Articles Tagged 'Photographing Wild Horses'

Equestrian Travel Articles

The White Horses of Camargue

Head to France to observe the beautiful white horses of Camargue in their habitat, or ride a domesticated one through the area’s stunning wetlands! by Jocelyn Pierce People flock to the Mediterranean coast of France to see the herds of wild white horses of Camargue. Dramatically beautiful an...

Photographing Wild Konik Horses in the Netherlands

Wild horse photographer PJ Kaszas shares her experience photographing wild Konik horses in the Netherlands.  by PJ Kaszas It's not every trip that you get to stay in a tower like a princess--but if you happen to find yourself in Lelystad, Netherlands, you can. You can then wander arou...

Equitrekking’s Most Popular Articles of 2017

As we prepare to say goodbye to 2017, Equitrekking.com takes a look back at the most popular articles of the year, as determined by your clicks.  What a busy year! What better way to bid farewell to 2017 than to look back on our most popular posts of 2017. From exploring the Superstition Wi...

Expert Equestrian Articles

5 Great Equestrian Instagram Accounts to Follow

Looking for a little equestrian inspiration to liven up your feed? Look no further than these five Instagram accounts that post creative and beautiful photos of horses. 1. @irishnationalstud Irish National Stud The Irish National Stud, located in County Kildare in Ireland is a working bree...

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Meet Your Host - New Mexico Horse Adventures

Meet Steve Simmons, a New Mexico horsemen, magazine publisher, photographer and your host for New Mexico Horse Adventures.  New Mexico Horse Adventures invites travelers to ride horses in historic and remote New Mexico locations, taking in wild horses, sandy mesas and stunning red and ...

Equestrian Travel Articles

Photographing the Free Roaming Horse

Learn about the challenges and rewards of photographing wild horses  by Steve Simmons For years I admired and revered many of the wild horse photos I’d seen in books, magazines, and art galleries. Stallions locked in combat. Herds running at full gallop across the landscape. You a...