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EquiConnect Equine Podcast with Dr. Kyle Goldie & Karen Foell, Lead Vet Assistant, McKee-Pownall Equine Services. Case-based conversations, interesting news & information focussing on equine health. This podcast is not a substitute for regular & emergency veterinary care. Our purpose is to inform & educate horse people not to diagnose & treat medical conditions without a valid a veterinary-client-patient relationships.
 
Is it impossible for veterinarians to aim for more balance? The Whole Veterinarian podcast is about sharing experiences and starting a dialogue about how we can grow as people and professionals. As a female equine solo practitioner, mother and business owner, I've seen the challenges that face us. Vets are some of the hardest working and most dedicated professionals out there; together, let’s learn how to develop a life we love.
 
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 ...
 
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.
 
If you’re an older adult or have maturing loved ones and welcome inspiration and ideas on leading a more enriching life, this podcast is for you. Untrained Wisdom introduces you to people 55+ who currently redefine the paradigm on what it means to become older, and industry professionals whose expertise guides seasoned generations to live more fully.
 
Hosted by UK Para Endurance Rider Bryony Parsler this podcast covers all aspects of long distance riding from Pleasure Riding with your horse right through to Competitive Endurance. Whilst the main focus is on endurance riding, many of the episodes will also be of general interest to equestrians in other disciplines.SHORT BIOGRAPHY OF THE HOST: Bryony is the 2018 UK Reserve National Para Endurance Champion and has competed for many years with both Pony Club and Endurance GB. She is also a ri ...
 
Series 1-4 of the BBC Radio 4 legal drama, starring Claire Rushbrook and Clare Corbett. Behind Closed Doors is a courtroom drama with a difference - it centres around civil law, not criminal. In these nine plays, London barrister Rebecca Nyman takes on cases ranging from workplace harassment to the sensitive, secret trial of a terrorist and a morally complex �right to die� hearing. In Series 1, Nyman represents a senior policewoman in a case of sexist bullying at work in 'One of the Lads', w ...
 
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Horse Trailers, our horse adventure chariots. In today's episode, Heather speaks with Mandy Abraham from Equi Health Canada about trailer safety. We learn what to look for in weight distribution, tying in the trailer, should you feed in the trailer, and most importantly backing up the rig. Horse trailers come in all shapes and sizes, making sure yo…
 
Saddlebags, what to pack? If you have been wondering what you need for a day's ride, you are at the right place. Today's episode is all about Saddlebags and what to pack in them. Saddlebags come in many styles, for both English and western style saddles. The first style is a smaller one that attaches over the horn of a western saddle or attached to…
 
Spring time is foal time and many of us have had the idea of breeding a foal from our mare at least once in a while, when we watch the little foals and fillies frolicking about. On today's episode Ute talks with Daniela Vadehra, endurance rider, horse breeder and nutritionist about exactly this topic, how to make our wish come true and breed our ow…
 
Your horse benefits from the knowledge and experience from a team approach by equine health care workers. We would like to welcome Marnie Raymond to our team and to this podcast episode to introduce new Equine Body Work services offered by McKee-Pownall Equine Services: Equine Massage PEMF Equine Physio Taping Marnie has been a Certified Equine Mas…
 
Spring time is foal time and many of us have had the idea of breeding a foal from our mare at least once in their life, when we watch the little foals and fillies frolicking about. On today's episode Ute talks with Daniela Vadehra, endurance rider, horse breeder and nutritionist about exactly this topic, how to make our wish come true and breed our…
 
Unicorns, the spirit animal of most equestrians! Today's episode is all about Unicorns, the magic, the mystery, the symbolism, what makes them so special. Unicorns are legendary creatures that have been described since ancient times. A horse-like animal, with a single large, spiraling horn projecting from its forehead. Unicorns have grabbed the ima…
 
