Full Members of The Long Riders' Guild
Gintaras Kaltenis, Giedrius Klimkevicius, Neringa Kulokaite, Ceslovas Marcinauskas, Algirdas Motiejunas, Skirmante Naglis, Antanas Narmantas, Jonas Plucas rode from the Baltic Sea in Lithuania to the Black Sea in Ukraine.
|Elroy and Troy Karius rode through the Rocky Mountains.
|Gigi Kay - Rode from Chihuahua to Vera Cruz, Mexico.
|Sabine Keller rode from Germany, across France and on to Spain.
|Marc Kempf - Rode across Canada and the USA.
|Elsa Kent rode from John O’Groats to Land’s End to raise awareness of the need to introduce environmental education into school curriculums.
|Linny Kenney rode ocean to ocean across the United States, from California to New Hampshire.
|Ayesha Sediqa Khan - was part of the Karakoram Equestrian Expedition which made a historic journey through northern Pakistan.
|Noor Mohammad Khan - was part of the Karakoram Equestrian Expedition which made a historic journey through northern Pakistan. He was thereafter made a Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society.
|Zaydee Kiagoes rode along Australia’s Bicentennial National Trail.
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|Christopher Kidner - rode from Osh Kirghizstan to Panjshir, Afghanistan.
|Vincent Gabriel Kirouac - rode across Canada to promote the knightly virtues of courage, compassion and loyalty.
|Barbara Kingscote - rode across Canada.
Pam Kline made two journeys in the United States, including riding ocean to ocean from Virginia to California.
|Klarien Klingen - rode from Portugal to the Netherlands.
|Albert Knaus - rode from Mönchsondheim in Germany to Santiago de Compostela, Spain.
|Monika Koch - rode across Mongolia.
|Barbara Kohmanns - rode from Ecuador to Mexico.
Kareen Kohn - rode from Ecuador to the Incan ruins in Peru, from Dunlod to Vrindaban in India, across Ecuador and then across Peruo to Cuzco. Represented equestrian travel and The Long Riders' Guild at the World Social Forum in Brazil.
|Janja Kovačič - rode from Uruguay to Bolivia.
|Orion Kraus rode across Mexico and Guatemala.
|Andrea Kukalova and Milan Rousek – rode across the Czech Republic, Germany, France and Spain.
|Missing in Action
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