Writing Horseback

Jul 23 2014

5 Memorable Pictures Riding Horseback

If you are like me, you take a camera with you on horseback riding vacations. Some of my most memorable pictures riding horseback are what I call “between the ears” photos. I enjoy taking pictures from the horses perspective, without anyone else in the frame – just the horse’s head and the memorable view. In […]

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Jul 16 2014

5 Memorable Meals Riding Horseback

Over the five years that I have been Writing Horseback, the most frequently asked question I receive has got to be “what are your most memorable horseback rides?” This question is typically followed by “what are your worst horseback rides?” Today I’d like to share my five memorable meals on the trail. In celebrating five […]

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Jul 09 2014

5 Memorable Horseback Rides

Five years ago this month I launched Writing Horseback – Your Guide to Equestrian Travel Deals and Lodging Reviews. It’s been said that when you begin a travel blog you should pick a topic that is passionate to you. Like many young girls, I always dreamed of owning a horse. After owning three Quarter Horses […]

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Jul 02 2014

Parade Horses

Happy Independence day America! You can’t have a proper Fourth of July celebration without parade horses and rodeo queens.     Parade horses I remember proudly riding my silver buckskin Quarter Horse, Cricket, in the Fiesta Day Moraga parade in my youth. My parents were not “horse people” yet they supported my passion for horses […]

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Jun 25 2014

American West Art Influences Broadmoor, Colorado

Before the magnificent Broadmoor became a world-class resort in Colorado Springs it was home to the Broadmoor Dairy Farm. Prior to that, the Broadmoor, located at the base of Colorado’s Cheyenne Mountain, was a ranch. Philip Anschutz, the Broadmoor’s third owner in the resort’s 93 year history, is a well known collector of American West […]

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