This is part 3 of our conversation with Kyle Hetzel. Kyle is a zoo keeper. He used to work with big cats, sea lions, giraffes, wolves and other wild animals. But he is currently working in the children’s zoo section of a large west coast zoo. Kyle wants to bring what he has been learning from the wild animals to the handling of domestic animals. In…
 
How do your boundaries hold up against the daily pressures of veterinary medicine? In this episode, Dr. Danielle Alleman of Empathos Vet shares how her struggles with setting firm boundaries quickly led her down the path toward burnout. Her own self-discovery and personal development has gotten her to a healthier place in veterinary medicine; she i…
 
In today’s episode Heather and Ute are talking about how far you can travel on horseback in a day. Naturally there are some huge differences between an endurance rider with his Arabian horse and the average week-end rider with his Irish Cob, therefore it is extremely difficult to generalise. But we are giving you some examples what can be done and …
 
In late February 2021, host Shuva Rahim presented a webinar to a group of senior citizens that focused on introducing learners about how to listen to podcasts. This bonus episode is an edited version of that class, which was made possible through TRAIL of Johnson County and the Iowa City Senior Center. Listeners can follow along by viewing the visu…
 
Another episode of our Horse Breeds around the World Series. Today we visit Austria and its famous Lipizzaner Horses, the oldest cultural horse breed of Europe. I talk with Andrea and Max Dobretsberger, a couple from Austria who have been involved with the Lipizzaners for many years. In the last episode we talked about the famous Spanish Riding Sch…
 
I was tempted to call this episode: “Just Because People Tell You Something Can’t Be Done, Doesn’t Mean It Can’t Be Done”. But I thought that might be a little long so I called it instead: “Cow CAN Stand on Three Feet.” This is part 2 of our conversation with Kyle Hetzel. Kyle is a zoo keeper. In this episode he shares his experiences working with …
 
The Spanish Riding School in Vienna Austria if it's not on your bucket list you must add it now. Today's episode takes us to the Spanish riding school, where we learn all about the Riders, the horses, the Training, the Performances, and a little history too. The Spanish Riding School in Vienna is one of the last true classical equitation institutio…
 
Another episode with Brazilian Horse Vet Adriana. Today we talk about the recent Equine Herpes Virus outbreak in Europe. While EHV outbreaks happen every year in different places, this one has been termed the most aggressive outbreaks in decades. Adriana explains all we need to know about the virus, how to treat it and how we can protect our horses…
 
How to be a trick rider is the theme of today's episode. Heather speaks with Sally Bishop a fellow adventuress who has earned her stripes through trick riding and now on to stunt work in the movies. Sally learned her skills while growing up in the wild west business that her family-owned. Learning how to be a trick rider was no easy feat, many bump…
 
There are many paths that bring us to horses. Kyle Hetzel has taken one of the more unusual ones. Kyle is a zoo keeper. He has worked with big cats, wolves, marine mammals, giraffes, but these days he is working with domestic animals in the children’s zoo section of a large west coast zoo. Working with wild animals has taught Kyle the importance of…
 
Veterinarians are leaders whether we are prepared for this role or not. Leadership is certainly not taught to us in vet school but the nature of this profession forces us to learn a few skills on the job. In this episode, I speak with Iggy Perillo of WSL Leadership Coaching about some of the unique ways that veterinarians (especially associates!) m…
 
The March episode of the EQA book club. If you love books, this is the perfect place for you. Once a month, Heather, Ute and sometimes Krystal, will talk about their favourite horsey book. Today Ute has invited Carly Kade, author of three novels to join her, chatting about her book In the Reins, a horse romance for adults. They also talk about how …
 
You can lead a horse to water, but you can't make him drink! Today's episode is all about keeping your horse fed and watered while out on the trail. Heather stops by a local feed store to talk about what you can take with you while out of the trail to make sure your horse is well looked after. We have all heard the saying "you can lead a horse to w…
 
