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AHP Roundtable for Oct. 21, 2021 by Purina Senior Feed
Tonight's topics are bitless equipment in competition, gambling on Grand Prix Show Jumping and resources for horses. The American Horse Publications panelists are the Original Equinista LA Sokolowski and President of the American Horse Council Julie M. Broadway. Plus, our listener representative is Auditor Elizabeth Frey. Listen in...
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When Tack Fails, Monty Roberts Q & A, Bad Horse Ads, by Kentucky Performance Products for Oct 22, 2021
Classic Re-visit. Guest co-host Lisa Wysocky joins Jamie to chat with internet sensation Rebecca Hallowell about what happens when the cinch comes detached from your saddle in the middle of a barrel race, Monty Roberts answers listener questions and bad ads begs us to ask ‘What are you doing with that horse?
Plaidcast 252: Michael Tokaruk & Alicia Harlov by Taylor, Harris Insurance Services
Piper and Michael Tokaruk discuss the Capital Challenge Horse Show and the Platinum Performance/USEF Show Jumping Talent Search Finals East, and Alicia Harlov joins them to talk about how to best care for your horses' hooves. Brought to you by Taylor, Harris Insurance Services.
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Horse Tip Daily 1401 by Purina: Vaccine Record Keeping with Dr. Ying
Dr. Wendy Ying talks about keeping records of your horse's vaccines and how it may be different depending on whether you or your vet administered the shots.
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HITM Oct 21, 2021 Foxhunting: Theodora A. Randolph Field Hunter Championships, Thoroughbred Makeover Winner, by MFHA
Karyn Wilson joins us to talk about the Theodora A. Randolph Field Hunter Championships and Moore County Hounds MFH Cameron Sadler stops by, fresh off her win in the Field Hunter Division of the Retired Racehorse Thoroughbred Makeover in Lexington, KY.
Take the Reins 76: Resistance: It's Not Only in Our Horses
In this episode I dive into the topic of resistance. It is a topic we speak about a lot in regard to our horses, but when we shift our awareness to what it feels like in our own bodies it can help facilitate growth and forward movement for both ourselves and our horses.
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Stall and Stable 81: Modular Monitor Barns
Time is money. This simple truth makes companies like Horizon Structures a real gem in the barn-building industry, because modular barn construction can save us both time and money. In this episode, Helena welcomes back her very first guest, Jill Siragusa, from Horizon Structures.
They're talking about Monitor Barn design, what's great about it, and what the process is like these days for getting a modular barn for your horses. Listen in!
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Lead Line 18: How Coagi Long Built a Long-Term Career with Equine Affaire
#018 - You've likely attended - or at the very least, heard of - the massive equestrian event called Equine Affaire, a 4-day exposition that occurs in Massachusetts and Ohio each year.
We attend these conferences and trade shows from year to year, but have you ever had the opportunity to take a true behind-the-scenes look into the process and the people who are producing such a large-scale event?
Equine Affaire's president and owner Coagi Long joins The Leadline to share the history of her growth with the company throughout the past several...
Horse Tip Daily 1400 by Wintec Saddles: Club Foot in Horses with Farrier Daisy Bicking
Horses In The Morning podcast co-hosts Glenn & Jamie are joined by farrier Daisy Bicking to chat about Club foot. What is Club Foot? Why do horses get club foot?
HITM for Oct 20, 2021: Hoof Care for Winter, Tammy Sronce and Weird News by State Line Tack
In our Purina Equine Senior Health Segment Steve Kraus talks about Winter hoof care and friend of the show Tammy Sronce talks about overcoming serious odds to finish her Masters of Science Degree with a 4.0. Also, Crappy List Wednesday, Teenage Social Media Drama and some Weird News. Listen in...
HORSES IN THE MORNING Episode 2792 - Show Notes and Links:
The HORSES IN THE MORNING Crew: Glenn the Geek: co-host, executive in charge of comic relief, Jamie Jennings: co-host, director of wacky equestrian adventures, Coach Jenn: producer, Chaos Control Officer.Title Sponsor: State Line TackGuest: Steve Kraus, CJF...
CHA: Vaulting, Fitness and Mule Alley for Oct. 19, 2021
We take a deep dive into learning more about becoming a USDF Bronze Medalist, a vaulter, a personal trainer and finding out more about how Mule Alley where the American Paint Horse Association and others are housed in the historic Fort Worth Stockyards.
HORSES IN THE MORNING Episode 2791 – Show Notes and Links:
The HORSES IN THE MORNING Crew: Glenn the Geek, Christy Landwehr, Coach Jenn.Title Sponsor: Certified Horsemanship AssociationLink: CHA Conference Guest: Samantha Hunt-GarbarinoGuest: Cheryl West | FacebookThere’s an App for that! Check out the new Horse Radio Network app for iPhone and AndroidFollow Horse Radio Ne...
