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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.
 
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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.
 
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!
 
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.
 
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 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 ...
 
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 ...
 
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 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 ...
 
Untacked with Angelea Kelly, former host of Horse Girl TV, is by an equestrian for equestrians and horse enthusiasts of all ages and skill levels. HorseGirlTV plugged the classic equine world into the wired generation. This weekly series examines the exciting, poignant, and often hilarious tales of life, work, and love as told through life out of the saddle.
 
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What does It take to make a career change? We speak with two women who made their plan B (or C or D!) and took the leap into something new. Equestrian B2B Guests and Links Episode 14: Hosts: Jennifer Wood and Jennifer Connor of EQ Businesswomen Guest: Tattie Singer | Facebook | Instagram | LinkedIn Guest: Ruth Sorrel | Facebook | Instagram Addition…
 
How many fun facts on horses do you know? What was the fastest sprint? How many horse breeds are there, what is the average lifespan. These are just a few fun facts that we learn about during this podcast. Horses have been our transportation, worked our fields, help us break records, and comfort us when we are sad. So many great things to learn abo…
 
In this episode, I have a wide-ranging conversation with the lovely Shayleigh Evans from Guided Voices. She currently works as an Animal Communicator and is hoping to further develop her skills as a bodyworker and also teach others how to communicate with their animals on a deeper level. Together we chat about: *How she started her journey with hor…
 
Need a dose of inspiration and positivity to start the new year? Meet US Paralympian Sydney Collier. You’re going to love her. Sydney’s story truly has to be heard to be believed. Sydney was living an active, horse-filled childhood when her very rare syndrome was discovered at a routine eye appointment. The next several years included experimental …
 
Jenni breaks down what living in the middle, the grey and navigating away from black and white means to her and discusses some topics she will be covering in the podcast in 2022. Leave a review and screenshot it to me to be in with winning a free EventFit e book Want me to cover a topic? message me ideas on jenni@eventingfit.com If you want to come…
 
With one year of 'Hitting Your Stride' under her belt, Tracey takes the opportunity to sit down with her brother, Rob Mitchell, to go over the best ways to set goals for yourself. A new year is just around the corner, so the Mitchell siblings get into details on how to set and maintain goals, how reassuring yourself that you're on the right path is…
 
Elizabeth (Liz) Launder runs her own business, Osteopathy 4 Horse and Rider, and is the consultant osteopath for the Equine Therapy Centre at Hartpury College. In addition to attaining degrees in biological science, osteopathy and a masters in equine science, Liz’s education has come from the patients themselves – she’s assessed over 160,000 horses…
 
Parents of equestrians have a unique challenge when it comes to raising their horse-obsessed children including expense, time, and commitment of horse sports and horse care. But what is it like raising two horse-obsessed kids, ones who have made careers around their passion for these giant animals? Hear it straight from my parents, Illey and Gwen J…
 
Barrel racing is a rodeo or gymkhana sport where you and your horse complete a cloverleaf pattern as fast as you can. Both Men and Women compete in this sport, however, most rodeos only allow the ladies. Barrel racing is a race as the fastest time wins but there are lots of skills required to be a champion. Flying lead changes and balance are just …
 
Every cold season the same question pops up: To rug or not to rug? In many stables riders rug their horses because everyone does it, without ever questioning if their horse really requires a blanket or not. We still believe that when we feel cold, so does our horse. Today I want to talk about the pros and cons of rugging, which horses need blankets…
 
Cool, Calm & Collected is the ultimate program for equestrians to help you get out of your head and back to enjoying your horses! The first live round starts on the 17th of January - click here for more information! In this episode I talk you through: *Why I created this program *Who it is for and who it isn't for *What we will be covering (HINT- l…
 
Another season and another reason to share the passion, culture, and lifestyle of the Black horse industry! I am so thankful that you have continued to listen, share and interact with this platform and message. In this epsiode, I share with you: Season 5 Recap YBE Updates New Merch! Goals for 2022 Future Events and Partnerships Black Equestrian Net…
 
Wow, 2021 was a HUGE year for me and I wanted to share a recap of what happened as you guys helped me to create all of this!! PLUS Happy 1 year anniversary to the Equestrian Perspective Podcast - holy moly I can't believe it's been a whole year already! Thank you so much for listening and thank you to all of my guests for sharing their hearts with …
 
