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Like her namesake, Opal is a desert jewel, a mare who spent most of her life on a remote station before being bought by Globetrotting guides, Jen and Jeremy, who run both the Tassie Tiger Trail and The Grape Horse Adventure. Whether she’s crossing Tasmanian forests or South Australian vineyards, Opal is as beloved by […]

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Lesley and Jenna are a mother-daughter globetrotting force to be reckoned with. Hailing from New Zealand, they have always bonded over a shared love of horses and recently took this passion to the palm-lined beaches of Indonesia on The Sumba Ride. Lesley and Jenna have some truly beautiful stories to share from their lives with […]

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Guests on our Iceland Ride might just be lucky enough to ride Moldi, a sweet gelding who is a favourite among all the staff and guides! We chatted with Gergö and Gracina to find out exactly what makes Moldi such a special horse. Horse’s name:  Moldi – at least now that he’s with us. His […]

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Emma Heath recently travelled to Kenya to experience the Maasai Mara ride for herself, and she could never have imagined the world she discovered there! This truly is the ultimate horse riding safari, and in our opinion (and Emma’s!) the best possible way to experience the Maasai Mara. Read on to hear about Emma’s horse […]

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horse riding holiday Scotland
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Globetrotting is pleased to present The Scottish Borders Ride, a 7 day, 6 night departure designed exclusively for Globetrotters. You won’t find this ride anywhere else in the WORLD. On this itinerary you’ll have the unique privilege to ride in Common Ridings – the oldest horse-riding festival in the world.[…]

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Clare Dingle recently rode on The Grape Horse Adventure in the beautiful Barossa Valley, South Australia. Known for its world class wines, the Barossa is a haven for foodies and wine lovers with spectacular riding trails to boot. Clare enjoyed herself so much she’s hoping to do it all again next year! Read on to […]

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Whether working with gauchos in Argentina, cowboys in America or stockmen in Australia, there’s something about working cattle from the back of a well-trained horse that truly feeds the soul. And getting a taste of life on a working cattle farm is at the top of many globetrotters’ bucket lists! So to help you find […]

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As a mother to three young globetrotters (Finn, 6, Birdie, 4, and the newest arrival, Poppy) I’m literally chomping at the bit to bundle up our wanderlust-filled family and take them on their first horse riding holiday. Our girls haven’t had a choice: from a young age, they’ve been plonked on my reliable and dependable […]

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brumby starting experience
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This Globetrotting story begins in the beating heart of central Australia, where the canyons are stained blood and the air swirls in dreamtime magic. It’s here at King’s Creek Station – think Northern Territory, 4 hours from Alice Springs – that you’ll meet a mob of wild-running desert brumbies. […]

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Horse riding Sahara holiday
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Here we are, a united Globetrotting posse conquering the world’s largest desert – the Sahara! Astride our finely balanced Barb mare, we’ll become spellbound by the colourful culture of Morocco. The highlights are endless, literally endless: starry nights beside a campfire before creeping into our sleeping bag under a pin-pricked night sky.[…]

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