Trail-Ride into Old West History

Lincoln County, New Mexico, is a land embedded in history. Billy the Kid, Kit Carson, Black Jack Pershing, the Buffalo Soldiers, and the Apache all rode here. The Lincoln County War

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Canter the California Coast

The sound of the waves crashing against the rocks competed with the pounding of our horse's hooves on the wet sand as Ricochet Ridge Ranch owner Lari Shea cantered along beside me on

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Colorful Colorado

Thirty-five miles from Colorado Springs, Colorado, tucked away at the end of a little dirt road, is a rider's paradise, the M Lazy C Ranch. This 1906 homestead ranch has been lovingly

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Winter Solitude

Destination: Southern Utah. Overview: Southern Utah is a prime winter destination for equine adventures. You'll avoid deep snow; in fact, you might not find any snow at all. You'll also avoid the summer crowds. Best time to go: Between January

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Red Cliffs & Rugged Canyons

Welcome to a land of red sandstone cliffs, rugged caprock canyons, hills covered with tenacious red-berry juniper and ragged mesquite, all interlaced with wandering trails. We're

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Woody's Corral in the Gila National Forest

Woody's Corral in the Gila National Forest is a one-stop shop. This beautiful area has immense variety in terrain: more than 1,400 miles of trails; ancient cliff dwellings; four of the six life zones (areas with similar plant and

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Night Time Trail Ride in the Sonora Desert

Our Sonoran desert is downright beautiful with adequate moisture, which it usually gets every winter and summer. But Arizona has had a succession of years with well below average rainfall.? It's not

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