Articles Tagged 'Ranch'

Five Cowgirls Who Changed History

Equestrian Travel Articles — July 2, 2017
Remarkable women from my visit to the National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame in Fort Worth, Texas. by Karen Braschayko At the National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame, you can learn about cowgirls who were famous and those who were not so famous. Even if you know their names,… Read more »

Kid Friendly Dude Ranch Vacations

Dude Ranch Blog — October 17, 2012
Looking for a kid-friendly dude ranch vacation? Tips on how to find ranches where you can bring the kids and they can get introduced to horses, learn to ride and a whole lot more on a family ranch vacation. Plus, top-rated ranches for kids. by Darley Newman Dude ranch vacations… Read more »

Dream Jobs: Endurance Rider

Expert Equestrian Articles — September 10, 2012
Champion endurance racer Darolyn Butler has made an equestrian career out of her passion for marathon rides. by Karen Braschayko Darolyn Butler has had a long career in several aspects of the equine industry, from winning rodeo queen pageants to selling Western wear and producing instructional videos on horsemanship. Today,… Read more »

Luxury Camping - What You Might Love About Glamping

Dude Ranch Blog — August 20, 2012
Glamorous camping is a luxurious new option for connecting with nature and living outdoors on your next dude ranch vacation. by Karen Braschayko  The view from the glamping tents on the Ridge at Siwash Lake Ranch in British Columbia, Canada. Celebrities like Justin Bieber want to try it, the Real… Read more »

Modern Cowboys

Expert Equestrian Articles — August 6, 2012
Do cowboys still exist? Their lifestyles may have changed, but yes, you can still find cowboys at American ranches and out on the trails. by Darley Newman. Originally published in True West magazine. "Sometimes you wonder why they all bunch up into cities, when there's all of this,” said Ron… Read more »

Rancho Las Cascadas Riding Vacation

Equestrian Travel Articles — July 2, 2012
Seeing the heart of Mexico as it was 100 years ago–– where people live simply, close to the land, and the horse is still a treasured mode of transportation.  by Rosemary Passantino On the way from Mexico City airport to Rancho Las Cascadas, a boutique hotel and horse ranch in the… Read more »

A Visit to the National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame in Fort Worth, Texas

Equestrian Travel Articles — June 28, 2012
by Karen Braschayko   Ever since watching Darley Newman’s visit to the National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame on Equitrekking, I’d been raring to see the sparkling saddles and mechanical bronc for myself. So when I knew I’d be near Fort Worth on a business trip, it was the… Read more »

Stable to Table: Recipes from a Lifetime of Travel, Riding and Cooking

Equestrian Travel Articles — April 10, 2012
A new cookbook pairs Dawn Harris Brown’s equestrian culinary adventures with stunning horse photos from her travels. by Karen Braschayko Dawn Harris Brown has ridden and cooked her way across the world. Traveling by horseback through lands as exotic as Mongolia, the Australian outback and Hungary, she gathered recipes along… Read more »

Horseback Weddings! 4 American Marriage Venues

Equestrian Travel Articles — November 28, 2011
Do you consider yourself an avid horse lover? Have you always dreamed of tying the knot with your significant other on horseback? Equitrekking’s Claire Caldwell has scouted out four American wedding destinations where one’s dream of a horseback marriage ceremony can come true…   Seventy-Four Ranch 9205 Highway 53 West… Read more »

A Cowgirl in South Dakota- Equine Career on a Working Ranch

Equestrian Travel Articles — February 24, 2011
A modern cowgirl finds a new life with an equine career at a working ranch in South Dakota by Darley Newman Jenn Zeller, otherwise known online as The South Dakota Cowgirl, was rodeoing, riding and training horses in Texas when she got a job offer to train and start Quarter… Read more »