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Join us for our annual fun hunter pace! ALL riders and disciplines are welcome. Helmets for all riders and negative Coggins for each horse are required. 

Click HERE to see the Hunt Pace Series Flyer. 

Click HERE to download a copy of the RH Waiver. 

Rappahannock Hunt is known for its scenic hunter pace courses and this year's course is no different - it features a beautiful ride over rolling hills with endless views of the Blue Ridge Mountains. 

A hunter pace is ridden on a marked cross country course designed to imitate the conditions and terrain found on a foxhunt. Riders go out in small groups of 2-4 people in a staggered start system between 10am and 12pm. The pace is a timed event, but it is not a race. Winners in each division will be determined by which riders come closest to the secret optimum time.

Date: Sunday, October 8, 2023

Divisions: Hunt (jumping), Pleasure (flat), and Junior (1 or more riders on the team is a Junior). 

Entry fees: $50/Adult, $25/Junior. A junior is a person under the age of 16 years old.

Attire: Safety helmets required while mounted. Otherwise, whatever makes you comfortable (hunt attire is NOT required). 

Time: Registration opens at 9:30am; first riders out at 10am, all participants must be registered by 12pm.

Attire: Safety helmets are required while mounted. Otherwise, whatever makes you comfortable.

Registration process: Please enter on the day of the race. Requirements: Entry form (per team), signed waiver (per person), and current negative Coggins required (per horse). 

Once you have checked-in at the registration desk, received your pinny, and are on your horse, proceed to the timers. They will ask for your pinny number, team name, division, and put you in the order to start. A warm-up area will be available near the timers so you can warm-up. Just make sure to listen for the timers calling your name when your start time is approaching. 

There are no pre-assigned start times - starting is first come, first serve. 


Drinks and packaged snacks will be provided. 



Map: Glebe Way, Reva VA

GPS: 38.491797, -78.118408


From Warrenton and southern Culpeper:

  • Take Rt. 29 South (5.2 miles past the last Culpeper exit) to the Reva Market & Shell station on your right.

  • Turn right on Rt. 633, Reva Road.

  • Go .4 miles to a left turn on Rt. 644 (Reva Road continued)

  • Go 1.8 miles to straight/slight right on Glebe Way. (Careful here! Reva Road doglegs left, and there’s a driveway with a gate on your right. You don’t want either.)

  • Go .6 miles to the Pine Rock sign and stone pillars on your left.


From the north side of Culpeper:

  • At the light on Route 229 South (Rixeyville Road) at Hoffman Lane, turn right on Rt. 694 (Western Outer Loop).

  • Go 2.3 miles to the T-stop, and turn right on Rt. 522 (Sperryville Pike).

  • Go 2.5 miles to a left turn on Rt. 633 (Norman Road).

  • Go 3.3 miles, then STAY STRAIGHT onto Whippoorwill Lane.

  • Go .9 miles to a left turn on Glebe Way.

  • Pine Rock is the first driveway on your right, with a sign and stone pillars.

Dogs are NOT permitted.

More details will be provided as the date approaches. 

Questions? Please contact Mandi Dillon @ 703-509-6151 or

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