Articles Tagged 'Gaited Horses'

Three Great Guest Ranches for Seniors

Equestrian Travel Articles — August 7, 2017
Gather family and friends for a reunion or enjoy some off-season quiet – these guest ranches are great choices for senior adventurers. By Karen Braschayko Whether traveling alone, in a group, or with generations of family, senior vacationers tend to favor guest ranch opportunities with a variety of activities available.… Read more »

The Missouri Fox Trotter Breed Profile

Horse Breed Guide — July 10, 2013
The breed with an easy-going flat foot walk, smooth "fox" trot and a relaxed, free-flowing canter. Did you know the Missouri Fox Trotter has three natural gaits and no special shoeing or training is required? This breed is known for the comfort it affords its rider. Equitrekking interviews Joyce Graening,… Read more »

Icelandic Horses Video - the Tolt and Horse Trekking

Darley's Travel Blog — January 12, 2011
An Icelander Explains the Icelandic Horses' Special Ways of Moving by Darley Newman In working to explain the Icelandic horse's special gait or way of moving to travelers who hoped to go riding in Iceland or ride Icelandics in Vermont, I recently went straight to the source. I had my Icelandic… Read more »