Trail and Recreational Riding

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camping with horses

Safe and Smart Horse Camping

Camping is all about simplicity and going back to nature, but adding horses to the picture means you must make many more considerations. Our sources shared their top tips for getting ready to go horse camping.

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greener horse trails

Tips for Greener Horse Trails

Even out in the great wide-open there are things we horse owners can do to reduce our impact on the environment and take care of natural resources. Here’s what to remember.

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Keeping Your Horse Healthy on the Trail

Emergencies on the Trail

When riding your horse in the woods or the wilderness, things can go wrong–and usually when least expected. Here are some possible predicaments you might face while out on the trail.

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