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Best Dressage podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Dressage podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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In TALKING ABOUT HORSES, Patrick brings you some of the best riders, horsemen, trainers, equine advocates, and thought leaders in the horse industry for tips, insights, and stories. These broadcasts are first presented LIVE through Facebook. You can listen at home, at work, in the car, or in the saddle either thru Facebook, YouTube, or by downloading the podcast from iTunes.What do we talk about? Horsemanship, dressage, competition, rider problems, nutrition, news in the industry, horse trai ...
 
Horse health, behavior, training, competition. Join Friends on Horses with a variety of guests. If you want open conversations about everything “horse” from barefoot trimming and the latest in training, to rider fitness and horse nutrition, this is your hitching post. English, Western, whatever you do Friends on Horses doesn't discriminate.So have a listen and get ready to be saddled with information, these chicks don’t horse around… well maybe a little.
 
Horsetalk with Heather gives horse trainers reason to unite to celebrate the radio show targeted for their listening pleasure! After following the the excitement of the 2010 Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games in Lexington, Kentucky we will speak professionals in each of the disciplines and find ways for you the listener to learn about these fantastic sports. Dressage, Show Jumping, Endurance, Eventing, ParaDressage, Reining and Driving. Featuring the world class horsetrainers like Robert Dov ...
 
Heels Down Magazine presents the Heels Down Happy Hour podcast. There's a whole lot of stuff happening in the horse world, and someone's got to keep you up to date. Who’s winning what? What weird rules are you probably going to violate at your next horse show? What does your favorite rider really think about white breeches? Don’t worry, that's what we're here for. Grab a drink. Welcome to Happy Hour.
 
Major League Eventing (MLE) is an independent marketing and promotional organization dedicated to creating an international platform for the exciting sport of eventing and providing eventers with increased exposure to fans and sponsors. With this goal in mind, the MLE podcast hosts eventing professionals from various sectors and levels of the sport in engaging conversations aimed at entertaining existing fans and cultivating new supporters for the greatest sport on four legs.
 
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
 
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.
 
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 ...
 
The NAF Five Star brand joins us in celebrating all that is great about British dressage at this year's Winter Dressage Championships 3 - 7 April 2019. Talented amateurs and Britain's best compete side by side over five days of intense competition. Held at one of the UK's top equestrian venues, Hartpury Arena, the championships offers competitors the chance to go head to head for 39 titles from Preliminary through to Intermediate I, and plays host to the ever popular Petplan Equine Area Fest ...
 
Stacy Westfall teaches people how to understand, enjoy and successfully train their own horses. In her podcast, she shares all of her knowledge in her area of expertise: horses. She offers insights into issues that riders face in their own minds as well as the way they are viewing the challenges and goals they have with horses. She shares tips on becoming a better rider as well as a better leader for your horse. Discover how you can understand things from your horses point of view so that yo ...
 
"The Next Generation of American Horsemanship is Here"!Western Dressage is defined as using classical dressage concepts and principles to train and develop the western rider and horse. The goal, specifically, is to develop cadence, balance, relaxation and the acceptance of the aids through the tried and true methods of classical dressage. Western Dressage is not intended to build a dressage horse, or put a western saddle on a dressage horse. It is merely the means by which we improve the sto ...
 
Interviews with Equine Industry Experts. Listen to Olympians, World Cup riders, World Champions, Veterinarians, Equine Body Workers as well as leading horse specialists in their field. Regular International guests give specific advice on tips, steps and ideas in their specialty area. A must listen to all horse lovers and those genuinely interested in safety and horse welfare.
 
The Driving Radio Show is the longest running podcast dedicated to the thrill of carriage driving. Wendy and Glenn take an entertaining look at it all from competitive driving to the pastime of recreational driving. Join us every month as we harness up to have fun and learn a little something along the way. Part of the HORSES IN THE MORNING show.
 
What is Working Equitation?At the international level, WE is a four-phase sport which combines the art and disciplines of classical dressage with the agility and control required when working horses in the field (ranch horse). Based on the traditional horsemanship used on continental cattle farms in Europe, the horse and rider are tested on their skill, speed, and accuracy. The sport began as a competition in Italy in 1996 and has since gained popularity worldwide in countries including Port ...
 
