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Former USPC President Sherman P. Haight Jr., ReceivedThe Julian Marshall Award
This year’s recipient of the Julian Marshall award has given a
lifetime of service to the promotion and preservation of the sport of
fox hunting. Sherman Haight was a master and huntsman of the Litchfield
County hounds for over thirty years. He was also nationally prominent as
past president of the MFHA, the American Foxhound Club, and the United
States Pony Clubs, Inc. Mr.Haight was President of the USPC from 1961 -
Mr. Haight’s role in the preservation of fox huntingis
perhaps best exemplified by his conception of the Museum of Hounds and
Hunting in the early 1980s. Opened in 1985, the museum is dedicated to
maintaining North America’s history of hunting with hounds.
About the Julian M. Marshall Award
- Julian M. Marshall served as President of the Bryn Mawr Hound Show
Association from 1983 through 1987, and as Honorary President from 1988
through 1999. After Mr. Marshall's death, his family inaugurated the
award, which is presented at the Hound Show Association luncheon by Mr.
Marshall's widow, Mrs. Tenny Marshall. A living individual is selected
for this prestigeous annual honor based upon his or her lifetime
contribution to hounds and hunting.