Elizabeth McCall

Elizabeth McCall

Passionate about horses, travel, and entertainment, Elizabeth Kaye McCall can be found either in the saddle or trotting the globe when not home in “HorseTown USA”  Norco, California, writing about it. The author of The Tao of Horses: Exploring How Horses Guide Us on Our Spiritual Path (Adams Media), Elizabeth worked as the horse industry liaison for the acclaimed Canadian equestrian spectacle Cavalia on its North American tour. A frequent contributor to mainstream and equestrian media, her articles have appeared in USA Weekend, Los Angeles Times, Seattle Post-Intelligencer, Hemispheres, America’s Horse, Cowboys & Indians, Dresssage Today, Texas Horse Talk, TravelAge West, and more. Elizabeth handled publicity for the lauded French equestrian theater company Zingaro during its only West Coast engagement in the United States. She is currently a consultant to the award-wining Arabian Nights dinner attraction in Orlando, Florida. Elizabeth contributed to the book, the Ultimate Horse Lover, just out from Health Communications, Inc. A member of American Horse Publications and American Horse Council, Elizabeth is a lifelong equestrian. She recently became the proud owner of an Al Khamsa Egyptian Arabian stallion.

Radio Shows featuring Elizabeth McCall

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LEGACY SHOW: Horseback riding on the Big Island of Hawaii

This broadcast is a favorite legacy show that we produced under our old name Travel’n On and before re-branding as WORLD FOOTPRINTS. Saddle up with Tonya and Ian as they speak to Equestrian Travel expert Elizabeth McCall about the best places to horseback ride on the Big Island. The largest and youngest island in the Hawaiian chain is called Hawaii. Its sheer immensity is overwhelming; it is about twice as large as all the other Hawaiian Islands put together (thus its moniker, “Big Island”).  Due to the shielding effect and altitudes of the enormous mountains Maunakea and Maunaloa, you may travel through all but four of the world’s major climate zones here, from Wet Tropical to Polar Tundra.  … Read more  

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