If you love horses and you love equestrian sport, Free Rein Podcast is essential listening. Each month equestrian journalist and (very) amateur eventer Charlotte Ricca interviews all your favourite riders. Her contact book reads like a who's who in equestrian sport, so she decided to put it to good use. This podcast brings you closer to your equestrian heroes and poses the questions other don't dare ask.
 
The Plaidcast Junior is an all-ages equestrian podcast geared towards education, tackling the issues that matter to young riders. Topics will range across the equestrian industry, with guests bringing their particular take and expertise to educate and enlighten listeners. Hosted by Jess Clawson and Alyssa Davidson, with guests chosen from a hand-picked team of equestrian experts across the sport.
 
As equestrian journalists, we get to interview people who are top of their game and have so many ideas and information to pass on. This often transcribes into quite long interviews, sometimes a few thousand words. While the interviews we do will still be transcribed and offered to you in written format (with great photos of course!), this is for those of you who want something interesting to listen to while you’re getting the dinner ready or driving in your car or mucking out the stables so ...
 
Have some horsey fun with "Life with Horses", a podcast that is published every Tuesday and Thursday. Discover the joys and jobs that need to be done when you share your life with horses. Your podcast host Ivanka lets you in on her life with her horse Ruby and the pony Bella. The podcast follows the seasons, special needs, horse training, dressage riding, feeding horses, competitions, clinics and events. Every episode features news found on YouTube and the internet to do with horses. Website ...
 
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The topic of this Western Dressage episode with Stacy Westfall is Straightness and Collection. Ida Norris joins Stacy for the Judges View and Suzanne Morisse joins her for the Total Saddle Fit Training Tip. Plus, Dini Swanson from the Western Dressage Association of America is here with me to discuss the WDAA point system for earning awards. Listen…
 
Today I’m talking with Lynn Palm about western dressage. Lynn literally wrote the book on the subject of western dressage. She competes, judges, and teaches people about the sport. In this conversation, we discuss the step by step nature of the dressage tests, how the tests lead to balance in horse and rider…and more!…
 
In a continuation from last episode, Scott Cieslar of Mad Barn, Inc. talks about feeding the equine athlete, alfalfa and the hoof, and gut health and the hoof. How do we safely increase calories for hardworking horses? Do they need concentrates/grain? Is alfalfa safe for the metabolic horse? What does gut distress do to the feet? These questions ar…
 
In this episode, Scott Cieslar of Mad Barn talks about various aspects of equine nutrition and how it can affect the hoof. Topics include iron overload, hay testing, supplement stability, trace mineral balancing, and more. This episode is "Part 1" with Scott Cieslar, stay tuned for Part 2! A special thank you to Mad Barn for sponsoring this episode…
 
In our Horse Nutrition Podcast Health Segment, Dr. Julie Buzby speaks to us about Lyme disease in dogs and our Black Reins guest of the Month is Wendy Orant to tell us about growing up in the Dominican Republic and her company Equestriess Atelier. Listen in... HORSES IN THE MORNING Episode 2491 – Show Notes and Links: The HORSES IN THE MORNING Crew…
 
Vaulting is one of the oldest and most beautiful equestrian sports, requiring an extreme amount of athleticism from both humans and horses. This episode explores the world of this unique sport and what it takes to compete among the world’s elite vaulting horses, including the nutrition needed for long-burning energy and muscle recovery that the spo…
 
Vaulting is one of the oldest and most beautiful equestrian sports, requiring an extreme amount of athleticism from both humans and horses. This episode explores the world of this unique sport and what it takes to compete among the world’s elite vaulting horses, including the nutrition needed for long-burning energy and muscle recovery that the spo…
 
Trail riding vs arena riding. They both come with advantages and disadvantages which is why I find a combination of both beneficial. In this podcast I discuss why some horses seem resistant to arena work, letting the horse make decisions on the trail, how to know if you are letting the horse make too many decisions on the trail…and more.…
 
Karen & Rob chat with the Editor of Eventing Nation Leslie Wylie. Leslie is an amazing person with so many talents. Leslie shares her riding experience which certainly could have landed her in the top ranks in Eventing herself. She took her journalism talents and helped grow Horse Nation, Jumper Nation, & eventually Eventing Nation. She is a dare D…
 
Ever thought to yourself, I wish I could think more positively! Or what’s more, found yourself catastrophizing about every situation that comes your way until you’re mentally drowning in worst-case scenarios? It’s a vicious loop to get caught up in and one that can feel almost impossible to step out of. Most conversations around this topic approach…
 
