"Thanks Lucy,The dog's owner is Very responsible. I was walking in my neighborhood, and the dog came running out in the street and bit me. So, the owner is responsible for my medical bills, and I think for pain and suffering, and…"
"Thanks, I am certainly hoping for a speedy recovery, the weather is getting too good not to be able to ride. The neighbor's dog attacked me and when I spun to defend myself, I broke two bones in my foot."
"Hi, It is a mixture of rolling hills and flats, but mainly flats. Some of it is rocky, our horses are barefoot, and I boot mine because she is more comfortable when we are on the rocky parts, my daughter's horse doesn't seem to mind. You…"
We enjoy the horse, nature and the time to relax. We invite anyone to ride with us regardless of membership status in PWHAT. We promote the many natural talents of the Tennessee Walking Horse and invite others to join us and experience the ride.
We live in the Chattanooga area and ride at the Battlefield. It is a good day ride, there are no overnight facilities. There is a nice trailer parking area with hitching rails. A lot of Civil War history and monuments throughout the park, and a hitching post near the museum to tie your horse to take a tour. Probably the closest overnight facility is Saul to Paul.See More
"My walking horse mare if blue eyed, she is 28 years old and is not really laid back, but certainly not hyper. I said I would never own another blue eyed horse because of a life time of eye problems and infections and she now is blind. But I have…"
There have been so many, East Fork, Big South, Circle E to name a few
Tell us something about you, anything.
My daughter and I each have two horses, we love trail riding and are always on the lookout for new places to ride. It is always good to hear about someone experience first hand about a trail riding place before we go, and we could share our experiences
Judy: www.PWHAT.com is the site to go to. There is a tab for "club info" and under that select "membership info". Everything you will need is there. If you have any other questions, please let me know. Hope our trails cross this year.
that would be great to have someone to ride with.. just let me know when you are going and I will try my best to go.. I dont like the rough stuff.. but PLEASE let me know when you are going and I will try and go..here is my personal email.. firstname.lastname@example.org
Howdy Judy, thanks for joining Tennessee Trail Riders. We look forward to your "horsey" pictures that you can post and share with others on our website. Also try your hand at posting events, videos and trail ratings. Feel free to invite friendly trail riders and horse lovers by clicking on "INVITE" on the main menu (top right corner of the main page).
I hope this site is helpful in meeting other horse enthusiasts. Keep an eye on the EVENTS section announcing trail rides and equine events featuring and including our members.
Again, thanks for joing the website, we look forward to meeting you.
Cheers and happy trails,