horseback riding


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Given that FA is not a common neurological condition, there was only one individual with the diagnosis of FA available to participate in the current therapeutic horseback riding program.
Besides plenty of history, such outings offer activities like horseback riding, polo, and enjoying wide-open, green spaces.
You'll barely have strength left to flop on your four-poster bed at the utterly luxurious Lucknam Park, which also offers horseback riding. Originally owned by an 18th century trader from Bristol and set in 500 acres of parkland, it boasts 41 rooms and suites, huge fireplaces, and delicious cuisine.
Outdoor enthusiasts enjoy on-site horseback riding, hiking, birding and swimming, plus golf and mountain biking nearby.
It boasts over 10,000 acres of mountain biking, hiking, and horseback riding trails.
But for those who don't want to think, there's plenty to do: horseback riding, small sailboats (Hobie Cats), and sea kayaks that allow visitors to paddle out to a small island called Sugar Cay.
Loneliness and the Modern Pentathlon (2004-2005), included in the current Tate Triennial, where it will have its UK premiere on April 2, observes a group of young men and women as they prepare for the peculiarly hybrid Olympic sporting event that involves running, swimming, shooting, horseback riding, and fencing, under the severe tutelage of an elder instructor (played by Rita Tushingham, the darling of the New British Cinema thanks to her appearances in such films as Tony Richardson's A Taste of Honey [1961] and Richard Lester's The Knack ...
On the first page I am warned not to engage in "horseback riding, weight-lifting, rugby, or other rough sports, including bumper car contacts." I believe I can handle these restrictions.
Enjoy arts, crafts, hiking, biking, fishing, golfing tubing, picnicking, horseback riding, exploring caverns, or listening to live music.
The Times cited examples of unnecessary classification, including: the Central Intelligence Agency's court fight this year to withhold its budgets from the 1950s and 60s; the Defense Intelligence Agency's deletion of the fact that the Chilean dictator Augusto Pinochet was interested in "fencing, boxing, and horseback riding"; and the Justice Department's blacking out of a four-line quotation of a published Supreme Court decision.
Having developed a talent for horseback riding to play Lancelot in 2004 pic "King Arthur," Gruffudd admitted his desire to get back in the saddle, saying, I d love to do a Western."
dissented, observing that New Jersey statutes explicitly protect such "inherently risky sports" as roller skating, skiing, and horseback riding; it was difficult to see why the principle shouldn't be extended to skateboarding.
Whether horseback riding into the pristine Stanislaus National Forest, hiking with members of the United States Forest Service (USFS), or discovering the glory that is Yosemite Valley, Tuolumne County's environment has a life all its own.
I was like, 'Are you kidding me?'" BORN TO RIDE Gen does her fair share of horseback riding on the show.