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2008 Tevis Cup Ride Cancelled

July 21, 2008 -- After much deliberation and careful assessment, the Western States Trail Foundation Board of Governors regrets to announce the cancellation of the 2008 Tevis Cup Ride due...

SHI Announces Charity Trail Ride

Feb. 21, 2006 -- Horse theft didn't ride out with the Old West. Today, it's a growing business. Debi Metcalfe, founder of Stolen Horse International (SHI) and her NetPosse Volunteers...

Choosing to Ride at College

In my initial search for colleges, one of my main criteria was the presence of an equestrian team; if the school did not have a team, I wasn't going to...

The Cross Country Trail Ride

We cherish The Trail Rider articles from such folks as Garth and Kathy Rumsmoke, who go out on the road for months at a time to seek...

Ride N Style Stirrup Covers

Ride n Style was started in July 2006 by Melinda McDaniel and her mom Martha Funk. Melinda was at a team roping waiting in the heading line for her...

Video: Ride the Trot Lengthening

If you're like many First Level dressage riders, trot lengthenings may seem to be a matter of talent--some horses lengthen more naturally and easily than others--or luck, as in the...

Wild Ride at Wild Deuce

Wild Deuce Retreats & Outfitting is only 45 minutes from Rocky Mountain House, Alberta, and just over three hours from the metropolis of Calgary. Wild Deuce has it all,...

Ride With Your Mind Essentials

Chapter 5: Breathing--How to Bear Down and Breathe Description of the Ideal Good riders bear down and breathe continually, without a sense of effort. The muscle use of bearing...

Dressage People: Century Club Ride

In 1996, The Dressage Foundation formed the Century Club to honor horse-and-rider pairs whose combined ages add up to 100 or more. In fall 2009, 74-year-old clinician and...

Ride Bridleless with Lynn Palm

[/caption] You may think that you control your horse with the bridle and bit, but that assumption is actually only partially true. After all, your horse’s “engine” and turning apparatus are...

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