The Long Riders' Guild

Encyclopaedia of Equestrian Exploration

More than 400 Long Rider Contributors

 

Abernathy, Bud and Temple – aged eleven and seven, they rode from New York to San Francisco without adult assistance.

Adshead, Harry and Lisa – rode from Wales to Jordan.

Aguiar, Jorge de – rode through Brazil.

Aguiar, Pedro Luis de – rode through Brazil.

Albright, Verne – rode from Peru to California.

Alfieri, Vittorio – rode across England and Europe.

Amor, Adam del – rode in the United States.

Anderson, Ed – made multiple journeys along the Pacific Crest Trail.

Armand, Annick - rode across Turkey from the Black Sea to the Mediterranean.

Arsuka, Nirwan Ahmad - rode in Indonesia and Papua New Guinea.

Asmussen, Conan - rode from Canada to the Mexican border when he was ten years old.

Asmussen, Hans - rode from Canada to Mexico.

Aspinwall, Two-Gun Nan – was the first woman to ride ocean to ocean across the USA.

Asseyev, Mikhaοl Vassilievitch – rode from Kiev, Russia to Paris, France.

Azzam, Adnan – rode from Madrid, Spain to Mecca, Arabia.

Baaijens, Arita – rode through the Altai Mountains in Kazakhstan, China, Mongolia and Russia.

Baker, Sir Samuel – rode through Abyssinia.

Ballereau, Jean Franηois - made a series of rides in Europe and North America, then rode from Argentina to Columbia.

Barnes, Richard - rode the length and breadth of England, Scotland and Wales.

Barrι, Gιrard – rode through the Alps and France.

Barrett, Elizabeth – rode in Great Britain.

Bartz, Thomas - rode from Osh, Kirghizstan to Panjshir, Afghanistan.

Bayes, Jeremiah – rode in the United States.

Beard, John and Lulu – rode the length of the Oregon Trail.

Beck, George – rode to 48 state capitals in the USA.

Bedaux, Charles – rode across western Canada.

Beker, Ana – rode from Buenos Aires, Argentina to Ottawa, Canada.

Berg, Roland – made multiple journeys through Europe.

Bessac, Frank - rode through Mongolia, Turkestan and Tibet.

Best, Captain James John – rode through the mountains of Albania.

Bey, Riza - rode through Anatolia, Arabia, Mesopotamia, the Middle East and the Balkans.

Bigler, Jessica - rode from Switzerland to the British Isles and back.

Bigo, Stephane -  rode through Turkey, China, Ethiopia, Brazil, Guatemala and the United States.

Bird, Isabella – rode in Hawaii, the Rocky Mountains, Japan, Persia, Kurdistan, Korea and Tibet.

Blackburn, Rick - rode from Canada to Texas.

Blanchard, Augustin – rode in the United States.

Blashford-Snell, Colonel John – led the British Trans-Americas Expedition through the Darien Gap jungle between Panama and Columbia.

Blunt, Wilfred – journeyed into northern Arabia and the Nejd Desert.

Bond Head, Sir Francis - rode through the Argentine pampas, across the Andes Mountains and into Chile.

Bonneville, Captain Benjamin – rode through the western United States.

Bonvalot, Gabriel – rode across the “roof of the world” by crossing the Pamir and Hindu Kush Mountains; then made a second journey across Russia, Siberia, Tibet and the Takla Makan desert before entering China.

Boone, Katherine – rode across Spain.

Borrow, George – rode in England and across Spain.

Bosanquet, Mary – rode from Vancouver, British Columbia to New York city.

Boshai, Dalaikhan rode in Mongolia and Kazakhstan.

Bougault, Laura – rode from South Africa to Malawi.

Bourboulon, Phillipe and Catherine de – rode from Shanghai, China to Moscow, Russia.

Bowers, Henry "Birdie" – was part of the Terra Nova Expedition to Antarctica.

Boyd, Alistair – rode in Spain.

Bragge, Michael - rode from Brisbane to Melbourne in Australia.

Brand, Charles – rode across the Andes Mountains from Chile into Argentina.

Brenchley, Billy - rode through Tunisia, Libya, Egypt, Sudan, Uganda and Tanzania.

