The Gower Peninsula in Wales is a really neat place to explore on horseback, as the beaches are very wide and dramatic, surrounding by huge, mossy cliffs. In this short video, Olive Edwards of Parc le Breos and I did some faster riding on Three Cliffs Beach. After that, we visited an old supposedly haunted church and a beautiful old castle, all within riding distance of the beach.
This segment is part of our Equitrekking Wales episode, premiering now on PBS stations across the country. The song that we used in this segment is an original composition by Jennifer Crouser, a native of Minneapolis, where the Equitrekking Wales episode is premiering on tpt LIFE Tues, 5/12 at 11:30am and 9pm.
Crouser studied composition and theory, with a concentration on chamber music. She is currently completing a CD of original songs called “Caiffage & Sopp.” You may learn more about Jennifer Crouser and listen to samples from her new CD on her new website.
For those of you who are not in Minneapolis, you may check your local listings using at pbs.org. New York City folks may tune in tonight to WLIW, Channel 21, to watch Equitrekking Southern Spain at 7:30pm to see some beach riding action and riding in the Seville Countryside. We’ve added more videos to EquitrekkingTV’s Channel on YouTube from Spain and beyond.
Happy travels and stay tuned for more riding info and video clips from around the world.
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