The cowboy state of Texas offers over 1,100 miles of horse friendly park trails between the Gulf Coastal Plains and Interior Lowlands region to the central Great Plains. If you plan to board your horse here, you will have many options depending on the location you choose: dry lot with shelter, pasture board with run-in shelter and stall board with turnout.
The climate here offers arid air in the west to humidity in the east. Rainfall averages 16 and 32" of precipitation and annual snowfall ranging between 15 and 30", plus a few tornadoes every year. While out horseback riding be on the lookout for wild pigs an alligator, but especially the variety of rattlesnakes (Timber Rattler. Diamondback Rattlesnake. Mojave Rattlesnake. Western Rattlesnake. Massasauga Rattlesnake. Pygmy Rattlesnake), coral snakes, copperheads and cottonmouths (water moccasins). Pasture grasses found here include Kentucky bluegrass, Tall fescue, Texas bluegrass, Bahia grass, Bermudagrass, Bluestems-native and others. If you plan to board your horse here you will have many options depending on locations - dry lot with shelter, pasture board with run-in shelter and stall board with turnout.