Brown, Donald – rode across the Arctic Circle and through Lapland, Sweden, Norway and Denmark.

Brown, Len - rode through New Mexico, Colorado, Utah, Wyoming, Colorado, Kansas and Missouri.

Bruce, Clarence Dalrymple – rode from Srinagar, Kashmir to Peking, China.

Bruce, James – rode in Abyssinia.

Bruhnke, Louis - rode from the bottom of Patagonia to the top of Alaska, via the Darien Gap jungle.

Bull, Bartle – rode in Mongolia and Siberia.

Bόren, Henri de - rode over the Andes Mountains from Peru into Amazonia.

Burges Watson, Claire- rode from Ulaan Bator, Mongolia, to Samarkand, Uzbekistan.

Burnaby, Evelyn – rode in England and Scotland.

Burnaby, Frederick - rode across all of Central Asia, ending up at the Amir's palace at Khiva. Then, after having avoided the Czar's spies in Constantinople, Burnaby rode across all of Turkey.

Burton, Sir Richard - made extensive equestrian journeys in Brazil, Argentina and Paraguay.

Butler, Samuel – rode in New Zealand.

Byron, Lord - explored the mountainous regions of Albania.

Callahan, Charles - rode from Esquel, Patagonia to Rincon de Cholila, Argentina.

Carmignani, Simone – rode through the Pamir and Karakorum Mountains of Northern Pakistan.

Carpini, Friar Giovanni – rode from Germany to Mongolia and back.

Carruthers, Douglas – rode through Dzungaria, an ancient Mongolian kingdom which lay between Siberia and Mongolia.

Carson, Susie – rode through China and Tibet.

Cashner, Tex – rode from Ohio to Texas.

Cayley, George – rode through Spain.

Cazade, Jean-Claude – rode from France to Arabia and back.

Ηelebi, Evliya – rode from Turkey to England.

Chautard, Edouard – rode across New Caldenonia and along Australia’s Bicentennial National Trail.

Chechak, Andy – rode from California to Maine.

Cherry-Garrard, Apsley - was part of the Terra Nova Expedition to Antarctica.

Child, Theodore – rode across Turkey and Persia.

Chitty, Jessica – at the age of three, rode from Spain to Greece with the aid of her parents.

Claire, Alberta – rode from from Wyoming to Oregon, south to California, across the deserts of Arizona, and on to New York City.

Clapperton, Hugh – rode across the Sahara Desert, from Tripoli to Sokoto.

Clark, Keith – rode through Chile.

Clark, Leonard – rode through Tibet.

Clifton, John Talbot – died trying to reach Timbukto on horseback.

Cobbett, William – rode in England.

Cochrane, John – rode from St. Petersburg, Russia to the Kamchatka Pennisula.

Codman, John – rode through New England.

Coke, Henry – rode in the Sandwich Islands, from St. Louis to Oregon and across Spain.

Cooper, Katie - rode across the American Southwest.

Cooper, Merian C. – rode across the Zagros Mountains and through Persia.

Cope, Tim - rode across Mongolia, Kazakhstan, Russia and Hungary.

Coquet, Evelyne and Corinne - rode from Paris to Jerusalem.

Cunliffe Marsh, Hippisley - rode across the Ottoman Empire, Persia and India.

Cunningham, Jakki – rode in France and England.

Cunninghame Graham, Robert - rode across the Argentine pampas and through the Atlas Mountains of Morocco.

Cuthbert, Donna and Nic - rode from Bayan-Ulgii aymag, Western Mongolia to Baganuur, Tov aymag, Eastern Mongolia.

Dalaikhan, Alpamys – rode in Mongolia and Kazakhstan.

Dalaikhan, Nurbek – rode in Kazakhstan.

Dalrymple Bruce, Major Clarence – rode from Srinagar, India to Peking, China.

Danos, Jonathan - rode across the Andes Mountains from Chile into Argentina.

Darling, Malcolm – rode from Peshawar to Jubbulpore, India.

Darwin, Charles – rode in South America, Australia and Africa.

Davenport, Homer – rode in the Ottoman Empire.

Davies, Garry – rode through England and Wales.

