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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.
 
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!
 
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 ...
 
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Sue Manning had a very special adventure. This summer she hiked the Cairngorms with her pony Kirsty as pack horse. And not only did she have fun travelling this way, she also did it for a good cause, collecting money for the Red Cross Campaign "Miles for Refugees 2022". In today's podcast episode she talks about all her adventures, her highs and lo…
 
This episode is unlike any transformation I have shared on the podcast before because you get to hear it unfold in real-time and holy moly is it cool to witness! My lovely client and guest for today's episode is Danielle Crowell. I met Danielle a few weeks ago as she interviewed me for an episode on The Equestrian Connection Podcast by We Horse (yo…
 
Every time you interact with your horse, there is the possibility of improving your communication and understanding. However, planning and intention must be present for each ride to be an actual stepping stone. Having one without the other will not give you the outcome you are hoping for. Creating the plan and setting the intention is key to each r…
 
Mongol Derby, the who what when where, and why of the world's longest horse The course the Mongol Derby follows recreates the horse messenger system developed by Genghis Khan in 1224 through the Mongolian Steppe. This year 46 riders from all over the world will participate in this challenging race starting on August 10. This equestrian endurance ra…
 
There is a point in every rider's journey where balance becomes less about staying on and more about increasing overall effectiveness. However, in order to positively influence the horse, the rider needs to begin working on developing better balance. I feel that one of the best ways to do this is by developing independent aids. Independent from bot…
 
In this episode, I talk about social media and how we can best engage with it to support us on our journey rather than feel like we are not good enough. We have far more control over our reality than we sometimes realise. To connect with me on Instagram, click here: - https://www.instagram.com/felicitydavies_/ or jump on my website https://www.conf…
 
In this episode, Dr Tracy Rainwaters and I have a open conversation about how to navigate the loss of an animal before, during and after their passing based on our experiences so far. For those who haven't heard Tracy on the podcast before, she is a Shaman, Animal Communicator, Animal Chiropractor, Energy Healer and just an incredible human being. …
 
What an epic adventure! Maren Brümmer crossed Germany from North to South, riding from the Baltic Sea for more than 1000 km all the way to the Alpes with her home-bred Trakehner mare Auri. In today's podcast episode she talks about her passion trail riding and why she did the ride alone. Show Notes: https://equestrianadventuresses.com/2022/08/03/ho…
 
We all have talents. Things that seem to come naturally to us and that we excel at. Your horse is the same. And, in my experience, when we approach training our horses with the idea that we are helping them develop their talents, everyone is happier. Unfortunately, it is common practice for many people to focus on weaknesses. Both in the human and …
 
Nicole is joined by Shane and Trevor Breen to give you an insight into their lives. From their success at Hickstead to competing against your brother, hear what it is like to be one of the most famous duos in the world of Jumping. This show is kindly supported by Connolly's RED MILLS. Listen for free across all podcast platforms.…
 
You say Bonjour when you visit Normandy! Shortly after you will be saying ooh la la tres bein. Horses have played an essential role in Normandy's history, traditions, and folklore. Some of the best racehorse breeding comes from Normandy, along with over 2000 sport stud farms. This area is famous for its schools, which offer farrier training, saddle…
 
I find it a little mind-boggling how, the longer we spend developing ourselves as riders, the more we need to unlearn. Especially when it comes to those first one or two initial horse riding lessons! Using your hands and arms to 'steer' the horse is one of those things. And, flexion is often one of the best concepts to help riders become clearer on…
 
In this episode, I chat with former Confident Equestrian Program student Lisa Mills. She is an Equine Assisted Counsellor and the proud owner of a beautiful Standardbred and very cute mini. Together we discuss: -How she became an Equine Assisted Counsellor after moving through many different career paths -Getting her first horse as an adult and her…
 
Summer time is insect time and a lot of horses have problems with allergies, horse flies or midges. In today's episode Ute talks with Daniela Vadehra, endurance rider, horse breeder and nutritionist about common skin problems we encounter with our horses during summer such as sweat itch, sun burn, mud fever or skin allergies and what we can do to h…
 
