Writing Horseback

Oct 15 2014

Molokai, Hawaii Mule Ride

Kalaupapa Rare Adventure Mule Ride, Molokai, Hawaii I’d seen the bumper sticker, “Wouldn’t You Rather Be Riding a Mule in Molokai?” I’d yet to ride a mule and I hadn’t been to Molokai. On a recent trip to Molokai, Hawaii, I was able to cross these two items off my “must do” travel list. Whether […]

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Oct 08 2014

Horse Rescue, North Carolina Style

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Daisy Mae came into my life in late fall of 2011. My husband and I were in Southwestern North Carolina working on a log home we were building in Hayesville, near Murphy. The development sits back off Hwy 64 and we would drive up and down this road several times a day. It is truly […]

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Oct 01 2014

Reining: Understanding the Sport

Understanding the Equestrian Sport of Reining About 10 years ago my husband and I were introduced to the sport of Reining. We did not know what reining was and had never even seen a horse perform a pattern. We were immediately hooked and we are still showing today. It’s a lot of fun filled with […]

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Sep 24 2014

What Makes a Good Cutting Horse?

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I have absolutely no business writing a blog post on what makes a good cutting horse. In fact, I have never ridden a cutting horse. In my youth I put a cow in the stall with my Quarter Horse to see if he had any “cow sense” as in would he dominate the cow and […]

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Sep 17 2014

Horseback Riding Washington’s Yakima Valley

One of my favorite things about horseback riding while on vacation is that it allows me to see new and varied landscapes from the back of a horse, covering more ground than I would on foot (and more pleasurably than by car). In Washington’s Yakima Valley, there’s an added benefit: while enjoying the view and […]

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