The Trail Rider Magazine
About The Trail Rider MagazineThe Trail Rider magazine is for recreational riders who wish to learn more about horses, trail riding and horse camping. Each issue of The Trail Rider magazine specializes in destination-oriented, from-the-saddle accounts and fosters a sense of community among those who enjoy riding adventures. More Info
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Best of many excellent magazines for those of us who spend most of our horse time on trails instead of the show ring, the race track or dressage. The articles are just the right length to cover the subject w/o inundating the reader with extraneous ideas.