Articles Tagged 'Equitrekking Travel'

Best of Irish Countryside Travel Video

Darley's Travel Blog — February 18, 2011
Discover the Best Horse Riding & Irish Horse Tourist Spots in Ireland's Countryside in this Equitrekking travel video by Darley Newman I've traveled to Ireland three times now, filming for Equitrekking and riding horses around the entire country. In this special video, we've showcased the Best of the Irish Countryside,… Read more »

Dressage Training in Spain Video - Part 2

Darley's Travel Blog — January 5, 2011
Darley takes a dressage vacation and trains in Spain Read Part 1 of "Dressage Training in Andalucia" Napoleon, my horse at the Riding Center in Spain, was just as I thought he would be, very responsive. I felt the energy right as I got on and took a few deep breaths… Read more »

Dressage Training in Andalucia Video - Part 1

Darley's Travel Blog — January 4, 2011
TV Host and Equestrian Darley Newman tries dressage training at a historic hacienda in Southern Spain by Equitrekking host Darley Newman As I watched Napoleon, a beautiful white Andalusian, neighing and pawing the ground and prancing around, agitated at having to stand for a minute, I felt sure that this… Read more »

Cowgirl 101 in Apache Country

Equestrian Travel Articles — November 9, 2010
By Equitrekking host Darley Newman as published in her column in True West magazine I rode a Mexican Mustang named Pancho through areas that would have felt downright claustrophobic during the days of Apache reign. While astride Pancho in southwestern New Mexico beside the Gila National Forest, his hooves noisily… Read more »

Driving Chariots in Jerash

Darley's Travel Blog — September 21, 2010
In the historic Roman city of Jerash in Northern Jordan, I was able to try one of the most unique equestrian experiences I could have ever imagined, riding in a horse drawn chariot- rather racing- as a part of RACE, the Roman Army and Chariot Experience. It’s the NASCAR of… Read more »

Vermont’s Green Mountain Trail Riding

Darley's Travel Blog — September 3, 2010
We arrived at the Mountain Top Inn eleven miles outside of Killington in the Green Mountains of Vermont on a summer day just in time for a morning trail ride. A young girl was learning to jump in the lesson arena, as I set off on Cassanova, a surefooted mixed… Read more »

Uruguay Beach Riding in Rocha

Darley's Travel Blog — August 24, 2010
It’s not everyday that I see a gaucho on the beach, but in the small South American country of Uruguay this is not so uncommon an occurrence. As Alejandro, Alexander and I cantered along the beaches of Uruguay in the Rocha province near the Brazilian border, I felt like I… Read more »

Utah’s Capital Reef

Darley's Travel Blog — July 20, 2010
by Darley Newman It’s amazing that on a ride in Utah of all places, I can be reminded of my home on the east coast. While sitting atop Sawdust, my eight-year-old buckskin mount for this trip, I starred at the towering white rock cliffs of Capitol Reef National Park, which… Read more »

Turkey- Guzelyurt

Darley's Travel Blog — July 4, 2010
Güzelyurt is a village in Cappadocia in Central Turkey, which has not been totally discovered by tourists or the modern world, allowing travelers who do make it here to see Turks living a traditional lifestyle. Traveling through the village on horseback, I felt more in touch with the people, many… Read more »

Alberta- Banff Pack Trip

Darley's Travel Blog — June 10, 2010
It’s about a three-hour ride over varied terrain through Banff National Park to reach Mystic Camp. I’m riding Tumbleweed, a mountain-tough quarter horse whose trot is surprisingly smooth, for my Equitrekking Travel Pack Trip info Banff National Park. Barry, our guide, is riding his mule named Sharon Stone. He says… Read more »