Consider the "neckties" with hydrosource in it. These are the
ones that you wet and they stay wet for hours. I've also seen
them in the Weiss catalog for horses.
Cool cap - I think this is a trade name. You put them inside
your helmet to keep cool. I've heard great results.
Small items might include keychains.
Small water proof belt pouch, just big enough for a vet card, map,
hoofpick and compass. Include the compass for the person who gets
lost the most.
Coffee cups, large, insulated, for those early mornings when you
are waiting in line.
For the horses - trailer ties, matching lead rope and halter,
buckets and more buckets, water containers that fit in the
trailer (holds 20 gallons or some such size). I saw a neat
over-the-fence-grain bucket, that should fit just right over the
door of a trailer. Half sheet blanket that rolls up behind the
horse after you've started the ride. Easy boots.
Anything you've ever lost on a ride:-)
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