Trail Ride Gadgets
Great items to have with you as you ride the trails.
October 16, 2008
We've compiled a list of great items to have in your saddle bag as you ride your horse along the trails.
Hint for the holidays: these items make great gifts for the trail rider who has everything!
- Record your trail ride adventures in any weather with Rite in the Rain journals.
- The Professional's Choice Trailer Door Caddy is the only organizer designed to accommodate you and your horse. It is composed of durable construction and features both open and zipper mesh pockets to keep things neat and organized. There are also insulated cup holders to keep your beverages cold while grooming. The caddy installs easily and securely to a trailer or stall door.
- Bear the elements while showing off your Quarter Horse pride with a cozy AQHA windbreaker.
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- The Wrangler hay bag is designed with rigid bars at the top and a sturdy 1-inch adjustable nylon webbing strap. Heavy-duty mesh on the bottom allows dirt and dust to fall through and permits air to circulate. Rolls up flat for storage.
- Cabela’s Overshoe Stirrup is large enough to fit the largest overshoes or snow boots.
- Carry your water bottle in a high-performance Nalgene bottle holder and attach it to your saddle or belt with the sturdy strap. Choose from multiple sizes and colors.
- Bring your cell phone along in the crushproof, waterproof Cell Safe.
- Richartz’s Picnic #5 pocketknife contains a knife with blade and fork, caplifter-screwdriver combination, can opener, corkscrew and ring.
- Bucket Slings hang anywhere, creating a tip-proof trough for feeding or watering.
- Spruce up your truck with a metal AQHA hitch plug.
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The American Quarter Horse Journal wants to know your recipes for homemade horsey snacks. Send your name, address and horse treat recipe to Tonya Ratliff-Garrison, and it might be featured in an upcoming issue of the Journal!