The Los Angeles area is filled with picturesque scenery once you escape the vast sprawl of the city. A great way to enjoy some of the openess is to saddle up on a horse and hit the trail.
When it comes to giving gifts for Father’s Day, everyone can give a t-shirt or a tie, but how about giving dad something he won’t soon forget?
LA has activities for every visitor. Although it seems like a sprawling metropolis, it’s easy to find an equestrian area that accommodates horses right within the city. Surprisingly, even in residential areas of LA, there are horses that can be ridden in Griffith Park or on the beaches of Malibu. It’s a special experience that can be a thrilling memory to take home from your California vacation.
Get away from it all by venturing out on one of the best horseback riding vacations in America.
Easy and fun ways to discover new parts of LA.
Emergency personnel responded to a call after an injured horse was reported sliding down an embankment, after the rider was evidently able to make it to safety.
More young equestriennes are getting an early start to their competitive careers on horseback, as the age of the next generation of riders continues to get younger.
In a sport that is quickly gaining scholastic popularity, a local junior high competitor showed that underdogs still triumph on the field, on the court — and now, in the equestrian arena.
With summer around the corner, why not indulge in some horseback riding fun? Orange County offers a ton of great spots to ride and here are five of the best.
Traveling together with more than one family can create chaos – choose a place like The Grand Del Mar to relax, simplify, and satisfy everyone.
Don’t let poor service or improper horse care put a damper on your tour of the city or backcountry horseback riding experience. Choose from any of these five local venues for excellent views, reasonable prices and experienced, friendly staff.