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Evaluating Your Horse in Motion As part of our education we use a Horse Treadmill, Cameras and a simple dirt Track to evaluate before and after trimming and / or shoeing. As a farrier and horse owner, it is amazing how you can see up close and personal how the gait and conformation dictates the horses’ performance. As we film it, we can later review it in slow motion. GREAT education tool only located here. Farriers are self-employed American Made business owners ! Professional Farriers are Horsemen and woman first. We all work together.

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addling up Strider to get him out and exercised while at the Miles City MT Bucking Horse weekend, I put my iphone in the pouch on the saddle that I always carry it in. As I did, I “heard” down inside me, that voice that everyone describes as....”something just told me”....I was instructed to buckle the pouch. I was in a hurry and it had never fallen out before. So....my logic took it’s place of prominence and I obeyed it....disregarding that small, inner voice, I headed out. I met up with a friend at the track and after a nice, easy exercise, she suggested we ride across the road where there was a lake. Heck yeah! All the years of coming to Bucking Horse weekend, I never knew about Spotted Eagle Lake. This lake has such great sloping ground that gradually gets deeper so as to be perfect for taking horses into the water. Out into the water we went as the horses were refreshing themselves by splashing with great delight! All of a sudden, I watched helplessly as my phone flew ever so gracefully out of it’s pouch and into the deeper water. How many times have I “heard” that inner voice that instructed me and it had proven itself out to be the voice of God, by either positive or negative consequences, depending on whether or not I honored what I heard by obeying! My ability to be reached by my sons, friends and office was LOST....not to mention, I am now in Verizon country and there’s no AT&T for 100 miles....AND....I had several more days of being there before I could get a replacement phone.

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Asking The Lord if there was some prophetic message in this experience, He began to speak into my heart about the law of HONOR. We reap the results of what we honor! This is true across the board. He said if I would have honored His voice, I would still have my phone but because I honored MY logic over His voice, I reaped the consequences of honoring my voice over His. He also began to speak to me about this day and age we live in.....a prophetic insight if you may. He said that if we as a people will honor His voice, we will have open communication with Him which will be vital in the days coming upon us. But if we choose to dishonor Him by disregarding His voice, we will LOSE the ability for clear communication with the Almighty. Just as I lost my ability to freely communicate by my phone being somewhere at the bottom of the lake, so will we, if we do not honor the privilege of open communication with The Lord of all the earth. How do we honor His voice? By PRACTICING through our daily affairs, listening to His voice, as He speaks inside us, as well as what is recorded in His Word and OBEYING what we hear! So many people who acknowledge that Jesus is their Lord and Savior are blatantly living in total disregard of His words! It starts THERE! You can’t sharpen your hearing to that inner voice when you aren’t even obeying what’s written in His Word! Bottom line? Communication with the Almighty is going to be CRUCIAL in the coming days! You can’t wait for the storm to hit before you start listening to Him! Start now! Sharpen your hearing by PRACTICING obedience to what you believe is His voice! It will prove to literally be a life saver!

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Murphy’s Laws for Horse’s and Horse Owners • If you do a thorough check of your trailer before hauling, your truck will break down. • There is no such thing as a sterile barn cat. • No one ever notices how you ride until you fall off. • A horse’s misbehavior will be in direct proportion to the number of people who are watching. • Tack you hate never wears out; blankets you hate cannot be destroyed; horses you hate cannot be sold and will outlive you. • Clipper blades will become dull only when the horse is half finished. Clipper motors will quit only when you have the horse’s head left to trim. • If you’re wondering if you left the water on in the barn, you did. If you’re wondering if you latched the pasture gate, you didn’t. • One horse isn’t enough; two is too many. • If you approach within 50 feet of the barn in your “street clothes,” you will get dirty. • You can’t push a horse on a lunge line. • If a horse is advertised “under $5,000,” you can bet he isn’t $2,500. • The number of horses you own increases according to the number of stalls in your barn. • An uncomplicated horse can be ruined with enough schooling. • You can’t run a barn without baling twine. • Hoof picks migrate. • Wind velocity increases in direct proportion to how well your hat fits. • There is no such thing as the “right feed.” • If you fall off, you will land on the site of your most recent injury. • The least useful horse in your barn eats the most, requires corrective shoeing every three weeks and requires the servces of the vet a minimum of once a month. • The horse you really want you can’t afford. The horse you can afford isn’t for sale. • Bailing twine multiplies in the dark. • No one really learns how to swear until they learn how to ride. • Ninety-eight percent of all horse folk consider themselves above average riders. VOLUME 3 | ISSUE 3 2017

