Use these expert tips to prepare for a horse-camping adventure, whether you’re planning to camp at the trailhead or in the backcountry.
Enjoy fall colors from the back of your equine friend at Transfer Horse Camp, located in Colorado’s San Juan Mountains.
You really can ride your own horse in Hollywood! Here’s an inside guide to touring famous movie and television locations on horseback.
Hit the trails with the American Paint Horse Association on the Triple R Ranch Ride in Kentucky and the Fort Robinson Trail Ride in Nebraska.
Discover scenic day rides within an easy drive from city limits. This issue: Lory State Park, near Denver, Colorado; Wildcat Mountain State Park near Madison, Wisconsin; and DuPuis Management Area near West Palm Beach, Florida.
Arizona’s Superstition Mountains are steeped in lore, intrigue, and mystery. Here’s our from-the-saddle report.
Saddle up, and ride down the history trail in these well-preserved American Civil War battlefield parks. Here’s a comprehensive guide.
Riding the well-trained mounts of Geronimo Trail Guest Ranch is the perfect way to experience New Mexico’s endless trails and rich history.
Just 90 minutes from the Washington, D.C., metroplex, Fort Valley Ranch offers a civilized adventure in the scenic Blue Ridge Mountains.
The Appaloosa Horse Club’s 35th Annual Sheltowee Trail Ride will be held September 28 through October 5, 2014, at Elkins Creek Horse Camp in...
by Rebecca Gimenez PhDHere’s a rundown of key documents you need when you travel with your horse. When you travel with your horse, you need to carry a number of documents, especially if you're crossing state lines. Some documents show your horse is healthy. Some will help you if you're in an emergency situation. ...Read More
by Rebecca Gimenez PhDTime to tune up your trailer for summer's trail-riding adventures. A well-maintained trailer will be safer for both you and your horse than one in shoddy shape. Here's a handy checklist....Read More
by Shawn HamiltonFive, four, three, two, one, and off he goes!;
Sipping a glass of wine poolside, I watched the crazy whitewater rafter plunge headfirst into the chilly Ottawa river attached to a......Read More
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We take you to an Anna Twinney horsemanship clinic at the Hideout Lodge and Guest Ranch in Shell, Wyoming. Find out how Twinney’s Reach Out to Horses method can help you on the trail and off.
Expert advice from Hitch Up! Magazine.
Top trainer/clinician Julie Goodnight answers readers' questions on training, safety, horsemanship, and more.
Check out the latest trail gear, on-trail tests from our experts, camping gear, and more!
CEH Horse Report
A lot of universities and colleges put out equine newsletters. But if you’ve never seen the...Read more
A Fall Horse Vacation
Here in Tennessee, the leaves are still falling, but fall is fading away. Before it’s gone, I want to...Read more
Florida: Contamination Confirmed by State Tests After Lakeland Animal Nutrition Products Recalled
For the second time in less than a month, a US feed company has initiated a voluntary recall of horse feed....Read more