by a pack of howling, barking hounds and "huntsmen" on horseback. That people like Randy Waterman and others of his airheaded ilk don't regard emotional and mental cruelty to animals as just as abhorrent as physical cruelty is disgusting.
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NEWS
January 7, 1998
Re "One Man's Passion Revives the Fox Hunt in Virginia" (Dec. 19). Just because the fox has been spared a grisly death does not make the cruel sport of fox hunting all right. The fox, not knowing the whole thing is a game, still has to endure a terrifying, exhausting ordeal, unfairly outmatched by a pack of howling, barking hounds and "huntsmen" on horseback. That people like Randy Waterman and others of his airheaded ilk don't regard emotional and mental cruelty to animals as just as abhorrent as physical cruelty is disgusting.
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December 19, 1997 | PETER CARLSON, THE WASHINGTON POST
The hounds dive into the hole. They've got their snouts down in the dirt, and they're digging, scratching, squirming, trying to squeeze into a groundhog tunnel that's way too small. The fox is down there. They can smell him. It's a rich, pungent scent, somewhere between skunk and moldy cellar. They've followed that scent for a couple of miles, yapping and barking all the way. The fox led them across Goose Creek and into a cow pasture on the Mellon estate near Middleburg, Va.
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