Hi! I'm Sanne, an equestrian and avid traveller. I have been riding ever since I was a little kid and have been travelling since 2015. By combining these passions of mine I’ve been able to explore the world on horseback and have visited over 30 countries. I feel like it’s time to share all the lessons I’ve learnt and beautiful places I’ve been, and take you with me on yearly equestrian meet-ups!
After finishing international school in the Netherlands at 17 years old, my mom and I took a trip to South Africa and went on a horseback safari. I fell head over heels in love with the country, horses and landscape and decided to volunteer at that horse safari company for 3 months. So after returning from our holiday, I went back to South Africa within a few weeks. The next years involved lots of traveling back and forth between Africa and the Netherlands. In 2018, I tried to continue in the Netherlands, got a job, an apartment and started Medical school, but after just a few months I missed Africa so much it became hard to continue life in the city. In the summer of 2019 I travelled through South Africa, Botswana, Mozambique and Malawi again and decided to drop out of Medical School. I pursued my passion for horses and travel and it was honestly the best decision I have ever made as I’ve never been happier. I truly hope my blog inspires you to follow your dreams and helps you get all the information you need for traveling the world on the back of a horse.
You can read Luzi's introduction blog here. Luzi is happy to help you with your bookings for the equestrian meet-ups she is hosting. You can follow Luzi on Instagram, and email her on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Stine is happy to help you with your bookings for the equestrian meet-ups she is hosting. Also feel free to message her about volunteering, horse riding holidays and working with horses in South America. You can follow Stine on Instagram, and email her on email@example.com.
Marlies and Germen created the Hooves Around The World website. Check them out here. Marlies writes guest posts for Hooves, in which she tells us about her own horse riding and travel adventures. Read her post about Canada here.