Darley Newman is the three-time Daytime Emmy-nominated host and producer of the internationally broadcast Equitrekking television series. Darley shares stories of traveling to destinations as close to home as Virginia and as far-flung as Botswana—horse riding, hiking, biking, dog-sledding and having active, equestrian adventures with local people.


 

Kenai Fjords National Park Wildlife Video

February 25, 2010
Take a boat tour on Resurrection Bay to see wildlife in the Kenai Fjords National Park. by Darley Newman View the beautiful scenery and abundant animals that can be seen in Alaska on the Kenai Peninsula, including bald eagles, puffin, orca, sea otters, Dall Sheep and more are seen in… Read more »

Alberta Impressions- Day One

February 25, 2010
I am sitting on the porch of Idle Spurs B and B in Black Diamond, Alberta. The sun is shining. It's probably 65 degrees Fahrenheit and the clouds are rolling by in the sky as I sip fresh lemonade. I hope that it's this beautiful tomorrow when we film a… Read more »

Alberta- Anchor D’s Sheep River

February 25, 2010
We are in the car driving to Banff, after taking the day to ride over 20 miles with Dewey and Jan Matthews of Anchor D Outfitting, an equestrian outfitter booked through Equitrekking Travel. 20 miles may not seem like a lot to you, but when you’re doing it through varied… Read more »

Alberta- Buzzard’s Calgary

February 25, 2010
If you visit Calgary, there’s a very unique experience at Buzzard’s Restaurant. Besides the really good food, you can try well-prepared Prairie Oysters, known by some as Rocky Mountain Oysters. It was once a delicacy in Alberta. You might be able to guess where they come from. (They are bull… Read more »

Alberta- Homeplace Ranch

February 25, 2010
I just finished the day at historic Homeplace Ranch riding with Mac MaKenny. Mac’s place is freindly and serene with nice, well loved horses and plenty of room to ride. We only scratched the surface on our ride through forests of Aspen to a conservation area with a peaceful lake… Read more »

Alberta- Calgary Stampede

February 25, 2010
We saw a lot at the Calgary Stampede. There is a lot going on at this 10-day summer event that around 120,000 people attend each day. I walked all over the Stampede, interviewing folks about their horses and passions. I ate a lot of fried goodness, including fried jelly beans… Read more »

Arizona- Bellota Ranch

February 25, 2010
I have been off the map this past week partici- pating in Women of the West at Bellota Ranch in the high desert of Arizona outside of Tucson. Bellota Ranch is a real working cattle ranch on over 60,000 acres in the Coronado National Forest. The area is rugged and… Read more »

Arizona- Humbug Mine Video

February 25, 2010
In this Equitrekking video clip, Equitrekking Host and Producer Darley Newman pans for gold with modern prospector David Burns at historic Humbug Mine in Arizona. Humbug is one of more than 40 ghost towns in the Bradshaw Mountains and David Burns has been searching for gold there for over 25… Read more »

Arizona- Canyon de Chelly

February 25, 2010
We're traveling from the Northeastern part of the state down to the border or Mexico. I was definitely reconsidering my choice for riding in Canyon de Chelly in the Navajo Nation in the Northeast in the winter, as I stuck my cold, gloved hand in my pocket to feel for… Read more »

Horseback riding in Arizona’s Bradshaw Mountains Video

February 25, 2010
Saddle up with Windwalker Expeditions in the Bradshaw Mountains outside of Phoenix. by Darley Newman With views of large, Lake Pleasant juxtaposed with the dry, high Sonoran desert, sprinkled with saguaro, cats claw, prickly pear, palo verde, jojoba, mesquite, hedgehog cactus, jumping cholla, ocotillo and vegetation and rolling mountains, this… Read more »