Bring Your Own Horse, and come ride the beautiful gulfs of Sequatchie Valley and Mill's Creek. Ride on 25,000 acres
of un-inhabited remote land, that few have traveled on. Journey to the remains of strip mines and home sites that the settlers left behind. See the breath taking views from atop of the bluffs, then journey to the gulf and ride along rippling creeks, waterfalls (weather permitting), and caves. See deer, turkey, eagles, exotic flowers, unusual rock formations, and lots of… Continue
Added by Christa Reynolds on July 25, 2009 at 6:00pm —
Bring Your Own Horse
, and come ride the beautiful gulfs of Sequatchie Valley and Mill's Creek. Ride on 25,000 acres of un-inhabited remote land
, that few have traveled on. Journey to the remains of strip mines and home sites that the settlers left behind. See the breath taking views from atop of the bluffs, then journey to the gulf and ride along rippling creeks, waterfalls (weather permitting), and caves. See deer, turkey, eagles, exotic flowers, unusual rock formations,… Continue
Added by Christa Reynolds on July 17, 2009 at 9:00pm —
Fun all breed - Horse Show. Gaited classes, solid and spotted horse classes, barrels, poles, and fun timed events. Starts at 6pm on Sat. Aug 8th at the Eagleville Horse Show Grounds on Route 99. For more info. Call 931-993-4858
JUDGE: Leighanne Tibbs of Petersburg, TN
Added by Leighanne on July 16, 2009 at 5:29pm —
I have a senior QH gelding, that is health and easy going that just needs to be a companion horse. Blazer is 27 and healthy but does require daily feed for maintenance. Unfortunately, he's not just an "easy keeper" pasture horse. Do you have a senior horse also that could use a companion? Blazer has gone blind in his left eye, so doesn't do well in a big herd environment but he maneuvers just fine. Hope to be moving back to Nashville soon and it would sure put my mind at ease if I could find… Continue
Added by Gina on July 16, 2009 at 2:34pm —
Hi I am looking for someone that wants to trail ride. I am married , so I am NOT looking for anything else other than a riding partner. I know there have got to be women out there like me whose husbands wont go riding and they dont wanna go by themselves. I dont like the rough stuff, some hills are fine.. dont like riding on that slick slate rock.. Had a bad spill last year that about took me out of riding. I like going to Primm Springs, Percy Warner, Many Cedars *with a guide*, those are about… Continue
Added by Gale on July 13, 2009 at 4:52pm —
Hello everyone. I went on the Primm Springs ride on Saturday and had a very good time. We met some really nice people and new friends. On this ride we stopped for lunch very near the Dorton Gang's hideout. I think we need to have Mike Murphy enlighten all about his association with the notorious "Dorton Gang". And I warn you to realize you will be hearing from the leader of this outlaw bunch when Mike responds.
Added by greg musgrave on July 13, 2009 at 10:50am —
Hi to all who rode with us Saturday at Primm Springs. What a GREAT day we had!!! Thanks to all who may have joined us for the first time. Hope you met some new friends and will come back again. I had a rather frustrating time as I was working on my son's horse who had developed some really bad 'marish' habits. I had not ridden her in about a year. I see now I am going to have to do this monthly to keep her in line. She is really the best horse I have....gaits like a dream. Just is the alpha and… Continue
Added by Linda Grajewski on July 12, 2009 at 8:48am —
we took our 7 year old grandaughter to Shawnee on the weekend of the 4th, her first time camping & trail riding, she did so good, our horse Pepper 17 hands( spotted saddle ) was so good ! he did a great job with her on the back of him, of course Papa G was in the front, Buddy seat on the back!
she loved it!!!!!
Added by Jo on July 11, 2009 at 9:30pm —
I thought I would start posting some of the c.r.a.p. that keeps going on in my life. I would love to find out if anyone else has the bad luck I do, lol.
Husband couldn't find job, he left and moved to Texas. Can't talk for he says there isn't cell phone reception where he is at. One week after he left my truck broke down, I crushed my pinky toe (that hurts!), found out my almost 2 mo. old colt has an umblical hernia (but vet says he should be ok and to watch it) and still… Continue
Added by Teri Parks on July 6, 2009 at 3:00pm —
Land Between the Lakes Nov 1- Nov 8
I am posting this now so that anyone who wants to go will have plenty of time to prepare. We are going to LBL that week for a full week of camping and horse back riding. If you have never been, you have to have current coggins, and a health certificate from the vet. You can find reservation information on the website www.LBL.org
Their facilities are very nice. They have electric and water hookups, as well as primitive camp sites, or just… Continue
Added by Christa Reynolds on July 4, 2009 at 4:02pm —
Early this morning the temp was about 55. after crossing the border and back into montana, about 15 miles north of Butte, I pulled into a rest area. the view was so beautiful with the mountains in the background, and a serpetine river rushing over boulders, I decided to sit a spell. I got Doc Holiday out and let him forage and it was then that I saw an old logging road in the woods.
I couldnt stand it, so I saddled up and we rode, following the river for about 45 minutes and then came back… Continue
Added by Marty Luffman on July 3, 2009 at 1:18pm —
We are now offering boarding in the Clarksville Mont Co-Cheatam Co area. Very easy access to Interstate located between Ex 19 and 11 on I 24. Please call for more information 931-801-4573. Also offering horseback riding lessons to children of all ages.
Added by Kelly Weakley-Huff on July 1, 2009 at 2:40pm —