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Professional Travel Writer Nancy D. Brown has had a lifelong passion for horses. With this site she combines her love of travel with her expertise in finding the best equestrian travel deals and bringing you honest lodging reviews. Follow me and check out my blog. Come find me on Google+.

Horseback Riding in Maryland on Assateague Island

2020-03-06T08:08:59-07:00United States|

  Few horseback rides are as memorable as those along the shores of the ocean's crashing waves. Assateague Island National Seashore, home of the “wild” ponies, fits this experience exactly. Horseback riding on Maryland’s Atlantic coast, just south of the resort town of Ocean City, Assateague offers an almost endless, wide sandy beach that invites [...]

Horseback Riding Colorado: High Lonesome Ranch

2020-05-26T16:02:23-07:00Colorado, Reviews|

  High Lonesome Ranch wranglers gather round the campfire after a horseback riding vacation in De Beque, Colorado With phrases such as "we're going to jingle" and "out to pasture," we're not talking about coins in your pockets or retirement days. Jingle means rounding up horses and "out to pasture" is where the [...]

Landeszeughaus, World’s Largest Armory Museum

2019-06-04T22:36:37-07:00Austria, Europe|

While I wouldn't call myself a Game of Thrones fangirl, who doesn't love a knight in shining armor? Inside Landeszeughaus, the world's largest armory museum, you'll find 32,000 pieces of weaponry. Racks of suits of armor, staff weapons, cannons and swords line the walls of Landeszeughaus in Graz, Austria. You don't have to be a [...]

Iceland by Horse is More than Bucket List Fun — It will make you a better rider!

2019-05-13T16:52:28-07:00Equestrian Lodging, Equestrian Travel Deals, Horse Ranches & Equestrian Centers, Iceland|

Iceland by Horse With glacier-cut fjords, hot rivers, northern lights, and more than 100 volcanoes (dormant and active), it’s no wonder that Iceland is a favorite among adventurous travelers. But for equestrians, there’s an additional, perhaps more powerful draw: the island nation’s roughly 80,000 horses, all descended from Viking steeds and evolved over more than [...]