In response to requests for an obstacle course, Taryn created not just an obstacle course, but a Trail Challenge experience of fun for both horse and rider. “I love seeing all different styles of riding and ages of riders come together and support each other through all the fun and challenging obstacles,” remarks Taryn after the first two Trail Challenge events were a resounding success. Sharon Jantzen catches up with Taryn Mohler, organizer of Lucky 7 Ranch Trail Challenge.
Local resident, Margo Anderson of Los Osos, shares her story of the first of hopefully many horseless, horse-related adventures. This one explored the wild west. “My theme was to ride,” Margo explains, “but at the same time enjoy different states, scenery, landscape, and people.” The only date Margo had fixed on a calendar was an Historic Trails Dutch Oven Dinner Ride excursion with a covered wagon in Casper, Wyoming. Sharon Jantzen catches up with her and tells her story.
Do you have a horse manure factory in your backyard? What do you do with all that horse poo? The best management practice is to turn that mountain of horse manure into a mound of beautiful mulch through horse manure composting. Sharon Jantzen helps us understand the benefits of horse manure composting.