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Horse Trail Rides
Horse Trail Riding
The Mourne Trail Riding Centre, Tom and Maggie Newsam would like to provide their customers with a complete overview of their facilities and services.
As a "family run business" we pride ourselves in care and attention to detail. We only cater for people who can ride so that we may offer our customers the experience and enjoyment of interesting riding on quality Irish Hunters.
Set in the beautiful surroundings of the Mountains of Mourne, the Mourne Trail Riding Centre offers value and services second to none. Don't just take our word for it - call today and find out for yourself :- Tel +44 (0) 28 4372 4351
Our horses are Irish Hunters. They range in size from 15 hh to 17 hh.
Customers from 16 stone downwards are catered for.
Our horses require riders with a reasonable amount of experience.
JD Trail Riding
David and Jo Harrington are a couple of computer geeks from Texas that have taken up camping and trail riding in the last 6 years. My love has always been horses and David's is computer technology and John Deere tractors. We got into this business because we both love being in the outdoors and it brings us closer to all the things we enjoy, including visiting old friends and making new ones.
We have 4 daughters, 2 grandchildren, 5 dogs, 4 cats, 1 Quaker parrot, 2 horses, and my mom, as you will get to know her as "Mrs. Ellie". She retired several years ago and now shares all the responsiblity of this brood we have. She keeps us all straight.
We hope you will come to visit with us and enjoy your stay here at J-D Trail Riding Camp as much as we will love living here.
We provide well marked trails through the woods, across and along creeks, up mountain sides and old logging roads to some of the most beautiful views of the Kiamichi Mountains by horse back or hiking.
Sundunes & Broncs - Come Ride With Us In Sunny Alberta
If you're looking for a place where the air is sweeter and the folks are friendlier - you've found it!
Trail Riding - For all ages and experience levels.
Professional Riding Lessons - For those with limited experience.
Wagon Rides - For those who prefer not to ride horses.
Overnight Camping - Camp out under the stars.
Arena Facilities - For bronc riding, Team roping, etc.
Professional Horse Training - Jack Knows Horses!
Jack Walters, the owner and operator of Sandunes & Broncs. He is the eldest son of 10 children. Raised on the family ranch, he was riding and training ponies by age 4. Jack is an accomplished horseman, saddle bronc rider and horse trainer. Jack's love of family and the western way of life are the main motivators behind Sandunes & Broncs.
His wife Beatrice, the cook and the "real boss".
Sons Joe and Ben - Real Cowboys - They provide the comedy and round up the strays.
Trail Rides on Beautiful Horses
Are you looking for a fun way to spend the day or celebrate a special occasion? Western Trail Riding Services has guided tours and trail rides on beautiful horses in the outdoors. You'll love the fresh air and wide-open spaces that will refresh and revive you as you go horseback riding in our East Bay Regional Park District. Whether you're looking for an alternative to the daily activities or you're planning a birthday party, contact us in Sunol, California for the ride of your life.
Western Trail Riding Services is locally owned and operated. We are proud to have served our community for more than 15 years. You'll appreciate our very personal service as we provide guided tours and trail rides in the outdoors. Beautiful horses are available to you for all your group rides, birthday party rides, and corporate event rides with a reservation. Gift certificates are also available for private trail rides as a unique present for any friend or family member. Contact us today in Sunol, California, and experience the enjoyment of horseback riding in the beautiful outdoors.
Western Trail Riding Services, Sunol-Ohlone Regional Park, Geary Road, Sunol, CA 94586
When you're in the outdoors enjoying the fresh air and horseback riding you'll appreciate that Western Trail Riding Services has the concession for the East Bay Regional Park District. Enjoy riding our beautiful horses on the trails and don't forget to pack a picnic basket and stay and enjoy the park. Contact us in Sunol, California, for your horseback riding adventure.
Trail Rides & Guided Tours
This mini-horseback riding experience provides a beginner with a ride around the Valley floor. Please note: parents may be required to walk next to their child for the duration of the trail ride should the manager deem it necessary.
Approximately 25-30 minute trail ride. $20 per person—Ages 5 years & older.
Follow the trail alongside the Alameda Creek about 2 miles upstream from our station to visit the scenic gorge known as Little Yosemite.
Approximately 1-hour trail ride. $30 per person—Ages 8 years & older.
Forge through the Alameda Creek and follow the old Hayfeild Road through the oak-studded grasslands past the High Valley Barn to the prominence of Flag Hill. Flag Hill has a gorgeous view of almost everywhere!