Delavere, Kimberley – rode in Australia.

Denton, Ivan - rode from Arkansas to California.

Digaitis, Vaidotas - rode from the Baltic Sea in Lithuania to the Black Sea in Ukraine. He next completed a journey around the Baltic Sea to the Arctic Circle and back. He also pioneered a route around his native republic of Lithuania.

Dijkstra, Margriet – rode from the Netherlands to Spain.

Discoli, Eduardo – made a journey that took him across the Americas, through Europe and on to the Middle East.

Dixie, Lady Florence – rode through Patagonia.

Dodwell, Christina – rode in China, Iran, New Guinea, Kenya, Siberia and Turkey.

Dodwell, Edward – rode in Greece.

Dolan, Captain Brooke – rode from India, across the Himalayas, through Tibet and into China.

Dorman, Sarah – rode from Paris, France to Jerusalem.

Dotchin, Jane – rode in the United Kingdom and Ireland.

Duberly, Fanny – rode through India.

Ducret, Nicholas - rode from Kazakhstan to Afghanistan.

Dudding, Alina Grace – rode the length of the Pacific Crest Trail twice.

Dunnam, Roger – rode from Canada to Kentucky.

Durang, John – rode through New England.

Dutra, Hetty – rode in the United States.

Dutreuil de Rhins, Jules – was killed while riding to find the source of the Mekong River.

Eckleberg, Mary Ellen – rode from Winnipeg, Canada to New Orleans and back.

Egenes, John – rode ocean to ocean across the United States.

Ehlers, Otto – rode from Moulmein, Burma to Poofang, French Tonkin.

Elliott, Arthur – rode from Scotland to Cornwall.

Ende, Bernice – made multiple journeys in the USA and Canada.

Endlweber, Sonja – rode from Texas to Alaska.

Eng, Jeannette van der – rode from the Netherlands to Spain.

Erickson, William – rode in South America, including through the Darien Gap Jungle.

Etherton, Lieutenant Percy – rode from Kashmir, Gilgit, over the Pamir Mountains, through Chinese Turkistan, Mongolia and on into Russian Siberia.

Fairbank, Tom - rode from Washington to Montana.

Falconer, John – rode across Nigeria.

Farson, Negley – rode through the Caucasus Mountains.

Feary, Jayme – rode along the Continental Divide Trail.

Fields, Fawn – at the age of five, rode from Texas to Arizona with the aid of her parents.

Filchner, Wilhelm – rode in Central Asia and in Antarctica.

Fintari, Suellen – rode from Michigan to Alaska.

Firouz, Louise – rode in Iran.

Fischer, Andre – rode from Patagonia to Bolivia.

Fissenko, Vladimir – rode from the bottom of Patagonia to the top of Alaska, via the Darien Gap jungle.

Fleming, Peter – rode from Peking, China to Srinigar, Kashmir.

Folkins, Bonnie – made multiple journeys in Mongolia and Kazakhstan.

Fox, Ernest – rode through Afghanistan.

Franconie, Pascale - rode from France to Arabia and back.

Frankland, Charles Colville – rode through the Ottoman Empire and Egypt.

Freeman, Lewis – led an expedition through the Canadian Rocky  Mountains.

Fukushima, Baron Yasumasa – rode from Berlin, Germany to Tokyo, Japan.

Galwan, Ghulam Rassul – rode through Ladakh and Turkestan.

Gasseolis, Hugo – rode from General Madariaga Argentina to New York City, USA.

Gillespie, Lloyd and Isabel – rode around the periphery of South Africa.

Gillmore, Parker – rode through South Africa.

Gilmore, James – rode across Mongolia.

Gist, Christopher – made the first exploration of the Ohio Country.

Glazier, Willard – made the first known ocean to ocean ride across the United States.

Goodwin, Joe – rode from Laredo, Texas to Mexico, City.

Gordon, Cora and Jan - explored Albania on horseback.

Gottet, Hans-Jόrgen and Claudia – rode from Arabia to the Swiss Alps.

Gouraud, Jean-Louis – rode from Paris to Moscow.

Gray, Susie – rode from Canterbury, England to Santiago, Spain.

Greene, Graham – rode in Mexico.

