Category Archive for 'Spain'

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Train with Ignacio Rambla, an Olympic silver medalist and also the technical director in the Royal Andalusian School of Equestrian Art, in Jerez de la Frontera, Spain. This incredible opportunity includes: Intensive Classical Dressage lessons Ride Andalusian horses from The Royal Andalusian School of Equestrian Art Lessons/Demonstrations in the morning and afternoon Training by Ignacio Rambla […]

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Spain

Ride highly trained horses in dressage and cross country as well as through the Castillian countryside. Ideal for those that are looking for an intense week of training to improve their skills as for those looking for great trail riding. Located in Pedraza de la Sierra, an hour outside of Madrid. Hone your skills at dressage, […]

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In the heart of Andalusia, you will discover the spectacular Sierra Nevada landscapes. Near Guadix, you ride through canyons that open up to vast desert plains that then trail off into verdant forests and meadows in the mountains. Discover quaint white villages with architectural contrasts between Spanish and Arabian styles as this area was one of […]

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Spain’s Sierra of Gredos Ride

Riding in the Gredos Mountains combines the altitude of the mountains and the alpine valleys (around 4,950 ft.) and swimming in the refreshing and gurgling rivers and in the mountain gorges. This is an ideal riding week with full days of riding, diverse landscapes with mountain views and pristine mountain rivers. It is a perfect riding […]

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Spain’s Sevilla Ride

With the discovery of America in 1492, Seville became the arrival and departure point for every expedition to the newly discovered continent.  Amassing great wealth, palaces were built, new industries were created  –  all financed by American gold. Riding on the pilgrimage roads to El Rocío, named the International village of the horse, and by […]

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Spain’s Segovia Ride – History at a Canter

Ride and explore the villages and culture of the Castillian countryside, the largest area of Spain. Ideal for those looking for an active and fun ride. Made prominent by the wool trade and the New World, this area can claim many great artistic and architectural treasures that are still prominent today. Set in the countryside […]

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A spectacular ride on the coast with steep cliffs, hidden coves and lovely beaches – every day this trail leads you through rugged and legendary Costa Brava. The gilded age of piracy along the Costa Brava was between the 14th and 17th centuries. One of the most notorious pirates was Barbarossa Khair ad Din (red […]

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Follow in the paths the herdsmen created hundreds of years ago and still use today –  the so called “Camino Real”.  Winding through the north eastern part of Catalonia, in summer these paths make their way up towards the Pyrenees, where the herds graze after wintering in the mild coastal areas. The round, polished, soft, high […]

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Our “Trail of Bandits” is based on the biography of the famous “bandolero” Joan Sala Serrallonga, the Catalonian Robin Hood who wandered around the mountains of Guilleries and Garrotxa during the 17th century. The vast pathless area of woodland offered good hiding places to outlaws. Canyons, table mountains and volcanoes rise up in this wild […]

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