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Warm Winter Trail Rides

Discover day rides just outside city limits. Zmudowski State Beach, Monterey County, California; Copper Canyon Trail near Santa Fe, New Mexico; and Lady Hawk Farm, LLC, Inverness, Florida.

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The Trail Home

Equestrian communities designed for trail riders are springing up all over the country. Read on to find out if such a community is right for you.

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Ride Fall's Golden Trails

We take you to Deep Creek Boarding Stables and Camping near Asheville, North Carolina; Vermont Equine Tours near Burlington, Vermont, and Panther Creek Campground and Horse Trails near Jefferson City, Missouri.


On-Trail First-Aid Kit

Here's what to pack in your on-trail first-aid kit, and how to use each item. Review this list with your veterinarian for more information on how to provide on-trail first-aid and to see whether he or she has any further suggestions.

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Trailer-Tuneup Checklist

Time to tune up your trailer for summer?s trail-riding adventures. A well-maintained trailer will be safer for both you and your horse than one in shoddy shape. Here?s a handy checklist.

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Horse Trails are Disappearing

Farmland, forests, and open space are being developed into residential and commercial developments at a rate of 6,000 acres per day, according to the USDA. We need 36 million acres of land just to feed the 9-plus million horses in the United States.