Frequently Asked Questions

  • If a post or rail is broken during hunting, the rider responsible for breaking it must stop and make every effort to fix it  - even temporarily, especially if livestock are turned out in the area.
  • The rider then must inform their Fieldmaster and find Michael Beeson, who kindly follows the hunt with materials for fixing broken fences, and notify him of the exact location of the break.
  • Additionally, if a notification to the landowner is required, the rider must personally contact the landowner and explain the both the breakage and the repairs made to the landowner's satisfaction.

Contact Information

Cheshire Hunt Conservancy
Post Office Box 528
Unionville PA 19375-0528

Secretary: 610-347-1918
Hunt Information Line: 610-347-1918


CHC Board of Directors

  • Phoebe D. Fisher, MD, MFH
  • Sanna Pell Neilson, MFH
  • W.B. Dixon Stroud, Jr., MFH
  • Chairman Emeritus:
    John B. Hannum, Jr., Esquire
  • President: Prue D. Osborn
  • Treasurer: Missy Shaffer
  • Jennifer Jones Arms
  • Richard Buchanan
  • Michael Bucklin
  • Ann Dyer
  • Judy Jefferis
  • Ann LaPides
  • Boyd Martin
  • Wendy Powell
  • Sally Reed

CHC Staff

  • Huntsman: Ivan Dowling
  • First Whip: Mackenzie Wertman
  • Honorary Whip: Celia Goodall
  • Groom/grounds: Michael Beeson
  • Hunter Barn Manager: Remy Winants
  • CHC Secretary: Kelley Ford