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Pioneer Days of Covered Wagons

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Prairie Schooners not “Glamping” The image of early pioneers settling to sleep each night, safely tucked into beds inside their respective covered wagon is not accurate! The wagons measured in at only about four feet wide and eight or nine feet long. The entire wagon was narrower than a full-size bed and only slightly longer….

The Yodelin’ Cowboy

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Hank was a hard workin’ cowpoke who really earned his meager pay. He rode his *** Old Red from early dawn ’til at night he hit the hay, Fixin’ fences, ropin’ steers and brandin’ dogies in the old corral, But he had an odd addiction that gnawed on his pard’s morale! He was a happy…

Riding Benefits

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Here is the top list of health benefits of horseback riding from Health Fitness Revolution and author of the book ReSYNC Your Life Samir Becic: Body Awareness: Horseback riding really works the core muscles that stabilize the trunk: the abdominal, back, and pelvic muscles. However, it’s not just about the strength of the core, but the coordination and…

Open House with Pony Rides This Weekend

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Dear Riding Friends, This weekend and ongoing, we are hosting pony rides, ice cream & refreshments in addition to our regularly scheduled trail rides. No reservations are needed to participate in pony rides. The rides are $10 per child; any additional children from the same family are $5. Pony rides are a fun way to get outside…