Horses are majestic creatures. And riding a horse can give you the same feeling that was shared by our ancestors as they galloped across the vast, untamed stretches of land, discovering new frontiers and daring to create civilization from the ground up. Anyone who has ever had a horse knows the sheer joy of feeling the wind rush past you as your swift-foot ride takes you along trails yet undiscovered.
The USA is a large country, and due to an unevenly distributed population there are still many wild parts. Even in the 21st century you can find vast stretches of forests, sparsely populated farmlands and scattered ranches here. As a result, there are still many trails where you can enjoy a fine equestrian experience.
Let us explore some of the best such locations in the United States.
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Haleakala National Park, Maui
Haleakala offers the unique dual experience of riding through a luxuriant rain-forest as well as taking a trot through a volcanic crater.
On the rain-forest trail you trot past rocky trails through a lush forest with variant vegetation, ending your ride near the 120-meter-high Waimoku Falls, which holds the distinction of being the tallest waterfall in Maui.
Inside the crater trail you will ride down more than 600 meters from the edge to the bottom, riding past cinder cones and lava flows as your horse crunches on through volcanic cinders. Keep in mind that this part of the trail is only for seasoned riders.
Rancho Santa Fe, California
This town in San Diego County has Horse Riding Activities almost nine months of the year. Rancho Santa Fe will allow you to escape the hustle and bustle of the city and spend a quiet day riding along the beach. Whatever your tastes, you can be sure to find a proper horse-riding experience here.
Nashville has a horse culture which can well match its highly developed music culture. Nashville has the distinction of holding the first horse racing championship in the US. Here you can take a ride through the stables of Billy Meade, the breeder of the first American-Born horse to win the English derby. It also holds the Iroquois Steeplechase, an annual horse-racing event.
Black Hills Ranch, Wyoming
At Black Hills you can experience the thrill of riding at a real working cattle ranch. Here you can participate in the activities, accompanied by trained wranglers, and also explore the countryside on your own. Located near the ranch is a pristine blue lake, surrounded by rocky outcrops.
Bryce Canyon, Utah
The Bryce Canyon National Park is one of the most striking horse trails in the US, if not the world. The canyon is filled with uncountable hoodos, bizarre pink and red rock spires, naturally eroded to peculiar formations. These hoodos have been a source of curiosity for thousands of years. You can explore this unique vista while riding among bristling pine trees. Spring-time is ideal to visit this location as you have the chance to admire the red hoodos capped with stark white snow.
At Woodstock, horse riding plays a very important role in the people’s lives. Multiple equestrian events like Ride for the Cure, Fall Dressage Show and the Winter Sleigh Rally are held here. If you feel you are a seasoned enough rider, you can always take part in these events. Otherwise, take a ride around the charming Woodstock area.
This city in northern Florida is considered one of the horse-riding capitals of the world. Ocala has more than 1,200 horse farms, and during the winter months the climate is perfect for horse riding. Equestrian activities are a part of everyday life in this town. Whether you are a seasoned professional or just learning horse riding, Ocala is sure to have something to offer.
The Virginian town of Middleburg has a significant horseback riding tradition. Here you can enjoy riding over lush green fields, rushing through what may be considered the American version of the English countryside. Middleburg is famous for the Upperville Colt and Horse Show which was first organized in late 1853. You can also enjoy the mild climate of the town as you ride along the serene locales.
Last, but certainly not the least, is Louisville in Kentucky. Considered by many to be the best horse-riding location in the US, Louisville is famous for the world-renowned Kentucky Derby. Apart from participating in equestrian activities, you can also visit the Kentucky Derby Museum, where you can learn about the horse riding history of the region.
So that is our list of some of the best locales where you can take your horse and go for a gallop. Whether you are just starting out, or are a seasoned rider, you can be sure to find some place of interest in our list. Also, if you want to add to it, please be sure to leave a comment.