Revisit: Wendy and Glenn are live from the Tri-Circle-D Ranch in Disney World on International Podcast Day. Learn all about the magical horses at Disney World and the history of Walt Disney and his love of horses. Plus, Glenn rode a horse! Listen in.. HORSES IN THE MORNING Episode 2490 – Show Notes and Links: Hosts: Dr. Wendy Ying of the Driving Ra…
 
Host Tara Tibbets shares the excitement of buying one of the Chincoteague ponies on the online Auction. Michael from Kemin Equine talks about the importance of gut health, some Equestrian First World Problems and the controversy around the cancellation of the Pony Finals. Listen in...By Jorge Hernandez
 
Host Tara Tibbets shares the excitement of buying one of the Chincoteague ponies on the online Auction. Michael from Kemin Equine talks about the importance of gut health, some Equestrian First World Problems and the controversy around the cancellation of the Pony Finals. Listen in... HORSES IN THE MORNING Episode 2489 – Show Notes and Links: The H…
 
Learn about equine cushings and insulin resistance in this Friends on Horses episode. The girls chat with Kathleen Gustafson and Jaini Clougher, experienced educators, about the development of these conditions, DDTE protocol (diagnosis, diet, trim, and exercise), and how they came to be passionate about these topics. This episode is jam packed with…
 
In the episode this week I take you through a powerful visualisation exercise 'Your Dream Day' I try to emphasise how important it is to go into your mind and see what's going on in there. In order to help accomplish this, I use an exercise called “Your Dream Day', It's incredible how many of my clients have such a hard time with this task because …
 
The topic of this Western Dressage episode with Stacy Westfall is Straightness and Collection. Ida Norris joins Stacy for the Judges View and Suzanne Morisse joins her for the Total Saddle Fit Training Tip. Plus, Dini Swanson from the Western Dressage Association of America is here with me to discuss the WDAA point system for earning awards. Listen…
 
The topic of this Western Dressage episode with Stacy Westfall is Straightness and Collection. Ida Norris joins Stacy for the Judges View and Suzanne Morisse joins her for the Total Saddle Fit Training Tip. Plus, Dini Swanson from the Western Dressage Association of America is here with me to discuss the WDAA point system for earning awards. Listen…
 
Utilizing our hands as targets is easy to teach and obviously convenient. In addition, pairing it with their name becomes is an easy way to teach a recall. Host: Shawna Karrasch - Visit her website at On Target Training Buy Your Own On Target Training Kit Get Shawn'a Book On Target Training: Clicker Training and Beyond Try Shawna's DVD You Can Trai…
 
The topic of this Western Dressage episode with Stacy Westfall is Straightness and Collection. Ida Norris joins Stacy for the Judges View and Suzanne Morisse joins her for the Total Saddle Fit Training Tip. Plus, Dini Swanson from the Western Dressage Association of America is here with me to discuss the WDAA point system for earning awards. Listen…
 
Senior Airman Coy Andrew Horn from the Vandenberg Military Working Horse Program joins us to talk about the important mission of horses on the base. Plus, we announce the winners for over $400 in prizes provided by Horseloverz.com. Listen in... HORSES IN THE MORNING Episode 2488 - Show Notes and Links: The HORSES IN THE MORNING Crew: Glenn the Geek…
 
The Plaid Horse presents "Inside Your Ride" with mental skills coach Tonya Johnston. Today, Tonya welcomes top trainer Michael Tokaruk and amateur rider Stephanie Ray Peters. Hosts: Tonya Johnston, Visit her website, Facebook and buy her book Inside Your Ride Title Sponsor: Taylor, Harris Insurance Services, THIS & The Plaid Horse Magazine Guest: M…
 
Veterinarian, artist and author Madison Seamans is a lifelong professional horseman. The author (Dr. Madison Seamans) and his book: “Never Trust a Sneaky Pony (and other things they didn’t teach me in vet school)” is the result of his true experiences as a veterinarian in equine practice for over thirty years. Riding Instructor, Hannah Brisso, is a…
 
Veterinarian, artist and author Madison Seamans is a lifelong professional horseman. The author (Dr. Madison Seamans) and his book: “Never Trust a Sneaky Pony (and other things they didn’t teach me in vet school)” is the result of his true experiences as a veterinarian in equine practice for over thirty years. Riding Instructor, Hannah Brisso, is a…
 