Approximately 2-hour trail ride. $45.00 per person—Ages 10 years & older.
Follow the traill alongside the Alameda Creek past Little Yosemite to the infamous "W" tree.
Approximately 2-hour trail ride. $45.00 per person—Ages 10 years & older.
After crossing the Alameda Creek and heading to High Valley Barn this trail loops the Hayfield Road to the summit of Cerro Este where we rest for a few minutes before winding through open cattle range to Little Yosemite.
Approximately 2 1/2-hour trail ride. $50 per person—Ages 12 years & older.
Maguire Peaks has the everything for a kodak moment. Complete with wildflowers, redwood trees, eucalyptus giants, old home sites, and beautiful views of Alameda and Contra Costa Counties.
Approximately 4 hour trail ride. $80 per person—12 years & older.
Fiddle Leaf Farm, located south of Ocala, Florida, is exclusively designed to train, breed and sell the finest Paso Fino horses.
"Our philosophy is to educate and develop the natural ability of the Paso Fino," Cathie Siemer, owner of Fiddle Leaf says. "We train to achieve a partnership between the horse and rider. We want our horses to be very competitive, not just when the trainer is competing on the horse, but we want the owner to be able to enjoy riding as well."
Cathie demonstrates the enjoyment of riding on her Paso as shown here where she is riding with the Star Dust drill team, of which Cathie is a founder.
Fiddle Leaf Farm is developing 14 to 15 hand Paso Finos while retaining the refinements of the smaller Pasos. The beauty of the Paso Fino and the fun of the Latin culture surrounding it in America have made Cathie and Mike Siemer, along with their trainer, enthusiastic in pursuing the development of the Farm.
"We are more than a first-class Paso Fino training facility, breeding competitive show horses, we also offer schooling for new riders and horses for people interested in pleasure riding or other competitive events such as team penning or endurance riding," Mrs. Siemer says. The Siemers, including son Daryl (at right) are strong believers in the wellbeing of both humans and horses. In conjunction with breeding quality Paso Finos, their plans include the development of a wellness program that promotes physical fitness and mental wellbeing through the experience of riding their Paso Finos.
"Horseback riding has long been considered an excellent way to develop physical fitness and self confidence," Cathie says. "Riding our Paso Finos will allow the beginning rider to enjoy the versatility of our Paso Finos if they wish to pursue more competitive events."
The exciting Paso Finos offered by Fiddle Leaf Farm can be found in many regional and national horse shows competing in Bella Forma, which means beautiful form in Spanish; in Performance classes which allow riders to demonstrate the Paso walk, corto and largo; and in Classic Fino which spectators have named "rolling thunder," across the Fino strip.
The Paso Fino is a gentle, loving, elegant yet fiery horse; but it is more than just a show horse. You will find riders of Fiddle Leaf Farm Pasos enjoying the beauty of a country lane, taking part in a drill team exhibition, a team penning event, and even Christmas caroling for their neighbors by Paso.
Adventure Trail Riding is located in the heart of Florida Horse Country. There are tens of thousands of acres of Florida wilderness specifically designated for horses. The trails range in difficulty from the easy scenic trail for the first timer who wants to get out and enjoy the Florida wilds, all the way to the extremely technical. If you can ride it, we ride it. The rides last anywhere from 3½ to 4½ hours depending on how hard we push the horses. At Adventure Trail Riding, the only thing more important then you having the best trail ride of your life is the well being of the horses.
Stardust is a Paso Fino precision drill team made up of 14 women, all riding matching spritied Paso Fino horses. The team has been performing for more than two years, with their first performance in 1995 at Spectrum in Tampa. Since then they have been asked to perform from Florida to New York, from breed horse shows to the biggest equestrian event in the country...Equitana in 1996 in Louisville, Kentucky. They are the only drill team to be invited back for Equitana's 1997 Mane Event.
At Equitana they perform before 20,000 people each evening, as well as demonstrations daily. They have performed at the Pegasus Parade for the Kentucky Derby; the Equine Affaire in Colombus, Ohio; and the Great Circus Parade in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. National coverage for these events will bring Stardust to millions of television viewers!
Stardust practices every week at Fiddle Leaf Farms, Ocala, Florida. For more information about Stardust or to schedule the team to perform for your event, call Cathie Siemer at (352) 245-4715. Catch the Paso Fino Passion!
