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Trails, Trails, and more Trails in your own Backyard!

"There's no reason for horseowners and trail riders to stop trail riding just because fuel prices are reaching the liquid gold stage. All one has to do is find those trails in your own backyard," Bonnie Davis, trail rider for over 40 years and owner of Two Horse Enterprises, stated.

Two Horse Enterprises is dedicated to trail riding and horsecamping and has equestrian trail guides for half the nation -- over 30! Plus some guides to trails in National Parks and National Grasslands.

From Pennsylvania to California, Texas to Montana and Wyoming trail guides are displayed on Two Horse's website and in catalog.

The newest book is "Colorado's Rocky Mountain National Park" with over 50 trails in and around the Park. Some Wyoming and South Montana trails are included in the "Yellowstone National Park Trail Guide" publication.

The largest book weighing it at over one pound is the "Pacific Northwest Trail Guide". Featuring trails in Washington, Montana, Idaho, Oregon and Washington this full color, slick page publication features over 450 trails between its covers. And all the publications in Two Horse feature not only trail locations but distances, terrains, difficulty, horsecamping sites, water, road conditions and more. Ideal for any level of trail rider and horse's condition.

In addition to state trail guides, Two Horses includes hardware for camping -- tree savers, knot eliminators, folding canvas water pails, trail bells and more. Maps include National Forest Service, National Park, state and if it's not listed, Two Horse can help find it!

Books make excellent gifts regardless if it's a birthday, a 'thank you for your help' or for the upcoming Christmas Holiday Season and filling that stocking stuffer list!

For a view of Two Horse Enterprises books, go to http://www.twohorseenterprises.com website or call (510) 657-5239, e-mail horsecamping@comcast.net for a FREE catalog. And if not sure which book may cover an area you want to ride or have a question in general, call or e-mail. We'll help answer those trail and horsecamping questions!


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