Articles Tagged 'Equestrian'

YQA - Global Equestrian Fashion & Style

Darley's Travel Blog — April 3, 2011
Global equestrian fashions we've photographed on the road... Equitrekking! by Darley Newman In our travels filming for Equitrekking, we like to fit in with the locals, which sometimes means picking up or borrowing some equestrian clothing and riding gear. From bombachas in Uruguay to keffiyehs in Jordan, here are a… Read more »

YQA - Barefoot Horses on Equitrekking

Darley's Travel Blog — March 28, 2011
Find out which destinations you've watched on Equitrekking where the horses go au naturel. by Darley Newman A few of you have written to us to ask which segments of Equitrekking feature barefoot horses-- horses who are not wearing shoes.  We've ridden horses with a few equestrians who keep their… Read more »

Morgan Horses for Trail Riding

Equestrian Travel Articles — February 5, 2011
Trail Riding on Morgan Horses Take one of those flashy Morgan show horses out on the trail, “What? You say!” “Well, yes,” say those of us who have been using this original American breed on the trails for years. The Morgan makes a wonderful trail and family pleasure horse and… Read more »

Jordan Travel Videos from Emmy winning Equitrekking

Darley's Travel Blog — January 2, 2011
View videos from the Wadi Rum Desert, driving chariots in Jerash, the Royal Stables with Princess Alia, Arabian horses and more. Travel videos the Middle Eastern Kingdom of Jordan with Equitrekking host Darley Newman.  Video 1 Driving a Horse Drawn Chariot in Jerash Video 2 Bedouin Meal in the Wadi… Read more »

Washington International Horse Show Ireland Trip Auction

Darley's Travel Blog — October 6, 2010
The Equitrekking team is excited that's Ring of Kerry equestrian vacation in Ireland will be part of the silent auction for the 2010 Washington International Horse Show in Washington, DC. Thank you to the O'Sullivan family at Killarney Riding Stables and for donating this trip! I've been to… Read more »

Colorado: Hidden Treasure in Engineer Mountain

Equestrian Travel Articles — August 3, 2010
With several peaks reaching 14,000 feet and sheer canyons and steep switchbacks, riding horses in the San Juan National Forest can be challenging.  by Equitrekking host Darley Newman, as published in her Trail Rider column in True West magazine Riders and horses that venture out in this part of southwestern… Read more »

Costa Rica Horse Festival

Darley's Travel Blog — August 1, 2010
For me, traveling on horseback is all about getting to see and experience things in a totally new way. Riding in a Cabalgata in Costa Rica marks at the top of my list for exciting things to experience on horseback. In the above video, you can watch a behind the… Read more »

Spain- Tapas on the Trail

Darley's Travel Blog — July 13, 2010
by Equitrekking host Darley Newman Andalucía is a part of Southern Spain where orange groves and olives trees are lit by year-round sunshine, historic haciendas greet guests with abundant food and a relaxed Spanish lifestyle, and the magical Andalusian horses await to whisk you away on a romantic journey. This was… Read more »

Backcountry Riding in Alberta

Expert Equestrian Articles — February 25, 2010
I always like to talk to fellow riders when I am beginning to research a new area to go horseback riding in order to get personal recommendations on great places to ride. During my research on riding in Alberta in preparation for an upcoming Equitrekking film shoot, I was fortunate… Read more »