Guibaut, Andre - attempted to reach Tibet by riding through China’s Yellow River Gorge.

Hamer, Colleen – rode in the United States.

Hamilton, Bill – rode from Arizona to Canada.

Hanbury-Tenison, Robin and Louella – rode in Albania, China, France, New Zealand and Spain.

Harlan, Josiah – rode from India to Kabul, Afghanistan

Harrison, Marguerite – rode across the Zagros Mountains and through Persia.

Haslund, Henning – rode in Mongolia and Siberia.

Hassanein, Sir Ahmed Mohammed – rode through the Libyan Desert.

Hausleitner, Horst – rode across Lesotho, South Africa, Botswana, Zambia, Tanzania and Kenya.

Haynes, John Wayne – rode from Hudson, Michigan to Santa Fe, New Mexico.

Heath, Frank – rode to all 48 American states.

Hedin, Sven – rode in India, Persia,Tibet and Turkestan.

Henchie, Christine - rode through Tunisia, Libya, Egypt, Sudan, Uganda and Tanzania.

Hengesbaugh, Jeff – rode from Arizona to Canada.

Herbert, Aubrey – rode through Anatolia, Arabia, Mesopotamia, the Middle East and the Balkans.

Hietkamp, Eva – rode in France and Spain.

Hill, Elizabeth – rode from Germany to Spain and then rode through Great Britain.

Hofstee, Wendy – rode through Ecuador.

Holt, William – rode through England, France, Italy, Austria and Germany.

Hooker, Ralph – made multiple journeys in the United States.

Hopkinson, Arthur and Eleanor – rode in India and Tibet.

Horiguichi, Robert – rode from Laredo, Texas to Mexico City.

Huc, Ιvariste Rιgis – rode through China, Tartary and Tibet.

Hόllmandel, Kerstin – rode from Mφnchsondheim, Germany to Santiago de Compostela, Spain.

Hurst, Hawk – rode from Mexico to Canada.

Ilmoni, Tony – rode from Kyrgyzstan to Beijing, China.

Irving, Washington – rode in Spain.

Jackson, Frederick George – rode in Australia and the Arctic Circle.

Jacobs, Michel - rode from Amsterdam to St. Petersburg.

James, Jeremy – rode across Turkey, Europe and Great Britain.

Jebb, Louisa – rode through the Ottoman Empire.

Johnson, Polly – rode from Anchorage, Alaska to Seattle, Washington.

Johnson, Stephen – rode from Arizona to Canada.

Kavanagh. Arthur – rode in Egypt, Palestine, Russia, Persia, India and Ireland.

Kempf, Marc – rode across Canada and the United States.

Khan, Noor Mohammad – rode in Pakistan.

Kidner, Christopher – rode from Osh, Kyrghizstan to Panjshir, Afghanistan.

Kikkuli – rode in Assyria.

Kinglake, Alexander William – rode from Serbia to Egypt.

Kino, Father Eusebio – rode through the unexplored areas of Mexico, Baja California and the Southwest.

Kirouac, Vincent – rode across Canada.

Kluckhohn, Clyde – rode through Arizona, Utah and New Mexico.

Knaus, Albert - rode from Mφnchsondheim, Germany to Santiago de Compostela, Spain

Koch, Johan Peter – rode across Greenland.

Kohmanns, Barbara – rode from Ecuador to Mexico.

Kohn, Kareen – rode in India, Peru and Ecuador.

Kopas, Cliff – rode through the Canadian Rocky Mountains.

Kotwicki, Tadeusz – rode from Jambyl, Kazakhstan to Moscow, Russia. He also rode from Patagonia to the USA.

Kovačič, Janja – rode from Uruguay to Bolivia.

Kraus, Orion – rode from Mexico to Costa Rica.

Krebs, Carl – rode from Irkutsk, Siberia to Peking, China

Kudasheva, Alexandra – rode across Siberia and Central Asia.

Labouchere, John – rode in Argentina and Chile.

Lambie, Thomas – rode in Abyssinia.

Landerer, Evelyn – rode in Mongolia and Siberia.

Langford, Pete – rode across New Zealand.

Langlet, Valdemar – rode in Russia.

