This fall, consider embarking on rides that push the envelope a little — and stay in your memory forever. | MORE
Avoid summer’s extreme heat by hitting high-altitude mountain trails. Here’s how to cope with mountain-riding weather. | MORE
In the backcountry, hobbling is one viable horse-containment option. It’s light on the land, since it approximates free-range grazing. Here are some hobbling tips. | MORE
Dan Aadland explains how to cross fast-moving streams with care | MORE
When it comes to choosing a horse bit for your trail horse, keep an open mind about horse bits. | MORE
In training pack animals, consider the way each travels and also the ability of your string leader (the horse you ride) or pony horse to vary his speed | MORE
There is an upside and a downside to every story, and the same goes for round bales. Round hay bales can be work easier if you have multiple horses on the property, but can cause problems with over-eaters. | MORE
As you take to higher elevations with your horse, learn how to prevent dehydration, a cause of Acute Mountain Sickness.
Spring trail riding can be both exhilarating and treacherous. Read on for seven steps that will help you and your horse achieve trail ride safety in the spring.
America's vast public lands provide an expansive trail-riding experience - and present unique challenges, as well.