HITM for Oct 18, 2021: Maryland 5* Wrap, OTTB Makeover and EFWP by Eagle Equine Products
A busy show with President of the USEA Max Corcoran's Maryland 5* Report, Auditor Colleen Nolan-Tran tells us how she and Moose made out at OTTB Makeover and Cowgirl in the Kitchen Jill Stanford stops by with a recipe from her new book. Plus, Jamie and Glenn share vacation adventures and some first world problems. Listen in...
HORSES IN THE MORNING Episode 2790 – Show Notes and Links:
The HORSES IN THE MORNING Crew: Glenn the Geek: co-host, executive in charge of comic relief, Jamie Jennings: co-host, director of wacky equestrian adventures, Coach Jenn: producer, Chaos Control Officer...
1399 by Wintec Saddles: Horse & Rider Exercises to Gain Confidence on the Trail
Today's tip is an excerpt from the HITM show where show co-hosts Glenn & Christy Landwehr from CHA chat with Beth Powers about exercises to help both horse and rider feel more at ease when hitting the trails.Support for this episode provided by Wintec SaddlesListen to more podcasts for horse people at Horse Radio NetworkThanks to today's tip contributors: Christy Landwehr, Beth Powers, Certified Horsemanship Association, Horses In The Morning podcastLearn about advertising on Horse Tip Daily or any of the shows on the Horse Radio NetworkDownload the free Horse Radio Network App...
Dressage 639: Qualifying for Regional Championships, the Art of Selling Horses, and a Trainer Tip
We have a chat with a great listener, Catherine, about her experience qualifying and riding in her regional championships. Go, Catherine! Then, Lauren Chumley comes back to discuss selling horses. And, after that, Reese and Phil will bring you another fantastic trainer tip. Listen in...
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Horsemanship 193 by Hands On Gloves: Follow Your Dream Back to Horses
Dwayne Hildreth and Kerry Mellin were both horse crazy since childhood, but it wasn't until they were adults with successful careers; Kerry as a costume designer and Dwayne in sales and marketing, that they found their way back to horses.Show Host: Debbie LoucksTitle Sponsor: HandsOn Gloves, All-In-One Shedding/Bathing/Grooming GlovesGuest: Dwayne Hildreth, Brooke USAGuest: Kerry Mellin, EaZyHoldTrainer's Tip: Sean McCarthySupport for this episode also provided by Monty Roberts EQUUS Online University Monty's CalendarGet more Tra...
Canada Horse 23: Equestrian Girl Gratitude + Jim Anderson Clinic Anticipation
In this episode we do a little reflecting in honor of Thanksgiving, which just passed here in Canada. Later in the episode we jump into clinic mode because in a couple weeks we are going into a big annual clinic that we look forward to each year with Jim Anderson which leads us into some reminders for our listeners going into clinic season! Listen to the end to hear how being horsey affects our holidays and how we celebrate!
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Wisdom by WESA 75: Haegels West, Haegels West, One of the Nation‘s Oldest Western Wear and Tack Retailers
Patrick Jackson discusses the history of and the future Haegels West, one of the oldest western wear and tack stores in the nation. Listen In...
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Equestrian B2B 8: Tech Talk: The Business Behind App Building
Do you have a great idea for an App but no idea how to get started? Have you ever wanted to know what it takes to make a successful App? Learn about how you can put your idea into action and what steps you need to take to produce a successful App.
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Plaidcast 251: Nick Haness by Taylor, Harris Insurance Services
Piper and Cira Pace Malta are joined by Nick Haness to talk about how to excel in the hunter ring, what to look for when buying an investment horse and the changes that are happening in our sport. Brought to you by Taylor, Harris Insurance Services.
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Heels Down Happy Hour 91 - It's Been A Minute
Hey guys, we’re back! Thanks for sticking with us. This week, we’re stoked to have Jess on the ground at the inaugural Maryland 5* Horse Trials. Ellie’s mom joins us for some laughs and can you believe it’s already time to start thinking about Christmas? Yikes. Thanks for tuning in.
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HITM Horse Husband Week: Injuries for Oct 15, 2021
Revisit: This Horse Husband's Episode is all about getting hurt by our wives horses. Several horse husbands share their tales of pain and injury. Not an episode for the squeamish! Listen in...
