When Gill was diagnosed with an incapacitating illness, she went on an adventure to see the Reindeer Herders in Mongolia. What she found was…
EQA interviewed several adventuresses who competed in the “World’s Longest and Toughest Horse Race,” the Mongol Derby. They reveal their biggest mistakes and most successful strategies in this grueling race, which takes place over 1,000 kilometers of Mongolian steppes and re-enacts the Genghis Khan messenger “pony express.” You ride semi-wild Mongolian horses and swap horsesContinue reading “Mongol Derby Interview with Previous Competitors”
Having the right equipment on your Mongol Derby packing list can either make or break you. In fact, I made crucial errors that nearly cost me my finish…
Equestrian Adventuress Ksenia started a new life on a paradise beach and left her beloved pony behind. Now she wonders: Are there horses in Vietnam?
Amber’s first horseback trail riding tour abroad led to a country she hadn’t heard of before, Bhutan. Her dressage background didn’t help much in the Himalayas.
When Charlotte moved to India and rescued a Marwari horse. She then introduced bitless riding at competitions and educate people about horse welfare in India.
Julie shares her experience learning to ride in Mongolia at the age of 50, being the VP of a Charity helping Mongolian kids and the Gobi Gallop.
Life is not a beach for the ponies of the Gili Islands.
A horse riding adventure in Bhutan on sturdy mountain ponies. Krystal helped start the only horse riding program in Bhutan and now revisits with a group.