Gear to Wear and Bring

WINTER RIDES

No ski gloves because they are too thick and you can't feel the reins. Double layer polar fleece gloves are much better. Bring silk glove liners or one size fits all stretchy glove liners to wear with them. Also bring hand and toe warmers.

Bring a warm hat that covers the ears, and/or an ear band and neck gator. Sunglasses or snow goggles are important in case of snow or wind.

Layers on your top and bottom work best, and will keep you warm. NO COTTON ANYWHERE ON YOUR BODY, because when you perspire your fingers and toes will freeze. Wear clothing that will wick away the moisture.

Warm boots that are designed for the snow. Sorrels work okay but are not ideal. No leather or tennis shoes. Your feet will freeze. For socks, wear two> layers. The first layer is a sock liner which will wick away the moisture and the second layer is wool, smart wool, or polar fleece. Again, no cotton or cotton blends.

Lip balm. Sunscreen. Camera. Ski helmet or riding helmet if you have your own. (Bike helmets are provided.) Wind proof/water proof jacket or parka. A 20 oz. to 24 oz. sports water bottle or a "camel back". No screw cap tops as these are hard to manage with gloves on a horse in the winter!

We have water bottle holders and accessory pockets on the saddle. We also have leather "toggles" to tie clothing to the saddle.

We have spares of just about everything in case you can't bring the above mentioned items. Please call Sueanne to discuss if this is the case: 435-901-4644

SPRING AND FALL RIDES

Riding gloves. Hat or helmet. (Bike helmets are available.) Sunglasses. Loose fitting layers for tops and bottoms so you can adjust to temperature and wind conditions and allow for easy mounting and dismounting. Waterproof windbreaker and/or rain gear. Riding boots or shoes with a smooth sole and a heel. Tennis shoes are okay as long as they have a dip in the arch area which creates a bit of a heel. Lip balm. Sunscreen. Camera. Two 24 oz. sports water bottles or a "camel back" to wear. No screw cap water bottles, as these are hard to manage on horseback.

We have water bottle holders and accessory pockets on the saddles. We also have leather "toggles" to tie clothing to the saddle.

We have spares of just about everything if you do not have the above mentioned items. Call Sueanne to discuss: 435-901-4644

SUMMER RIDES

Light riding gloves. Hat or helmet. (Bike helmets are available.) Bring a long sleeved shirt to protect against sun and wind burn. Loose fitting or stretchable bottoms for easy mounting and dismounting. Riding boots or shoes with a smooth sole and a heel. Tennis shoes are okay as long as they have a dip in the arch area which creates a bit of a heel.

Sunscreen, lip balm, sunglasses and camera. Two 24 oz. sports water bottles and/or a "camel back". If you can, refridgerate one and freeze the other bottle. No screw cap bottles as they are hard to manage while on horseback.

We have water bottle holders and accessory pockets on the saddles. We also have leather "toggles" to tie clothing to the saddle.

We have spares of just about everything if you do not have the above mentioned items. Call Sueanne to discuss: 435-901-4644

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