Hunter Taylor, Robert and Kathy Taylor's youngest child, is a very busy young man. Besides keeping a hectic high school schedule, he works on the family farm in the afternoons and evenings, foxhunts, and competes in both football and mounted games competitions, winning the Northern Ireland Championship in 2012 and in 2013 he won the New South Wales pairs competition, tied for second in the individuals competition, and his team took third place!
From a very early age Hunter was exposed to farming, horses, hounds, foxhunting, and a variety of different riding disciplines, at times competing one day jumping and the next day in mounted games. Hunter's roots run deep in both fox hunting and mounted games. He is the son of the current MFH of Goshen hounds, grandson of Rick Jones, retired MFH of Goshen Hounds, and of Irish huntsman Jack Taylor, and great grandson of the legendary Irish huntsman Tommy Taylor. In addition to such a rich background in fox hunting, both of Hunter's parents provided him with a solid foundation in mounted games as both were coaches on international mounted games teams.
Hunter has a zest for life which extends to his enjoyment in a variety of activities and hobbies, from farming, horses, athletics(football), to keen a interest in military history.