Tag Archive 'Horse'

Pack your bags and head to Vancouver for the start of our 7-night riding vacation in British Columbia.  You will be staying at the comfortable and well appointed Tsylos Park Lodge, where daily rides explore the surrounding Chilko wilderness. Take a week to disconnect from your phone and laptop, enjoy fun and gorgeous daily riding […]

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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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When I was a kid (and even a young adult) you could go meet your out of town relatives and friends at the airport upon arrival – at the gate (gasp!).  Some of you (of a certain age) will recall how easy this was – you just walked into the airport and moseyed on down […]

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What do you do when life gets in the way of your riding?  Sometimes it’s work, sometimes it’s illness, sometimes it’s family, sometimes it’s weather, sometimes it’s _______________ (fill in the blank).   And no matter what it is, it’s frustrating. I go through periods where I feel my riding is in “fits and spurts”.  I’ll […]

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gleneagles-jumping

Many of our clients are folks that are coming back to riding after a few years (or decades) off to raise families, establish their careers or due to injury and taking the time to heal properly.  As such, they often have some trepidation about signing up – the spirit is willing, but the small voice […]

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Old woman young woman

A picture is worth a thousand words, right?  Just like this one: I know, it’s not new to you all and I admit, when I first saw it, it was a lovely young woman looking off over her right shoulder, with a marvelous feathered hat – and I needed help to see the old woman […]

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Golf CCD

December 19? Really? I cannot figure out where this year has gone, it has completely slipped away with many great trips, a lot of laughs and a few tears. How did that happen?? First, I want to thank all of you – each one. To those that traveled this year, thank you for placing your trust in us to provide […]

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Australia’s Beach and Bush Ride

Gallop down expansive sandy beaches, frolic in the surf, ride with a talented horseman (and yes folks – Alex and Guy MacLean are longtime friends! Ask Stacey to send you a copy of the video she took of Guy performing in Noosa in 2007), try cattle mustering, and to see a country that is every bit […]

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Massachusetts’s Classical Dressage Training in New England

Come for a day or stay for a week – Vitor Silva’s riding program at Sons of the Wind Farm in MA is a rare find indeed. It’s nearly impossible to get upper level training on highly schooled horses here in the USA – we challenge you to find it! So we were thrilled to […]

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Italy’s Roman Countryside Ride

Amid rolling hills and fertile countryside just 30 minutes by train from Rome, this ride is a perfect combination of trail riding with the chance to hone your skills too. Nestled between the lakes of Bracciano and Martingano, the Country Relais I Due Laghi has hosted guests of most discriminating palates in their well appointed […]

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