Nestled midway between historic Marshall,
and lovely Middleburg, deep in the rolling hills of Virginia's incomparable Hunt Country,
lies Willoughby Farm, home of our host, Barbara Scott.
In October the vista is an artist's palette of breath-taking color. This
is the setting for the MG Car Club, Washington, D.C. Centre's Hunt Country Classic
British Vehicle Show.
And, there's entertainment for everyone, from apple pressing for the kids,
to hayrides for all to round out the day! Additional entertainment is provided by the
Alexandria Pipers. Combine this with a delicious lunch, and you have the
Hunt Country Classic experience...one without equal.
This year we will be continuing the Prince of Wales class. All first
place winners from the previous year will automatically be entered in the prestigious Prince of Wales
class. There they will be judged, and the "best of the best" will win the coveted
Prince of Wales award.
Each year the Hunt Country Classic holds a silent auction, with the proceeds going to
a charitable organization in the local area. Again this year we have selected the Middleburg Humane
Foundation, a non-profit farm shelter for large and small animals located in Marshall, Virginia. It
specializes in the rehabilitation of abused and neglected animals. Last year we raised more for MHF
than in any year before. We hope to do even more this year! Learn more at
A great review of this event appeared at SPEEDVISION.COM,
now known as the SPEED
CHANNEL. The articles are reproduced at the links below.
This event was also reviewed in the June/July, 2001 issue of BRITISH CAR magazine
and the March 2005 and March 2006 issues of CLASSIC MOTORSPORTS
magazine (formerly known as BRITISH CAR magazine).
For more information contact us at: