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The Equestrian Performance and Fitness Podcast is brought to you by Equestrian Sports Specialist, Dr Jenni Douglas. Jenni has extensive research experience in equestrian sports with a focus on the riders performance and she along with guests will bring you conversation and insights into all aspects of equestrian performance including latest research, mindset, nutrition and fitness.
 
This delivery stream includes current Podcast episodes from the Daily Strides Podcast for Equestrians. Providing step by step guided instruction on a full range of different topics to do with horse riding and horsemanship. All episodes have a full blog post published at https://StridesForSuccess.com. New episodes are available every Monday. Stop riding endless circles in the arena with your horse by subscribing to the Daily Strides Podcast for Equestrians today and begin Making Every Ride Great
 
This is THE podcast for women who love horses, travel and adventure. On the show we feature outstanding women and their amazing and inspiring stories: Hear about crazy journeys on horseback in unique destinations. Listen to the stories of powerful women starting their own equine businesses abroad. Learn about the problems they faced and how they solved them. Follow them on their journeys to parts of the world where horse riding still is a very male dominated sport and industry. See how our f ...
 
Straight From the Horse's Mouth Radio Show is an interview podcast that features the most unique and interesting people in the horse world. I talk with artists, authors, inventors, entrepreneurs, therapists, horse communicators, anyone with an innovative and creative approach to horses. If you are passionate about horses - this is the show for you!
 
The half halt is a communication aid between you and your horse. It is your way of bringing your horses attention back to you, in order for you to then give directions about what you want him to do.Unfortunately what often ends up happening many riders is that they are so busy babbling to their horse - via the seat, legs, reins and fingers - that when they ride a half halt, their horse has completely tuned out. He is no longer part of the conversation at all.Simply put, the half halt is all ...
 
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On today’s episode, Ute talks about the Pushkar Mela, a religious festival, a large horse, camel & cattle market and a large Indian get-together and fair. All the images your mind conjures up when you hear the word India, come to life once a year in November, when this large & colourful festival takes place. It is the best place to meet Marwari hor…
 
How do some riders seem to simply handle ‘speed wobbles’ when they are riding? It seems as though nothing phases them. They simply effectively and efficiently get things back on track with minimum effort and drama… Their secret? They have swapped reacting versus responding when they ride. If you are the sort of rider who gets ‘triggered’ by certain…
 
In this podcast I chat to Nicola Stuart of Equestrian Fitness, we discuss how she started as an equestrian performance specialist, what she sees working with riders and her take home top tips for rider performance. http://www.equestrianfitness.co.uk/ nicola@equestrianfitness.co.ukPar JENNI DOUGLAS
 
Opportunity and Horses There comes a time in your riding career that you need to decide what you want from the endless hours, money, and energy you are putting into your art and sport. Why do you ride? Why do you cope with the heartache that follows horses? Why do you break your body down? Why do you add this stress to your life? In the midst of al…
 
On today's episode Heather visits with Samantha Hulme a restorative exercise specialist. They talk about a movement lifestyle you can use throughout your life, helping you in and out of the saddle. Restorative exercise works on the roots of your issues, exposing you compensations and blind spots and how to resolve them. Don't forget to continue to …
 
On todays episode Ute are Heather and trotting through another book for our Book Club series . They are reviewing some of the funny yet inspiring stories from the 2nd book in the Equestrian Series Going the Distance. And since it's Thanksgiving they share some tidbits about this famous American holiday. Please continue to submit your topic suggesti…
 
On today's episode Ute talks with Daniela Vadehra, endurance rider, horse breeder and nutritionist about how you can get your horses through winter without them losing condition or having health issues. Does your horse's coat loses a bit of shine in winter or are you struggling with the question: To rug or not to rug? We will address all these issu…
 
On today’s episode, Ute talks to Devan Horn, Equestrian Adventuress, Endurance Rider and Ultra Marathon Runner. Devan tells us all about her various horse riding adventures around the world and about how she prepares herself and her horses and how she finances her riding. In summer 2020 she organised the Covid Derby, a virtual 1000-Miles endurance …
 
Today we feature another Where to next episode! part of our destination series. Ute and Heather share some of their favourite things about riding in Spain, great places to visit, what to eat and drink and how to get around. They share some insight on the different riding areas and what to expect while you're there. Please continue to submit your su…
 
