Articles Tagged 'Trail Horses'

The Gift of a Trail Ride

Equestrian Travel Articles — December 20, 2017
Equitrekking contributor and competitive trail rider Stacey Stearns remembers a fateful gift that restored her confidence and inspired her lifelong love of trail riding.  By Stacey Stearns I hated trail riding when I was growing up. I always had “hot” horses, and while they honed my equitation skills, their behavior… Read more »

A Treasure Hunt on Horseback: Competitive Mounted Orienteering

Expert Equestrian Articles — December 2, 2014
Horsemanship, teamwork and lots of fun! Find out why Mounted Orienteering is gaining popularity in the United States. by Jocelyn Pierce Competitive Mounted Orienteering (CMO) is a national equestrian sport that has been existence for over 25 years and has active chapters in several states. CMO puts riders and horses… Read more »

PATH Intl and ACTHA work together to hold 1,000 Rides in March

Darley's Travel Blog — January 10, 2014
A lofty and cool goal! ACTHA and PATH Internatioanl work to host 1,000 horseback rides during the month of March to raise money for riding centers across the nation and help bring national awareness of the benefits of therapeutic horse programs. Learn how you can join a ride and get… Read more »

American Competitive Trail Horse Association

Expert Equestrian Articles — October 5, 2013
Learn about overcoming obstacles on the trail from the American Competitive Trail Horse Association. by Debbie Land  Whether you are a mounted shooter, team roper, barrel racer or a pleasure rider, your horse will benefit from time away from the stress and routine of an arena. Keeping a horse mentally… Read more »