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What makes an equestrian business work and thrive? Join our engaging, insightful, and entertaining conversations with business leaders and entrepreneurs across the equestrian industry to learn how to start, maintain, and enjoy a successful business.
 
Equestrian Voices dives deep into the emotions, lives, stories, and everything we don't talk about when it comes to life as an equestrian. Join our host, Caroline Culbertson, for vulnerable, different, and sometimes hilarious chats with riders from all backgrounds. We want to get the 'human' out of horse people. Thanks for being here.
 
An all-access, real-life digital show with global equestrian celebrities from riders to professionals. They tried it so you don’t have to! Listen to international equestrians as they talk about their journeys, training tips, and more – nothing is off-limits! Enjoy the REAL Equestrian Experience. By equestrians, for equestrians.
 
Welcome to the Equestrian Perspective Podcast - hosted by Felicity Davies, a 30-year old who is obsessed with helping horses and riders feel confident in any environment whilst using compassionate methods. On this podcast, you'll be given a collection of Felicity's best trainings so you can truly understand your horse, form an amazing relationship with them and feel empowered in the pursuit of your dreams. So get ready, you're about to have a new equestrian perspective!
 
This is THE horse podcast for women who love travel, adventure and horses. 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 ...
 
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 is a podcast for equestrians, as we talk about life in and out of the show ring. I draw on my experiences in the horse world as well as talk with various guests to gain their insights ... all to help you hit your stride!
 
If you are tired of riding the endless circle, or you're struggling to find inspiration for your riding each week, this is the podcast for you. The Daily Strides Podcast is for equestrians wanting to learn more, stay inspired, and continue to move the conversation between horse and rider forward. Each episode provides step by step guided instruction on different aspects of riding, groundwork, and lunging your horse or pony. All episodes have a full blog post published at https://StridesForSu ...
 
The Elaine Heney podcast is a global equestrian show for equestrians all over the world, who want to build an inspiring partnership with their horse using ‘Listening to the Horse’ inspired ground & riding lessons & approaches. If you love natural horsemanship, liberty work, polework training, groundwork, lateral movements, trail riding & vaquero horsemanship, you are in the right place! As horse owners we take as long as it takes. We understand that horsemanship is a lifelong journey. And we ...
 
The official podcast from the British Equestrian Federation, presented by Rachel Dyke and Matt Williams. Millions of people take part in our great sport many of them every day. We're here to celebrate them and tell their stories. From our gold medallists to the riders who are just in it for the love, we'll be talking to them all.
 
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!
 
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What does your average ride or training session with your horse look like? Do you have a riding routine that you follow? If yours is leaning towards, or if it already is, a little too predictable; maybe it's time for a change? While riding the same sequence often can sometimes be beneficial to your riding and training (more on that later), for the …
 
Today I am talking with Sandra Schmid about doing farm work with horses. Ever since my carriage driving course this summer, I am hooked. I love the idea of ploughing with horses or bringing in timber with them. Sandra is doing all this and much more with the Irish Cobs Henry and Flora on her little farm in Western Ireland. She tells us today what a…
 
Balck Friday Sale: www.greyponysale.com Get the Rideable Horse Riding Tracker app: www.rideableapp.com Get the Dressage Hero app: www.dressagehero.com Download the free iPhone polework app. Download the free Android polework app. The new t-shirt & hoodie collection is here. I’m Elaine Heney, a horsewoman, creator of the award-winning Listening to t…
 
Here are just two ideas you will come to embrace after the latest episode of 'Hitting Your Stride': failure is not an ending, and your original idea will not be your final idea. Those are just two notions that Nicole Verkindt shares with Tracey and her listeners in this episode. The Ivey School of Business graduate and one of Canada's leading entre…
 
Before 5* eventer Sarah Olivier (nee Stretton) became a mum, she had ridden most of the United Kingdom’s most challenging courses and produced a number of tricky horses. Sarah’s riding aspirations haven’t changed, but now, with her two-year-old daughter in tow, it’s all about finding the perfect eventing equilibrium. In today’s podcast, Sarah share…
 