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here is always a lot of division on this subject and like most training tools or techniques, most of the success and failures is in the method or application of the tools. I do believe in the use of hobbles, side lines and other restraints, if introduced correctly and in a safe environment. While managing a large number of horses on a cattle station back home in Australia, it was here that I saw significant results and changes in using restraints. The horse plant ( working stock) would spend any where up to 4-5 months fending for themselves. The horse paddock / pasture was around 10,000 acres, which was the smallest pasture of the million acre cattle station. The horses during this time had little to no contact with humans, so in the event of being caught in a fence or other numerous obstacles they had to figure it out themselves. The reason for this is that during that time frame most of the station would be covered in flood waters and become unaccessible. When I first started, I noticed a lot of injuries because of wire or other objects that the horses had been caught in. As a result of teaching the horses about restraints/ hobbles I had a decreased the number of these types of injuries. Now let me explain why. Most horses natural response is to kick or struggle when they feel themselves trapped or restrained. My goal when using restraints is to help the horse learn not to panic, I want them to think about their position and where the restraint is, examplesHorse in hobbles - horse standing with his foot on his lead rope or reins. How do we start this process-?? I firstly introduce a long cotton rope attached to the halter. The rope length always depends on the size of the round pen or yard, typically my rope is about 30 feet. 12

It’s important that you have a safe round pen or enclosed area, ideally sand or a soft surface. Firstly, I start allowing the horse to step over the rope and letting it touch his body and legs. As the horse becomes more comfortable with this on both sides, I then start trapping or allowing the horses legs to be caught in the rope. It’s important not to restrain him right away as I want him to think about it and not panic. Over a short period of time your horse will get to a point where they are comfortable with picking up all their legs with the rope. You will also want them to stand on the rope without panicking when they go to raise their heads. Once I feel they have a resealable (solid??) understanding of the cotton rope and to give to the pressure, I will then introduce the hobbles. Place the hobbles on and then leave the round pen for the horse to think and feel where the restraint has been placed. I also remove the halter at this point.

restraints carefully and figure out how to quietly move or stand without being fearful. My experience has also shown a horse that has had a good education about restraints will not panic if he finds himself caught in a fence / wire or maybe just a hose in the wash bay. Teaching and educating your horse effectively on restraints could potentially save his life. It will also benefit yourself and others by ensuring your horse is safe to be around in the event of him standing on your lead rope or reins. Lastly, it enables your Farrier and yourself to effectively handle his legs and feet, with confidence. All the best Dan James DDH, Be sure to check out our full range of training equipment at www. Doubledanhorsemanship.com

Within 10 to 15 minutes most horses are comfortable and relaxed, with a good understanding of the hobbles. I will repeat the same exercises on the hind feet also. An alternative restraint that I also work on, is going from one hind foot to one front foot on the same side (side lining ). The last method is tying the front feet up individually, this allows the horse to find his balance and stand on three legs for a period of time. One of the benefits of doing this particular exercise is to help your horse stand patiently for the farrier, without snatching his foot away. Ultimately, I want my horses to test

Double Dan Horsemanship was first founded in 2009 when Dan James and Dan and Pia Steers settled in North Arm Cove, New South Wales, Australia. Dan & Dan started performing at regular entertainment shows and horsemanship clinic bookings around the country. Check us out at www.Doubledanhorsemanship.com. Our mission is to help create well rounded horses that are able to go on to do any discipline or job to achieve that perfect equine relationship.

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he old saying, “an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure,” is never more true than in equine medicine. Preventative veterinary care, along with nutrition is the most important aspect of keeping your horse healthy.

Preventative veterinary care includes: a thorough yearly physical exam, vaccination, de-worming, dental care, Coggins test, and routine foot care by a certified farrier. The complete prevention discussion could be quite extensive, therefore, the main focus here will be vaccination protocol. You must first understand that a vaccination program should be geared to focus or target disease processes that are most likely to affect your horse. Unnecessary vaccinating can stress a horse’s immune system rather than boost it, especially if several vaccines are given at one time. Your vaccine program should be determined using several parameters. First is the age of your horse. Young horses, under 2 years of age, and geriatric horses 20 years and older are more susceptible to opportunistic bacteria and viruses. Their weak immune systems aren’t capable of fending off infection as well as a moderate aged healthy horse. Next, what is your horse’s occupation? Is he a pasture ornament or is he VOLUME 3 | ISSUE 3 2017

