Articles Tagged 'Horse Vacations'

Bring Your Own Horse Vacations: Beach Rides

Equestrian Travel Articles — August 18, 2013
Have horse, will travel? This summer we are exploring some of the best vacations that you and your horse can enjoy, starting with great places to go horseback riding on the beach in New England, Florida, California and the Pacific Northwest If you dream of horseback riding on the beach… Read more »

Riding Holiday in Cappadocia, Turkey

Equestrian Travel Articles — October 3, 2012
Exploring the "Land of the Beautiful Horses" on a Cappadocia riding vacation in Central Turkey. by Ann Jamieson The boarding call came over the loudspeaker. My plane was boarding for Istanbul, where I would catch a connecting flight to Kayseri, and then be picked up for my horseback holiday in… Read more »

10 Great Places to Horse Ride- #7 Donana National Park, Spain

Darley's Travel Blog — April 1, 2012
You can't get much better than horseback riding on the beach in Southern Spain, which is why this beautiful national park ranks #7 in our Top 10 list. by Darley Newman Doñana National Park is another destination that I've been priviledged to ride horses in twice! These are some of… Read more »

10 Great Places to Horse Ride- #8 Cappadocia, Turkey

Darley's Travel Blog — April 1, 2012
Cappadocia, Turkey is one of the most fascinating destinations we've ever horse ridden and ranks at #8 in our countdown.  by Darley Newman I've actually visited Cappadocia, Turkey twice now. It's one of the most interesting travel destinations I've ever explored and a great place to explore on horseback. You… Read more »

Modern Day Packers - Horse Pack Trip Leaders

Equestrian Travel Articles — October 19, 2011
Discover how the packing lifestyle today compares to that of Jedediah Smith. Learn about people who chose a life in the wild, leading pack trips. by Darley Newman, as published in her column in True West magazine Jedediah Smith made the first reported crossing of California’s unpredictable and treacherous Sierra… Read more »

15 Great Global Horse Treks Featured on CNNGo

Darley's Travel Blog — October 5, 2011
It's hard to narrow down some of the best destinations to take a horse trek around the world, even to 15, but I've done it for an article, featured today on CNNGo.com, World's great horse treks.  From Turkey to Ireland and Jordan to Maui, I've trekked the world on horses, riding wtih… Read more »

Charlevoix Horse Riding Quebec Travel Video

Darley's Travel Blog — October 4, 2011
Watch a travel video of riding Haflinger horses during autumn at Ranch du Fjord in Charlevoix, Quebec. by Darley Newman View the changing leaves horseback riding horses at Ranch du Fjord, located a few hours from Quebec City and Montreal in the Charlevoix region of Quebec in this Equitrekking travel… Read more »

5 Great Ranches You Won’t Find in the American West

Darley's Travel Blog — May 16, 2011
When most people think about horseback riding ranches, they conjure up images of riding with cowboys in the American West. While there are lots of great western dude ranches and guest ranches, we’ve discovered ranches throughout the world that welcome travelers to saddle up and experience western riding outside of… Read more »

Uruguay Gaucho Cattle Drive

Darley's Travel Blog — March 3, 2011
Cattle Drive with gauchos... South American cowboys by Darley Newman Working estancias, South American ranches, allow guests to saddle up and help out with daily tasks, like moving cattle across the grasslands. We’d just left a nearby estancia during a storm, and it was our final night in Uruguay at… 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 »