Have you noticed how, for many people, the longer they spend in the saddle, the less curious they become about a lot of things ‘riding related’? Now, other riders are the exact opposite, they want to go deeper and further in all aspects of riding. Which is fantastic. If you have found yourself doing something for the sake of just doing something wi…
 
It's a big show this week listeners as Sam and Diarm take a look at the Nations Cup in Sweden this week, King Edward's incredible CAS Value and Nicole has caught up with David Simpson to hear about his climb to the top of the sport. This show is kindly supported by Connolly's RED MILLS. Listen for free across all podcast platforms.…
 
Do you have favorite packing tips? I know we do. In today's EQA #265 join Heather as she shares some packing tips for your next riding adventure. From what type of bra to buying a sim card in destination she covers it all. Heather covers you from top to bottom with advice on packing tips, ways to maximize your carry-on luggage, and even a tip to us…
 
Can changing one thing really help you to improve your riding? I think so, and the great news is that regardless of how well you ride, you can begin to implement this the very next time you’re in the saddle. This exercise is suitable for you to ride in walk, trot, and canter. It is also something you can use for lateral work and even grids and jump…
 
In this episode, I talk with former Confident Equestrian Program student Sophie Evans about her journey with horses and navigating her horsemanship awakening. Listen to part 2 of this podcast to hear her talk about: -The struggles she was having with her WB mare, Peaches -Her introduction to horsemanship -The mindest struggles she had trying to ble…
 
In this episode, I talk with former Confident Equestrian Program student Sophie Evans about her journey with horses and navigating her horsemanship awakening. Listen to part 1 of this podcast to hear her talk about: -How she got involved with horses -What it was like getting her first horse in her 20's -Her experiences working as a groom at lots of…
 
Sam is joined by Nicole to look back at a brilliant CHIO Aachen, from the Nations Cup, Grand Prix and the movers and shakers on the EquiRatings elite list. Plus the big guns are out this weekend in Knokke with strong teams in particular from Sweden and the Netherlands, who tops the podium? Tag us across social media to let us know who you think - @…
 
How can we keep horses in an eco-friendly way and reduce their and our ecological footprint? This is the question I want to talk about in today's podcast episode. Horse are big animals, they eat and poop a lot and need space. But did you know that horses are also carbon sequesters and can help saving the planet? Like everything, the question whethe…
 
Time, or the lack thereof, is often the number one thing that keeps riders from training their own horses. And while time is an essential part of the puzzle in order to develop and grow your horse successfully, often we overestimate how much of it we actually need. In fact, one of the reasons riders often don’t have enough time to work with their h…
 
As a child did you attend summer camp? Summer camps are no longer just for kids. In today's podcast #263 Ute and Heather are talking all about adult summer camps. Imagine a week-long camp where you ride horses, maybe chase cows, eat incredible food and have a soak in a hot tub. Now that sounds like a great vacation. The ladies share some adult summ…
 
I am all for intentional, relaxing hacks with your horse. And I also think that it’s worth remembering that not all hacks have to be for ‘doing nothing’. In fact, there are some things that may actually happen more easily when out of the arena. Working contact is, for some riders and horses, one of those things. We are always working towards soft, …
 
In this episode, I chat with Kayla Russell. She is a Chartered Accountant and a past student of my Confident Equestrian Program, so I thought she would be the perfect person to join me to discuss financial empowerment for horse owners! Together we talk about: -All things budgeting for horse owners -How to shift from avoiding your finances to empowe…
 
The Hickstead Derby is one of the most iconic jumping classes in the world and who better to talk to us about it than the queen of the derby, Harriet Biddick. From how to ride the bank to her chances this year she gives you a real insight into what it is like to compete there. Sam, Diarm and Nicole also preview the class and take a look at what we …
 
Switzerland is one of the most famous holiday destinations in Europe and it is also a great country to discover on horseback. Famous for its cheese, chocolate and banks, Switzerland also has its own horse breed the Franches-Montagne or Freiberger and a beautiful and varied countryside from hills and meadows in the North and West to hight mountains …
 
Why is it that, as equestrians, we often want to immediately have what we see others with? And I’m not just talking about saddles, boots, and gloves… But the actual ‘horse’, exercises, movements, training, and level of performance. We ‘know’ that time is required, but gosh, time can mean a lot of things to a lot of different riders! When you are wo…
 
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