Competitive Trail Riding is often seen by most equestrians as the gentle, relaxed sister-sport to Endurance Riding. Although both sports are based upon riding distances, they are very different in their philosophies. Unlike the "race-to-win" attitude of Endurance Riding, CTR focuses primarily on the ability of the horse to travel specified distances while maintaining adherence to a strict framework of equine condition specifications and rigid time limits. It is a wonderful sport that is practiced throughout the equestrian world, and continually gaining more popularity among families and casual riders.
Competitive Trail Riding
An introduction to the sport from start to finish, step by step, including timely tips and helpful hints.
Conservation Principles for Competition Trail Riders
Ideals on the preservation of a cultural heritage in a natural heritage setting by understanding nature's ecosystem and minimizing the impacts of equestrian trail use.
North American Trail Ride Conference
Official homepage of the NATRC. Information on the organization, bylaws, member associations, ride calendar, results, rulebook, and links.
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