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Would you like to embark on a horse riding holiday where you can explore various landscapes and have a thrilling riding experience? If so, then we recommend you choose trail riding or point to point trails. They are called point to point trails because you and your horse get to venture from one place to another, without returning to your starting point. It’s an exciting opportunity to master your riding skills and visit more places throughout the same holiday. So, choose point to point trails for your next horse riding adventure and let Mother Nature astound you!
Fear can be a result of many things. It can be a result of something new and exciting or something you haven’t tried yet. Naturally, you are expecting and possibly stressing over the outcome. Or, it can be a result of something you have already done that had scared you in the past.
Do you enjoy horse riding? Have just been on an equestrian getaway and would like to share your story? Or perhaps you have some insider’s tips our readers and the travel community might find useful. Warm up those fingers, start typing and make your voice heard on our On & Beyond The Saddle blog!
Horse riding is one of the most exhilarating sports both in terms of physical and mental recreation. A recent equestrianism study revealed that there are more than 9 million horses in the US alone, while over 7 million people take part in horseback riding every year.
One of the most frequently asked questions from novice riders is “what is the difference between English and Western riding?”, often followed by “which one is easiest?” Depending on where you learned to ride, you may already be comfortable with English or Western style riding without knowing the difference. So we will attempt to explain exactly that!