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Take the Reins 75: Building Equestrian Confidence with John Haime
In this episode I sit down with John haime, a Performance Coach, Speaker, Philanthropist, President of New Edge Performance, and Author of multiple books, including his newest - Ride Big, which he wrote specifically for equestrians. Our conversation leads us almost directly into Chapter 2 of his latest book where we speak about the importance of self-discovery and awareness as an equestrian. Topics in this podcast also include values, purpose, and influence as riders. This is a must listen episode!
Horse Tip Daily 1398 by Purina: Dr. Sherry Gaber on Recognizing Pain, Symmetry and Horse Yoga
Today's tip is an excerpt from the Horsemanship Radio Show podcast here on HRN. Show host Debbie Loucks is joined by Dr. Sherry Gaber with a tip on recognizing pain, symmetry and yoga for your horse.This episode brought to you by Purina Equine Senior and Senior Active Horse FeedsAdditional support by HRN AuditorsListen to more podcasts for horse people at Horse Radio NetworkThanks to today's tip contributors Dr. Sherry Gaber, Horsemanship Radio Show podcast with Debbie LoucksLearn about advertising on Horse Tip Daily or any of the shows on the Horse Radio NetworkDownload t...
HITM Revisit Horse Husband Week: Handling Horse Girls Questions for Oct 13, 2021 by State line Tack
Revisit: Horse Hubby's Roundtable is back answering the ladies questions including hobbies, camping, boyfriend apathy, husband apathy and smells, smells, smells. Joining Joseph and Glenn this week are Horse Husband Travis Snyder and Horse Husband, Father and Grandfather John Burton. Listen in...
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Revisit Endurance Day: Endurance for the Clueless Equestrian for 10-12-2021 by Horseware
Revisit: Karen Chaton is joined by Patti Stedman to tell us just about everything we need to know to get through our first Endurance ride. Heather 'Flash' Accardo talks about her preparations for the Mongol Derby and common Endurance acronyms are deciphered, plus we make up a few new ones. Listen in...
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HITM Revisit: Horse Husband Week, Food and Recipes for Oct 11, 2021 by Eagle Equine
Revisit: All about food on this Horse Husband's Episode. Several Horse Husbands join us with their favorite recipes. Because we all know it's the Horse Husbands that do all the cooking! Listen in...
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Retired Racehorse Radio 65: Guide to the Makeover, Team Effort for TB Makeover, Noblesque by Kentucky Performance Products
With the TB Makeover quickly approaching, RRP Program Manager, Kristen Kovatch-Bentley, joins us to give us her tips on how to enjoy the Makeover, whether you're there in-person or virtually behind a screen. Our final RRP Spotlight Rider is Tiare Santisteven who shares her experience as the captain of her TB Makeover team. Leandra joins us from New Vocations to share another tip and introduces our Adoptable Horse of the Week, Noblesque.
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Healthy Critters 143 by Biostar US: In Search of Vitamin E, Relaxing Music for Horses
We discuss a study about how music might reduce stress in horses, Tigger focuses on Vitamin E, and Pati tells us all about Elk after spending some quality time in Colorado.Co-Hosts: Tigger Montague from BiostarUS and Pati Pieucci from from Pierucci DressagePhoto source: BiostarUSPhoto CreditBoehringer Ingelheim Animal Health Equine Relax TraxCritter Nutrition: The Devil's in the Details: What Sets Biostar US ApartAsk Hedwig Facebook
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Lead Line 17: Developing a Streamlined Equine Lesson Program with Brittney Chambers
#017 - Brittney Chambers (Brittney Chambers Horsemanship and CBC Therapeutic Riding Academy) first opened her riding lesson program in 2015 with only one client and one horse.
Today, she serves over 100 lesson clients with more than 30 on a waiting list - an accomplishment she never could have foreseen back in the days when her car trunk was serving as her mobile tack room.
Given her amount of substantial growth over the years, Brittney began to realize that she could help the many lesson program managers and barn owners who were approaching h...
Dressage 638: Convention with Ross Creech, Nancy Later's Webinar, Plus Lauren Chumley and a Trainer Tip from Your Hosts
On this month's USDF show, we have an update about convention from Ross Creech. Then, Nancy Later tells us all about her new webinar program. We'll then be joined by friend of the show, Lauren Chumley to catch up. And, then, Reese and Phil will bring you a trainer tip to close the show. Listen in...
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AHP Roundtable for Oct. 7, 2021 by Purina Senior Feed
Tonight's Roundtable includes panelists from American Horse Publications. They include Mandee Flanders of the Lead Line Podcast, Jamie Samples of Yellow Barn Media and Listener/Auditor Allie Heninger. Our Topics tonight include: the frustrating backorder situation with horse products, where can young coming-adult equestrians turn to look for future equine professions and picks for work productivity.
