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Constance Rameaux - crossed the South American continent, riding from Argentina, through Bolivia, Peru and Ecuador, to Columbia.  Co-author of "Lune de Miel à Cheval".

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Paul Rask - rode from Viborg in Jutland to the Ukraine, and also made a  Long Ride in Sweden.

William Reddaway completed the first modern equestrian journey to thirty of Great Britain’s historic cathedrals and abbeys.

Lucy Rees - Rode across the American Southwest.

Benjamin Reynal made an extensive journey through 15 provinces of Argentina. Using the same two Criollo horses, he travelled through Buenos Aires, Santa Fe, Entre Rios, Corrientes, Chacho, Santiago del Estero, Jujuy, Salta, Tucuman, Catamarca, La Rioja, San Juan, Mendoza, San Luis and Cordoba.

Sea G Rhydr - Rode "ocean to ocean" from California to Maine, following in the hoofprints of Historical Long Rider Messanie Wilkins.

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Philip Riches - rode north along the spine of the Andes in Argentina

Hjoerdis Rickert - At the age of 9, rode from Le Puy, France, to Santiago de Compostella, Spain.

Peter Ritz - rode from Lusatia (near the German/Polish border) to Rome.

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Ken Roberts and Sharon Muir Watson – were the first to ride the length of Australia's Bicentennial National Trail, journeying from Cooktown, Queensland to Healesville, Victoria.  Sharon is the author of "The Colour of Courage".

Daniel Robinson made an equine journey from China, across Tibet and over the Himalayan mountains into India.

Ian Robinson - made solo journeys across Mongolia, Tibet and Afghanistan.  Author of "Gantsara", "You Must Die Once" and the award-winning "Tea with the Taliban".

Paul van Rooyen - rode from the south of France to the Netherlands.

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Julian Ross - rode through the Carpathian Mountains of Romania from Cluj-Napoca to Iasi. 

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Rex Roth - made an extended journey across the central portions of the United States, riding from Ohio and ending up in South Dakota. 

Margrit Rumple - rode from Eastern Austria to Santiago de Compostella, Spain.

Allen Russell - rode from Canada to Mexico.

Katie Russell - rode from Washington to Montana.

Philippe Rustenholz - rode northwards from Rio Turbio in Patagonia towards the Andes mountains. 
   
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