Italy, home to pasta, pizza, wine, and some pretty amazing horseback riding opportunities. In today's podcast, we are looking at riding in the northern part of Italy. Many riding opportunities are available in the heart of Chianti in the Tuscany region. For those looking for a multi-day ride or just a lesson, there is something for everyone. Many r…
 
Hear the story behind Para Reiner Holly Jacobson. Find out how she survived a tragic accident, changed careers, and got back into the saddle after eight years of reconstructive surgeries. Equestrian B2B Guests and Links Episode 13: Hosts: Jennifer Wood and Jennifer Connor of EQ Businesswomen Guest: Holly Jacobson Additional Support Provided by: Sau…
 
In today's episode Ute talks with Nina Sepp, bare-hoof trimmer and hoof technician from Germany. Nina tells us how to keep the hooves of our horses healthy and sound and what kind of alternatives are there to iron horse shoes which are better and more efficient for trail horses. Because at the end of the day, a horse is only as good as its hooves! …
 
The key to a good quality trot is to remember that your horse must be moving forwards at all times. I call this forwardness in the trot. This is not to be mistaken for running, rushing, or jig-jogging. True forwardness requires that you, the rider and decision-maker, must be thinking forwards throughout your ride… And, in this case, in the trot its…
 
In this episode, I chat with Katherine Lowry who is an Equestrian Biomechanics Clinician. Katherine has been on the podcast in the past (episode 45) but we ran out of time to dive into biomechanics on a deeper level so we decided to do a round 2 epsiode to build upon it...and will probably need a round 3 again in the future as we still didn't get t…
 
To close out the year, we're rounding up 7 of our favorite (and your favorite!) moments from the inaugural year of the Equestrian Voices podcast. We are so grateful for each and every one of you who listens, and can't wait for the conversations and episodes in store for 2022. See you in the new year! In no particular order, the clips are from these…
 
Planning. I love making plans. They are always so exciting to create, but often fail to deliver the necessary results when we try to act on them. This is usually because we are not planning correctly when it comes to our rides. This is a system you can use to help you plan your months in your riding that will help you move things along… This episod…
 
In this episode, I have a really interesting conversation with Josepha Guillaume who is an international horse trainer, instructor and author based in Belgium. Together we talk about: How she started riding (riding wild ponies and being introduced to classical dressage) How she didn't envisage a career with horses in the beginning as she deeply fel…
 
What makes a horse famous? Some get their fame from the Race track, the show-jumping ring, Hollywood, or even your own backyard. Today's episode is all about Famous horses in history! There are a few horses that have even gained their notoriety from being war heroes. These legendary equines have left their mark in history for all of us to remember.…
 
Get the Horse Strides GPS horse riding tracker app: www.horsestridesapp.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…
 
Riding in the Alpes is a dream of most long distance riders and I am talking today with an Equestrian Adventuress who has done plenty of riding there and tells me about her most recent ride from the Engadin to Lake Garda.Together with two friends she rode 770km in 5 weeks, crossing some impressive mountain ranges and riding from Switzerland to Ital…
 
There are hundreds, even thousands, of different exercises we can ride when schooling our horses. Often riders think that they have to get more and more complicated with their exercises in order to make progress in their riding. However, I personally believe that, for the most part, simple works better. In this episode of the Daily Strides Podcast,…
 
www.theequestrianexperiencepodcast.com questions@theequestrianexperiencepodcast.com Listen on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, and many more! THIS EPISODE It’s been a big year for hosts Amanda Ross and Bex Mason – from launching The Equestrian Experience podcast to navigating horse events during a pandemic, it’s little wonder they are both looking forward …
 
Discussing the importance of self-evaluation, how we set our goals, and the self-compassion we need to have for ourselves along the way, Tracey and Kendra spend time delving into both the psychological and physiological impacts that go along with stress and anxiety. Kendra makes clear the distinction between the two and how recognizing 'the tiger i…
 
In this episode, I chat with the lovely Amy Skinner from Amy Skinner Horsemanship. Her focus is on blending horsemanship and classical dressage for a relaxed partnership based on feel. Together we discuss: Amy's journey with horses and navigating different horsemanship and classical dressage realms An overview of the process she likes to take when …
 
Christmas ideas, that every equestrian will want this year! That is what the topic of today's show is all about. From stocking stuffers dream gifts, wants vs needs gifts, we cover them all, and maybe even throw in a candle that smells like accidental dismount. What's on your Christmas idea list? do you circle items in the tack shop flyer? or leave …
 
