Ida Weygandt



Fox hunting has for the most part always been perceived and portrayed as a game of splendor and pomp for the upper class horse enthusiast. However, growing up in horse country, Chester County, PA, I always saw it as more of a way of life for people of all classes. Its existence also contributes greatly to the preservation of forests and farm land from development. I wanted to bring this culture to public attention in order to show the beauty that lies in this slowly vanishing tradition.