The squirting water box was a real deal breaker a lady from Florida recently told me while are a trail challenge. Not only did most
Training with Trust
By Kenny Harlow There comes a point in your life where hopefully you have the insight to look for guidance and education from someone you
How to Increase Your Quantity of Obstacles
By Brandy Von Holten If you are a host of any obstacle competition, after a few events you start drawing a blank on how to
Who is FOSH?
By Teresa Bippen FOSH, Friends of Sound Horses, is a unique, all volunteer organization committed to supporting the welfare of the whole horse. The mission
Who Said Tennessee Walkers Aren’t Versatile?
By Colleen Leon In 2003 a well-known local cowboy was having a big tack sale in my neighborhood. A friend of mine was looking for
Great Escape Mustang Sanctuary
Deer Trail, Colorado “The horses are coming!” On a snowy morning in November, the cry went out of the approaching Mustangs. We watch spellbound as
What Can I Do With My Baby?
By Nancy Slater Just because baby horses are little, doesn’t mean you can’t teach them important things. Young horses are super learners. Because they are
Top Trail: Seven Reasons Why You Should Track & Log Your Rides
By Troy Lynn Norris There’s just something about the number 7. For all of us at Top Trail it’s significant because we will celebrate our
Alamo River RV Ranch and Campground
By Lynda Haynes Charlie Brown, Owner of Alamo River RV Ranch and Campground, acquired the land in 1993. This beautiful 100-acre ranch was what Mr.
BCHA Member Rides Long Distance and Publishes Book
The Big Quiet – One Woman’s Horseback Ride Home The Saddle Ridge BCHA chapter at Hillsdale Lake, Paola, Kansas, is working hand-in-glove with managers of