EQA Podcast Ep 22 Photographing Horses in Turkmenistan

Equestrian Adventuresses Horse and Travel Podcast - For Women who love Horses, Travel and Adventure

In today’s episode Ute talks with Yvonne Koall, an equine photographer, videographer and travel blogger from Germany. Yvonne has dared to quit her job and become a freelance photographer, doing what she loves. So find out more about the challenges this decision has brought with it and about its rewards. Yvonne also talks about her project “Of Horses and Humans”. This project took her to different countries all around the world to meet and photograph people with their horses. 

Photographing Horses in Turkmenistan

Interview with a Travelling Equine Photographer

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Our Guest today:

Yvonne Koall (Germany)

Where you can find Yvonne and follow her adventures:

Website: yvonnekoall.de

Instagram: yvonnekoall and yvisway

Don’t forget to check out the resources section in this article!


  • How Yvonne quit her job and became a freelance photographer
  • Yvonne’s favourite shootings such as putting a Shetland pony in front of Cologne Cathedral
  • Funny, sad and interesting stories experienced while travelling to different countries
  • additionally find out about her project “Of Horse and Humans”

Thank you for tuning in and happy trails!

Special Announcement

Today’s episode is sponsored by Ampascachi horse riding holidays.

Ampascachi horse riding holidays is a family business dedicated to breeding of Peruvian Paso horses and horseback riding adventures in Argentina. Their logistics team takes cafe of and provides all the details of the equestrian program to provide the rider with the greatest comfort. Another big advantage of traveling with Ampascachi horse riding holidays is that they breed their own Peruvian Paso horses. Because of this they know their horses front to back and they love them. Guaranteeing the riders a full knowledge of the horses which they are going to enjoy their journey with.

The great thing about riding horses in Argentina with Ampascachi horse riding holidays is that you can actually visit all year round. You’re gonna be riding through mountains, forests, meadows, deserts, rivers as well as lakes and you’re gonna be spending about 5 hours or more every day in the saddle. They cater to beginners, experienced and intermediate riders and can also cater to non-rider spouses or family members, so that way if you’re spouse doesn’t ride, you can actually go and enjoy your horse riding adventure and your spouse can go sightseeing and do other things, which is pretty great.

You’re gonna be riding on Peruvian Paso horses, which is a gated breed. So it is going to be a very smooth and comfortable ride and of course you are going to see a lot gauchos and traditional style riding. The best way to find Ampascachi horse riding holidays is to go to their website!


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Published by Krys Kolumbus Travel

Krystal Kelly is a California girl on a Quest to see every country. She is a professional equestrian adventuress and has worked internationally with horses since 2010. Since then she has worked at professional competition and riding stables in Egypt, Italy, Romania, India and Bhutan! "I love travelling and I love horses and I am very blessed to be able to do both of my passions for a living!" She now has her own company, Krys Kolumbus Travel where she strives to empower women to travel and provides resources, tips and online courses to encourage women to travel SOLO to unique destinations. www.kryskolumbustravel.com www.krystal-kelly.com

2 thoughts on “EQA Podcast Ep 22 Photographing Horses in Turkmenistan

  1. What you are doing is so positive and supportive. Capturing the artistic beauty of horses in diverse cultures…is just “eye candy “ pleasing. Keep up the great work, you are going places…Lol.

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