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Taking Trail to the Extreme

Extreme mountain trail is an event like no other. But there are some key fundamentals a horse and rider must know so they can better tackle the obstacles they’re faced with.
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10 Mistakes You’re Making on the Trail (And How You Can Fix Them)

Monique Potts goes over different scenarios that might happen during a trail ride and shows you how you can avoid them in the first place.
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Utah’s Crimson Canyons

Saddle up, and head into southeastern Utah’s magnificent canyons for an unforgettable equestrian adventure.
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Riding the Dragoons

Explore This Desert Destination

Ride from cacti to pine trees in Arizona’s enchanting Dragoon Mountains with our from-the-saddle guide to top trails, area camps, and more.
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Wagons Ho in Oregon

Jangling chains, rumbling wheels, and snorting horses were the sounds of the 40th Pendleton Round-Up Wagon Train in Oregon, a historic event the Krones were fortunate enough to participate in for the third time.
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Breathtaking Banff

Ride the jewel of the Canadian Rockies with our insider guide to three top outfitters ready to take you into the vast Banff National Park.
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Fall Riding at Fort Robinson

Rich in Western history, Fort Robinson’s 20,000 acres is filled with beautiful buttes and rolling hills, making it the perfect fall destination.
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Trivia Challenge: Are *You* Ready for a Change?

Answer the questions, then check at bottom for the key. For more great information about horses, read H&R’s ‘The Ride’ newsletter. (Not getting it? Sign up below—it’s free!)
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Trail Riding in the Grand Canyon

There’s perhaps no better way to see the Grand Canyon—one of the seven wonders of the natural world and a national park since 1919—than through the ears of a sure-footed mule.
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