Whoaaaa! Here’s How Good Horse Management Stops Invasive Species.
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Do you know someone who says they’ve seen a Bigfoot? Ask them if they’ve ever seen one of us riding horseback! It happens!

It’s a weird thing to see, but it happens.

I’m by no means a pro equestrian, but when I do ride, I take care of those gentle giants so we both leave only footprints. And hoof prints. Basically, we’re not spreading invasive species.

Good thing we have some easy invasive species prevention steps for horseback riders. My favorite is the coconut oil trick.


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