Semi-Wild Mongolian Horses, the Empty steppes...and me. “Khorton muur un mara bon.” I look the Mongolian man directly in his eyes as the words escape my lips. The only words I could speak in Mongolian translated to: “Give me your fastest horse please.” The hardened man’s eyebrows lifted out of both curiosity and respect.… Continue reading Completing the Mongol Derby, 1000 km on Horseback!
Back in 2012, after my job in Cairo, Egypt came to an end I had ZERO money to afford the costly flight back to the United States. So I did the next best thing! I bought a flight to visit a friend from Romania, whom I had met whilst working in Belgium back in 2010.… Continue reading Gypsy Gold, Werewolves, Dracula and Me. My Time Working in Romania as a Trail Guide
Riding Horses Around the World! As a young girl, I always was known as the "dreamer." I was the girl sitting in the classroom closest to the window, gazing into the distance and imagining far away lands and undiscovered worlds. More importantly, I saw myself galloping and soaring through the air on horses in… Continue reading How I Started Working Internationally with Horses
I was surprised to say the least when I found out I was the first and ONLY FEI Level II Show Jumping and Dressage Coach from the United States! Here is the WHAT, the HOW and the WHY! FEI is something most equestrians have heard of. It's the Federation Equestria International and it is based in… Continue reading How I became the first FEI II Coach in the USA