In this episode, I chat with Katherine Lowry, an Equestrian Biomechanics Clinician based in the United States. Together we dive into: When she started riding and how she never knew her mum was into horses before having children Learning to ride and the importance of developing an independent seat Her journey to becoming a horse trainer and how work…
 
Community support is crucial to growing and sustaining your business. How do you support your community? Do they support you back? Today's guests will talk about Community Involvement in their own businesses. Equestrian B2B Guests and Links Episode : Hosts: Jennifer Wood and Jennifer Connor of EQ Businesswomen Photo Credit: Equivont Guest: Jessica …
 
Ever wonder what your horse thinks of you? What his personality is? How he likes for you to communicate with him? Many (most) of us might not have given this less obvious aspect of riding and training too much thought, but it might be a big key to unlocking potential and success (whatever that means for you and your horse). International level dres…
 
Workout with me in your ears! Grab some dumbbells and lets get to it with this 15 minute workout for riders Get your download and video links here: https://www.eventingfit.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/15-min-total-body-for-equestrians.pdf Ride Strong Academy : https://www.trainerize.me/checkout/eventfit/Jenni.Douglas?planID=132907&mode=checkout W…
 
Mounted games for those of us that are still kids at heart. Mounted games are a branch of equestrian sport in which fast games are played by people of all ages on ponies up to the height of 15 hands (60 inches or 152 cm). Participating in the Mounted Games requires a high degree of athletic ability, good riding skills, hand-eye coordination, and a …
 
Small but mighty, the Fjord horse is one of the world's oldest and purest breeds. Dated back to the Viking era the Fjord horses have been selectively bred for at least 2000 years. The fjord horses are strongly built. measuring between 13-14 hands, and fall into the 900 -1200 pound range. These mild-tempered horses are strong enough to plow the fiel…
 
What goes up, must come down. For every upward transition you ride with your horse, you will follow it, at some point, with a downward transition. For many riders, these can prove a little more complex to balance. Having to prepare and then guide both yourself and your horse 'downwards', while continuing to maintain forwardness, tension, and energy…
 
Get the Rideable Horse Riding Tracker app: www.rideableapp.com Get the Dressage Hero app: www.dressagehero.com Download the free iPhone polework app. Download the free Android polework app. The new t-shirt & hoodie collection is here. I’m Elaine Heney, a horsewoman, creator of the award-winning Listening to the Horse documentary & #1 best-selling a…
 
In this episode, I chat with one of my wonderful Confident Equestrian Program (CEP) graduates, Amy Bianchi. She is a mum of 3, an Earth Energy Guide, and she joined CEP to help her daughter's pony feel more confident and expand her skills. Together we chat about: How she was able to apply her own medicine to her horse training The mindset shifts sh…
 
Tracey engages in conversation with a two-time Olympian and PanAm Games silver medalist Jacqueline Brooks on a wide range of topics. She talks about her multi-sport training approach, doing what got you here and not trying to be a gold medalist, and how everyone needs someone really in their corner in the equestrian world. Brooks reveals her unique…
 
Today I am talking with Anna Erickson about Endurance riding in Australia. Anna has recently participated in the prestigious Tom Quilty Gold Cup, a 100 miles endurance race and the unofficial national endurance championship of the country. She tells us all about her experience and why this historic race is special. We also talk about Endurance ridi…
 
How well do you ride upward transitions? For many riders, it can feel a little frustrating and ironic how many of them are anything but 'upward' as far as energy and lightness go! In fact, sometimes they can feel quite the opposite, flat. Upward transitions are part and parcel of every single ride you do with your horse. From the 'halt to walk' one…
 
