From North Queensland to Cordoba, Utah to Ascot, explore the far-reaching corners of the globe on horseback.
Wrotham Park Lodge
Overlooking the Mitchell River in North Queensland, Wrotham Park Lodge is a 600,000-hectare working cattle station. The remote property only caters for 20 guests at a time, ensuring optimum relaxation. Take your time exploring the extensive grounds on horseback, while viewing the diverse Australian flora and fauna.
Estancia Los Potreros, Cordoba
Owned by the same family for four generations, Estancia Los Potreros sits in the Province of Cordoba, just north-west of Buenos Aires. Visitors will spend most of their days exploring the Sierra Chicas – the oldest mountain range in South America. Cordoba is also a prominent wine region, so there’s plenty of other activities to take part in, including birdwatching and relaxing by the pool.
If a desert adventure is more your thing, Amangiri is the place to go. Situated in Southern Utah, close to the border of Arizona, this is some of the most dramatic scenery you will see on horseback. Accommodation and service is of the highest level, with every evening promising a spectacular sunset. Amangiri translates to ‘peaceful mountain’, and we couldn’t agree more.
Coworth Park, Ascot
Ascot is undoubtedly home to the most famous horse-related activities worldwide. This luxurious country house specialises in polo, boasting two professional fields, as well as a Polo Club. Enjoy some down time in the eco-luxury spa, perfect for a romantic retreat or a family adventure.