Writing Horseback

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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Sep 10 2014

Horseback Riding on the Beach

  I’ve talked about the lack of beach riding access for equestrians previously on Writing Horseback. Not only are horse owners and ranch riders finding it more difficult to go horseback riding at public stables, the idea of riding horses on the beach is typically left to countries outside of the United States. Instead, our […]

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Sep 03 2014

5 Photos Riding Horseback

More “between the ears” photos while riding horseback during my travels around the world. I’m often quoted saying “nothing is better than seeing the world from the back of a horse.” For over five years I’ve been traveling the globe while riding horseback, combining my passion for travel with my love of horses. Below are […]

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Aug 27 2014

Columbia Gorge Horseback Riding

“Are you ready to go faster?” Mike Park turns to me with a grin. I give the thumbs up sign and then, faster than a jack rabbit being chased by a bobcat, we are off in a flash, galloping across the tree-lined trails of Washington State. What’s unique about this Columbia Gorge horseback riding vacation […]

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