On todays episode Ute and Heather introduce a new series to the show called Where to Next? This will be a regular segment where they talk about great places to go horse back riding. On todays episode they are discussing Virginia in the USA and the Camargue area in the south of France. Please continue to submit your questions and topic ideas for future shows.
Where to next?
We are starting a new segment that we are calling “Where to next, A destination Series.” On today’s episode we are discussing Virginia in the USA and the Camargue in Southern France. Listen to stories of the birth place of the famous race horse Secretariat and where he is laid to rest. We learn about Wild Ponies in the Appalachia Mountains and Assateague island. Heather shares a variety of trails to either bring your own horse or book a rental and hots the trails. Ute shares with some great riding adventures in the Camargue region of Southern France. Tips on what to look for when renting a horse or picking a trail to go on. So many great options from both of these areas.
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Ute from India and Heather from Canada
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- Bridle trails and riding lessons in Virginia
- Wild Ponies of the Appalcahia Mountains
- Riding Horses along the Mediterranean Sea
- Canter Through the wetlands in southern France
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- Horse Racing, Dressage, Polo and Trail Riding Virginia has it all
- Horse Riding in The Camargue region of Southern France is not to be missed
- Wild Ponies of Virginia are not to be missed