New Mexico offers the horseback rider over 400 horse-friendly park trails with camping and a mild climate. You can expect dry lot boarding with run-in shelters and stall boarding.
The diverse terrain encompasses the Chihuahua Desert and the Sangre de Cristo Mountains. The climate is mild, abundant sunshine, low relative humidity, and depending on your location you may receive only up to 14" of rain or about 22" of snowfall. While out riding you may see a black bear or mountain lion, and be aware that this state has 8 venomous snakes; 7 rattlesnake species and the coral snake. Pastures will contain bermudagrass, Big Bluestem, fescue, Orchard grass, wheatgrass, ryegrass and others. You can expect dry lot boarding with run in shelters and stall boarding.