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Jul 27
The 5 Horse Podcasts You Didn’t Know You Needed

For those of us who can’t get enough of the equestrian world, there’s a world of content waiting in the podcast universe.But with so many horse-related podcasts out there, where do you even start? Don’t worry; we’ve got you covered! Here are the six horse podcasts that you absolutely need in your life, even if […]

Jul 11
Secrets to an Epic Horse Camping Adventure!

Isn’t summer just the perfect excuse to step out of the stable and hit the trails? Imagine this: you and your trusty horse navigating through beautiful terrains, camping under the vast starry sky, waking up to the symphony of nature punctuated by your horse’s gentle whinnies. Exciting, right? Well, hold your horses! Before you saddle […]

Jun 01
Think You’re a True Horse Movie Fan? Not Until You’ve Watched These!

Howdy, horse movie aficionados! If you think you’ve seen them all, saddle up and hold your horses. We’ve rounded up a selection of the most memorable, inspirational, and captivating horse films ever made. Let’s see if you can call yourself a true horse movie fan after this trot through cinema history! 1. The Black Stallion […]

Apr 26
10 Stunning Places to Go Horseback Riding That Will Take Your Breath Away

Horseback riding offers a unique and thrilling way to explore some of the world’s most stunning landscapes. From the rugged mountains of Patagonia to the sweeping plains of the Serengeti, there’s a horseback adventure waiting for you. In this blog post, we’ll share 10 awe-inspiring destinations that should be on every equestrian enthusiast’s bucket list. […]

May 14
Who Would Make A Better Long Rider?

Who would be better suited for a Long Ride on horseback (a continuous journey of a thousand or more miles), a nine-year-old child or a sixty-nine-year-old grandfather? Do you know that five- and nine-year-old boys hold the record for riding horseback across the United States, ocean to ocean? Bud and Temple Abernathy rode across the […]

Feb 23
Garry Stauber’s Dream Adventure, Part 2.

Ahhhhh! The comfort of real pillows and my real bed! Yes, I have finally completed my dream adventure, riding 1350 miles, the length of California. Along the way and since returning home, I have been asked hundreds of questions such as, “What was it like? What did you learn? Was it harder than you thought […]

Jan 19
Snakes Alive!

Anyone who spends time in outdoors should know how to identify poisonous snakes and how to stay away from them. In the United States, four poisonous snakes can be found — rattlesnakes, water moccasins or cottonmouths, copperheads and coral snakes. The first three have fangs and are referred to as pit vipers. The coral snake […]

Dec 04
Garry Stauber’s Dream Adventure, Part 1.

Have you ever thought you would like to just pack up your horse…. and travel for months on end? That was the opening line to a program describing Brenda Braidwaith and her adventures on horseback. Would that question be all it took to make me leave my upper management job in a computer company, and […]

Aug 14
The Essentials of Backcountry Horseback Riding

When Mary Radford set out from her home in Angels Camp, California last June for a day in the Sierras with her son, Peter, and their two horses, she envisioned a bucolic eight hours of riding. At that time, the mountains were still tipped with toupees of snow, and the meadows were tall with early […]

Dec 13
On The Beach

Before loading up and heading out to the ocean for a beach ride. one should always CONTACT the jurisdiction that the area belongs to, Some areas are closed at certain times of the week to horsemen and for others, parking is tight on weekends but easily accessible on weekdays. All such information on parking, trails, […]