Equitrekking Launches TopRidingVacations.com
Equitrekking, the Emmy award-winning PBS and globally broadcast TV series, has launched a new website featuring some of the best riding vacations, TopRidingVacations.com.
A global leader in equestrian travel, Equitrekking’s newest website features diverse, curated vacations with tour operators, which are also leaders in the travel segment. TopRidingVacations.com cuts through the online clutter and showcases destinations that have been welcoming generations of riders and their companions, for many years. Destinations include a long-time working ranch, that welcomes solo travelers and accomplished equestrians for cattle drives and horsemanship to one of Iceland’s top tour operators for riding.
Modeled after Equitrekking’s popular Top20Ranches.com site, which features select, outstanding dude ranches, TopRidingVacations.com compliments Equitrekking’s robust main site at Equitrekking.com. A microsite, TopRidingVacations.com, segments out further great places for equestrians to train, trail ride and gain horsemanship skills, including special experiences not offered at other riding vacation destinations.
We’re continuing to develop resources that riders want and need,”
We want help travelers find the places to ride while continuing to support the small businesses that uphold the equestrian heritage and horses that we believe are such a treasure.”
Newman combines her passion for horses and her love of travel with her background in television and media. Over the years, she’s continued to innovate by organically building two popular and globally broadcast TV series, writing an award-winning book, creating several websites devoted to riding the world and popularizing equestrian travel for mainstream audiences.
Travelers seeking new information should keep checking TopRidingVacations.com as more great destinations are hand-selected and added over the summer, a prime time for horseback riding and travel.
Learn about “Equitrekking” and its travel resources, including the 50 State Trial Riding Project profiling places to ride across the USA, at: