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    08-26-2008, 05:59 PM
Beautiful Trail Riding and wild life

Tell me what your place is like on trail riding and were do you trail ride at like on the side of road or in the woods? Tell me what all the animals yall seen. And you can show pictures of wood or animals that you seen.

Here mine
I ride my horses on trail and I see deer and rabbit, birds,and wildlife that live in the woods,it fun to see all those creatures living and passing by while riding horses, it so beautiful, you can listing to the insect buzzing and bird chirping, and see the deer eating in the meadow and river creek that run in the woods.
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    08-26-2008, 09:57 PM
I ride in the woods and on the road side. I've seen deer, rabbits, squirels, ground hogs, birds, quail, and I believe it was a moose or elk that ran away from us Sunday through the trees (didn't see it just heard a large animal crash away). Then of course there's the other horses and dogs that we see all the time.

    08-26-2008, 10:27 PM
I like your appaloosa horse he beautifull and I like his blanket color!!!
    08-27-2008, 05:13 AM
I've only been on two "trail" rides in my whole life... one in Texas, and the other here in Serbia. Though I've hiked/walked through a lot of places, and even rode around on a track... that's very similar to being a trail... at least in my opinion... :P

When I'm in Texas, I see a ton of birds... occasionally some jackrabbits (depending on where I am), deer... a TON of deer (THEY'RE EVERYWHERE!!!!!!!!), and people's dogs that are running around in circles around their horses... :P

And here in Serbia, you often see falcons, hawks, and eagles, occasionally rabbits and deer. We live in the Shumadie... which means that it's the forest area. So there are some other creatures besides all the cows, sheep, and goats (THEY'RE EVERYWHERE!!!!!!!). But we see a TON of eagles... and all THEY do is stare out into the distance... :) like this...
    08-27-2008, 06:14 AM
I live on a dead end street so we just ride about 300m down the road and trails! We see all sorts of birds, kangaroos, rabbits, foxes and sometimes other rides!

Here are some pics from one of the trails at the end of my street
Keep scrolling for the trail ride pics, there are roos!

And here are some pics from a trail ride about 1/2 hour drive at a National Park. We saw more kangaroos here too!
    08-27-2008, 09:35 PM
We ride in the mountains and desert. I don't ride on the roads.

We see lots of animals

Typical Trails

Typical Animals
We see lots of Moose

Mule Deer

Wild Mustangs

Elk, rabbits, wild turkeys, grouse, coyotes, a rare bear.
    08-27-2008, 10:34 PM
Oh I love your pics, we are going riding tonight,hope to get some shots.
    08-27-2008, 11:09 PM
Originally Posted by Painted Horse
We ride in the mountains and desert. I don't ride on the roads.

We see lots of animals

Typical Trails

Typical Animals
We see lots of Moose

Mule Deer

Wild Mustangs

Elk, rabbits, wild turkeys, grouse, coyotes, a rare bear.
I like the wild mustang view in that pictures!!! And what state are you from?
    08-28-2008, 02:34 AM
Man I wanna come riding with you guys, your trails are gourgous!

Im a beach rider....and also do a bit of road riding ( only way to get to the beach ).

Ocean, beach, Lagoon type thing

Beach, you can go around the coast following those hills for miles, very cool ride ( but only at low tide )


Another small beach running along the river, on the way to the bigger beach ( pictured above )

    08-28-2008, 02:42 PM
Oh I love the beach shots too, and its cool you take along the other horse.We went for a short ride last night, ran out of daylight.So the couple pics I took didnt turn out.I'll try again today.

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