Re cap of the 2018-2019 season. Read more
Don't forget to fill out your release form!Read more
In Loving MemoryRead more
Falconry Demonstration came twice this year! June visit to the MARE Center.Read more
2016 Fall NewsRead more
Spring newsRead more
2014 Spring Beagle Trials at the Aldie InstituteRead more
James Barnes , the Sustainable Habitat Program Manager for the PEC spent an afternoon with the MOC Beaglers.Read more
Blue Ride Wildlife CenterRead more
Summer News 2013 Greetings to all MOC Beaglers, please read our news on our updated website!!!!Read more
The recent Falconing exhibit and demonstration at Great Meadow, The Plains, Va.Read more
Beaglers meeting at Little Cotland Farm last year.Read more
Members of the MOC Beagles were invited by the Goose Creek Association to assist in their stream monitoring.Read more
Welcome to the MOC Beagles Inc. – created to connect children and their families to the rural landscape in Virginia’s northern Piedmont through the stewardship and enjoyment of hounds, horses and habitat.
MOC Beagles supports the only beagle pack in the world that is followed on horseback and chases foxes! We are located near beautiful, historic Middleburg, Virginia - the heart of horse country – with terrain comprised of rolling meadows, woods and streams, and some stunning views of the Blue Ridge Mountains.
Our programs encourage children and their families to take an active part in our region’s long tradition of field sports and to support volunteer projects in land and wildlife conservation.
The MOC Beagles were started in the 1960's by famed horsewoman and conservationist Eve Fout as a means to teach junior riders about foxhunting and the rural landscape. A half-century later, MOC Beagles continues to teach youngsters all about the joys of horses and hounds and about stewardship of the countryside.
Run entirely by volunteers, we are incorporated as a non-profit organization in the Commonwealth of Virginia and are a 501(c)3 tax status group.