Get the Rideable Horse Riding Tracker app: www.rideableapp.com Get the Dressage Hero app: www.dressagehero.com Download the free iPhone polework app. Download the free Android polework app. The new t-shirt & hoodie collection is here. I’m Elaine Heney, a horsewoman, creator of the award-winning Listening to the Horse documentary & #1 best-selling a…
 
Claire Lund from Bombers helps riders from all over the world choose and fit the right bit for their horses. Driven by the Bombers’ philosophy that, “pressure equals resistance and resistance equals lack of control”, Claire is passionate about demonstrating willingness and responsiveness in horses who are listened to, and consequently, bitted corre…
 
In this episode, I chat with Confident Equestrian Program (CEP) graduate Kellie McCleave. Kellie joined CEP because she was having some trouble helping her very sensitive warmblood and wanted to pursue her dressage goals confidently and safely. Little did she realise that her goals would actually change along the way as she started to connect with …
 
Have you ever wondered where the wild horses actually came from? Today's podcast takes us on a journey into the mysterious world of wild horses. In today's episode, we look at the Canadian brand of wild horses and the areas they live in. This will start a series where we look at Wild horses from all around the world. We will learn about how they ar…
 
People often say "It's just a trail horse!" which implies that a trail horse is a horse which can only walk straight and nothing else. It could not be further from the truth. A good trail horse is light and responsive and a good trail horse is confident and trusts in its rider. But above all, a good trail horse is bomb-proof. Today I am talking abo…
 
Many riders have a desire to school and develop their own horse. Yet, a lot of these riders don't actually know what horse riding skills they need in order to make this a reality. The fact of the matter is that you are always training your horse. Every single interaction. Through your actions, intentional or not, you are always communicating to you…
 
Hate having difficult conversations? Wondering if it's just you? Do you want help figuring out how to navigate through them? Today's guests have had plenty of experience with tough conversations. Learn how they manage getting through and survive to tell about it. Equestrian B2B Guests and Links Episode : Hosts: Jennifer Wood and Jennifer Connor of …
 
Get the Dressage Hero app: www.dressagehero.com Download the free iPhone polework app. Download the free Android polework app. The new t-shirt & hoodie collection is here. I’m Elaine Heney, a horsewoman, creator of the award-winning Listening to the Horse documentary & #1 best-selling author from Ireland. I hope that you’ve been enjoying this podca…
 
What kind of riding boots do you wear? If you are an English rider are there a pair of tall boots in your closet? perhaps a short pair of paddock boots. Now a western rider probably has a couple of pairs, one for riding and one for going to town. Do you prefer the classic or are you more of a roper wearer? Join Ute and Heather in today's podcast as…
 
It’s a family affair for the thoroughbred-loving Richardsons of Vantage Hill in Scone, Australia! Nikki (Olympic eventer), Blair (5* eventer) and son Charlie (junior eventer and show jumper) pre-train up to 250 potential racehorses each year. Huge advocates of life after racing, the Richardson family are experts in turning off-the-track thoroughbre…
 
Ok, desensitising can be a bit of a taboo word in the compassionate horsemanship realm BUT I want to explain why I use that term and why I actually love desensitising, which is why I decided to create this episode! Listen in to hear about: What desensitising IS and ISN'T The benefits if done correctly and why you should consider adding it to your t…
 
Overwhelm can lead to paralysis of action and leave us in a hole of self-doubt and eventually burnout. This is a self indulgent podcast for me today because as I was doing some self coaching through this myself I thought what better than to share what I have learned from my listenings and readings over time than with you all. Ride Strong Academy : …
 
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. In today's episode of the EQA Book Club, Ute is talking with Claire Eckhard about her book Gallant - Call of the Trail, a story of a young girl and her horse. The book is modelled loosely on the life o…
 
The culture surrounding equestrian sport is, by and large, not generally welcoming to conversations about mental health, nor is it accommodating for participants who need to seek help + resources for mental illness or hardships. There are barriers for those who struggle with mental illness that are particular to our community and to its customs and…
 
