Travel

Artistic Allentown—Allentown, NJ

The little town of Allentown may not be recognized by the average person, but for us horse people, we will surely recognize the name. Home to many large events, including the Jersey Fresh International Three-Day Event, The Horse Park of New Jersey is a big event location for those on the eastern side of the country. Jersey Fresh International is…

The Greenest Pastures in Ireland

Ireland, the land of rolling greens, historic castles, freckles, and dark beer is a dreamy holiday destination. The country has diverse options for cities. You have Dublin, Galway, Cork, Derry-Londonderry, and Belfast, for starters. Each city gives a sense of history, but has a backyard for those who want open spaces and the shore. Towns like Kilkenny and Antrim give…

Kicking it with Kangaroos in Australia

G’day mates! This month we are taking a look at the great Outback! From the water to the desert, Australians live life to the fullest, and on the edge. Be ready for an adventure when you make it to Australia! Australia has quite a bit of land to it. However, there are thrills in each of the six sections; Western…

Horses and History in Leesburg, VA

The state of Virginia holds a lot of history and its little town of Leesburg is no different. Located just 33 miles northwest of Washington, D.C., Leesburg is significant for its soil once was the battlegrounds of the Civil War. Many who visit the town enjoy having a tour of Ball’s Bluff Battlefield and Cemetery on Route 15. The park…

Spruced Up—Calgary, Canada

The city of Calgary, a providence of Alberta, right near the Canadian Rockies, is one of the largest metropolitan cities in Canada. Exploring the city may seem overwhelming at times, however there are many hidden and not so hidden gems that cannot be missed. Though the skyscrapers may give off a business-oriented feel, there are many multicultural districts in Calgary….

Wash Ashore on Martha’s Vineyard

Summertime on Martha’s Vineyard is the season of washashores, or seasonal visitors to the island as local residents call them, arriving to take over this small, 20-mile-long block of land off of the coast of Massachusetts. From June to September, the Vineyard becomes bustling with tourists and vacationers returning to their summer homes to soak up the sun and escape the mainland.

Ribeyes, Reubens, and Riding—Omaha, NE

Known as the “Gateway to the West,” Omaha, NE, offers more than just steak and insurance. A major metropolis set within the Cornhusker State, this year marks the first time in history that it will be home to the Longines FEI World Cup Jumping & FEI World Cup Dressage Finals.