Hit The Trail DVD

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Join Pat and Linda as they take you on a trail ride through the stunning Colorado wilderness. You'll learn directly from Pat and Linda all that you need to know before you set out on the trail, then how to put your newfound skills to use on the spot when you need them most. Covers trailering, trail etiquette, natural obstacles, essential groundwork, in saddle preparation, water crossings, jigging, spooky situations, gear selection, and more.

  • Preparing At Home
  • Trailering
  • Knot Tying
  • Tacking Up
  • Preflight Checks
  • Natural Obstacles
  • Water Crossings
  • Essential Groundwork
  • De-spooking Exercises
  • Jigging
  • Bend to a Stop
  • Follow the Rail
  • Passing Horses
  • Beep Beep Game
  • Q & A with Pat and Linda
  • Runtime: 4 hours, 30 minutes 
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    Customer Reviews

    Based on 15 reviews
    Hit the trail was excellent!

    Great info!


    I have only begun this series I Love all the trailering suggestions.


    A good watch but I have to go on the roads a lot so would have preferred how to be safer on the roads and not as much time tying knots. To get anywhere I have to use roads where there is all types of traffic so would have liked to have seen how to ride in different types of traffic and how to keep your horse relaxed when out on the roads, as I cannot be doing disengagement of hindquarters on a road with cars passing by.

    Shipping DVD Box.

    Unfortunately is the DVD box damaged during the shipment.
    The DVD itself was still okay.

    So far, so good

    Watched first two dvds so far. Both excellent. The third featuring Linda despooking westpoint went on for too long in my opinion. Fell asleep before the end. Her solutions and methods demanded a high level of acquired skills which all viewers may not have, and could lead to reinforcing spooking. Content was not relevant to hitting the trail, although instilling the idea of groundwork is essential.

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