horse riding holiday the kimberleys
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I won’t lie when I say I’m SUPER excited about showing you this short but sweet, dramatic, moving video of our flagship departure – The Kimberley Ride in remote Western Australia. In collaboration with the uber-talented producer and director Benn Jae, alongside my husband, Steven and I – we flew up to Kununurra and onto El Questro […]

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The progeny of Acres Destiny, a sire who has had a tremendous influence on the campdraft industry, Destiny is a fantastic little horse found on our Goomboorian Campdraft Ride on the Sunshine Coast. He’s athletic and agile and lets rip chasing a beast, but is also happy to switch off and coast along on a […]

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Andrew McCarthy has cut his teeth running a cattle station in remote WA and it’s this experience, along with his time spent guiding in the Victorian High Country as well as on the sunny beaches of Queensland, that makes him the perfect fit to guide our Goomboorian Campdraft Ride on the Sunshine Coast. He loves […]

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So globetrotter Louise Hunt has taught me a new word – ‘freedult’. Have you heard that word before globetrotters? Apparently it’s that time in your life when all your children have grown up, flown the coup and are now forging their own paths, and you suddenly find yourself free to do some of the things […]

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Hey globetrotters, you’re in for a real treat, get ready to be inspired! Globetrotter Jade Wills is one clever and talented lady. She joined us on a 19-day Mongolian horse trek this year and has written the following poem of her time spent in this incredible country with a wonderful group of globetrotters. Have a […]

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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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