AERC’s 2019 National Limited Distance Best Condition winner shares her story of starting an older horse in endurance riding By Samantha Miller There is a
Category: Trail Tips
Surviving Bear Country: Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem Area
Story and photography by Ozana Sturgeon “Always respect Mother Nature. Especially when she weighs 400 pounds and is guarding her baby”- James Rolling Words can’t
Winter Riding Tips by the Trailmeister
What’s the Forecast? The weather forecast is a rider’s friend, a great planning tool, and something that we should pay attention to. For winter trail
Dealing with Fear in the Saddle
Story and photo by Robert Eversole Trailmeister Greetings, I was originally going to write about low impact horse camping techniques for this month’s column. After
SPRING TRAIL RIDING
There are times the trails need to be left alone Story and photos By Robert Eversole TrailMeister Many of our most common questions about trail
How to Set up a Highline When Camping with Horses and Mules
Detailed instructions on setting up a highline for horse and mule riders who like to camp with their stock. Video by Robert Eversole the Trailmeister.
Riding Among Wildlife
By Mark Peterson Have no fear! Encountering wildlife from horseback is why I ride. It’s what I live to do! Wildlife will not harm you.