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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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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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