Trail Savvy: Winter Riding Goals

Winter Riding
Photo Courtesy Robert Eversole

Tips for Staying Motivated in the Off-Season Don’t let snow and cold temperatures deter you from pursuing your riding goals. When the wind is howling, the snow is knee-deep, and you can no longer feel your face while gathering your horses from the other side of the pasture, it’s easy …

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Feature: Surviving Winter

Feature: Surviving Winter
Photos by Kim Roe

Strategies for Barn, Farm, and Arena Every winter I create a to-do list of improvements for my farm that will make surviving the season with horses more bearable. I want to ride and train all winter comfortably, keep my horses fit, and spend less time miserably cold and performing drudgery …

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Willfully Guided: Tips for Making Progress All Winter Long

Don't Let Winter Slow You Down
Photo courtesy Allison Trimble

Don’t Let Winter Slow You Down Winter riding in the Northwest can pose many obstacles, particularly with horses still in early training. My aged horses and I both feel like the winter is a wonderful time for being tucked warmly inside. It doesn’t hurt any of our feelings to hibernate, …

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