12 02, 2016

Destination: Gateway Canyons, Gateway, Colorado

2018-03-20T16:22:16+00:00By |Travel|

Expectations Exceeded As a lover of travel and horses, when I was invited to Gateway Canyons in western Colorado, I eagerly accepted. John Hendricks, founder of the Discovery Channel, has built a visionary luxury resort at the center of five canyons. Providing a breathtaking backdrop [...]

30 08, 2015

Destination Ireland: Mount Juliet

2018-03-20T16:02:51+00:00By |Culture, Travel|

Written by Dorte Tuladhar Introducing Dorte Dorte Tuladhar is a dedicated equestrian lifestyle photographer based in Copenhagen, Denmark. Her work has appeared in many international brands, as well as in equestrian lifestyle magazines. “I’m really fascinated with the whole lifestyle around horses – fascinated in [...]

9 07, 2015

The Styled Equestrian in Paris

2018-03-20T16:02:51+00:00By |Style, Travel|

Written by Jennifer Sims What do you have when you mix an equestrian event as prestigious as the Longines Global Champions Tour of Paris, on the same grounds as the incredible Eiffel Tower? A fashion extravaganza! Parlanti, Alberto Fasciani, Dada Sport, Licarzo and Alexandra Ledermann [...]

15 06, 2015

Destination Mongolia: Genghis Kahn Lives On

2018-03-20T16:03:50+00:00By |Culture, Travel|

Written by Peter HeidmannPhotos by Peter Heidmann, Shannon Moreaux, Cliff Montagne, and Wiltsie New From the moment you arrive in Ulaanbaatar’s Chinggis Khaan (Genghis Khan) International Airport, you’ll be struck by contrasts. Signs throughout the airport, and indeed throughout the entire country, are often written [...]

10 09, 2014

WEG In Review: The Silver Lining

2014-09-10T14:22:17+00:00By |Travel|

Anne-Marie Deschamps, they should have given you the job. From the very first moment I met this heroine of a Frenchwoman, it was clear what a force she was. She strode out of her garden gate, indignantly arguing with the taxi driver who was trying [...]

4 09, 2014

When at WEG: The Highs and The Lows

2014-09-04T07:54:24+00:00By |Showing, Travel|

In the French village of Maizet, they love Americans. It sits less than 50 kilometers from the beaches of Normandy, and memories of Americans saving the French people to end the second World War are still fresh. The tiny village outside Caen, which was spared from [...]

25 08, 2014

The Top Ten Things I Learned in Iceland

2014-08-25T14:27:34+00:00By |Travel|

A single morning of riding in Iceland provided enough scenic views and exciting moments to fill not only a magazine article, but an entire book. How do you sum up the trip of a lifetime? While I try to figure that out, let’s start with [...]