Larssen, Renate – rode from Sweden to Syria.

Layard, Sir Austen Henry – rode from Montenegro to Persia.

Leaf, Lucy – rode across the USA and back.

Leigh, Margaret – rode from Cornwall to Scotland.

Leite, Filipe – rode from Canada to Brazil.

Leite, Luis – rode across Mexico.

Linneaus, Carl – rode through Lapland.

Liotard, Louis – was killed by bandits while riding through China’s Yellow River Gorge.

Littlechild, Katrina – rode in England.

Lloyd, Lynn – rode from Pennsylvania to California.

Losey, Linda – rode ocean to ocean across the United States.

Lucas, Alan – rode in Great Britain.

MacDermott, Hugh – rode in Argentina and Chile.

MacGahan, Januarius - rode from Fort Perovsky, Russia, across the Kyzil-Kum Desert to Adam-Kurulgan ("Fatal to Men"), Kyrgyzstan.

MacKiernan, Douglas - rode through Mongolia, Turkestan and Tibet.

Maddison, Jamie – rode across Kazakhstan.

Maillart, Ella – rode from Peking, China to Srinigar, Kashmir.

Mannerheim, Baron Carl Gustaf – rode from Andizhan in Russian Turkestan to Beijing, China.

Marsden, Kate – rode across Russia and Siberia.

Marshall, Clay – rode across the American Southwest.

Masarotti, Dario – made multiple rides in Europe and Russia.

Matschkus, Sabine - rode through France, Germany, Lithuania, Poland, Portugal, Russia and Spain.

McCutcheon, John – rode in Siberia.

McCutcheon, Steve – rode in India, Pakistan and China.

McGrath, Jeanette and Richard – rode ocean to ocean across the United States.

Meline, Colonel James – rode from Fort Leavenworth, Kansas to Santa Fe, New Mexico and back.

Messurier, Colonel le – rode across Persia.

Meunier, Louis – rode in Afghanistan and France.

Michaux, Andrι – rode through the eastern portion of the United States.

Mills, Andi – rode across the American Southwest.

Moryson, Fynes – rode through Germany, Bohemia, Switzerland, Netherlands, Denmark, Poland, Italy, Turkey, France, England, Scotland and Ireland.

Moser, Henri – rode from St. Petersburg to Tashkent, then rode on to Samarkand, Bukhara and Khiva, made his way to Tehran, crossed the Caucasus Mountains and finally emerged at Istanbul.

Muir Watson, Sharon – rode the length of Australia’s Bicentennial National Trail.

Mullan, Tim – rode in Mongolia.

Murray, Barry – rode the length of the Pacific Crest Trail.

Naysmith, Gordon – rode across South Africa, Lesotho, Rhodesia, Mozambique, Malawi, Tanzania, Kenya, Ethiopia, Arabia, Jordan, Syria, Greece, Macedonia, Yugoslavia, Hungary and Austria.

Naysmith, Ria Bosman - rode across South Africa, Lesotho, Rhodesia, Mozambique, Malawi, Tanzania and Kenya.

Nelson, Walter - rode from Arizona to New Mexico across the Despoblado Desert.

New, Edie - rode across the American Southwest.

Norton, Virl – rode from Illinois to Washington DC.

Nott, Steve – rode around the perimeter of Australia, then led two mounted expeditions in Africa.

O’Connor, Stephen – rode from Spain to England, then made a journey around the perimeter of Ireland.

O’Hara Bates, Susan – rode from the Mexican border to Canada.

O’Leary, Caitriona – rode in India.

Olufsen, Ole – rode through the Pamir Mountains.

O’Reilly, Basha – rode across Russia, Belarus and Poland, then made a journey along the Outlaw Trail.

O’Reilly, CuChullaine – rode through the North West Frontier Province and led the Karakorum Expedition across Pakistan.

Orton, James – rode through Bolivia.

Oliver, Justine – rode through Argentina.

Φstrup, Jocham – rode through Egypt and the Ottoman Empire.

Pagnamenta, Mary – rode across New Zealand.

Paine, Tracy – rode from Maine to Florida, across to California and north to Washington.

Park, Mungo – rode through Gambia and Senegal.

