II Me's Endurance Arabians Sustainable Trails Now and Forever
nutrition for horse and rider supplies
Learn to Ride AERC Endurance Rides By Claire P. Toomey
Endurance Riding is learning the 'art' to ride distance - 25, 50, 100 miles or more in a given time - with a goal in mind and being responsible for yourself, your horse, and others you will encounter along the way.

Things to learn:
Exercise program for both you and your horse.

Proper Feeding and Supplements - for both you and your horse - Vitamins, Electrolytes and their importance.

Hoof care - To Shoe or Not to Shoe

Trail Etiquette & Safety

Finding and knowing yours and your horses boundaries - i.e. resting heart rates etc.

Proper grooming of your horse, clipping, bathing, etc. How to wrap legs before and after a ride.

Explaining and the use of proper Tack and Equipment - help you find what works best for you and your horse.

Learn how to negotiate terrain, read and follow trails and trail markings

Truck, Trailer, Motor home etc. - portable corral, hy tie etc. what will work for you.

How to pack and travel to and from rides, and what to bring. Feed, water, blankets, tack, etc.

I will teach you this and more so that you can participate in this exciting sport. Contact me today for information about classes for you and your horse.

Day Rides - You and your horse in the local desert, or in the nearby west side of the Spring Mountains, $150 per rider.

Day Rides - You and your horse in Blue Tree, the east side of the Spring Mountain Range, $225 per rider.

II Me's Endurance Arabians Training
Contact me for more information about Endurance Riding
Press Releases for Claire Toomey Endurance Training
Endurance horses I've trained
Sharon Saare Saddles Authorized Representitive
Learn To Endurance Ride
Nutrition for horse and rider

Home  ::  Contact Me  ::  Press Releases  ::   Horses I've Trained  ::  Sharon Saare Saddles  ::   Learn To Endurance Ride  ::  Nutrition for Horse and Rider