July 12, 2012– MyHorse Daily, a new online community featuring daily articles from industry experts, how-to videos and horse care tips, announces the release of a new free guide for equestrians: Dude Ranch 101: What You Need to Play Cowboy (or Cowgirl) on Your Cattle-Driving, Horseback-Riding Vacation. MyHorse Daily members may download the guide for free.
Are you planning your summer vacation but want to try something a little more rustic? Dude ranches have been an American tradition ever since The Lone Ranger galloped into the hearts of television viewers. The love affair with the American West doesn’t stop at just entertainment, cascading into everything from the fashions we wear and the vacations we take. But to chart your out-west adventure, you might need some extra help.
In the new free guide Dude Ranch 101: What You Need to Play Cowboy (or Cowgirl) on Your Cattle-Driving, Horseback-Riding Vacation, you’ll expert advice on finding your perfect riding vacation, from historic locales to the hottest spots west of the Mississippi, included is information on the different types of dude ranch, what to expect when making reservations, how to get fit—event a “what-to-pack” list so you’ll be fully prepared for your adventure.
This guide is free to MyHorse Daily members, and is an invaluable resource for equestrians and “dudes” alike who want to experience the picturesque west on the back of a horse. Sign up for a free MyHorse Daily membership and download Dude Ranch 101: What You Need to Play Cowboy (or Cowgirl) on Your Cattle-Driving, Horseback-Riding Vacation.
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