Articles Tagged 'North Dakota Horse Riding'

Horseback Riding in Little Missouri State Park

50 State Trail Riding Project — February 25, 2018
Take a tour on horseback through some of North Dakota's most awe-inspiring terrain at Little Missouri State Park.   One of the best places to experience North Dakota's famous badlands is Little Missouri State Park and the best way to see it is from the saddle. This wild and rugged country… Read more »

Singer, Writer & Rancher Jessie Veeder on North Dakota Ranch Life

Expert Equestrian Articles — December 20, 2012
Singer and songwriter Jessie Veeder spent years on tour, performing in coffee houses and music venues, before deciding at the age of 28 to settle back home at her family’s working cattle ranch in the badlands of Western North Dakota, an area that’s undergoing an oil boom. It’s the ranch… Read more »

To always ride horses… with Songwriter Jessie Veeder

Equestrian Travel Articles — December 20, 2012
Singer and songwriter Jessie Veeder, who lives on a working ranch in North Dakota, shares why making time to horse ride with loved ones means so much. by Jessie Veeder Last weekend Little Sister came home for the hustle and bustle and celebration of our nephew's first birthday. Have I… Read more »

Horse Riding North Dakota’s Badlands

Equestrian Travel Articles — February 26, 2010
Exploring North Dakota's Badlands on horseback! By Rogan Kelly The Native Americans called it the bad lands to walk through. The French came along and shortened it, the bad lands. It was the French way; make the world smaller. No better place is this illustrated than in the portion size… Read more »