Articles Tagged 'Horseback Riding'

YQA -  Where to Horse Ride Amid Wildflowers

Darley's Travel Blog — March 20, 2017
In honor of the first day of spring, check out these destinations to ride horses amid wildflowers. Alaska, Kentucky, Hawaii's Big Island and Ireland trail riding. by Darley Newman Spring is finally here! After a long winter, hopefully everyone is finally digging out. Besides where to view changing leaves on horseback… Read more »

Dana Village Horse Trek in Jordan

Darley's Travel Blog — October 10, 2014
Ride back in time through a 15th century village in Jordan, right beside the Dana Nature Reserve. by Darley Newman I certainly felt like I was stepping back in time as I rode an Arabian horse through the small village of Dana on the edge of the Dana Nature Reserve… Read more »

Inaugural Central Park Horse Show a Manifestation of Things to Come

Equestrian Travel Articles — September 24, 2014
By Alexandra Begley The inaugural Central Park Horse Show drew a near-capacity crowd to New York’s most famous urban park from September 18-21, the first event of a seven-year planned contract. The show featured speed courses, dressage, vaulting, and even polo, and while it brought all things equestrian to the… Read more »

Western Horsemanship and Riding Clinics

Equestrian Travel Articles — July 5, 2014
Looking to expand your western riding skills and natural horsemanship knowledge? Here’s a look at three educational opportunities for riders who want to try something new and improve their riding. by Jocelyn Pierce
 Riders of all levels can benefit from additional training and instruction to improve riding technique. Whether you’re… Read more »

Horseback Riding in South Dakota- The Badlands and Beyond

50 State Trail Riding Project — March 9, 2014
Horseback riding in South Dakota offers diversity to discover! Founding member of Black Hills Backcountry Horsemen of South Dakota Renee Bechen highlights Badlands National Park, The Black Hills and beyond for the Equitrekking 50 State Trail Riding Project. by Renee Bechen South Dakota’s landscapes offer outstanding scenery for riders that enjoy diversity. Many individuals… Read more »

Arkansas Horseback Riding Pedestal Rock- Ozark National Forest

50 State Trail Riding Project — January 26, 2014
Learn about favorite Arkansas trails of the Arkansas Trail Riders Association as part of Equitrekking's 50 State Trail Riding Project. by Tina Taylor and Sherry Resecker Cowboy Up Horse Camp in Pelsor, Arkansas is a great place for riding, some of it is easy, however there are many difficult trails… Read more »

Horse Riding the Pacific Crest Trail in San Diego County

50 State Trail Riding Project — December 5, 2013
An active equestrian who frequents horse and mule trails in San Diego County shares great equine trails along the Southern Tip of the Pacific Crest Trail for the Equitrekking 50 State Trail Riding Project. By Clare Maudsley The Pacific Crest Trail stretches 2,650 miles from the Mexican border to Canada.… Read more »

Kansas Trails for Horseback Riding- Kanopolis and Beyond

50 State Trail Riding Project — October 7, 2013
Learn about great horse trails and equestrian campsites in Kansas, including Kanopolis State Park, the Gant-Larson Ranch and more–– part of Equitrekking's 50 State Trail Riding Project! By Cheryl Thomas Kansas trail riders have a secret! Or several secrets, as a matter of fact: wide open prairie with swaying grasses… Read more »

Crossing the Alps on Horseback- Mangalarga Marchadors Lead the Way

Equestrian Travel Articles — September 25, 2013
A husband and wife horseback rides across the Alps on an amazing adventure from Bavaria to Northern Italy. by Sophia Baptista de Oliveira, Haras Maripa One more time we set ourselves up another adventure with our horses Patek and Urano de Maripa. This time we crossed the Alps with our… Read more »

Trail Riding the Shawnee National Forest in Illinois

Equestrian Travel Articles — May 30, 2013
The Equestrian Vagabond rides Gaited Horses in the Lusk Creek Wilderness in Illinois with some 'Gaiter' friends. Article by Merri Melde Photos of Merri by Genie Stewart-Spears The Shawnee National Forest in southern Illinois might look flat and boring from above (like from a Cessna 402 flying 5000' above the… Read more »