Patterson, George – rode in Tibet and India.

Pavin, Magali - rode from France to Central Asia and back.

Perdue, Stan – rode from Georgia to Arizona.

Peshkov, Dmitri – rode from Blagoveshchensk, Siberia to St. Petersburg, Russia.

Pfeiffer, Ida – rode across Iceland.

Phillips, Mefo – rode from Canterbury, England to Santiago, Spain and from Canterbury, England to Rome, Italy.

Piecuch, Ray – rode from New Hampshire to California.

Pinckney, Mike – rode from Mexico to Canada.

Plumpelly, Raphael – rode across Turkestan.

Pocock, Roger – rode the Outlaw Trail from Fort MacLeod, Canada to Mexico City.

Polier, Marc von – rode in the United States.

Posty, Thierry – rode in Alaska, Australia, Canada, Cuba, Europe, Japan, Mongolia, South America and South Africa.

Preston, Douglas – rode from Arizona to New Mexico across the Despoblado Desert.

Prince, Hezekiah – rode across New England.

Rameaux, Constance – rode across Argentina, Bolivia, Peru, Ecuador and Columbia.

Ransom, Jay – rode to 48 state capitals in the USA.

Ray, George – rode through the Gran Chaco Jungle of Paraguay.

Rayne, Raymond - rode to 48 state capitals in the USA.

Reddaway, William – rode to thirty of Great Britain’s historic cathedrals and abbeys.

Reynal, Benjamin – rode through Argentina.

Rhydr, Sea G. – rode from California to Maine.

Rickert, Hjoerdis – rode across France and Spain, at the age of nine.

Roberts, Ken – rode the length of Australia’s Bicentennial National Trail.

Robinson, Daniel – journeyed across China, Tibet and into India.

Robinson, Ian – rode in Mongolia, Tibet, Afghanistan and Siberia.

Rock, Joseph – rode through the border provinces of Qinghai, Gansu, and Sichuan in China.

Rose, W.C. – rode though Mexico, Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Panamα, Columbia, Ecuador, Peru, Paraguay and Argentina.

von Rosen, Countess Linde – rode from Stockholm, Sweden to Rome, Italy.

Rumpl, Margaret – rode from Austria to Spain.

Russell, Allen – rode from Canada to Mexico.

Russell, Katie – rode from Washington to Montana.

Rustenholz, Philippe – rode across Argentina.

Ruxton, George – rode from Vera Cruz, Mexico to Santa Fe, New Mexico.

Saether, Howard – rode from Uruguay to Bolivia.

Salzmann, Erich von – rode from Tientsin, China to Tashkent, Uzbekistan.

Saupiquet, Isabelle – rode in France and Europe.

Savage Landor, Henry – rode in Japan and Tibet.

Schamber, Pat and Linda – rode ocean to ocean across the United States.

Schoedsack, Ernest – rode across Persia.

Schoener, Otto – rode from Kashgar, Turkestan to Srinigar, Kashmir.

Schwarz, Captain Otto – rode in Europe, North and South America, Iceland, Scotland and Japan.

Schweiger, Robert – rode from Ilinois to Texas.

Scott, Quincy and Ella – rode from Minnesota to Washington.

Scott, Robert Falcon - was part of the Terra Nova Expedition to Antarctica.

Seney, Robert – made multiple journeys in the United States.

Shackleton, Ernest – led the Nimrod Expedition in Antarctica.

Shamsuddin, Hadji – rode across Afghanistan.

Shaw, Robert – rode from Ladakh, across the Karakorum Mountains, into Turkestan.

Shoji, Professor Takeshi – rode across Japan.

Shor, Jean and Frank - rode across the Wakhan Corridor of Afghanistan to Gilgit, Pakistan.

Sigurdsson, Vigfus – rode across Greenland.

Singh, Giyan – rode from Kashmir, north to Gilgit, across the Pamir Mountains, through Turkistan, Mongolia and into Siberia.

Skifter, Gorm - rode across the Arctic Circle and through Lapland, Sweden, Norway and Denmark.

Skrede, Wilfred – rode across Turkestan and into India.

Slade, Daniel Denison – rode across New England.