a performance horse that travels frequently? Horses that stay in the pasture are generally less stressed and are at less risk than are horses that travel and congregate with groups of other horses. These congregations of large numbers of horses are common places for respiratory diseases, such as influenza, EHV, and streptococcus equi. Also under occupation consideration is the brood mare. EHV vaccination throughout gestation to aid in abortion prevention and vaccinating near foaling will prime the mares colostrums to ensure the newborn foal receives adequate antibody protection until it can manufacture its own antibodies. Where you live is also an important consideration. Areas near bodies of water, ponds, lakes, rivers, etc, will be more heavily infested with mosquitoes which can carry encephalitis and West Nile virus. The further south, the longer the insect seasons, therefore its generally recommended to vaccinate twice yearly for these diseases. There are also other considerations that may be easily overlooked. A horse that is pastured any amount of time will be exposed to a wide array of wild life. Despite efforts of the Fish and Wildlife Agencies to vaccinate wild animals for rabies through blocks dropped in the woodlands and forests, many wild species still contract the virus. Raccoons, skunks, and foxes are the most commonly incriminated.

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These animals are seen in most pasture settings on a recurrent basis. Rabies virus vaccine is an inexpensive yearly vaccine that can literally save your horse’s life. The vaccination protocol established as a baseline for the clients in our practice include: Eastern Western Encephalitis and West Nile virus biannually; Rhino (EHV)/Influenza at least biannually; and tetanus, rabies, and intranasal strangles (strep equi) annually. There are other vaccines which may need consideration for your equine program: Botulism, Potomac Horse Fever, Rota Virus, EVA, and others having a varying degree of effectiveness. The bottom line is a good vaccination program is one designed by your veterinarian specifically for your horses. Spending a little on prevention may prevent big spending for treatment later.

Scott Williams, DVM Scott grew up on a small farm nestled in the mountains of eastern Kentucky. He did is under-graduate studies at Morehead State University and attended Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine where he graduated in 1997. He has been in a private equine practice in Cleveland Tennessee since 1997 and is now senior partner at Equine Medical Center of Cleveland. facebook/equinemedicalcenterofCleveland.

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MAR. 11 - TN Buchanan, TN. Milam’s Horsebarn, Hwy 218. Pro and Non-Pro Bull Riding and Mutton Busting. 8pm. Call Mar. 6, 4-10 pm @ 731-642-8346. Info: 731-644-5665.

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March 3-5 -TN TQHA Celebration Circuit Roane State Expo Center Harriman Tn; roanestate.edu www.tqha.org

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Monthly Horse Sales/Adoptions Second Friday: Gleason, TN. West TN Auction Barn. 330 Fence Rd. 6:30 pm. Info: Chucky Greenway 731-571-8198

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March 10-12 - TN Memphis TN Tennessee HS Rodeo Association (731) 658-5867 http://tnhsra.com

Fourth Thursday of every month Gordon County Saddle Club monthly meeting @ Gordon County Agricultural Service Center Visitors welcome! Info: (770) 548-5956

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March 3-4 - TN SRO Lonestar Rodeo TN Miller Coliseum; mtsu.edu/tmc Murfreesboro TN

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March 11-12- TN Stones River Pony Club Show TN Livestock Center Murfreesboro TN www.mtsu.edu/tlc March 10-12 - TN TN High School Rodeo Agricenter Showplace Arena Memphis, TN Jamie White 731-693-6315; 901-378-7470 www.agricenter.org/showplace March 11 - TN Barrel Racing Mason, TN. Coyote Run Arena. Winter Series Show #11 www.where2barrelrace.com, Aubrey at 901-355-3429 or Tonya at 901-871-9343 MAR. 14 - TN Murfreesboro, TN. Meadowood Farm, 4841 Veterans Pkwy. Purina HOW. 6-8:30 pm. RSVP by Mar. 10: Lauren Wells lawells@landolakes.com March 15-16 - TN Memphis, TN. Showplace Arena. Julie Goodnight clinic. juliegoodnight.com/clinics March 17-18 -TN 4-H Clover Classic Roane State Expo Center Harriman Tn; roanestate.edu March 17-18 - TN USTRC Tennessee Championships Williamson County Ag Expo Park Franklin, TN (615) 595-1227 williamsoncounty-tn.gov

