Month: March 2022
Filipe Masetti Leite began his epic journey on horseback from Calgary to Brazil – 8 years, over 15,500 miles, 12 international borders, and documented with more than 500 hours of footage. The Long Rider is a once in a lifetime event – and now available for your viewing pleasure.
Tiny Houses are a popular part of a worldwide movement to minimize and mobilize their lives – but the craze is not a new one. Being mobile was a way of life for Gypsies (Romani and Irish Travelers), who started out on foot, then to horse, then horse and carts called “Vardo”…the first mobile homes!
Horse enthusiasts of all riding levels have an opportunity to ride globally, and HRL encourages you to see the world by doing something you truly love to do. The truly exciting part: you don’t have to be an expert equestrian to enjoy a horseback riding vacation destination.
Like many cultures, the Celts are steeped in history and mythology, their lore taking the imagination to a higher level. This includes mythical horses and the tales they carry.
Just in time for St Patrick’s Day, Sam Ramada has provided us with a build that will turn you green with envy! “Cashed Out” is a custom-built first generation 1965 Chevrolet C10 Stepside.
Corned Beef and Cabbage, Irish Soda Bread, Guinness and more – St. Patrick’s Day is a great time to explore authentic, delicious, traditional Irish food and drinks!
The real story of America’s first cattle drive would shock many an old cowboy and bring a self-justified, sly grin to any eastern tenderfoot. It is one of the lost secrets of the cattle drive story and it could not have occurred in a more unlikely place.
Originally known as the Moscow Mule, the drink was recreated using Irish whiskey instead of vodka and became the Irish Mule…a delicious twist on a well-known favorite!
Our friendship is a symbol of overcoming tribal hatred. In the name of the Long Riders’ Guild we invoke the peaceful message of harmonious horsemanship. War is never the answer.