The Andrews Bridge Foxhounds are fortunate to have some of the most beautiful foxhunting country on the East coast. Our home country is located in the heart of Amish territory in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. Primarily farmland, we enjoy rolling hills and ample open spaces. The countryside is primarily paneled with chicken coops, log fences, post-and-rails, and board fences. Our Fair Hill country straddles Pennsylvania and Maryland and literally crosses the Mason-Dixon line. This too, has rolling hills with small coverts that promotes open galloping.
Andrews Bridge hunts 3 days a week, Monday, Thursday, & Saturday, from August 1st to March 31st. The formal season begins the first Saturday of November. A second field is provided on Saturday's and for Joint Meets. Visitors are welcome and may cap three times a season.
ABF has 3 distinct territories. The home Country is in the heart of Amish farmlands in Lancaster Co., PA and is paneled with coops, board fences and post & rails. The Fair Hill Country straddles the Mason Dixon line between PA & MD, and is primarily small coverts with rolling hills for open galloping. The 3rd Country at Gibson’s is in the river hills of the Susquehanna with deep ravines between open farmlands.