In today’s episode, Ute talks with Cathleen Leonard, Equestrian Adventuress and long distance rider from England. Cathleen has travelled across Great Britain and Ireland with her two rescue draft horses, her Warmblood cross and her dog. She tells us all about her difficult beginnings, how she nearly gave up on long distance riding and how she final…
 
There were so many titles I could have given this episode. Another good one would have been: “We Haven’t Known What We’ve Known”. That’s a quote from Dr. Jesús Rosales Ruiz. It refers to this huge jig saw puzzle we’ve all been working on that’s called animal training. But in the end I decided to call the episode “Happy Alligator Toes” because how o…
 
Katie graciously spent a bit of extra time talking with me about the psychological and social benefits of gratitude. Gratitude journaling is something that I have done regularly for the past year or so; it has made a monumental difference in my day-to-day outlook. Please have a listen and see if this might be something that you could work into your…
 
Today's episode is all about Ireland and the Horse adventures you can have while visiting. We would also like to celebrate St Patrick's Day with all our Irish friends and family. Heather speaks with Susan Oakes, one of our irish Adventuress about Horse adventure in Ireland. Your first Horse adventure in Ireland could be a Fox Hunt where you can exp…
 
Today's episodes continues where Heather left off in the search for her next Unicorn. She shares with the listeners the trials and tribulations of buying a new Horse. Heather talks about actually trying out a new horse, what she looking for and how the first ride went. We hear about the pro and cons lift and actually making the offer. If you are in…
 
In today's episode, Dr. Goldie and Karen Foell welcome Dr. Kate Robinson to the show. Dr. Robinson joined our ambulatory team working out of our Rehabilitation Farm in Schomberg in the Fall of 2020 and sees patients at their home farms and at our farm. Dr. Robinson grew up in Bracebridge and is a 2009 graduate of St. George’s University School of V…
 
On today's episode Ute talks with Charlotte Kingsman Chaudhary, a British woman married to an India and living near Delhi. Together with her husband, Charlotte has built up a Horsemanship Center in Gurgaon where they train horses and riders in a more natural approach to horses and horse riding. Charlotte is also a personal coach helping people to m…
 
Have you ever felt like you weren't qualified enough to be treating the animal standing in front of you? You are not alone. Join me as I chat with Dr. Katie Ford about her experiences with imposter syndrome and why they led her to dive deep into this topic. She is a wealth of information and I cannot thank her enough for sharing what she's learned …
 
Today's episodes is all about the oldest horse breed in the world the Arabians. The first breed to be domesticated and the foundation breed in most modern horse breeds. The primary purpose of breeding the Arabians was to train them to be war horses which were capable of long travels and and quick attacks on opponents camps. Arabians are the leader …
 
On today's episode Ute talks with Rupa Barua an Indian filmmaker who shot two documentaries about the special horse cultures of India's North-East. Rupa herself is not a horsewoman, however has found herself drawn to horses and has enjoyed herself tremendously shooting horses and their people. We discuss her debut documentary "Riders of the Mist" w…
 
One of the most underrated equestrian equipment, is possibly the stirrup. We don't think about them until or unless we have a problem with our legs, our balance or riding for a long period of time. Today the variety of types of stirrups including high-tech ones, is mind-boggling. You can get them in different shapes, sizes, materials and for differ…
 
Science Camp was held over the weekend of Feb 19-21. Dominique and I didn’t want it to end so we invited one of the participants, Lisa Clifton Bumpass to come share an afternoon’s conversation with us. Lisa is a dog trainer turned zoo consultant. She’s been a regular attendee at the horse clinics I give in Half Moon Bay CA. What Lisa learns from th…
 
In today’s episode, Ute talks with Susan Garlinghouse, DVM and Endurance Rider. Susan is on the AERC (American Endurance Riders Conference) board and lives in Tevis Country. She has competed in Endurance competitions all her life. After riding Arabians and Arabian crosses, she fell in love with a big, portly Tennessee Walking Horse called John Henr…
 
