Volume 17 | Trail Ride Together

Do you know the proper etiquette for group trail riding? Before you and your friends hit the trail together, make sure you know the rules of the road.

Riding in a group can make trail riding a more fun experience for everyone involved. But if someone isn’t used to riding in a group, they might not know the proper trail etiquette that will help keep everyone safe. This month’s issue of Horse&Rider Trail Riding Monthly has everything you need to know before hitting the trail. With an explanation of the rules of the road and group-riding guidelines, you and your friends will be ready for a fun and safe trail ride in no time.

 In this edition of Trail Riding Monthly, you’ll receive the following:

Head South to Tucson

Rules of the Road

Group-Riding Guidelines

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