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        01-29-2008, 10:23 PM
    I always have my snacks and drink along with my hoofpick and I always take a halter and lead rope with me since we are gone sometimes all day and take several breaks
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        01-30-2008, 02:08 AM
    I have a saddle blanket with two large pockets in it for riding out. I take a fold up hoof pick, mobile (cell) phone, digi camera, bottle of water, smokes (i know I know, naughty :)), I also take a chap stick and treats (for me and the horse). I leave the halter on with the lead rope fashioned in a way that doesnt let it get in the way. Then we're set to go :)
        01-30-2008, 03:01 AM
    Heh well im a bit naughty and don't actually take any thing hehe oops.

    I used to take my phone, but then realised were I used to ride often, down on this big beach, there wasnt any reseption...so there kinda wasnt much purpose in taking it.

    But yea when I go riding when I go home for holidays...lol I still don't take anything :roll: habit now I guess
        01-30-2008, 07:37 PM
    I am sort of bad about not taking much along...though I am getting better since competitive trail riding. I have been dinged by the judges for carrying a hoofpick between my rider buddy and myself with the statement "what happens if you get separated"?

    These days, I think the most important thing to bring along is my cell phone!! When Dez cut his pasturn on a culvurt...i caled home, and had a trailer there to pick us up in about 20 minutes :)...of course that only works when on the roads.

    I finally got sime better saddle bags, so when I plan ahead, I take: cell, water, hoof pick, baling twine, gum, carrots, snacks, camera. (I like to enjoy my rides a little much :))
        01-31-2008, 10:09 PM
    I always take snacks for me and my horse and something to drink. Hoof pick , pocket knife/tool. Lead rope..
    :) un less its along trail ride I would bring a few first aid items,
    Just in case , better a little safe than sorry.
        02-01-2008, 07:54 AM
    I guess I should have put what my husband rides with too since we are always together. He carries the cell phone I carry the water. If we pack out for the day, he carries lunch and a blanket to sit on, I carry all the electronics, GPS and camera.

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