A social network of avid trail riders and horse enthusiasts
We are strictly a community of horse owners/lovers (4,000 members)
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
As of 5-7-2013 you can now ALSO log into the Tennessee Trail Riders website using your Facebook or Twitter login and ID.
Tennessee Trail Riders (TTR) Update:
- There are 2,711 members on TTR, 7 new members this week.
- Members have posted 22,293 photos, 239 videos!
- And we chat! There are 1,071 forum topics, 361 blog posts.
- No reason to be longely or just sit in your barn: There are 701 events posted and 33 different groups you can join!
Ride safe! Ride with friends!
Mike & Catherine Murphy
Added by Mike Murphy on May 17, 2012 at 11:32am — No Comments
Why Tennessee Trail Riders is the #1 website in the U.S. for horse enthusiasts:
1) within the past three years, membership has grown by more than 2,700 people.
2) there are 22,000+ pictures posted by our members, with more every day (you can view them any time).
3) there are 239 videos, some are educational, promotional, and others "plain fun".
4) there are 1,066 forum topics posted and shared; things like "horse care", "news updates",…Continue
I just lost a pasture that I have been using for the past four years. The new owner says I need to be off the property with my four horses within five days. Do you know of any available pasture in or near Franklin, TN that I can use temporarily or permanently? Thanks.
I have received emails and calls from people volunteering supplies and help to those in need due to flood damage. If you are in need of feed, supplies, fencing, etc, please post your need here so that this BLOG will serve as a bulletin board for those able to help. Please include your name, phone number and email address if possible, along with your immediate need.
Yes, we suffered damage at our farm too (fencing destroyed and flooded barn), but our damage was insignificant to…Continue
For those of you who use Facebook and Twitter, you can now link your Tennessee Trail Riders (TTR) account to Facebook and Twitter. Whenever you post a photo, discussion, blog, or event on TTR you can select the FB or Twitter checkbox to also have it posted on your FB or Twitter page. That's exciting...now you can expand your TTR equine network to all other major social networks and spread your postings to the world!!
Happy trails partner.
There are 1953 members on Tennessee Trail Riders
- 9 new members joined within the past week
There are 15,157 photos on Tennessee Trail Riders
- "Me and Spot" is the most popular photo this week
There are 178 videos on Tennessee Trail Riders
- "Freestyle Kody..." is the most popular video this week
There are 566 Forum topics on Tennessee Trail Riders
- "Barefoot Trail Horses is the most…
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I already have two mini-donkeys but they are not trained to pull a buggy. I would like to buy a mini-donk that is already trained. I would also consider a trade for one that is well trained.
Added by Mike Murphy on February 10, 2010 at 4:16pm — No Comments
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Tennessee Equine Hospital is a full service facility located in Thompson’s Station Tennessee just 40 minutes south of Nashville. We are easily accessible from I-65, I-840, and Hwy 31.
Added by Mike Murphy on January 3, 2010 at 12:36pm — No Comments
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Meet Molly. She's a grey speckled pony who was abandoned by her owners when Hurricane Katrina hit southern Louisiana . She spent weeks on her own before finally being rescued and taken to a farm where abandoned animals were stockpiled. While there, she was attacked by a pit bull terrier and almost died. Her gnawed right front leg became infected, and her vet went to LSU for help, but LSU was overwhelmed, and this pony was a… Continue