A social network of avid trail riders and horse enthusiasts
We are strictly a community of horse owners/lovers (4,000 members)
We have 3 horse trailers, 2, 4 horse with living quarters, and 1, 2 horse bumper pull. We are looking for a reasonably priced 4 horse, no living quarters, with a ramp, to pull when we are not camping.
Added by Marsha Brestle on November 6, 2013 at 8:47am — No Comments
Own your own business with horses....7 room motel, 2 cabins, 10 barns/42 stalls, storage building, 6 car garage, 2 stocked ponds on 14 acres and located on The Cumberland Valley Trail Head of the Big South Fork National River & Recreation Area. Be as busy as you chose to be. The possibilities are unlimited....Call Jim (931) 752-2888 for more information and viewing.
Added by Claudia/Big South Fork Lodge on October 23, 2013 at 2:27pm — No Comments
We want to go ride at Fountain Creek, Monday, is there hunting there yet?
Added by Marsha Brestle on October 18, 2013 at 8:38pm — No Comments
My family and I have reservations, cabin, and 5 stalls, for 5 days at Circle E Guest Ranch. We have never ridden there before. I just wanted to ask how are the trail there and how are the stalls? Our horses are used to 12x12 stalls, 3 of the horses we are taking are 15.3 to 16h. Can any one tell me about the trails or the stalls? We are from Ohio, moved here a year and a half ago, we camped in Ohio, we used our living quarters trailers and tie lined. We are used to hills, but our horses…Continue
Any Ladies want to ride next week in the day time. I'm in Smyrna. but open for ideas an place. The OHG Hills are not for me. I like nice easy rolling hill. If I walk a hill and I slide on my butt I don't ride my horse on it and I don't run my horses. I just want to put that out so you know how I ride.
Added by Chris Childress on September 17, 2013 at 7:49pm — No Comments
Does anyone know a barefoot trimmer in the Chattanooga area?
Every day more than 100 spammers try to break onto our website. Why the heck do they do that? We are just a small, intimate group of horse folks, trying to learn and share our knowledge, time and experiences with other horse people. Spammers are trying to sell you something, infiltrate our website with viruses and sometimes to even sell sex. We spend a lot of time keeping them out and continue to invest in advanced tools to protect the integrity of our horse lovin' community. Bear with…Continue
Added by Mike Murphy on September 9, 2013 at 9:36pm — No Comments
I am selling my 8 yr molly . If interested E-Mail- firstname.lastname@example.org or call 812-709-0183. This is a nice Molly that does it all. $2,500 sorry not looking to give her away, she must have a good home. Loves kids and nice around dogs. Gets alone good in pasture with other mules and horses. A nice safe mule to ride and drive.…Continue
September 21st Moon Shine Ride , lets have a pot luck dinner, then saddle up and ride in the moonshine and celebrate Lee's birthday!! email email@example.com or call 931-879-7433 for mor info or reservations!!!
Added by Denise Stevens on September 2, 2013 at 5:09pm — No Comments
September 14th is one of Timber Ridge Horse Campgrounds absolutely free famous poker rides. Join Timber Ridge for your chance to win one of two great prices: A brand new memory foam seat abetta trail saddle or a bundle of horse tack, both equal to $500 value.
Added by Denise Stevens on September 2, 2013 at 5:07pm — No Comments
Hosted at 5023 Carters Creek Pike Franklin, TN 37064 at 6:00pm.
Round pen demonstration: come watch a cowboy train a horse in two hours.
At 2:00 pm, come and ride your horses on our property for a trail ride.
Call beforehand: 615-595-0353
FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
I have a rescue horse that needs a home. I want him to go to a natural horsemanship environment. He is a beautiful gelding that is very smart but sensitive and needs a patient, kind & talented trainer. He is an easy keeper, UTD on vaccines & coggins, stands for farrier, trailer loads. He is currently just a pasture ornament & can stay that way if I can't find a…Continue
Would like to extend an invitation to all to Come ride the beautiful trails of the Big South Fork National River and Recreation Area, 125,000 acres of wilderness and hundreds of miles of well maintained trails, overlooks, caves, and much, much more.....The Big South Fork Lodge borders the park and you camp with your horses at your barn with water and electric, within paddocks....ride from your barn directly into the park. Breakfast and sandwiches served daily at The Hitching Post General…Continue
Added by Claudia/Big South Fork Lodge on June 13, 2013 at 6:29pm — No Comments
As of 5-7-2013 you can now ALSO log into the Tennessee Trail Riders website using your Facebook or Twitter login and ID.
Added by Donna from True West Campground on April 29, 2013 at 10:09pm — No Comments
I was told you can ride at Fountain Creek, and bypass the rocky, flat rock , at the trail head, by entering at the river. Can someone tell me how to get there, address or something? We are new to the area, moved to Lewisburg last year. Thanks
Added by Marsha Brestle on April 28, 2013 at 2:12pm — No Comments
Does anyone know if the only way, starting at the head of the trail, down the Fountain Creek trail, besides the entrance that is very rocky, and takes you to large flat rock and an over cliff with water. We want to take my sister and her kids but I think it may make them nervous, therefore make the horses nervous. Thanks
I have a used Tucker Saddle for sale . Check classified saddle section.
Added by Debby Frisch on April 23, 2013 at 8:33pm — No Comments
I will be in Pikeville this weekend teaching a horsemanship clinic.
The weather will dictate Saturday or Sunday, county fairgrounds.
Audit for free. Call 603-225-7024 for more information.
Added by Joanne Gelinas-Snow on April 23, 2013 at 2:54pm — No Comments