Please call before you haul. Always verify dates and times BEFORE you travel. FREE CALENDAR of EVENTS LISTINGS: If you would like to include an event please Contact: Lisa Fetzner , 423-933-4968, Info@horsenranchmag.com

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March 17-18- TN Memphis, TN. ShowPlace Arena. MegFord Horse Show. www.megford.com

MAR. 25 - TN Springhill, TN Tennessee Jr Rodeo Association (731) 855-1860

APR. 1 - TN Knoxville, TN. UTCVM. Jean Luc Cornille with Science of Motion. Info: www.scienceofmotion.com

March 17-19 - TN Circuit of the Southland with Peak Equine Productions, LLC TN Miller Coliseum, Murfreesboro TN

March 25 - TN Barrel Racing Mason, TN. Coyote Run Arena. Winter Series Show #12 www.where2barrelrace.com, Aubrey at 901-355-3429 or Tonya at 901-871-9343

APR. 1 - TN Barrel Racing; Decaturville, TN. Triple P Arena. IBRA show. Info: Jamie White 731-693-6315

March 17-19 - TN Roping; ustrc.com; Franklin, TN. Ag. Expo Park. Tennessee Championships. Info: Jx2 Productions

March 25 - TN Gaited Horse Show Shelbyville, TN. Pleasant Valley farms. WHOA Academy Schooling Show. www.walkinghorseowners.com

March 18 - TN Tri-State Hunter/Jumper Show TriState Exhibition Center; Cleveland Tn; tristateexhibitioncenter.com

March 25 - GA Rolling Hills Saddle Club Wills Park Equestrian Center, Alpharetta, GA Hunter, Jumper, Western, Running, and Classes for Riders with Special Needs All arenas start at 8 a.m.

MAR. 18-19 - TN Martin, TN. UTM Ned McWherter Ag. Complex. UTM Equestrian Team Benefit Circuit. Info: www.wtqha.org March 18 - 19 - GA GHF/Massey Ferguson Annual Spring Dressage Show Ann Genovese 404-289-9328 Ga International Horse Park March 18 - 19 - GA Newton County Saddle Club Open Horse Show Kathy Johnson 770-786-1596 Ga International Horse Park March 22-26 - GA Atlanta Spring Classic I Bob Bell 843-768-5503 Ga International Horse Park March 23-26 -TN East TN Cutting Horse Association Roane State Expo Center Harriman Tn; roanestate.edu March 23-26 -TN Midwinter Slip & Slide incl. 7-UP Derby Harriman, TN; Stafford Expo Center Tennessee Reining Horse Association TNRHA.ORG March 24-25 - TN IBRA Barrel Race TN Miller Coliseum; mtsu.edu/tmc Murfreesboro TN MAR. 24-25 - AL Rainsville, AL. NE Alabama Agri Center. Wild Horse & Burro Adoption. 888-274-2133; 866-468-7826; blm.gov

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March 25-26 - TN Julie Goodnight Clinic Agricenter Showplace Arena; Memphis, TN Jamie White 731-693-6315; 901-378-7470 www.agricenter.org/showplace juliegoodnight.com/clinics March 25-26 - TN Cheryl & Co Hunter & Jumper Classics TriState Exhibition Center; Cleveland Tn; tristateexhibitioncenter.com March 25-26- TN Volunteer State Pinto Show TN Livestock Center; Murfreesboro TN www.mtsu.edu/tlc March 29 - April 2 - GA Atlanta Spring Classic I Bob Bell 843-768-5503 Ga International Horse Park March 30-April 1 - TN Bill Pickett Rodeo Agricenter Showplace Arena; Memphis, TN Jamie White 731-693-6315; 901-378-7470 www.agricenter.org/showplace

April April 1 - TN MTSU Stock Horse Team Show TN Livestock Center Murfreesboro TN www.mtsu.edu/tlc

