Two remarkable and wealthy Englishmen thought they could make more money by racing big cats – they couldn’t
The position of the body when sat in the saddle is upright and relaxed. The ankle, hip and ears are all in line vertically with each other.
If dogsledding isn't yet on your bucket list, I suggest you add it-now. Dogsledding is an exciting adventure for everyone. Here is an account of what to expect on a trek through the trails in Lake Elmore, Vermont with experienced owner/guide Ken and his amazing Peacepups' dogs.
Here you'll learn how to barrel race! Google map of Central CA districts.
URBAN MUSHING - BIKEJORING, SKIJORING AND DOG SCOOTERING If you're looking for a dog sport you can perform many ways and in many different places, you should check out urban mushing or dryland mushing as it's called by many. Especially if you...
Rising from nought, he fought. Weeks after a near-fatal goring by a bull named Impulsivo, this matador fought again! He was the highest paid matador in history. His profession, was a highly respectable one. Glamorous too! Every bullfighter is a superstar. This is a review of the book "Or I'll...
Most people participate in Polar Bear Dips for charities, however there are others that do it simply for fun. Read all about the history and frigid temperatures that people endure in icy waters.
This is a review of a local riding school. What goes on in a day and some of the other local riding schools. Includes a map of locations.
John Francome's love of horse racing started when he was six-years old and taken for a ride on a donkey at the seaside. From humble beginnings in a council house in Swindon, Wiltshire, he went on to become a seven times champion jockey, best-selling author and leading commentator and racing pundit.
These champion riders have gone down in history as some of the best ever. They include Pat Tasffe, Fred Winter, Willie Carson and Lester Piggott, Willie Shoemaker and Yves Saint-Martin.