Learn more about Alexandra Cherubini, the founder and leader of EquiFit, inc., one of the most successful companies In the equestrian Industry that designs and manufactures technologically-advanced products. Equestrian B2B Guests and Links Episode 12: Hosts: Jennifer Wood and Jennifer Connor of EQ Businesswomen Guest: Alexandra Cherubini, Founder a…
 
In today's episode Ute talks with Daniela Vadehra, endurance rider, horse breeder and nutritionist about feeding our horses oil or oilseeds. Every winter plenty of horse owners start adding oil to their horse's diet without really knowing why. Daniela gives us a lot of background information on which oils or oilseeds to feed, which horses actually …
 
[Content Warning: Discussions of sexual misconduct and abuse of minors]. If we can’t talk about it, we can’t change it. Today on the podcast, we’re taking on a tough topic to think about, speak about, and navigate emotionally, but it’s critical to shine a light on in order to make the sport (and all sports) safer for our kids and athletes. Host Car…
 
How could becoming more intentional and creative with your warming up transform your riding? After all, it is something that you do every time you ride, right?! If you were to do one thing this month that has the potential to ripple into all the months hereafter where your riding is concerned; becoming intentional about your warming up might just b…
 
From riding with Rutgers University to riding with Crazy Faith, Chelsea has taken more than one step to make sure she can enjoy horses on her own terms. In this episode, Chelsea shares how attending a horse auction led her to a local faith-based saddle club in New Jersey, Crazy Faith Riders of New Jersey, and an incredible community working with in…
 
Tristan Tucker is an Australian horseman and Grand Prix dressage rider, who is now based in the Netherlands. His popular, step-by-step training program, the TRT Method is studied by 37 000 students across 64 countries. Motivated by the principle that riders must focus on the mental training of horses before other training, Tristan has developed a s…
 
In this episode, I chat with Jenni Nellist who is a Clinical Animal Behaviouralist. She helps caring horse and dog owners struggling with their animal's problem behaviour to get a deeper understanding, remove stress, restore partnerships, and change behaviour. Together we chat about: Her journey with horses up until when she started university Her …
 
Self-care is defined as the practice of taking action to preserve or improve one's own health. Sometimes equestrians forget about themselves and worry about their horse, lol. That being said today's podcast is all about how we as adventuresses can learn more about self-care. Heather shares some ideas on how you can embrace self-care, through exerci…
 
In today's podcast episode I am talking with two Equestrian Adventuresses their recent travelling experiences and how Corona has affected them personally. We talk about how their mode of travelling and choice of destination has or has not been changed, what precautions they have taken and what they personally can advise other travellers. Show Notes…
 
Circles; for something that we spend so much time 'doing' with our horses, many riders are more than a little confused when it comes to how to ride a circle. And while the basic 'riding a circle' is fairly simple and most all riders can manage, the issue of riding a well-balanced, good quality, well-maintained, circle is what leaves many riders fee…
 
This is the tale of a little girl who only ever wanted to grow up to be at the horse show. Ardie Hastey is living out her dream every day, as anyone who's ever set foot in her Blueberry Hill boutique can attest to. Tracey gets the bubbly Ardie to talk shop (literally) about how it started and how it's going, touching on things like how customers al…
 
If you own a shutdown horse, struggle to connect with your horse or feel anxious around them then you must listen to this episode! I chat with Nicole Warwick who is a recent graduate of my Confident Equestrian Program (CEP). She joined the program because she was struggling with her horse, Captain. He is in his 20's and has spent most of his life a…
 
Portugal, another bucket list trip to mark off the list. Heather is recently back from an amazing riding holiday in Portugal. Join Heather as she chats with Kari who both have just returned from a great gallop around Portugal. Hear stories of Lutistano stallions, riding in the dark, and even wardrobe malfunction. On today's podcast, they share stor…
 
What is it like being a woman In a male-dominated part of the equestrian industry? We speak with two guests who talk about making their way In their respective fields and what it takes to stand out. Equestrian B2B Guests and Links Episode 11: Hosts: Jennifer Wood and Jennifer Connor of EQ Businesswomen Guest: Marina Azevedo Guest: Maggie Wolfendale…
 
Today's topic is Virtual Challenges and Competitions, something which has mushroomed since the beginning of the Corona pandemic almost two years ago. Since a lot of real life events had to be postponed or cancelled, virtual challenges and competitions have become a way to stay connected with the sport and the community and a big motivator to get in…
 
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