Pocket Knife for Trail Riding
There are several reasons you might want to have a pocket knife handy when you’re at the barn, but when you’re on a trail ride, a pocket knife can help you get out of a sticky situation. It’s easy to keep this slim pocket knife in your pocket, clipped to your belt, or attached to your lanyard or keychain. Plus, the one-handed opening feature lets you keep one hand on the reins if you need to use the knife on horseback. $164.99; caseknives.com.
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Pack the Necessities
Products to use during your next riding adventure.
1. Overnight Highline
For long rides or overnight camping trips, use a no-knot picket line tie to easily and safely secure your horse when there aren’t hitching rails or corrals nearby. $54.88; jtidist.com.
2. Stay Cool
Ensure that you have plenty of snacks and cold water available at the trailer with this tough-as-nails soft cooler that’s lightweight and keeps things cold for hours. $350; yeti.com.
3. Safety First
From wound cleaning products to antibiotic dressings, this kit is travel-friendly and is easy to stash in your saddlebag so you’re prepared for anything. $21.95; smartpakequine.com.