Janet Jolliff ( 2002 to present) is a former member of the Rappahannock Hunt Board of Directors and a member of the Virginia State 4-H Show Steering Committee, where she has managed the Virginia State 4-H Hunter Horse Show for ten years. She is a founding member and past District Commissioner of the Old Rag Pony Club.
Janet has been involved in many aspects of the equine business for the past 30 plus years showing hunters, fox hunting, eventing, operating a boarding stable and working with children and young adults to help them become knowledgeable, well-rounded horsemen and women through various 4-H and Pony Club programs. Janet currently resides in Culpeper, Virginia.
Betty Douglas ( 2004 to present) is a graduate of Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio with a B.A. in English Literature. After leaving Ohio, she moved to New Jersey where she started her career as a groom and worked her way up to barn manager for several prominent show stables allowing her chance to travel to Europe in 1978 and 1980 for competition. In 1983, Betty moved to Middleburg, Virginia where she fox hunted and worked for various steeplechase and training barns. Throughout her many years service for others, she ran her own field hunter and pony barn.
Barton Hitchcock (2000-2002, 2008 to present) is a graduate of Radford College with a BA in English. After working 11 years at the Culpepper Farmers' Co-op, she became a lumber buyer in the treated wood industry for 18 years.
Foxhunting has always been a passion for Barton, and she currently serves as Treasurer of the Rappahannock Hunt, on the Board of Directors, as well as a Whipper-In. Active in the local community, Barton served for six years on the local Culpeper County School Board.
Carron Hernandez (2008-present) grew up riding and showing in Bermuda where she successfully competed locally and internationally in the Jumpers. She left Bermuda to attend Lynchburg College where she graduated with a B.Sc. in Environmental Science and an M.Ed. in Education. While in college Carron was a member of the Lynchburg College riding team and competed in ODAC and IHSA competitions. After graduating, she moved to the northern Virginia area, where she worked for numerous horsemen, and eventually started a lesson and boarding business, where she continues to have great success with her students at the local shows. Carron resides in Hume, Virginia with her husband and two sons.