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April 1 - TN Barrel Racing Mason, TN. Coyote Run Arena. Winter Series Show #13 www.where2barrelrace.com, Aubrey 901-355-3429 ; Tonya 901-871-9343 April 1 - TN Smoky Mtn Horse Show TriState Exhibition Center; Cleveland Tn; tristateexhibitioncenter.com April 6-8 - TN Martin, TN. Univ. of TN - Martin National Intercollegiate Rodeo Association www.collegerodeo.com APR. 6-9 - TN Germantown, TN. GCHS Arena. WTHJA Springtime in Dixie. Info: www.wthja.com April 7-9 - TN WTQHA Spring Fling Circuit Show TN Miller Coliseum; mtsu.edu/tmc Murfreesboro TN; www.wtqha.org APR. 8 - TN Buchanan, TN. Milam’s Horsebarn, Hwy 218. Pro and Non-Pro Bull Riding and Mutton Busting. 8pm. Call April 3, 4-10 pm @ 731-642-8346. Info: 731-644-5665. April 8 - TN TRAC (Arena 3) Tri-State Hunter/Jumper Show TriState Exhibition Center; Cleveland Tn; tristateexhibitioncenter.com April 8 - TN NBHA; Roane State Expo Center Harriman Tn; roanestate.edu APR. 8-9 - TN Franklin, TN. Brownland Farm. No Frills II & III. Info: www.brownlandfarm.com APR. 8-9 - TN Volunteer Ranch Horse Show Agricenter Showplace Arena; Memphis, TN Jamie White 731-693-6315; 901-378-7470 www.agricenter.org/showplace April 8-9 - TN Franklin TN; Tennessee HS Rodeo Association (731) 658-5867 http://tnhsra.com

APR. 13-16 - TN Germantown, TN. GCHS Arena. WTHJA Springtime Encore. Info: www.wthja.com APR. 14 - TN Stock Horse/Working Cow Horse www.americanstockhorse.org, TNsha.org Murfreesboro, TN. Miller Coliseum. MTSU Spring Fling. Andrea Rego; andrea.rego@mtsu.edu APR. 14-16 - TN Harriman, TN. Roane State Expo Center. TQHA Country Music Circuit April 15 - TN Kyle Rector Barrel Race TriState Exhibition Center; Cleveland Tn; tristateexhibitioncenter.com APR. 19-23 - TN Franklin, TN. Brownland Farm. Spring I. www.brownlandfarm.com April 20-22- TN Southern Saddlebred Sales & Show TN Miller Coliseum; mtsu.edu/tmc Murfreesboro TN April 22 - TN Tn Paint Horse Show; Roane State Expo Center Harriman Tn; roanestate.edu APR. 22 - TN Nashville, TN. Walnut Trace Farm. CTDA show. April 22-23 - TN Cheryl & Co Hunter & Jumper Classics TriState Exhibition Center; Cleveland Tn; tristateexhibitioncenter.com APR. 26-30 - TN Franklin, TN. Brownland Farm. Spring II. Info: www.brownlandfarm.com April 28-29 - TN East Tennessee Saddlebred Association Show TriState Exhibition Center; Cleveland Tn; tristateexhibitioncenter.com April 29 - FL Sat January 21st 12 noon Registered Horse Sale; Ocala Florida Southeastern Livestock Pavilion 813-361-6734; floridahorsesales.com April 29-30 - TN Decaturville, TN Tennessee Jr Rodeo Association (731) 855-1860

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Western Dressage:

Are You Ready to Show? By Lynn Palm

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o, you and your horse have been training in anticipation of entering your first Western Dressage show. But how do you know when you’re actually ready to compete? This is a question of confidence. Your instructor or coach should be realistic and give you advice on whether or not you are ready to compete. If you don’t have an instructor, a video camera is your best tool to see yourself ride. Watch for willingness and smoothness from your horse when you are riding. This will give you a better perspective to whether or not you are ready to compete. Here are a few tips to consider that will help you know if you’re ready for that first show. The following tips can also be used to improve some difficulties that you may be having as you train. Know what skills are in a test and what level you should start with. If you are not loping confidently yet, you can start with the levels that have walk and jog only. You can get the western dressage tests

from Western Dressage Association of America (WDAA) by going online to www. westerndressageassociation.org. If you are intimidated about remembering the test, you can have someone go with you in the ring and “call out the test” for you. This is a great confidence builder; however, make sure you practice with the “call person” at home before you compete. Walk the test on the ground with the test in your hand, calling out the test as you walk it. This is the best way to learn the test, without the horse. Get familiar with the transitions, figures, and speed that you need to achieve in each gait. Walking the test will help you gain higher scores because it will help you ride with more accuracy. Riding with accuracy is a fun challenge when riding a dressage test. You have to learn the “math,” such as learning the size of the arena, the distance between letters and how to ride the figures with accuracy. Make sure that you get tests that

