Articles Tagged 'Equestrian Travel'

Maui’s Remote Kipahulu

Darley's Travel Blog — July 17, 2010
Keoni, an Alaka’i (guide), leads us into the rainforest in the remote section of Kipahulu on Maui. I am riding Makani Kulupe, a Quarter Horse Thoroughbred cross whose name means North Wind. Like all of the horses at Maui Stables, Makani Kulupe, has been trained by Keoni. We snack on… Read more »

Riding on a Budget

Travel Tips — February 25, 2010
by Darley Newman Horseback riding can be expensive hobby, especially if you are a horse owner. However there are ways to enjoy your equine friends and ride on a budget. Volunteer: Help out at your local stables. Even if you are new to the equestrian world, a therapeutic riding program… Read more »

Ride Green: Eco-friendly Trail Riding

Travel Tips — February 25, 2010
by Darley Newman. Originally published in True West magazine. Don’t consider yourself an environmentalist? If you’re a trail rider, you’re more eco-friendly than you realize. Horseback riding is an environmentally friendly way to discover a destination. Horses may make noise as their hooves crunch over leaves that have blown onto… Read more »

Quebec- North Hatley, Driving a Horse Drawn Sleigh Video

Darley's Travel Blog — February 25, 2010
Learn to drive a horse drawn sleigh in Quebec's Eastern Townships  by Darley Newman     Jacques Robidas got Mimi and Jackie, two Belgian Draft horses, ready for my driving lesson. I would be learning to drive a horse drawn sleigh- so nice in the winter snow! We took off… Read more »