Sprinkled, like confetti. This is how I think the half halt should be applied to your ride. Little ones that are really everywhere. None of them too big. Or ‘stand out’. Yet all of them working together to give the desired effect or result. For many riders, the half halt, rather than being like confetti, becomes more like broadsheet newspapers scat…
 
On todays' episode Heather speaks with a fellow Canadian who is now a Swiss transplant. They discuss how she is preparing and training for the Mongol Derby. Can you imagine 1000km's, 10 days, 25 + horses an adventure of a lifetime. Heather and Stephanie talk about how she decided to give this amazing gift to herself and all the planning that this t…
 
This episode was inspired by the UK's lockdown 2.0 (2020) but also a paper (https://journals.humankinetics.com/view/journals/jcsp/13/3/article-p405.xml) entitled Mental Health in Equestrian Sport. What I would like from this podcast is for you to think about where your mental health is at, what triggers might affect it and what steps you can take t…
 
On today’s episode, Ute speaks with Christiane Slawik, one of the most famous equestrian photographers in Germany. Christiane has travelled all over the world to photograph horses and she is one of the few who can live from her work. Her photos appear in many different horse books, magazines and calendars internationally. Last year she published he…
 
Can you put into words what the half halt is? Let’s say you are speaking with your friend, who is not a horsey person, and you’re telling her all about the half halt. What would you say? This week I had two eye-opening conversations. One with a rider and one with my sister… I drew a similar conclusion from both conversations. My conclusion? There a…
 
Today Ute and Heather are answering your questions in another Q&A episode. Have you ever wanted to go on a day ride or even overnight ride with your horse? Then this is an episode you should listen to. The topics are how to tie or hobble your horse during breaks or overnight stays, portable electric fences and safety issues you should think about b…
 
On today's episode Heather speaks with a fitness trainer/instructor that explains the best way to start a fitness program. She shares some great inspiration on being the Best Version of Yourself, and that we all learned how to walk before we could run! Please continue to submit your topic ideas and questions for future shows. Full show notes https:…
 
On today's episode Ute talks with Daniela Vadehra, endurance rider, horse breeder and entrepreneur. Daniela's love for horses goes back to her childhood and when she received an Anglo-Arabian stallion as wedding gift, she decided to breed with him. Today she is a successful rider and breeder and lives with her family on a farm in Lower Austria clos…
 
What would happen to you and your riding if you began embracing your unique style as a rider? If instead of trying to ride like someone else, you began to really understand and know what it is to ride like you? I think that many riders are trying to ride like or act like someone else in their riding. Maybe it’s the rider at the barn who has been at…
 
On todays episode Heather and Ute share another where to next episode. This time they are travelling to Egypt. They discuss some history, culture, safety and of course horses and where to ride in this magnificent country. Seeing the pyramids through the ears of a horse will be ride you won't soon forget. Don't forget to continue to submit your topi…
 
On today's Heather and Ute talk all things techy. They share some information on popular horse apps that can be downloaded on to your phone. These apps can help with trail riding , health management and safety. They also share some information on halloween and tradition involved with that. Please continue to submit your questions and topic ideas fo…
 
Another episode with Adriana and Ute. Today they talk about the recent birth of a cloned Przewalski horse and how cloning of horses is done. Adriana who has done a lot of reproductive medicine in horses tells us the different steps involved, how difficult and expensive it is and we discuss the question whether it makes sense to clone a horse six ti…
 
What will you be doing with your horse this week? Seem’s like an innocent enough question… ‘Ah, a bit of this and a dash of that’... And there is the problem. If you committed to actually planning out the answer to this question for the coming 4 weeks in your riding, you can, potentially, change everything. The Same Thing = The Same Result So many …
 
Did you know that in India horses are considered divine? And that all horses descend from a winged horse with seven heads which emerged out of the ocean? All that is mythology of course, but even still, horses and horse traditions are crazy enough with the curly eared Marwaris and getting your horses blessed by the goddess! Today Ute will tell you …
 
On Todays episode Heather speaks with an equine First aid trainer who shares her journey with horses and provides some great tips on Equine First Aid. They discuss items you should always have in your first aid kit and items that are handy to keep in your saddle bags while out on the trails. Don't forget to continue submitting your questions and to…
 
