If you’re looking to add a competitive edge to your next trail ride, check out this month’s issue with everything you need to know about competitive trail riding.
Rich in Western history, Fort Robinson’s 20,000 acres is filled with beautiful buttes and rolling hills, making it the perfect fall destination.
Learn about the Cross Country Trail Ride held annually in Eminence, Missouri.
This summer, hitch up, and head to McCrystal Creek country in northern New Mexico’s stunning Sangre de Cristo Mountains.
Explore Arizona with Horse&Rider’s trusted trail riding experts, Kent and Charlene Krone.
Enjoy trail-riding trips despite a tight economy with these creative tips.
Find the description of your on-the-trail persona…then learn what you can do, if need be, to improve it.
Make rides positive for everyone—horseback and not—by following the commandments of trail etiquette.
Use Ken McNabb's tips for hoof care and trail-prep tips for a safe, fun trail ride.
Associate/Digital Editor Nichole Chirico headed to Montana to attend The Resort at Paws Up's annual Cowgirl Spring Roundup.
Make the post-ride experience a positive one to end your trail ride on a high note with these trailering tips.
California’s Joshua Tree National Park offers spectacular trail riding through unique desert ecosystems.
Stay in the saddle the rest of your life by focusing now on posture, balance, and core strength.
Teach your trail horse to step out confidently on his own, trusting you to be his herd leader.
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.
Ready to ride through spectacular fall color? Here’s how to plan your trip, and stay safe and comfortable on your ride.