RIDE SAFE is a sports medical ID bracelet that is designed to be worn all day every day by equestrians and other athletes. When an emergency happens, time is critical and the RIDE SAFE ID bracelet will allow first responders, friends, and family immediate access to your secure medical history and contact information to facilitate rapid medical response and therapy.
Fall Trail Riding Tips from Horse & Rider
Fall can be an excellent time of year to venture out on the trails. With the changing leaves, beautiful scenery and wildlife, plus cooler temperatures it can be a very enjoyable experience! However it's important to maintain safety and safe riding practices at all times, especially out on the trails. Thanks to our friends at Horse & Rider, we are sharing an article today that talks about seven possibly dangerous situations that can arise while out on the trails. The article goes into each one and how to avoid it. Of course, we have to add wearing your Ride Safe bracelet at all times to the list! But take a minute to check out the article below and make sure you stay safe this fall!
Photo credit: Pine Creek Valley Trail Riders
"Proper planning can make all the difference when it comes to enjoying a trail ride and trail ride safety. Without it, you can wind up in predicaments ranging from inconveniences to serious threats to your safety, as well as that of your horse and your trail-riding pals.'
'Even with proper preparation (see sidebar, "Plan Ahead," below, for tips), unexpected situations can arise, and you must act quickly to keep all the horses and humans in your party as safe as possible. Here are a few common problems in trail riding safety to keep in mind. If one of these situations sneaks up on you, you'll also be armed with information necessary to get out of it quickly and with as little harm as possible (Horse & Rider)." Read the full article here!
Learn how you can equip yourself with a Ride Safe bracelet that could save your life by visiting our site, www.teamridesafe.com.