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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.
 
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 ...
 
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 ...
 
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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Today, our podcast travels to Peru to talk about a very interesting topic: Mules. Sometimes called "the better horse", mules are definitely different from our more common equine friends and they require a bit more care in riding and handling. They reward you with an exceptional strength, sure-footedness and hardiness on the trail. I am talking with…
 
Is it just us, or can finding the right bit for your horse feel like a shot in the dark? Sure, we have a general understanding of how certain bits work, and maybe you know a little about your horse’s mouth. But for most riders, the knowledge stops there. And that’s because historically, we haven’t HAD much information about bit and bridle fitting a…
 
Tracey goes solo for this episode where she talks about energy hacks and how to make the best use of your 24 hours. Like a good rider is built with a solid foundation of fundamentals, Tracey points out a good day for anyone starts with when your eyes are closed; getting a good sleep doesn't happen by accident, and there is prep work involved! She c…
 
This week I was joined by top dressage rider, Henry Boswell, who talked about the highs and lows of being a professional rider, how to pick yourself up when self doubt creeps in, and resisting the urge to order take away cocktails! What a humble, down-to-earth, but hugely knowledgeable guy Henry is - I hope you enjoy listening to this as much as I …
 
We discuss how to stand out as a quality interviewee, how (and what) to negotiate, what to look for in quality employee candidates, and more. Our guest is Holly White, the Human Resources Specialist dedicated to Career Development & Mobility with the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) based in New York City and who was raised on a Standardbred …
 
Keeping your lady parts protected, How not to Chafe is our topic today! The dictionary describes the word chafe to make sore by or as if by rubbing. It should read an equestrian adventuresses worst nightmare. We have all experienced some sort of chaffing in the past, whether it was from wet clothes, poorly fitted saddles, or boots that are not fitt…
 
Creating girl power is what the ladies are all about. In today's episode, Heather meets with two ladies that had a dream that they turned into a reality. They took some risks on themselves and have created a program that all horse-loving gals need to know about. They specialize in creating connections with humans and horses. With their empowerment …
 
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, here are some useful horsemanship resources I’ve put together for you: 110+ Polework Exercises - no more boring circles or are…
 
Every rider and horse owner knows: Summer time is mosquito time and in order to enjoy our rides or for our horses to enjoy their freedom in the fields, they need some kind of protection. Today we discuss the best ways to manage the mosquito and fly plague, horse-on products and both natural and chemical repellent and fly sprays. We also give you a …
 
One year ago, in July 2020, Heather and Ute took over as podcast hosts of the Equestrian Adventuresses Podcast so it could grow into a regular podcast show with three episodes a week, bringing its audience not only stories and interviews from all around the world, but also tipps on travelling, horse keeping, horse health and trail riding. From inex…
 
Are you an Equestrian Fashionista? Today's episode is all about fashion, how dressing like an equestrian fashionista is the trendy thing to do. Gone are the days where you needed to change out of your riding clothes to head out for dinner. Whether you are in breeches and tall-riding boots or jeans and cowboy boots you are on point when it comes to …
 
Yahoo from the Calgary Stampede the Great Outdoor Show on Earth. Today's episode takes on a tour of the Calgary Stampede with podcast host Heather. She highlights the different attractions you can visit, the tasty snacks, and all the great horses. We learn a little history on the Calgary Stampede and Heather goes through each of the rodeo events. Y…
 
We are back with another great ASK your Vet episode where Heather is speaking with Dr. Julia Montgomery associate professor of large animal clinical sciences from the Western College of Veterinary Medicine in Saskatchewan Canada. The topic we are reviews is PPID Pituitary pars intermedia dysfunction (PPID; equine Cushing’s disease). The disease of …
 
Riding and training horses is a long game. You can work on it for a lifetime and still won’t know it all. This is one of the best things about the sport, but it also means that - just like a long marriage - we have to work at keeping our minds right and continue to find the joy. This can be even more profound when you’re a top athlete in the sport …
 
This breed is unique as it has a very special coat which is curly in most of the horses. Besides being curly, it is also hypoallergenic so people who have a horse hair allergy, can ride and handle Curly Horses without any problems. Sherry has turned towards the breed as her husband is allergic to horses and she needed a horse he could hang out with…
 
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, here are some useful horsemanship resources I’ve put together for you: 110+ Polework Exercises - no more boring circles or are…
 
Tracey talks with Dr. Kendra Clark, a human/equine chiropractor who recently returned to her home town of Guelph, Ontario, to set up her practice. Over the course of their conversation, Tracey and Dr. Kendra discuss already knowing the answer when you ask for advice, the problem with assumptions and the importance of humility, how she has carried a…
 
Just imagine, you, your horse, and 10,000 miles of backcountry. That's just what today's guest has accomplished so far. Heather is chatting with Gillian Larson the @Thru_Rider in today's episode where they discuss the Pacific Crest trail, riding from Mexico to Canada not once but three times. Gillian shares with us how she has created workshops to …
 
Our destination today is a small country in Western Europe which is not usually one of the major horse riding destinations or even an obvious choice for people looking for their next holiday destination. And that is a pity as Belgium has it all, picturesque little towns, lovely countryside for long rides, towering castles and a beautiful coast perf…
 
Joanna Thurman-Baker rode her first Grand Prix dressage test at the age of 20, on a self-produced horse. Not only is she an exceptional rider, she's also a gorgeous person. I've been social media buddies with Joanna for a good few years, but it was only very recently that we got to sit down together for a good old virtual chat! We talked about her …
 