Patrick Bradley learned a lot about Bald eagles in the most unexpected way imaginable: spending three years in the Canadian wilderness after returning home from the Vietnam War. The isolated experience up north helped him recover from what is more commonly known today as Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). Years later, Patrick's life would lead …
 
Today's episode is all about staying healthy while you set out on your adventures. Travelling can be very stressful on your mind and body, in todays podcast Heather is sharing some insights and tips on avoiding Travel Hell and staying Travel well. From the time to get on the airplane until you return home, there a few things you can do to keep your…
 
Science Camp was held over the weekend of Feb 19-21. What a wonderful, head spinner of an event that was! Dominique and I didn’t want it to end so we invited one of the participants, Lisa Clifton Bumpass to come share an afternoon’s conversation with us. Lisa is a dog trainer turned zoo consultant. She’s been a regular attendee at the horse clinics…
 
On today's episode Ute talks with Daniela Vadehra, endurance rider, horse breeder and nutritionist about how you can get your horses into spring, helping them with the changing of coat and transitioning them from paddock and hay to pasture and grass. We also talk about what things we should keep in mind come spring, what kind of check-list it is wo…
 
Isaiah Douglass joins us today to break down some important topics - best ways to choose a financial planner, why you need to know the value of your practice if you own one, ways in which ownership can benefit an individual… and my personal favorite - you are allowed to fire toxic clients! Plus, he gave us a ton of resources and tips on leadership …
 
The February episode of the EQA Book Club: If you love books, this is the perfect place for you! Once a month, Heather, Ute and sometimes Krystal, will talk about their favourite horsey book. Today Heather and Ute talk about the third book in the Equestrian Adventuresses Book Series Leg Up. Like all the other book, it includes six true to life shor…
 
It's party time, we have an amazing accomplishment to celebrate, we have reached 100 podcast episodes. Today Heather, Ute and Krystal are sharing some highlights of the last 100 episodes. They talk about how far they have come in 2 short years and share some funny bloopers they have had along the way. The podcast team reviews some pretty great stat…
 
Cheri Villa's affinity for horses stemmed from toys, books, and TV shows she was a youngster – not from being around the majestic creatures like many kids. So, years later, when she articulated her desire to have a horse – something that didn't make conventional sense since she never grew up learning to ride – little did she realize that admission …
 
What started out as an afternoon with friends has turned into an event you don't want to miss out on. Skijourdue, who doesn't like to eat cheese, go fast on a horse while pulling a skier or boarder. Today Heather is speaking with Sam Mitchell from Millarville Alberta, CEO of Skijor Canada. They are discussing this amazing event she started as a way…
 
Dr. Tannetje' Crocker has worked really hard to develop an impressive social media following and the content that she provides to young veterinarians is invaluable. In this episode, she gives some tactical pointers on how and why a social media presence (and therefore, a personal brand!) can be really important for your career. Tune in to hear how …
 
On today's episode Ute talks with Amy Haldane, stud manager at her family's farm and breeder of Icelandic Horses in Australia. Her family was the first to import Icelandic Horses from Denmark and later from Iceland to Australia. And they have thrived! Today there are around sixty horses at her farm and she has foals every year. Amy has also founded…
 
Niki Kuklenski of Washington state has been involved with llamas since she was a youngster. After graduating from college, she went on to train the top show llama of all time. Following his success, Eagle became registered for therapy work with Pet Partners, a national organization that registers nine different species of animals for such purposes.…
 
On today’s episode, Ute talks with Edda Tischer, trail rider and Equestrian Adventuress from Germany. In September 2020 Edda rode together with her friend from her home in Saxonia-Anhalt to the theme park Pullman City in the Harz Mountains. They covered around 100 km in seven days to reach their destination. Edda tells about how she prepared the ri…
 
In today's episode Heather is back at the Tack shop learning about western saddles. They discuss the different types, different uses and why some are so heavy. We find out the best way to try out a saddle, things to look for when riding in it the first time and some advice on fitting the saddle. The talk about used saddles and how to see if the tre…
 
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