In today’s episode, we revisit a favorite book of ours; The Compassionate Equestrian. The book describes 25 principles that compassionate equestrians use as a guide to create healthy and productive relationships with their horses. As we circle back to the principles of compassion when we work with our horses, this episode’s conversation digs deeper…
 
Retailers look to Oklahoma for Authentic, High Style Western Fashions. Listen in... Hosts: Mike Donnell, Kacee Willbanks Colletti, and Sophia Jagella Guest: Abbie Ellis of Benita Ceceille Picture Credit: Benita Ceceille Visit the WESA Website Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/user?u=87421)By Horse Radio Network, LLC
 
Dr. Gimenez from TLAER and John Haven from Florida SART about what to do and not do when a hurricane is looming. Our favorite equestrian gypsy, Jessica Isbrecht, fills us in on her endurance ride on the Continental Divide. Plus, some weird news and a list or two. Listen in... HORSES IN THE MORNING Episode 2487 – Show Notes and Links: The HORSES IN …
 
Today, I’m talking with Molly Wagner about getting started as a professional in the horse industry. Together, we are going to tackle two voicemails that came in. Some of the topics we discuss include: What can I do to gain reputation and experience? The challenge of family and work goals. Gaining confidence, making mistakes, learning on the job, eq…
 
Karen & Rob chat with three upper level Event riders Kathy Rivera, Anni Grandia, & Leah Lang-Gluscic who have had LandSafe Rider training and have had serious falls in which their training was useful in preventing serious personal injury. LLG Eventing: http://www.llgeventing.com Grand Farms Team Chaos: https://www.facebook.com/Grand-Farms-Team-Chao…
 
WESTERN EPISODE: We take a look at the snaffle bit and the progression of training in a snaffle with Trevor Carter. Plus, we meet Kelsey Love Thomas, the first Champion of the World's Greatest Cowgirl, and "In the Industry" brings us a Silversmith by the name of Amy Raymond from Raymond Silver Co. Classic Revisit.…
 
Lucy Katan, Chief Exec of the British Grooms Association on Employment in the Equestrian Industry. This episode is seriously so important. Any of you who have asked us about being a working pupil, anyone who wants to go and work with horses, anyone who wants to set up their own yard and employ people, THIS EPISODE IS FOR YOU. THIS IS STUFF YOU NEED…
 
The belief of not being good enough. The endless quest to be “better” than we are now. The constant busyness…. What we understand about all of these things is that they are not specific to only a handful of people but have come to be a predictable part of our shared psyche and habits. Consequently, when it comes to looking at new ways of going abou…
 
WESTERN EPISODE: We take a look at the snaffle bit and the progression of training in a snaffle with Trevor Carter. Plus, we meet Kelsey Love Thomas, the first Champion of the World's Greatest Cowgirl, and "In the Industry" brings us a Silversmith by the name of Amy Raymond from Raymond Silver Co. Classic Revisit. Hosts: Tara Carter, Lyndsey Fitch,…
 
Our Equiderma Guest is Yvonne Barteau, Founder of Horses Without Humans Rescue Organization, to speak to us about the important work she is doing with her rescue in Florida. Plus, some equine news and a bunch of Equestrian First World problems. Listen in... HORSES IN THE MORNING Episode 2485 – Show Notes and Links: The HORSES IN THE MORNING Crew: G…
 
Monty Roberts and Jamie Jennings chat about solving a common problem; horses who canter or lope super fast; or even try to run off. Rodger from Greenflower Botanicals and Dr. Ying discuss pain relief and CBD Oil. Listen to more podcasts for horse people at Horse Radio Network Thanks to today's tip contributors Monty Roberts, Jamie Jennings This epi…
 
We discuss when to shoe and when not to shoe a horse, Tigipedia focuses on differences between electrolyte supplements, table salt and sea salt. In Critter Nutrition we look at Lymes disease, and in Coffee Klatch we ask: if your dog could give you advice, what would he or she tell you?By admin
 
We discuss when to shoe and when not to shoe a horse, Tigipedia focuses on differences between electrolyte supplements, table salt and sea salt. In Critter Nutrition we look at Lymes disease, and in Coffee Klatch we ask: if your dog could give you advice, what would he or she tell you? Co-Hosts: Tigger Montague from BiostarUS and Pati Pieucci from …
 
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