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    CuChullaine O'Reilly
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    The Long Riders' Guild Press (February 10, 2005)
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The critical need for a standardized Horse Travel Journal was recognized by the Founding Members of The Long Riders' .

The critical need for a standardized Horse Travel Journal was recognized by the Founding Members of The Long Riders' Guild. Every daily diary entry in The Horse Travel Journal allows the Long Rider to make concise notes on the specifics of that day's journey, the condition of the horses, problems encountered, etc. Additional pages are provided for personal recollections about daily events.

The Horse Travel Handbook really is a one of a kind book that belongs on every Long Rider's book shelf and in their . CuChullaine O'Reilly's tireless work in creating the Horse Travel Handbook is an invaluable gift to all those wanting to pursue the magic of equestrian travel

The Horse Travel Handbook really is a one of a kind book that belongs on every Long Rider's book shelf and in their saddle bags on journeys. Also an absolute must read for anyone planning a long ride. CuChullaine O'Reilly's tireless work in creating the Horse Travel Handbook is an invaluable gift to all those wanting to pursue the magic of equestrian travel. In an era of jet travel, smart-phones and satellite technology, it is often claimed that the world is becoming smaller, more homogenous, less diverse, and generally travelled out.

CuChullaine O’Reilly is an investigative reporter who has documented and written about equestrian travel for more than thirty years. The Horse Travel Journal: A Log Book for Long Riders. He devoted six years to writing The Encyclopaedia of Equestrian Exploration, the most comprehensive study of horse travel ever created. After having made lengthy trips by horseback across Pakistan, he was made a Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society and the Explorers’ Club. O’Reilly founded the Long Riders’ Guild, the world's first inter-national association of equestrian explorers. by CuChullaine O'Reilly. 21(2 used & new offers).

The Horse Travel Journal. A Log Book for Long Riders. Published February 28, 2005 by Long Riders' Guild Press.

The Horse Travel Handbook is destined to become the Long Rider's Bible

The Horse Travel Handbook is destined to become the Long Rider's Bible. Only CuChullaine O'Reilly could accomplish this task. I know of no other person with the energy, dedication and the knowledge needed to put together such an incredible effort. Argentine Long Rider Benjamin Reynal rode in South America and is the author of 'Cuando La Distancia Revela. The Horse Travel Handbook encourages the traveller to view the horseback journey from a philosophical perspective and explains how the trip serves as a gateway to self-discovery. Turkmen Long Rider Geldy Kyarizov is a Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society who rode across Central Asia and Russia.

The Horse Travel Journal: A Log Book for Long Riders, CuChullaine O'Reilly - The critical need for a standardized Horse Travel Journal was recognized by the Founding Members of The Long Riders' Guild. Though various literary avenues had been tried, no one had devised a book specifically designed to record the equestrian occurrences encountered during these long and often perilous journeys.

This is a ground-breaking book for a variety of reasons

This is a ground-breaking book for a variety of reasons. First, like the other Founding Members of the Long Riders' Guild, I am one of the 'lost generation,' namely those who were born after the demise of the cavalry but before the creation of the internet. During the dark days of the late 20th century, knowledge of equestrian travel nearly went extinct. Those few brave souls who swung into the saddle and set out on a journey were unable to obtain either technical information or emotional support.

So relax, sit back and get ready for the literary ride of your life when you open up and explore this book. Format Paperback 156 pages. Dimensions 152 x 224 x 12mm 24. 8g. Publication date 30 Sep 2004. Publisher Long Riders' Guild Press. Publication City/Country United States.

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Read Deadly Equines, by CuChullaine O'Reilly online on Bookmate – There is widespread belief in a warm and comforting story which states the horse is a gentle herbivore. What if a Rosetta Stone had. There is widespread belief in a warm and comforting story which states the horse is a gentle herbivore. What if a Rosetta Stone had been found to unlock the dark secrets of the horse's past? An international multi-million dollar industry serviced by horse whisperers, glossy magazines and popular culture preaches that horses are meek prey animals who fear predators. What if evidence demonstrated horses have slain lions, tigers, pumas, wolves, hyenas and humans?

The critical need for a standardized Horse Travel Journal was recognized by the Founding Members of The Long Riders' Guild. All of these mounted travellers shared stories about their assorted unsuccessful efforts to maintain a written record of their equestrian adventures. Though various literary avenues had been tried, no one had devised a book specifically designed to record the equestrian occurrences encountered during these long and often perilous journeys. Thus was born the need and desire to publish a book intended to register the most important comments and observations of the world's Long Riders. It has been designed to fit into a standard saddle bag. Every daily diary entry in The Horse Travel Journal allows the Long Rider to make concise notes on the specifics of that day's journey, the condition of the horses, problems encountered, etc. Additional pages are provided for personal recollections about daily events. In addition, at the rear of the book, The Horse Travel Journal contains the world's first Long Rider Pictionary, which includes the necessary equestrian terms often encountered during the course of such a journey. With the aid of the Long Rider Pictionary, the equestrian traveller can point to the object in question in his or her search for local linguistic assistance.