Another episode of our Horse Breeds around the World Series. Today I am talking with Sherry Bedard about a special and rare breed: the North American Curly Horse. This breed is unique as it has a very special coat which is curly in most of the horses. Besides being curly, it is also hypoallergenic soContinue reading “Horse Podcast Ep 157: Curly Horses – The Hypoallergenic Allrounder”
There are around 400 different horse breeds in the world and Alyssa Mathews wants to ride them all! An Equestrian Adventuress from a young age on, she fascinated by different riding styles, breeds and types of horses. Finally, a couple of years ago, she started her quest Discover the Horse and travels through the USAContinue reading “Horse Podcast Ep 154: A Quest to Ride Every Horse Breed in the World”
On today’s episode, Ute talks with Kathleen Schmitt, Equestrian Adventuress of the first hour. After finishing her education including horsemanship training in England and Germany, Kathleen headed off to her personal adventure of a lifetime. She crossed the USA from coast to coast on the back of her Arabian part-bred Murphy accompanied by her dogContinue reading “Horse Podcast Ep 89: The Great Trek – Riding Across the USA”
New Mexico – why it needs to be on your equestrian bucket list! Located in the USA it’s the land of chillies, festivals and culture. We’re going to discuss horseback riding in New Mexico: what to see, top travel tips and of course where you can book your next riding expedition.
Summer is over and autumn is here. Heather’s kids are back at school and Ute is back in India. Today they talk about the riding they did this summer and recollect their most treasured memories. Heather talks about the recent ride through the Rocky Montains she did together with her husband and Ute talks aboutContinue reading “Horse Podcast Ep 40: Summer Dreams about Horses & Riding”
In today’s episode Heather and Ute talk about the Top Ten Horse Riding Holiday Destinations as compiled by the National Geographic Magazine. Each destination has its pros and cons and there are so many different things to consider – budget, terrain, horses or riding experience. A great way to get some travel ideas and doContinue reading “Horse Podcast Ep 28: National Geographic Top Ten Horse Riding Holiday Destinations”
In today’s episode Heather talks with Kari Beerman, a fellow tribe member of the Equestrian Adventuresses community. They discuss how the purchase of her first horse was a life changing experience. Also hear some stories on her travel adventures and her journey to becoming a life long horse lover.
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.
Nancy tells us about her ride-of-a-lifetime along a part of the Continental Divide Trail in Colorado. After having ridden at high altitude the whole summer she was able to convince the trail guides to allow her to use her own horse, a leggy Arabian. This was an unusual sight in between the drafty trail horsesContinue reading “Exploring the Continental Divide Trail in Colorado”
The team of Equestrian Adventuresses travels the world to film a documentary-series about empowered women working with horses in unique travel destinations. It’s no coincidence that they ended up in Greenland for the next stop on the film tour! As Adventuress Krystal would soon learn, the world’s largest island is an off-the-beaten-path destination far fromContinue reading “Greenland, Horse Riding and Icebergs”