Make rides positive for everyone—horseback and not—by following the commandments of trail etiquette.
Reduce the number of spooks you have on the trail with a ground-up approach.
Awareness in these five areas will keep you and your horse safe on the trail.
Learn eight ways to be more confident on your trail ride.
Learn how your riding fitness affects your trail ride, and what you can do to make your horse’s job easier.
Learn how to prepare for a pack trip into the backcountry.
All of your trail tack, including your trail saddle must fit your horse well and allow him to do his job. It also needs to complement your trail-riding needs.
Use Ken McNabb's tips for hoof care and trail-prep tips for a safe, fun trail ride.
Stay in the saddle the rest of your life by focusing now on posture, balance, and core strength.
Glide down the trail on the back of a smooth-gaited horse with our guide to eight great destinations.
Learn when it’s time to turn around on the trail and how to remain your horse’s “herd leader” in challenging situations.
Julie Goodnight shows you how to lead a horse over obstacles you would experience on the trails.
Julie Goodnight explains how to use a rope halter on the trail.