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The parent organization, Backcountry Horsemen of America, have branches all over the country for avid trail riders. Get involved with a local riding group or club with helpful advice from an experienced trail boss in this video on horseback riding.
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Hi I'm Judy Smith, I'm an avid, avid trail rider, been riding for many years. I'm here to talk to you about the different organizations that you can contact for trail riding. You have your local trail riding clubs. We have a Washington trail riders, we have a local chapter Mount St. Helen's chapter Back Country Horseman, you have Back Country Horseman of Washington, you have Back Country Horseman organizations in almost every state in the United States or you can go to Back Country Horseman of America Online, and they will have links to all the different states. Also the different breeds. The Tennessee Walker, I know the Fox Trotter, I know the Quarter Horse, the Appaloosa, and I am sure the other breeds do too. They all have a trail riding segment in which you keep track of your mileage, and you win awards that way. So whichever way you go whether it is you local clubs, your chapters, your organizations. You can also go to your local feed stores, because they are usually in the know as to what local organizations there are as far as your riding clubs, your trail clubs.
Specialty: Trail Rides