Trail Savvy: The 10 Trail-Riding Essentials

Images Courtesy Robert Eversole, TrailMeister

Pair these tools with common sense for a great ride. Back in the early 1930s, a group of mountaineers in the Pacific Northwest created the 10 Essentials; a list of items intended to help you respond positively in an accident or emergency and help you safely spend an unplanned night …

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Business Profile: Rockmount Western Wear

Rockmount Ranch
The Rockmount Ranch Wear flagship store

(Photo Caption: The Rockmount Ranch Wear flagship store sells everything from their signature snap shirts to housewares, boots, and bolo ties. Visit them in person at Rockmount Ranch Wear, 1626 Wazee St., Denver, Colorado, 80202, or online at rockmount.com.) This Downtown Denver staple has outfitted the best in the West …

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Small Farm Makeover: Will the Barn You Build Be Good for the Neighborhood?

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Sensitivity in Barn Design as a Steward of the Land Land development comes with responsibilities that go beyond paying taxes and keeping the grass, cover crop, or woods maintained. Ideally, when property owners seek to construct permanent structures, such as houses and barns, consideration for all aspects of environmental impact …

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Horse Books: The Rider’s Guide to Living Your Best Life on Horseback

New Bolder, Braver, Brighter book by Coach Daniel Stewart full of confidence-building mental tools Coach Daniel Stewart, author of the hit equestrian workout Fit and Focused in 52, is back with new plans to power you up, bolster your confidence, and supply you with the mental tools you need to be …

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Have Horse, Will Travel

Top 5 Reasons to Take Your Horse to an Event The competition season is in full swing. It’s always a busy time for those of us immersed in the competitive and/or educational aspects of the horse world. I’m involved as an instructor, clinician, judge, and competitor.  I enjoy traveling to …

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