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Great Reads for the Trail Rider

As much as I hate to admit it winter is the time of the year when my easy chair sees more of me than my saddle. There’s something about a log roaring in the stove that...

The Daily Tip

December 2, 2014 – Christmas Gifts for Horse Owners – For horse campers, a water tank will let you stay longer at the trailhead and enjoy the trails that...

Trailer Knowledge Essentials

Having horses keeps us on the move, and not just heading down the trail. Even if we’re fortunate enough to have a local trail system handy we’ll soon want to travel...

Knots vs. Hardware

Amongst horse riders and especially horse campers, both of the trailhead and backcountry persuasions, one topic consistently sparks debate: ropework or gadgets? Are you...

The Swinging Life – Hammocking

When riding the backcountry across remote mountain ridges and miles of seemingly untouched terrain, being comfortable is one of your top priorities. A good nights sleep...

What a Horse Sees

Here’s a great resource on sharing trails with horses, mountain bikers, and hikers: “What a Horse Sees!” – a short film illustrating safe ways of passing horse and...

Keeping the Horse Rider Cool

Your horse or mule isn’t the only one at risk of heat stroke or dehydration. Riders must take precautions to prevent overheating in summer months. Dehydration can cause...