Horse list for camping

 

Here is a list that I use for horse camping – this is just things for the horse and rider not everything one will need to camp. You can take what you need/want off of the list and add in other things you might need/want. Also please note that this does not take into consideration all the items that I “store” in my horse trailer (see horse trailer list).

  

Hay                                        

Water (I always carry some water in my horse trailer)

 “grain”

Any medicine your horse might be taking

Banamine (just in case)

Salt (I add a little to their “grain” so they will drink enough water)

Bran (just in case so a bran mash can be made)

Salt Block (if you use one)

Electrolites

 

Hay net

Water bucket (muck bucket too- if setting up a corral I like to water them with a larger bucket, more likely to stay upright)

Grain tub

 

Brushes/mane & tail brush

Hoof pick

Fly/tick spray

Detangler spray

Sponge

Sweat scraper

Medicine (for any cuts and scrapes)

Liniment (for any sore muscles)

Peroxide (another just in case)

 

Blanket/cooler (many camping spots cool way down at night)

Fly mask/fly leg wraps (if used)

Rope/tie and/or corral (“stakes” - posts, electric tape, charger, railings or ground tie)

Muck cart and bucket

Manure fork

 

Halter/lead rope

Saddle                                    

Saddle Pad    

Combo boots, splint boots, bell boots etc

Bridle

Girth 

Breast collar/crouper                                           

                                                                                     

Gloves                                                                          

Helmet (if used – always a good idea on trails)                                                                     

Spurs   (if used)                                                                                  

Boots  

Riding pants/tights                                                                           

Water bottles and holders (bring many – you never know how long you might be out)

Chocks – for the trailer if you unhitch your tow vehicle


 


 
 
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