On-Trail First-Aid Kit

Trail Rider - - TRAIL - RIDING RESOURCES -

Here’s what to take on the trail. The sad­dle­bag items should travel with you on the ride, in a sad­dle­bag or pom­mel bag, or tied to your sad­dle.

Of course, you’ll don the rider ap­parel be­fore your ride, ty­ing your rain slicker to the back of your sad­dle.

Im­por­tant! Keep the rider safety/com­fort items on your body, in a fanny pack and/or an­kle pack, in case you be­come sep­a­rated from your horse.

In the Sad­dle­bag

First-aid kit/equine First-aid kit/hu­man Global Po­si­tion­ing Sys­tem unit Map Hal­ter Lead rope Hoof pick In­sect re­pel­lent (equine) Pel­leted feed Knife/mul­tipur­pose tool Wa­ter-bot­tle holder Wa­ter bot­tle/fresh wa­ter

Rider Ap­parel

Rid­ing jeans/breeches/ pants Rid­ing boots Cot­ton shirt Sweat­shirt/sweater Coat/jacket Rain slicker ASTM-ap­proved, SEIcer­ti­fied rid­ing helmet Rid­ing gloves Sun­glasses

Rider Safety/ Com­fort

Emer­gency-con­tact in­for­ma­tion Cell phone Flash­light Cam­era Lunch/snacks Med­i­ca­tions, poi­son ivy/ oak cream In­sect re­pel­lent (hu­man) Sun­block Lip balm

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