Articles Tagged 'United States'

Wyoming- T Cross Ranch Fly Fishing

Darley's Travel Blog — August 19, 2012
Experience fly-fishing at a Wyoming dude ranch. by Darley Newman I am a beginning fly-fisher. I've had one lesson in Wyoming prior to T Cross Ranch, a historic Wyoming dude ranch. Though it was a spot well known for great fly fishing, I did not catch anything. The instructor didn't… Read more »

Cowboy Mounted Shooting

Expert Equestrian Articles — August 19, 2012
Have you ever watched an old Western movie and marveled as the hero galloped his horse across the screen with reins in one hand, firing off shots left and right? Ever wished you could try it?  By Alan Eggleston, owner of Double E Ranch If the romance and excitement of… Read more »

Modern Cowboys

Expert Equestrian Articles — August 6, 2012
Do cowboys still exist? Their lifestyles may have changed, but yes, you can still find cowboys at American ranches and out on the trails. by Darley Newman. Originally published in True West magazine. "Sometimes you wonder why they all bunch up into cities, when there's all of this,” said Ron… Read more »

California- Armstrong Redwoods State Park

Darley's Travel Blog — July 10, 2012
Want to see California's Redwoods from a unique perspective? Saddle up in Armstrong Redwoods State Park. by Darley Newman Sonoma County in California has diverse horse riding opportunities through Redwood Forests, beaches, vineyards and California State Parks. I ventured out with Laura Ayers of Armstrong Woods Pack Station among the Redwood Forest… Read more »

Montana- Big Sky Country

Equestrian Travel Articles — June 5, 2012
Horse Riding and Travel Adventures at The Bar W Ranch in Whitefish, Montana. Written By Susan Seligman, Photographs courtesy of Susan Seligman and Bar W Ranch The day was beyond perfect. We rode for miles along the border, and then dropped down to a pure white sandy beach surrounding azure… Read more »

Horse Riding Waipi’o Valley, Hawaii’s Big Island

Darley's Travel Blog — June 5, 2012
Horse riding is the best way to tour Hawaii's Valley of the Kings. Read a first-hand account of what it's like to explore this exotic destination on horseback. by Darley Newman To get to Waipi’o Valley, the Valley of the Kings, you have to drive or hike down a VERY… Read more »

Texas- Horsey Adventures in Fort Worth

Darley's Travel Blog — May 2, 2012
Forth Worth for Horse Lovers, including the National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame, Fort Worth Stock Show, shopping and brisket at the Stockyards Hotel. by Darley Newman. Originally published in True West Magazine. Billed as the oldest stock show in America, the Fort Worth Stock Show dates to 1896,… Read more »

Texas- Running-R Ranch

Darley's Travel Blog — April 27, 2012
Hill Country in Texas and especially Bandera is well-known for its guest ranches. Saddle up with me to explore the area from the Running-R Ranch. by Darley Newman Running-R Ranch is a small guest ranch in the Hill Country of Texas, just outside of the small town of Bandera, self-proclaimed… Read more »

Kentucky- Big Red Stables

Equestrian Travel Articles — April 26, 2012
Traveling to Kentucky and looking to horse ride? Check out the Big Red Stables, a family-run farm that's truly special. by Equitrekking host Darley Newman The Big Red Stables, a farm in Harrodsburg, Kentucky, has been in Emily Dennis’ family for generations. Located not too far from Shaker Village in… Read more »

Kentucky- Shaker Village Trail Riding

Darley's Travel Blog — April 24, 2012
Saddle up for a spring ride through the pretty trails at Shaker Village of Pleasant Hill in Kentucky. by Darley Newman Shaker Village is certainly one of the most beautiful places to trail ride in Kentucky. Don Pelly, the naturalist at Shaker Village, took me and a group of local… Read more »