On today’s episode, Ute talks with Hera Mirza, an Indian horse woman who competes in Tent Pegging, an equestrian sports which originated on the Indian subcontinent and is one of the ten internationally recognised sports by the FEI. Tent pegging is a fast and exiting Cavalry sports in which the rider has to pick upContinue reading “Horse Podcast Ep 85: Warrior Girl – An Indian Woman Competing in the Cavalry Sports of Tent Pegging”
We managed to track down a true equestrian adventuress. Caroline Moorey, from the UK, speaks to us about what it’s like to ride horses in India. Learn about the incredible charity that helps bring snaffle bits to the horses in need. And find out how you can travel on a horse riding holiday in India.Continue reading “Leopards, Camels and the Marwari Horse: Riding in India with Horse India”
Today we’re going to be talking about why India needs to be on your bucket list of places to ride horses, if it’s not already. India is the land of Marwari horses, palaces and fortresses. We’re going to talk about the best horse riding in India, top travel tips, places to see and of courseContinue reading “How To Ride Horses In India”
In today’s episode Ute talks with Semra Yücel, a German woman living in Gujerat/India, being married to an Indian police officer. Horses have always been her passion, but she finally learned horse riding in India on an Indian police horse and now has purchased her first own horse. Semra tells us more about Indian policeContinue reading “Horse Podcast Ep 27: Riding Police Horses in India – A German Woman living & riding in Gujerat”
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 herContinue reading “EQA Podcast Ep 22 Photographing Horses in Turkmenistan”
In today’s episode Heather and Ute are getting to know each other. They discuss Heather’s recent road trip to British Columbia, the view from Ute’s kitchen window, how you cannot learn horse riding from books and how the feel for horses is the most important ingredient in becoming a good rider.
In today’s episode I talk with Heather from Canada and Ute, a German living in India. Both Equestrian Adventuresses living on different sides of the planet, share with us their experiences traveling and living in a foreign country. Heather tells us more about the Calgary Stampede, an event which she has participated in and UteContinue reading “EQA Podcast Ep 19 The Calgary Stampede & Horses in India”
Akruti Choksi is not only India’s first formally trained horse dentist, but she also happens to be a woman in the country’s very male-dominated world of horses. Instead of settling abroad, she chose to stay and help educate the local community about the importance of equine dentistry. Having worked as a horse dentist in IndiaContinue reading “Meet the First Formally Trained Horse Dentist in India”
Adventuress and professional equine photographer, Miriam started an equestrian photo safari in India and finally combines photography, horses and travel!
In 2015 Charlotte had an idea: What about riding a Marwari horse for 500km bareback across Rajasthan? It could either result in the worst chafing ever or…