The Official Trail Directory Of These Great Organizations

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  • Virginia Horse Council
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  • Reviews

    Aah Light

    November 10, 2017

    The Aah Light I was a skeptic. Not anymore. I first encountered the Aah Light in the spring of 2017 while teaching at the Mane Event in Scottsdale, AZ.  I … Continue Reading »

    Trailer Eyes
  • As published in The Northwest Horse Source, November 2017 edition. My summer of trail rides and horse camping was wonderful. Until it wasn’t. You might have heard that I took … Continue Reading »

    OES
  • TRAIL GUIDE VIDEOS TIPS Follow the Trail to Fall Riding 5 fall horse riding tips. READ MORE 3 November ride destinations The letter “N” is our starting point. READ MORE … Continue Reading »

  • Nice wide trails for riding buddies! Beautiful grounds, wonderful parking. Creek to cross, little wooden bridge (or another creek crossing!) for mounts to get used to varied "obstacles". People with dogs and bikes are al

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  • Barefoot friendly horse trails through woods and open land. Many creek crossing and well marked trails. Real southern hospitality from your host Richard Dunn and his daughter Brooke. This is a beautiful place to ride and

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    Horse and Mule Gear
  • Mostly wooded, with several open fields and wildlife ponds (4-5). Three easy-access parking areas, and close to Springfield and Marshfield. Riders almost cannot get lost as the area is enclosed with perimeter fencing. Al

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    Trailer Eyes
  • So many well-marked trails to explore. Love this place!

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  • I've ridden at Alamo RV for a number of years and have also done a lot of camping there. I've always recommended it to other riders. However, things have changed. The camp now only has a very small, limited riding area.

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  • First ride here and loved it. Choice of trails going up hill. We took the trail with the gentle upward slope and rode almost to the top of Antoine Peak. Came back on Canfield gultch - switch backs and lots of side

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