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I couldn’t wipe the smile off my face when I was reading through Kim Jenkins’ wonderful feedback form about her DEBUT globetrotting adventure on our Bush & Beach Ride based on Australia’s Sunshine Coast, and just had to share it with you. She was rapt with Maisie, her equine pal for the week (and one […]

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Our latest globetrotter to be profiled in our ‘Meet a Globetrotter’ series is the wonderful Jane Pink, who recently returned from The Kimberley Ride. She’s also been lucky enough to ride in the Victorian High Country and can’t wait to continue crossing off more globetrotting adventures as she makes her way down her bucket list. […]

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Here are Globetrotting HQ we love a bit of a play on words, so when our super duper video editor brought to our attention that there is such a thing as Palomino Pinot Grigio, we decided to investigate. And what we found had us not only licking our lips, but bent over in stitches laughing. […]

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So we’ve been on the lookout for some good quality saddlecloths for a while now, ones that we’ll get many a globetrotting mile out of, and I’m pleased to say, I think we’ve found them. We’ve just received our package of fitted slimline pure wool saddle pads from Angus Barrett Saddlery and dare I say […]

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Described as “America’s version of the steeplechase” in a US 60 Minutes feature, timber racing is a distinctly blue-blooded pursuit. The sport originated in Ireland 250 years ago when horsemen raced through the countryside jumping hedges along the way. Sound like a steeplechase? You bet. But there’s one significant twist. Instead of navigating over large […]

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Sometimes when you read what someone has written you think to yourself, “Yes, that’s exactly how it is, I couldn’t have put it better myself.” Well, I got that feeling when reading Anne’s responses to our ‘Meet a Globetrotter’ questionnaire so I’m just going to go right ahead and let her do the talking. Her […]

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A hit with the ladies and an outstanding ambassador for the Mustang breed (he got his start in Colorado’s Extreme Mustang Makeover), Blacky is a charming little fellow found on our horse riding holiday in Shell, Wyoming. He might be small (13.5hh) but he’s always one of the most requested horses with guests often trying […]

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For those of us who are lucky enough to ride or work with horses, I think we can all agree they are beautiful and intelligent animals. But I think we often forget just how truly special they can be. I believe it was Winston Churchill who once claimed, “There is something about the outside of […]

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Culture? Tick. Freedom? Tick. Adventure? Tick. Adrenaline? Tick. It seems ‘the bigger the better’ is the philosophy when it comes to choosing a horse riding holiday for globetrotter Desiree Charlesworth. Des is one of our most loyal globetrotters and as with many, once she got started she couldn’t stop. Addicted to the world of horse […]

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This is a brilliant guest blog post from globetrotter Stacey West, who joined us on a horse riding holiday to Mongolia in 2016 and put these wonderful words to paper about her experiences. Don’t miss reading Stacey’s diary of her time in Mongolia (part one and part two) as well. But for now, let’s get whisked away […]

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