Welcome to South Creek Foxhounds!
South Creek Foxhounds is Florida’s oldest fox hunting club, officially founded in 1965. South Creek Foxhounds is located in west central Florida (Tampa) Established in 1965 by the late Mr. Robert Thomas of Two Rivers Ranch. The hunt was recognized by the MFHA in 1972. Originally known as Two Rivers Hunt, the hunt moved from the Thomas Ranch over 10 years ago, and now has numerous fixtures in six counties.
South Creek Foxhounds enjoys the chase from September through February of red and gray fox, bob cat, and the ever illusive, speedy coyote. We ride through pasture land, palmetto bushes, pine and oak forests, and cypress swamps. Our fences are primarily solid, inviting coops. Our pack consists of cross bred fox hounds which are hunted by Huntsmen Sarah Fox Sears.
Welcome to the 2022-2023 SCF Hunt Season!
We are thrilled to have you join SCF to foxhunt on our various properties in Central Florida. The Masters extend our heartfelt thanks to our amazing landowners, Huntsman, staff, volunteers and Members. It has been a fantastic summer for SCF, and our dedicated staff has kept our pack healthy and active during the off season.
Please stay safe. Ride in the field that best suits you and your horse. Ask for assistance if needed. Control your horse or ask to be excused and return to the trailers with a fellow foxhunter. Keep your criticism to a minimum while hunting and report problems to either of the Masters privately after the hunt. There is NO talking while hounds are hunting and use your “inside” voice at all times. There is no WIFI in the forest, but you will find a better connection.
See you hunting!
Our Calendar Highlights –
- Hunter Trials Saturday, September 17th
- Cubbing Season begins Saturday, October 1st
- Opening Meet Saturday, November 26th
- All Florida Meet February 8 – 12, 2023
- Hunt Ball aboard Yacht Star Ship III February 10, 2023
Please participate in our fundraisers — invite friends and encourage social members. Help sponsor our events and volunteer to help. We need to work together to make this season a success and continue the sport and tradition of foxhunting.
Vicki L. Reeves, Jt. MFH
Marylu Gallagher, Jt. MFH