Prepare your trail horse for the veterinarian with these lessons in ground manners from noted clinician Julie Goodnight.
Learn from these trail tips how to mount your horse from the right side, where to stash your lead rope while trail riding and what to pack while trail riding.
Learn how to adjust the curb strap on your bridle and why you should choose leather chaps for trail riding.
We couldn't fit every saddle and pad category into a single issue of Horse&Rider magazine, so here are two more classes of saddles and three categories of saddle pads to add to your list to consider. | MORE
Safely load and unload your horse from the trailer with this seven-step technique from top trainer and clinician Julie Goodnight. | MORE
Is your horse “jiggy” and tense on the trail? Does he trot anxiously in place, refusing to move forward slowly and calmly? If so, you’re likely tense and | MORE
"Be prepared!” That’s the Boy Scout motto. An excellent motto for life, but it’s also an outstanding motto for trail riders, especially when you go on the road | MORE
You love to get away from it all. Trekking into the backcountry on a good horse is one of the most satisfying ways to spend time with like-minded | MORE