In today's podcast episode I am talking about my recent experiences as a horse breeder. We have always had some foals here and there, breeding our own safari horses. But never more than two or maximum three in the same year. This year we got five, so there is plenty of work. Night watches, midwife duties and kindergarten have been my daily life thi…
 
What would happen to your riding if you began to put a little more effort and intention into each warm up? Many riders are literally setting a timer for each warm up. 5 minutes of walking, followed by some trotting and maybe a canter or three... Your warm up is a way to set the tone of the whole conversation with your horse. Whether that is a groun…
 
Taylor Stafford of Anatomeq Inc., joins Tracey for the latest episode of Hitting Your Stride, and the pair of entrepreneurs talk shop about thinking bigger and breaking the mold when it comes to turning a vision into reality. A believer in being hands-on and getting involved, Stafford talked about how she followed her passion and belief that she co…
 
So, what is strength and conditioning? Is it really that scary? Just for big buff men? How does it apply to horse-rider? In this episode Jenni discusses what strength and conditioning is and tries to myth bust some common misconceptions. Ride Strong Academy : https://www.trainerize.me/checkout/eventfit/Jenni.Douglas?planID=132907&mode=checkout Webs…
 
In today's podcast episode I am talking about the activity most of as have missed the most during the last months: Trail riding! Riding horses in foreign countries, through deserts, mountains or plains. Discovering new cultures and making new friends. Who has not missed all this? Together with my guest Susan Wirth, we are swapping some of our favou…
 
There have been many times in my life when I have worried about what other people think and have trusted other people's judgment over my own. Like when I: -was competing and wanted external validation -was showing and wanted to learn about horsemanship -would have lessons with people I look up to -was trying to blend horsemanship and competing -fir…
 
Today we virtually visit a very special country in Central Asia: Kyrgyzstan. Situated at the crossroads of the Silk Road and squeezed between ancient empires, it boasts of a fascinating horse culture. Helene from France has made Kyrgyzstan her home and has lived there for more than 20 years, owning around 50 horses. She helped Ashley and her partne…
 
There is an energy that we experience when we are out on the trail with our horses. It can feel like an added enthusiasm from both horse and rider. And, maybe, blended with the thought of unlimited possibilities. Whatever the reason for it, as riders we can begin to use this energy to develop our horse's training and our own riding skills. Things t…
 
Hello Adventuresses, Heather and Ute took over the podcast to share with you a catch-up episode on all the fun things they have going on. Being an adventuress has many hats! For example, Ute has been acting as a midwife these past few weeks, while her mares have been in foaling season. A new little colt arrived shortly after we recorded this episod…
 
Download the free iPhone polework app. Download the free Android polework app. The new t-shirt & hoodie collection is here. I’m Elaine Heney, a horsewoman, creator of the award-winning Listening to the Horse documentary & #1 best-selling author from Ireland. I hope that you’ve been enjoying this podcast episode. If you need help with your horse, he…
 
Dr Luke Wells-Smith from Motion Equine Centre is an equine veterinarian who specialises in hooves. Even as a 15-year-old shoeing horses in his Grandad’s trail riding business, Luke understood that keeping horses sound revolved around correct foot care. Driven by a self-confessed addiction to making horses feel more comfortable, Luke consults to vet…
 
A needs analysis is conducted by a Strength and Conditioning coach prior to developing your training programme. This episode today delves into what a Needs Analysis is and how it can be conducted. The clip is taken from a lesson in the Train Like a Pro: Athletic Preparation for Equestrians course, for more info and to join head to https://jennis-sc…
 
I’ve been working on a secret project behind the scenes… and I’m so excited to reveal all :) As part of the Listenology book series, our brand new 2022 Listenology diary is here!! The 2022 Listenology diary includes: Quick view yearly calendar Set your goals with our monthly planner (one page per month) 12 x monthly equine to do lists Track your da…
 
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