On todays episode Heather shares with us the planning process she took in getting ready for her first international riding holiday. She share some advice on what to look for and how it is important to be honest with what you riding level is before you get your self in over your head. Please continue to submit your question and topic ideas for future shows.
How inviting herself to join some girlfriends turned into a trip of a lifetime
Listen to how a conversation with a friend turned into a trip Heather won’t soon forget. Hear how she invited her self to join some girlfriends on a riding holiday in Spain. Heather shares the planning process, the importance of being prepared and some funny side stories. I’m sure that Heather coined the term “Hot mess” after going for a gallop with her lunch in a salad bag.
Our Guests today:
Heather Calvert (Saskatchewan, Canada)
Don’t forget to check out the resources section in this article!
- Deciding on a tour outfitter and tour
- Pre planning emails, schedules, flights and outfits
- Being honest about your riding level
- Why Riding fitness is important
Thank you for tuning in and happy trails!
There are 3 guide books so far: one about horse travel in the United States of America, another about horse travel worldwide and last but not least one about volunteering and working with horses abroad.
All books are loaded with information to help you choose and prepare for your dream equestrian vacation. There are destination guides, travel tips and addresses and descriptions of selected outfitters and stables abroad.
If you prefer a paperback copy which you can carry around with you while sitting in the garden or laying on the beach, you can buy those from amazon.
This is a super valuable travel resource to help you have your personal equestrian adventure abroad.
Book Horse riding tours: http://bit.ly/horse-tours