The Long Riders' Guild
Founding Members of The Long Riders' Guild
world's first equestrian travel website and has ridden extensively through
the Alps and the Jura in France.
Gouraud - has
published many previously "lost" equestrian travel accounts and
rode from Paris to Moscow. Author of "Serko" and "Russie:
des Chevaux, des Hommes et des Saints", and Editor of
"Deux Chevaux pour un Cavalier".
||Robin & Louella
Hanbury-Tenison - contributed to the body of equestrian travel literature and made
historically significant rides on several continents. Author of
"White Horses over France", "A Ride along The Great
Wall", "Spanish Pilgrimage", and "Fragile Eden".
Hooker - at 95 years old was the world's oldest equestrian traveler and made several
record-breaking rides in the 1950s. Author of "Born out of
Season" and "Guns and Badges". Now deceased.
- added to the body of equestrian travel literature and made two
unique journeys in Eastern Europe. Author of "Saddletramp"
and "Vagabond" and "Debt of Honour - the story of the International League for
the Protection of Horses."
||Gordon Naysmith - made the only
recorded ride in modern history from South Africa to Western Europe.
Author of "The Will to Win."
O'Reilly - attended
the first meeting of The Long Riders' Guild, located and visited
equestrian travellers throughout Europe, designed The Long Riders' Guild
website and rode from Russia to England. Author of "Count
Pompeii - Stallion of the Steppes".