TRAIL RIDING SAFETY
Brad Harter was an integral part in the formation of Hocking College’s Wilderness & Back Country Horsemanship program. Brad taught a number of the equine classes that he developed as requested by the industry for over 45 years. He also took more than 50 groups of students into remote wilderness areas in Wyoming & Colorado working on various work projects for the U.S.F.S. Now retired, Brad is pursuing his activities with horses & bird dogs.
Traveling thousands of miles each year with horses where no facilities exist to house or care for these horses has allowed Brad to develop methods to care for stock in many of the same ways that it was done years ago, when travel by horses was the main mode of transportation. Brad will present Trail and Backcountry Camping topics.
Trail Riding: Happiness Straight From the Horses Mouth in Nutrena SafeChoice Room
Trail Riding: Our World Through the Eyes of a Horse in Nutrena ProForce Room
Trail Riding: Preventing or Solving 6 Common Horse Issues in Nutrena ProForce Room
Trail Riding: The Three Biggest Equine Emergencies When Traveling and How to Prevent Them in Nutrena Loyall Room