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Take the Reins 74: Self-Leadership as an Equestrian
In this episode I share a stories of using self-awareness to help navigate high pressure situations to make confident decisions using responsible self-leadership and how my personal growth journey fuels my passion for this podcast and my business. I finish the episode with a self-assessment and equine assessment tool to gauge your areas of strength and need for growth.
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Humble Hoof 48: Laminitis: Treatment and Prevention
Dr. Alicia Nolfi discusses laminitis treatment and the reasoning behind various treatments that are used for laminitic horses.
She also talks about the importance of taking note of hoof health and laminae health as part of preventive care for the horse, and not simply reacting in triage. Dr. Nolfi discusses radiographs, venograms, mechanics, and the leading cause of laminitis: metabolic issues.
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HITM for Oct 8, 2021: Fair Hill 5*, Monte the Singing Donkey and Reali BAd aDz by Kentucky Performance Products
Monte the Singing Donkey is Our Equiderma Guest of the Week, sooo cute! Plus, Deonte Sewell joins us to give us the spectator’s guide to the first Maryland 5* Event next weekend and some relie bad adz. Listen in…
HORSES IN THE MORNING Episode 2784 – Show Notes and Links:
The HORSES IN THE MORNING Crew: Glenn the Geek: co-host, executive in charge of comic relief, Jamie Jennings: co-host, director of wacky equestrian adventures, Coach Jenn: producer, Chaos Control Officer.Title Sponsor: Kentucky Performance ProductsGuest: Deonte Sewell | FacebookGuest: Christine Ruggles | InstagramThere's an App for that! Download the new FREE Ho...
Plaidcast 250: Shanette Barth Cohen, Dominic Gibbs & Bobby Tomberlin by Taylor, Harris Insurance Services
Piper and Traci Brooks are joined by Shanette Barth Cohen to talk about how The Hampton Classic Horse Show, Dominic Gibbs to talk about the equitation ring, and Bobby Tomberlin to talk about his new single, "I've lived country music". Brought to you by Taylor, Harris Insurance Services.
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Horse Tip Daily 1397 by Wintec Saddles: Equine Injuries and Proud Flesh
Dr. Wendy Ying talks about what proud flesh is and a high tech method to remove it when it gets out of control.Support for this episode provided by Wintec SaddlesListen to more podcasts for horse people at Horse Radio NetworkThanks to today's tip contributor Dr. Wendy Ying, Horses In The Morning podcastLearn about advertising on Horse Tip Daily or any of the shows on the Horse Radio NetworkDownload the free Horse Radio Network App for iPhone or AndroidWe want your ideas on the tips you want to hear and if you have an idea on...
HITM Driving: Boomer and Sooner, Martins and Cushings for Oct 7, 2021
Driving: We learn all about Boomer and Sooner, the University of Oklahoma Conestoga Wagon pulling mascots. Charlie Poppe tells us all about Martin's Carriage Auction 50th Anniversary, he has been going since the first one. Plus, Keady and Wendy talk showing and Wendy talk's Cushing's Decease in the Daily Dose Health Segment. Listen in...
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HITM for Oct 6, 2021: Fungus Attacks, Judge My Ride and Weird News by State Line Tack
Our Black Reins guest is Noelle King, Founder and President of Judge My Ride & Style My Ride. The Purina Equine Senior Health Segment is from Australia on how they are using fungus to control internal parasites and some weird news. Listen in...
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HITM Mustang Episode for Oct 5, 2021: A Cowgirl's Dream and COVID Derby by Western Horseman
We hear from competitor Emma Minteer about how she trained her mustang and how she's preparing to record and submit class videos at the Virtual NJ Extreme Mustang Makeover. Then, Molly Pearson tells us all about the COVID Derby and why they chose to donate the proceeds to MHF. Listen in...
HORSES IN THE MORNING Episode 2781 – Show Notes and Links:Your Hosts: Michelle Bonds, Director of Marketing, and Alex Kappert, Executive Director of the Mustang Heritage FoundationTitle Sponsor: Western HorsemanGuest: Emma MinteerGues...
Horse Tip Daily 1396 by Purina: Mastering the Half Pass with Jo-Anne Young and CHA
Today's tip is an excerpt from the monthly CHA episode on HITM. Guest Jo-Anne Young chats with show host Christy Landwehr about the half pass.This episode brought to you by Purina Equine Senior and Senior Active Horse FeedsAdditional support by HRN AuditorsListen to more podcasts for horse people at Horse Radio NetworkThanks to today's tip contributor Jo-Anne Young, Christy Landwehr, Certified Horsemanship Association, CHALearn about advertising on Horse Tip Daily or any of the shows on the Horse Radio NetworkDownload the free Horse Radio Network App for iPhone or Android
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