There are around 400 different horse breeds in the world and Alyssa Mathews wants to ride them all! An Equestrian Adventuress from a young age on, she is fascinated by different riding styles, breeds and types of horses. Finally, a couple of years ago, she started her quest Discover the Horse and travels through the USA and to other countries to ri…
 
Road Safety, trail riding with your horses can be fun yet scary. Today's episode takes us down the road literally. We provide some tips and advice on how to safely ride down the road or across the road with your horse. Knowing road safety will make your trail ride a much safer and enjoyable trip. The phrase Be Seen to Be safe should be your mantra …
 
So you booked a riding holiday, now what do you need to pack? Today's podcast covers all that information off. We discuss things you must take, the best way to pack them, and a few other tricks and tips. Ute, Krystal, and Heather discussed using a live episode their favorite things they like to take when on a horse holiday. We have included the ext…
 
“I can’t get this horse into a frame!” “Pick up the reins and put your horse in a frame, it’s time to work!” We’ve all heard some variation of these phrases. But let’s break down what FRAME really means and refers to. There’s so much more to it than just the shape of the horse. Who better to break it down than Jacquie Brooks, a 2x Canadian Olympian…
 
In today's podcast episode we talk about a couple of really useful electronic and non-electronic gadgets, every trail rider needs. From a helmet brim to battery packs we tell you what gadgets we like to take along on day or multiple day rides for safety and comfort. If you enjoy trail riding or are planning your next equestrian vacation, this is an…
 
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, here are some useful horsemanship resources I’ve put together for you: 110+ Polework Exercises - no more boring circles or are…
 
In the latest episode of 'Hitting Your Stride', Tracey talks with Mac Cone about his lengthy high-profile career and life in equestrian sports. Cone talks about how he knew early on as a horseman that he was going to have to carry his own banner and be a professional, and how it would be necessary to find the balance between his career and his busi…
 
Protecting Yourself As An Equestrian Business Owner: what does it take to protect yourself - physically, mentally, emotionally, financially - so that you can maintain and grow your business? Guests Dr. Darby Bonomi, a sports and performance psychologist, and Laura Kestner, a corporate human resources director and riding instructor, discuss how to t…
 
Have you ever gotten a call from someone saying your horse is dead in the field? Your heart stops and you quickly run outside only to find your horse is having a snooze? Does your horse have a favorite place to sleep? Can you set your watch to their nap schedule? Today's episode takes us into our horses' sleep schedules and habits. How long do hors…
 
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 SJ Garland about her upcoming book First Past the Post, a historical romance featuring Eva, a daring horse trainer who will leave no stone u…
 
Toni Clark, one of our Anti-Burnout Ambassadors, joined me for a chat one rainy Monday, and she totally cheered up my day, despite the heavy topic. It just goes to show talking about mental health doesn't have to be doom and gloom. Toni was so refreshingly open about her own mental health struggles, and I'm sure there are plenty of people out there…
 
The Olympics, the ultimate goal for any Equestrian competing at the height level. Now most of us are not competing at this level but watching from afar. The Olympics showcases the best of the best. In today's podcast, we are taking a look at the equestrian disciplines from the early days back to 1900 as well as the current times of the 2021 Toyko O…
 
Instant gratification. It is a very real thing in the world we live in. People see the thing they want and, without doing a whole of anything, expect to have the same thing. Equestrians often suffer from this same issue. Instead of being on a path to better riding, they are guilty of taking shortcuts... And then wonder why, after time goes by, they…
 
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, here are some useful horsemanship resources I’ve put together for you: 110+ Polework Exercises - no more boring circles or are…
 
On today's episode Ute talks with Denise Lukins, Equestrian Adventuress and horse rider from Washington State. Denise has discovered the discipline of Working Equitation a coupe of years ago and has been hooked. She competes on several different horses and enjoys travelling to different clinics and competitions. Today she shares with us some inform…
 
Today we are visiting Scotland, Land of Glens, Lochs and Castles! Scotland is horse country with four native horse and pony breeds and plenty of great trail riding countryside. Besides horse riding Scotland offers a lot of other activities, sightseeing and fun for the whole family. Visiting vibrant Edinburgh, driving through the rugged and beautifu…
 
As an equestrian coach, I have conversations on the daily about goals. I love setting ambitious goals with my lovely clients, but one thing we always make sure of, is that they are REALISTIC... But what's realistic for one person is unrealistic for another. And that doesn't just take ability into account. It's about how much energy you can put towa…
 
Equine asthma or Heaves another vet topic that can affect us all. In today's episode, Heather is chatting with Julia the Vet from the Western College of Veterinary Medicine in Saskatchewan Canada on Equine Asthma. They discuss the different levels and severities, how to prevent and some tips to help horses with it. We learn about warning signs and …
 
Timing is something we all understand. When it is working for us, it feels good. If it's a little off, things tend to feel rushed or stressed. I think our horses feel the same mixed bag of emotions and tension when the timing is off. In fact, bad timing often is the very thing that causes a 'hop, skip, and jump' into the canter. So, if timing the a…
 
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, here are some useful horsemanship resources I’ve put together for you: 110+ Polework Exercises - no more boring circles or are…
 
This episode of 'Hitting Your Stride' helps give listeners a different look at life coaching, as Tracey chats with her coach, Rod Macdonald, about its importance in the world today. As Rod says, 'the world needs more coaches', and they cover topics like conquering fear, remembering what is actually true rather than what isn't, and what the real val…
 
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