Carole Schuh - silver Member Division 3 Top Trail Rider

Member Since: 2017 Pacific Region Trail Miles Ridden: 535+
I grew up riding lots of miles on the trail to give my horses a break from arena work. I was in 4-H for eight years then became a leader for 18 years. I took a 17 year break from horses while working a really demanding job. I got back in the saddle in 2010 riding a horse that was given to me. I Read More… 

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  • Gunner  Top Trail
    Pacific Region
    Breed: American Paint Horse
    Trail Miles: 535+ 
  • Gunner
    Pacific Region
    Breed: American Paint Horse
    Trail Miles: 0+ 

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  • Carole Schuh - 10 months ago.

    Gunner looking for treats during our lunch at Wicky Creek Shelter out from Mt Adams Horse Camp

  • Carole Schuh - 10 months ago.

A 9+ Mile Horse Trail Moses Lake, WA - Grant County

Grant County Horse Trail. A 9-1/8 mile trail ride on 1258+ acres located near Moses Lake, WA.

Ridden Nov 12, 2017
A 5+ Mile Horse Trail Richland, WA No.4 - Benton County

Benton County Horse Trail. A 5-1/16 mile trail ride on 233+ acres located near Richland, WA.

Ridden Nov 07, 2017
A 3+ Mile Horse Trail Mesa, WA No.2 - Franklin County

Franklin County Horse Trail. A 3-1/4 mile trail ride on 178+ acres located near Mesa, WA.

Ridden Nov 03, 2017
A 4+ Mile Horse Trail Richland, WA No.5 - Benton County

Benton County Horse Trail. A 4-3/4 mile trail ride on 234+ acres located near Richland, WA.

Ridden Oct 31, 2017
A 9+ Mile Horse Trail Mesa, WA - Franklin County

Franklin County Horse Trail. A 9-1/16 mile trail ride on 926+ acres located near Mesa, WA.

Ridden Oct 23, 2017
A 8+ Mile Horse Trail Mesa, WA No.5 - Franklin County

Franklin County Horse Trail. A 8-7/8 mile trail ride on 925+ acres located near Mesa, WA.

Ridden Oct 22, 2017

Horseback riders are responsible for assessing their own abilities and their horses' capabilities to determine which trails fit their experience level.