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1.2013 Happy Thanksgiving! (11/20/2013)

Happy Thanksgiving! We've been busy updating our trips for 2014!

2.Bienvenidos a Mexico! Hidden Trails hosted ride. (5/1/2012)

Hidden Trails organized a hosted ride in Mexico from March 17 to 24, 2012. Susanne Risse from the Hidden Trails office represented Hidden Trails on the ride .

3.The ancient city of Petra in Jordan celebrates 200 years since its rediscovery (2/3/2012)

Jordan is celebrating 200 years since the rediscovery of the rose-red jewel in its crown, the ancient city of Petra. Established sometime around the 6th century BC as the capital city of the Nabataeans, it is a symbol of Jordan as well as its most visited tourist attraction.

4.The J&B Met -annual horse race in Cape Town (1/26/2012)

One of the most prestigious and anticipated events on Cape Town's social calendar, the J&B Met is not only about thoroughbreds, but is a day of glamorous fashion, entertainment and sophistication, accompanied by J&B Scotch Whiskey. The R1.

5.Mexico Moving Forward (1/19/2012)

Mexico is regaining its momentum with increased tourism arrivals; 2011 saw strong growth compared to 2010. And now, thanks to new hotel openings, fantastic new equestrian holiday opportunities and interesting Mayan prophecies about the end of one cycle and the beginning of a new one, travel authorities are expecting 2012 to be an even bigger year for tourism in Mexico Continue reading >>

6.Bariloche Airport open again (1/13/2012)

Today at 11AM the first Aerolineas Argentinas flight since June 4th flew to Bariloche and LAN is starting to fly again too. Authorities have informed that conditions are safe for flights not being the ashes a major concern now.

7.Stolen Horse International offers help (1/12/2012)

This article was first published by Thoroughbred Times In an effort to provide aid to the people and organizations that are currently working to rescue horses in the areas devastated by the storm in Burke, Cleveland and Rutherford counties, Stolen Horse International, also known as NetPosse.com, is offering  flyers and a webpage, for disaster related missing horses and animals, on its website, www.

8.Can oats help prevent colic in horses? (1/11/2012)

This article was first published by Thoroughbred Times Oats have historically played a major role in the equine diet, but very few people understand the nutritional benefits oats have over many other cereal grains. One of those benefits may include preventing colic.

9.Update for Torres del Paine (1/5/2012)

We realize there is a lot of conflicting information on the internet and various government websites around the world and would therefore like to give you the facts relating to the situation in Torres del Paine without the sensationalism and political motives of some media organizations.From our office base here in Puerto Natales we are monitoring the situation in the Park closely.

10.Galapagos Flights more expensive in 2012 (12/26/2011)

The Ecuadorian government has eliminated the fuel subsidies for the flights to the Galapagos Islands. Rates will have a "fuel surcharge" of $50 for Aerogal and $70 for TAME flights - each way.

11.Flights to Belize - rock bottom prices (12/6/2011)

Flights to Belize are now at rock bottom prices - act fast - these won't last!We still have some spaces over the holidays on our riding tours in Belize -- here is your chandce !

12.5 Tips for feeding your horse (12/5/2011)

Article written by Dr Christi Garfinkel (www.drgarfinkel.

13.Help your horse cope with fireworks (11/21/2011)

The holiday season has started. A festive period devoted to joy, happiness as well as parties.

14.Mexico – the ultimate equestrian destination (11/12/2011)

Story by Ryan Schmidt, Hidden Trails Last week we got back from a three week trip to Mexico and it has taken me 10 days to put together a “Trip Report” – it was just all a bit overwhelming. I have travelled the world and have been to many countries inspecting equestrian trips, but seldom have I experienced such a variety of landscapes and cultures as on this trip.

15.The 2011 Legacy Chase at Shawan Downs on 9/24/11 (9/13/2011)

On September 24th, Shawan Downs in Maryland will host the 11th Annual Legacy Chase which features multiple steeplechase races that award over $75,000 in purse money. In addition to racing, the day features 'The Meadows', a fantastic family-friendly destination that includes children’s activities, food concessions, live music and much more.

16.Irish Derby from June 24 - 26, 2011 (6/21/2011)

The Dubai Duty Free Irish Derby is one of the most prestigious horse racing events of the year. Held at The Curragh, one of Europe's oldest sporting grounds, this event attracts the attention of horse-lovers from across the globe, and especially in the horse-mad country of Ireland itself.

17.Choosing your first horseback holiday (6/9/2011)

There are so many things to consider when going on holidays of all sorts but this applies none more closely than when choosing your first horseback adventure. To make your decision simpler, it’s important to figure out what you want to get out of your week or two away from the workplace.

18.IL PALIO - horse race in Siena, Italy (6/8/2011)

Going to be near Sienna in July or August? Don't miss Il Palio!

19.Volcano Erruption in Iceland (5/24/2011)

The Volcano Grímsvötn is one of the most active volcanos in Iceland. There were eruptions in 2004, 1998 and 1996 and many before that.

20.Grapevine Canyon Ranch Closes its doors in Arizona (4/29/2011)

One of our favourite guest ranches in Arizona is closing its doors to "dudes" for good this weekend. After a successful 30 years in the business, owner and operator Eve Searle is retiring from the guest ranch business.