Stardust STARDUST 2000 SCHEDULE
February 20—Opening of Tampa Downs, Tampa, Florida
1st week of March—Strawberry Festival Parade, Plant City, Florida
July 12-16—Drill Team Competition, Calgary Stampede, Calgary, Canada*
August, 2nd weekend—Extravaganza, Ocala, Florida
September, Grand National Paso Fino Horse Show, Perry, Georgia
November—Scottish Festival, Ocala, Florida
Stardust has also been invited to:
The Equine Affaire, Ohio**
Kentucky Derby Parade, Louisville, Kentucky**
The Mane Event, Equitana, Essen, Germany
The Great American Circus Parade, Milwaukee, Wisconsin**
Calgary Stampede, Calgary, British Columbia, Canada
The Minnesota Horse Fair, Minnesota
The Mid-West Horse Fair, Madison Wisconsin**
Unfortunately we are unable to promote the Paso Fino at these events due to lack of "money".
*the Calgary Stampede Parade and Competition are pending. Stardust needs sponsors. This trip will cost in the neighborhood of $30,000 (transporting 10 women, 11 horses, hotel rooms, etc.) and we need HELP.
**We have participated in these events in the past. This is only a partial list of places we are invited to each year, Stardust receives invitations all year long.
For more information, Contact: Cathie Siemer
Fiddle Leaf Farms
Latin American Adventures
Latin American Adventures is your source for full service fun and adventure in exotic Latin American destinations.
Price: $1,850 per person double occupancy*
The price includes:
Airfare from Orlando
9 nights, 10 days of accommodation
5 star hotel accommodations and "unique" transportation
River rafting - class 4 rapids
Canopy (tree top) tours.
June 9th arrive San Jose Costa Rica at 7:50. Clear Customs, Head over to the Herradura Hotel for the night there is a Casino in the hotel. I don't know if I was just on or the odds were better but I won $200.00 last year!
June 10 th- 5:30am wake up call. This is the only day we have to get up so early. A bus will pick us up at the Herradura and take us to the Pacuare River for some absolutely awesome river rafting. Breakfast and Lunch is included. At the take out point there is a cool little bar right on the river were we can grab some beers and recount the days adventure. The bus will take us back to the Herradura and for the diehards there is still more gambling to be done.
June 11 th- Our private bus will pick us up for a beautiful drive to the Tabacon Resort- Spa. We will spend two nights at the Tabacon were we will ride horses up the Volcano Arenal. Costa Rica's most active volcano. You will also have time to relax in the hot springs. Get a massage, face mask and basically lounge around like a fat cat American. At the swim up bar they make a mean Guaro Y Fresa. A local drink I don't know what is in it but it is definitely a personal favorite. Breakfast and Lunch is included at the Tabacon Resort
June 13th- We head to the Guanacaste region. The change in topography is amazing You go from a rain forest to a desert by the sea in four hours. We will be staying at the beautiful El Ocotal. This area is known for deep sea fishing and scuba diving. I could not include those activities in the price but I have found once you are there you are able to negotiate some really awesome deals with the locals. If you are not up for that you can do some great snorkeling right in front of the hotel. You can bring your own snorkeling equipment or rental equipment is included in the price but the equipment is not that good. The Ocotal has some of the most beautiful views. Every Cabana over looks the ocean.
June 15 th-June 17th We head down to Jaco Beach Resort. If you are not partied out by this time this is where the real parties kick in. Jaco has some of the most consistent waves for surfing anywhere in the world. There are plenty of places to rent surfboards. They may be a little bit more beat up then what you are used to but it beats carrying one around for 10 days. Something new we added this year is Tree Top Tours or canopy tours. This is where you get your own harness and slide on cable from tree to tree 80 feet in the air. I haven't done it yet but saw it on the discovery channel it looks like a blast. The way this got started is a botanist discovered whole separate eco system in the trees. They needed a way to study them and it took to long to climb down one tree and up the next so they started rigging cables and now it is one of Costa Rica's most popular adventures. The Tree Top Tours are in included in the price.
June 17th We head back to San Jose and the Herradura Hotel. You will have time to go site seeing in the capital I will give you some suggestions of fun place to go. Most people go to the artist district for a great dinner and people watching. This is also the best time to haggle with the locals and get some great souvenirs.
June 18th To the airport deal with customs, pay your $17.00 exit tax (you got me but you can't leave if you don't pay it) And back to Orlando. Just as an aside on all the drives we will stop at interesting little restaurants or tiki bars and because we have a local designated driver drinking,partying and excessive fun is heavily promoted.
Price based on departure from Orlando airport. Price will vary depending on your departure location.