Smeaton Chase, Joseph – rode from Mexico to Oregon and across the Mojave Desert.

Smith, Lt. Cornelius – rode from Fort Wingate, Arizona to Fort Sam Houston, Texas.

Somerset Maugham, William – rode across Spain.

Southey, Sam – rode in Mongolia.

Spizzo, Antonietta - made multiple rides in Europe and Russia.

Spleiss, Chantal – rode in Europe.

Stebbing, Edward Percy – rode across Great Britain.

Stein, Esther – rode across Lesotho, South Africa, Botswana, Zambia, Tanzania and Kenya.

Stevens, Thomas – rode across Russia.

Stewart, Lisa - rode through New Mexico, Colorado, Utah, Wyoming, Colorado, Kansas and Missouri.

Strandberg. Mikael – rode across Patagonia.

Strong, Anna Louise – rode through the Pamir Mountains and across Tadjikistan.

Suttle, Gill – rode across Syria.

Swale Pope, Rosie – rode through Chile.

Swift, Jonathan – rode across Ireland.

Sykes, Ella – rode across the Ottoman Empire, Persia and India.

Szesciorka, Samantha - made a Long Ride in Nevada

Tanner, Diamond Dick – rode from Nebraska to New York and back.

Thomas, Carine - rode across New Caldenonia and along Australia’s Bicentennial National Trail.

Thompson, Catherine – rode across Western Canada.

Thurlow Craig, Charles – rode across the Gran Chaco Jungle in Paraguay and Brazil.

Trinkler, Emil – rode across Afghanistan.

Tschiffely, Aimι – rode across Argentina, Bolivia, Peru, Ecuador, Columbia, Panama, Costa Rica, Honduras, El Salvador, Guatemala, Mexico and the United States.

Tsutsumi, Hideyo – rode across Japan.

Tucker, Luke – rode across France and England.

Tugler, Marie-Emmanuelle – rode across Brazil and Bolivia.

Turner, Penny – rode through Greece.

Ure, Sir John – rode in Chile and Argentina

Vasconcellos, Raul and Margarita – rode across the USA, Mexico, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Panama, Peru, Bolivia and Argentina.

Verdaasdonk, Ingrid – rode in Spain and France.

Vickers, Simon – rode through Brazil.

Vischer, Hanns – rode across the Sahara Desert, from Tripoli, Tunisia to Lake Chad.

Vision, DC - rode from Maine to Florida, across to California, north to Washington and east to Missouri.

Walchuk, Stan - rode from Alberta, Canada into Alaska.

Wallace, Harold – rode from Shanghai, China to London, England.

Wamser, Gόnter – rode from Patagonia to Alaska.

Waridel, Catherine – rode from the Crimea to Karakorum in Mongolia,

Wauters, Robert – made multiple journeys in Europe.

Weale, Magdalene – rode in Great Britain.

Weeks, Edwin Lord - rode across Turkey and Persia.

Wegener, Alfred – rode in Greenland.

Wentworth Day, James – rode in England.

Westarp, Eberhard von – rode across the Ottoman Empire and Persia.

White, Iain - rode from Brisbane to Melbourne in Australia.

Wilde, Oscar – rode in Greece.

Wilder, Jim and Janine – made multiple journeys in the United States.

Wilkins, Mesannie – rode from Maine to California.

Wilson, Andrew – rode through the Himalaya Mountains from Ladakh to Afghanistan.

Windt, Harry de – rode across Persia and Baluchistan.

Winter, Mike – rode in the USA.

Witz, Marc - rode across Brazil and Bolivia.

Wonfor, Peter - rode from Chipinge, Zimbabwe to Mbeya, Tanzania.

Wood , Lisa – rode ocean to ocean across the United States.

Wood Gee, Vyv and Elsa – rode from John ‘Groats, Scotland, to Land’s End, Cornwall.

Wooldridge, Howard – rode ocean to ocean across the United States, in both directions.

Yamakawa, Kohei – rode across Japan.

Yavorski, Deb – rode ocean to ocean across the United States.

Young, Arthur – rode in Ireland, England and France.

Younghusband, George – rode across Burma.

Zemuun, Temuujin – rode in Mongolia.


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