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A Bell for Christmas

"Bells at Christmas are as traditional as snowflakes, trees, ribbons and bows," Bonnie Davis, owner of Two Horse Enterprises, stated. "And for the Holidays Two Horse Enterprises will be including one of our Trail Bells in orders received between November 1st and January 1, 2007."

"A Trail Bell is a small, Swiss bell that one attaches to a cinch or breast collar. It's little tinkle will notify wildlife and other trail users in the area that you're on the trail. It has a breakaway ring so you don't have to worry about it getting hung up in tall grasses or snags. It's not only useful on your horse, but on your trail dog so you'll know which direction he went! Over the Holidays, hang a Trail Bell on your horse's stall door so he's in the Christmas spirit too," Davis concluded.

Two Horse Enterprises is dedicated to trail riding and horsecamping. Over 25 trail books and guides for finding trails, camps and staging areas in various states are offered along with other publications such as "Bombproof Your Horse", "Trail Training" and more. Hardware includes folding canvas water pails, tree savers, knot eliminators, high line cotton lead ropes, folding hoof picks, Bickmore Gall Salve and more. Video listings go from trail building, training a trail mule, gentle use and more. Maps offered are National Forest Service, Bureau of Land Mangement plus regional and national. And if one can't decide what to wrap up for a Christmas present or gift, Two Horse has Gift Certificates available.

For Two Horse Enterprises website, go to http://www.twohorseenterprises.com. And for a FREE Two Horse catalog, e-mail twohorse@horsecamping.com, call (510) 657-5239 or write P.O. Box 15517, Fremont, Ca. 94539.

"If a person has a horsecamping or trail riding question, call us. We'll answer your question. If we can't, we'll find an answer for you and get back to you. And Happy Holidays!", Bonnie Davis concluded.


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