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PodcastTrail Ride Nation 2: Anita RileyAnita Riley, one of the country’s up-and-coming female rodeo promoters. We will discuss her experience as a promoter of the “Women To Women” Open Rodeo event. And explore how her organization is impacting the lives of hundreds of people in Arkansas. Trail Ride Nation 1: Troy Labbe’Troy is one of […]

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Trail Ride Nation

Trail Ride Nation – Interviews Troy LabbeTrail Ride Nation interviews, Troy Labbe, one of the country’s top trail ride promoters. In this exclusive interview we discuss his renown Texas-N-Louisiana Super Ride, how to create your own successful trail ride, and the future of the trail riding culture. So, saddle up and enjoy this outstanding conversation […]

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Let The Good Times Roll

Let The Good Times RollThe trail riding season is in almost in full swing and you can literally feel the electricity in the air. Zydeco music is bubbling. Saddles are getting dusted off. And horses are chomping at the bit. So, before the 2016 season begins, BlackTrailRiders.com is excited to announce our new and improved […]

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Highlights: TX-LA Super Ride

Highlights: TX-LA Super RideMany have tried to accomplish the task of creating a Super Trail Ride, but only a few have reached that lofty goal. A “Super Ride” requires months of planning, great relationships with other saddle clubs, a solid team of responsible individuals that know how to get the job done, outstanding entertainment, and […]

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Gulf Coast Chicken Gumbo

Gulf Coast Chicken Gumbo Fresh okra is the seasonal star in this delicious rendition of chicken gumbo with a simple roux. For convenience, this can easily be made in a slow cooker. Add a fresh green salad and crusty, hot whole wheat rolls, or whole wheat crackers.Ingredients:4 tablespoons canola oil, divided1 pound boneless, skinless chicken […]

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Tom Bass: Equestrian Legend

Tom Bass: Equestrian LegendTom Bass was one of America’s premier equestrian riders and trainers. He was born in Missouri and was raised by his grandparents, Presley and Eliza Gray.At an early age, Tom was exposed to horses and began to develop a deep respect for them. After years of working and caring for a number […]

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