describe each component and the objectives of what the judge will be looking for in each transition, gait, and figure. I use Dressage Illustrations. Even though it is just available now for English Dressage, it is good to study the Training, First, and Second levels as you will gain helpful knowledge that you can relate to Western Dressage. There are judging objectives on the western dressage tests too. Check out our Palm Partnership Training books available on our website. Practice the tests at home. It will give you the confidence if you are doing the test consistently. Learn your challenge areas and work with your instructor or DVDs to improve. Have someone video tape you so you can see your progress as well. The final step as to whether you’re ready to show is becoming excited about showing. You have to want to compete for all the right reasons. There is no better feeling than seeing all your hard work and dedication pay off and come together. You have to plan, set achievable goals and go for it! If you do one show and test, you may be hooked forever. Join us and learn how to become a better rider. We can teach you how to build your horse into a willing partner that is happy to compete. It is so much fun to learn to dance with your horse and become one together in harmony. Now get out there, set a goal to show and have fun! You will get your test back from the judge with scores, comments and homework for the next show. Another great part of Dressage is that you compete at a scheduled time of the day. You know right when you need to be ready to compete. This is the best way to prepare you and your horse to do your best. Good Luck!

PALM PARTNERSHIP TRAINING ™ Building a Partnership with Your Horse We would love to have you come ride with us. We love to share our dressage backgrounds and knowledge with you. You can join us at our farm in Ocala, Florida, or at one of our Ride Well Clinics on our USA Tour at a location near you. If you would like to train with Lynn & Cyril at home with Western Dressage, take advantage of the following supportive training materials: BOOKS: “Head To Toe Horsemanship” “Western Dressage—A Guide to Take You to Your First Show” “A Rider Guide to Real Collection” DVDS: “Dressage Principles for the Western Horse & Rider” Volume 1 Parts 1-5 “Dressage Principles for the Western & English Horse & Rider” Volume 2, Parts 1-3 “Let Your Horse Be Your Teacher” Parts 1&2 For more information about training courses, educational materials and much more, please visit www.lynnpalm.com or call 800-503-2824.

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Trail of the MONTH

Ocmulgee River Trails, Forsyth, Georgia www.trailmeister.com/trails/ocmulgee-river-trails/ Trailhead Coordinates: 33.2091, -83.8170 Sixty miles southeast of Atlanta, in the Oconee National Forest, is where you’ll find this popular riding area. This is a great place for day rides as well horse camping with trails meandering along the Ocmulgee River. Georgia’s red dirt hills, blanketed by pine forest, and rich bottomlands shaded by the forest’s towering canopies are home to over thirty miles of equestrian friendly trails. The Ocmulgee Bluff trail area is the main day use riding area and has a very large parking area that can hold 20 – 30 truck trailer rigs. Parking area amenities include picnic tables and toilets in addition to the large parking area. This destination area is a favorite for all outdoor enthusiasts from horse riders to hikers, bicyclists, and picnickers, so be prepared to share. Local horsemen and trail advocacy groups, including the Georgia Horse Council, and Back Country Horsemen of Middle and South Georgia have made numerous recent improvements in both the trailhead area as well as the trails themselves. Trails near the Bluff trailhead area, and north are generally hilly as you ride down, over, and through the ravines of tributaries feeding the Ocmulgee. The rolling terrain drains precipitation more easily than flat areas so the trails here dry quicker than others in the area. A favorite ride from the Bluff is to the “swimming hole”. A short half hour from the trailhead you’ll find a broad sandy beach that makes the perfect swimming and lunch stop. Located just a short distance to the south of the Ocmulgee Bluffs area is the Ocmulgee Horse Camp. For horse campers spending more time on the trails beside the Ocmulgee River this is a great place for staging rides. Locally known as the Ocmulgee Flats Hunt Camp, the camp is a clearing beside the forest service road, and the trailhead is found behind the camp. Amenities at the camp are limited to highlines and camping spots. Trails from the horse camp head north towards the main trail system that originates from the Ocmulgee Bluff area and go through bottomland bordering the river. As such be prepared for a few muddy spots here and there if there has been recent rain. Regardless of which trailhead you depart from, the mature hardwoods and thick pine forest makes for deep shade throughout the day so be sure to mind the time lest you return to camp in the dark. Robert Eversole; Summer is upon us, and great riding is available across the continent, so enjoy these trails Trail Meister Owner and Chief Trail Boss. until next month when we carry on with our quest for more great riding areas. As always, 513-374-9021; for more information on these and other equestrian riding destinations throughout the robert@trailmeister.com; U.S. please visit www.TrailMeister.com for free trail maps and fully validated trail and www.TrailMeister.com TrailMeister is The Largest Equine trailhead information. Trail and Camping Guide in the World

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