Articles Tagged 'Trail Riding'

Riding the Sespe Trail in California’s Los Padres National Forest

Equestrian Travel Articles — January 25, 2015
Hollis Guerra of MisAdventures of a RedHead treks through Santa Barbara's stunning backcountry, the Los Padres National Forest, enjoying food and friendship along the route. by Hollis Guerra Over Thanksgiving break, I had maybe one of the most incredible days cementing my new found love for horses and working on my… Read more »

TREC: “The Adventure Sport for Trail Riding Enthusiasts”

Expert Equestrian Articles — December 18, 2014
Originating from the equestrian tourism industry, TREC is an international sport that tests horses and riders over three phases. by Jocelyn Pierce with photos by TREC-USA TREC, or Techniques de Rondonee Equestre de Competition, began in France as a way to test trekking guides working in the equestrian tourism industry.… Read more »

Horseback Riding Hocking Hills in Ohio

50 State Trail Riding Project — December 5, 2014
Spectacular rock formations, waterfalls, caves and more... why you should ride in Ohio's Hocking Hills. Part of the Equitrekking 50 State Trail Riding Project. by Christine Oswald Our favorite place to ride in Ohio is Hocking Hills. Over the years we have hosted rides there, just gone down as a family… Read more »

Cedar Lake Equestrian Camp in the Oklahoma Ouachita Mountains

50 State Trail Riding Project — October 6, 2014
The President of the Oklahoma Equestrian Trail Riders Association shares a great place to horseback ride and camp in the Winding Stair Mountains area in Oklahoma's Ouachita Mountains. by Philip Milliken Located within the Ouachita National Forest and a part of the Cedar Lake Recreation Area, the Cedar Lake Equestrian Camp… Read more »

Between the Ears- Equitrekking Photos from around the World

Darley's Travel Blog — August 11, 2014
Some of our favorite "between the ears" photos from riding the world while filming for Equitrekking, the Emmy-winning PBS TV series. by Darley Newman Seeing the world through the ears of a horse is a special way to travel, taking you places that vehicles can't reach and that would take… Read more »

Curious About Competitive Trail Riding?

Expert Equestrian Articles — July 13, 2014
Curious About Competitive Trail Riding? Learn about this increasingly popular sport and pastime from the American Competitive Trail Horse Association. Whether you are a seasoned trail rider or just thinking of joining the sport of competitive trail riding there are numerous options out there for you, but none with the… Read more »

Alaska- Seward Horse Ride

Darley's Travel Blog — June 13, 2014
My adventures horse riding Seward and viewing wildlife and Alaska beaches on the Kenai Peninsula in Alaska with Bree Bardarson of Bardy's Trail Rides by Darley Newman Bree Bardarson of Bardy’s Trail Rides was born and raised in Alaska. As an Alaskan native and horse lover, she was a great… Read more »

Horseback Riding Banff National Park

Darley's Travel Blog — April 17, 2014
Wilderness Pack Trip on horseback in Banff National Park in Alberta   by Equitrekking host Darley Newman The first day of our pack trip into Banff National Park had been an eventful one. The three-hour ride to Mystic Camp was a mix of sun, rain and hail- yes hail in… Read more »

Utah- Antelope Island Horse Riding with Bison with Video

Darley's Travel Blog — February 26, 2014
Herding bison on horseback! See how it's done on Antelope Island. by Darley Newman I rode with Ron Brown of R and G Horse and Wagon just outside of Salt Lake City on Antelope Island on the Great Salt Lake. Antelope Island is the largest island in the Great Salt… Read more »

Horseback Riding in Connecticut’s Sprague Land Preserve

50 State Trail Riding Project — December 28, 2013
Denise Ethier Dembinksi describes trails in Connecticut’s Sprague Land Preserve and along the bordering Shetucket River as part of Equitrekking’s 50 State Trail Riding Project. by Denise Ethier Dembinski Located just off of Rt. 207, on Holton Road in Franklin, Connecticut, the Sprague Land Preserve is just about 6.5 miles… Read more »