At Arabian Horse Travel my goal is to be the ultimate guide to various popular horse show city destinations frequented by the active Arabian horse showing community and by their friends and family within the United States and Canada. For some joie de vivre I plan to learn about places that are not as close to home and share what discover with you. #thinkBeijing.
In 2019, I’ll be sharing info on the latest obsessions and behind the scene glimpses at the big shows. You can look forward to posts about:
- Product Reviews
- Seasonal collections
- Rider’s fashion
- Educational posts
- Equine author discoveries, interviews and book reviews
Anything related to horses, really.
Click the PDF to read an article I wrote in 2018 for Arabian Horse Life magazine's issue 6, about vacationing on dude ranches, in US or Canadian National Parks, and international horseback riding vacations.
Cochise County Arizona Trail Rides, Hikes and Towns I live in Arizona in its most southeastern county of Cochise. This county is home to many famous locations: Tombstone of OK Corral gunfight fame; Bisbee with its mining history and ghost tour delights; Fort Huachuca, a major military installation in Arizona with its rich Buffalo Soldiers…
The Sunny 2020 Scottsdale Arabian Horse Show Finally! Mother Nature smiled on the WestWorld showgrounds, home to the Scottsdale Arabian Horse Show! Gone are the memories of sleet and vendor umbrellas sailing across the rained-soaked Wendell Arena like unmoored tumbleweed. As this week’s sun rose, bringing with it 70s and mild southerly breezes, off went…
Art of the Cowgirl 2020 Celebrate the Influence of Western Women from Easel to Arena at Art of the Cowgirl A cowgirl is more than the boots, hats, saddles, and spurs she wears; it’s a spirit, mindset, and lifestyle that resonates within women of all walks of life and nationalities. Tammy Pate, a lifelong horsewoman,…
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