Why ride a horse when you can ski behind one?


Deepak verma

c. 1909Image: Anders Beer Wilse / Arts Council Norway via Europeana”Skijoring”: the word derives from the Norwegian skikjøring, which translates as “ski driving” in English. In a skijoring race, skiiers being pulled by a riderless horse on a frozen lake.The race typically lasts between 5 and 20 kilo
February 28, 2015 at 03:36PM
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