The first episode of the EQA book club. If you love books, this is the perfect place for you. Once a month, Heather, Ute and sometimes Krystal, will talk about their favorite horsey book. Today Krystal reveals some interesting facts and information about the EQA book series and what she is planning for the future. And Heather and Ute are talking ab…
 
Equestrian Performance Council Round Table Discussion: Lower Back Pain Hosted by Nicole Brown Media (https://www.nicolebrownmedia.com) and including discussions with myself (https://www.eventingfit.com) and Tony Sandoval (https://www.coachsandotraining.com) Lisa Bauman (https://www.omriding.com) and Natasha Gunston (https://www.eventingphysiologist…
 
In today's episode Ute talks with Kate O'Brian who has a dream of living and working in India for a year. When she met her friend Dushyant on a plane and he told her about his plan to open a riding club in India, she immediately jumped on board and supported him, scuttling between India and Ireland. Finally she has managed to get an employment visa…
 
How many times have you been working with your horse on the lunge, only to have your line end up a tangled mess? Or perhaps your horse did something unexpected. Maybe he turned in or went from 0 to 60 in .5 of a second, and you couldn’t respond quickly enough because of a loopy, knotted, or twisted lunge line? Your lunge line is an important artifi…
 
On todays episode Heather shares with us the planning process she took in getting ready for her first international riding holiday. She share some advice on what to look for and how it is important to be honest with what you riding level is before you get your self in over your head. Please continue to submit your question and topic ideas for futur…
 
On todays episode Heather speaks with the ladies of the Caballo Blanco Horse Riding and Rescue. They discuss how the Owner Sarah left the UK in search of sunshine and found her little piece of Paradise. Listen to stories on how she keeps her overhead low so she is able to rescue and rehabilitate 100's of horses using her Mountain Therapy. She is we…
 
Have you ever considered that, if something is not ‘working’ in your riding, the reason might just be a lack of forward? We spend a lot of our focus on making sure we have established relaxation and rhythm. Yet, working forward is actually essential for either of those two to be present and working for you in your riding. Here are 4 simple actions …
 
On todays episode Ute and Heather introduce a new series to the show called Where to Next? This will be a regular segment where they talk about great places to go horse back riding. On todays episode they are discussing Virginia in the USA and the Camargue area in the south of France. Please continue to submit your questions and topic ideas for fut…
 
In today's episode Adriana, a horse vet from Brazil, and Ute are talking about what every rider should know about horses. They swap stories about horse feeding, horse keeping and horse behaviour. Why horses develop stable vices or stomach ulcers or what horses cannot vomit. The discuss a lot of interesting facts about horses and Ute asks some quest…
 
Your lunge line is not there to keep your horse on the circle while lunging. I would love for you to take a moment just to consider this statement. Is it at all possible that you have been using your lunge line, in some shape way or form to do this for you? If lunging is not enjoyable, a tug of war, or just too darn difficult, this could be why. Ha…
 
On today episode Heather interviews Katie Irwin, local Canadian gal who grew up eventing and now is the back country guide and manager for Banff Trail Riders in Banff National Park Canada. Hear stories of how her journey with horses began, how a trip to western Canada started her on an entire new path and some funny stories of working in the back c…
 
On today's episode Ute, Krystal and Heather get together to celebrate international podcast day. They discuss the history of how this became an annual event and they share some of their favourite podcasts. Hear stories of how Krystal discovered podcasts, Heather's guilty pleasure podcast and how Ute has turned the podcast into furthering her educat…
 
On today episode Ute and Heather answers a couple of questions that have come in off of the facebook group. 1st questions was about length of rides? Pro and cons of short afternoon rides versus the full day ones. The 2nd questions was about costs and how much you should be paying. Please continue to submit your questions and topic ideas, we enjoy a…
 
Are you guilty of saying one thing to your horse, when you actually mean another? You're not alone! This is the second part of a 2 part series all about blocking with your seat, and how to stop doing it! Part 1 is HERE Before we dive into the actual riding exercises you can do to discover if you have been blocking. And then, using those same exerci…
 
On today's episode Ute talks with Colleen Jackson, a female entrepreneur from Australia who started her own company Ride Proud, manufacturing and selling riding pants. They talk about what makes a perfect riding pants and how to start your own company. Colleen gives some insights and tips about how to be a successful business woman and how she turn…
 
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