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Best Horseshow podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Horseshow podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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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.
 
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In this episode, Dr. Lacher and show host Justin Long talk about sweat. Do you know how much sweat your horse can lose, or how to determine that? Learn what sweating means for your horse, and how to help them do it well. And on the other end of the spectrum are the non-sweaters. Learn what the inability to sweat looks like in case it happens to you…
 
If you know, you know: There’s something about loving horses that makes us all just a little bit crazy. This week, we’re talking to New York Times journalist and author, Sarah Maslin Nir about her new book, how girthing affects breathing and the new Tokyo 2021 schedule. Thanks for tuning in. Guests and Links Episode 71: Host: Justine Griffin, Award…
 
Diversity is top of mind right now, including horse sports. This week, we’re talking about what to do when you feel burnt out, how eventer Kanyon Walker balances horses with his college football career and what does one horse have to do with fortune cookies? Thanks for tuning in. Guests and Links Episode 70: Host: Justine Griffin, Award Winning Jou…
 
If only we could ALL be the Queen of England, and spend our quarantine period riding horses every day. This week, we’re discussing what horse shows will look like in the After Times, and by that we mean, After-Corona-Times. And we’ll get some tips on how one equestrian entrepreneur is staying busy despite the state of the world right now. Thanks fo…
 
In this episode, Dr. Erica Lacher and show host Justin Long take a deep dive into tendon and ligament injuries, why they happen, and how the rehab process works. Spoiler alert: there's a lot of work involved! Physical therapy is just as important for horses as it is for people, and failing to put in the time and effort can have negative consequence…
 
To pull shoes or not to pull shoes? That is the question. Like everyone else, we’re trying to stay sane while stuck in quarantine. This week, we’re talking about our favorite tips and wardrobe picks for the sunny and warm spring season and how to battle allergies. Thanks for tuning in. Guests and Links Episode 68: Host: Justine Griffin, Award Winni…
 
In this episode, Dr. Erica Lacher and show host Justin Long interview Brandi Phillips, the Animal Technical Rescue Branch Director for the University of Florida's Veterinary Emergency Treatment Service (UF VETS). Topics include services available from first responders (911) and organizations that specialize in large and small animal emergency rescu…
 
Tired of hearing about coronavirus? Us too! This week, asked a super show jumping mom how she got her nerve back to jump the big sticks after having a baby. Horses are athletes and we discuss tips on how to help reduce fatigue. Thanks for tuning in. Guests and Links Episode 67: Host: Justine Griffin, Award Winning Journalist with Host: Jessica Payn…
 
It’s normal to feel the pressure in competition. But how you learn to keep your cool in the moment? We asked an expert for help. This week, we’re talking about Beezie Madden’s announcement and our biggest pet peeves in the barn. Listen in... Guests and Links Episode 66: Link for site impaired – Host: Justine Griffin, Award Winning Journalist with H…
 
Is it appropriate to message a new trainer on Facebook? This week, we’re talking about the etiquette of barn and trainer shopping, and the effects of late-night classes on horses and grooms. P.S. - Did you know the coronavirus affects horses, too? Thanks for tuning in. Guests and Links Episode 65: Host: Justine Griffin, Award Winning Journalist wit…
 
Every horse girl dreams of owning their own farm one day. But are they really prepared for all the work that’s involved? This week, we’re celebrating Payne Baby No. 2, discussing turnout politics and how much does it really cost to show in Wellington, anyway? Thanks for tuning in. Guests and Links Episode 64: Host: Justine Griffin, Award Winning Jo…
 
In this episode, Dr. Erica Lacher and show host Justin Long discuss a variety of things that happen infrequently to individual horses, but regularly across the horse world, and how to be prepared for them. Topics include transportation, high-cost procedures, back-up plans in case you are incapacitated, natural disasters, and more.…
 
Can you believe it’s almost 2020? This week, we’re celebrating our new year's resolutions, talking about our favorite highlights of the year, and discussing the best cardio tips to stay motivated in the winter riding season. Listen in… Guests and Links Episode 63: Link for site impaired – Host: Justine Griffin, Award Winning Journalist with Host: J…
 
For this episode we have hour eleven of the 2019 HRN Holiday Radiothon, Heels Down Happy Hour hosts get the party started with some fun holiday madness and special guest Ellesse Jordan Gundersen. We share our annual holiday drink recommendation and enjoy some awesome listener-submitted holiday songs, poems, and greetings. Plus, we give away a bunch…
 
Having trouble finding the motivation to stay fit in winter? Us too. This week, we’re talking to show jumper Danielle Goldstein on how to ignore cyberbullies and the USEF finally banned DEPO, but what does it all mean? Listen in... Guests and Links Episode 61: Link to Sound File for Sight Impaired: Host: Justine Griffin, Award Winning Journalist wi…
 
Is it already time to be worrying about winter riding clothes? Yikes. This week, we’re talking about the differences between the jogs from one discipline to another, and have you thought about adding your horse to your will? Listen in... Guests and Links Episode 60: Link to Sound File for Sight Impaired: Host: Justine Griffin, Award Winning Journal…
 
Nobody looks good in tight white breeches. I repeat: nobody. This week, we’re talking with a dietician about body image and proper dieting for equestrian athletes. It’s been a while since Facebook cracked down on horse ads, so how are people selling horses? And when is it too cold to hose down your horse? Listen in... Guests and Links Episode 59: L…
 
Horse show costs can be daunting, depending on the level you ride at. But are we pricing out some competitors with all these exorbitant fees? This week, we’re sharing stories of the dumbest things we’ve done for horses, and Jess dishes on how handle working in the barn while managing morning sickness. Listen in... Guests and Links Episode 58: Link …
 
Trouble on the Burghley cross-country course has sparked a deeper conversation about safety in eventing. This week, we’re talking about balancing safety devices and pushing the technical boundaries of cross-country, our favorite healthy snacks for horse shows, and our favorite tips and tricks for hacking outside the arena. Listen in... Guests and L…
 
In this episode, Dr. Carissa Wickens from the University of Florida joins Dr. Erica Lacher and show host Justin Long in the studio to talk about horse behavior. As an equine behavior expert, Dr. Wickens offers some fascinating insights into why horses do what they do, and what we can do to shape their behavior while improving our relationship with …
 
Everybody fails, even the pros. This week, we’re reminiscing on our biggest mess-ups and what we learned from them. Georgina Bloomberg joins us to talk about how she balances horse sport and rescuing animals while living in the Big Apple. And, we ask her all the important questions about her furry friends. Listen in... Guests and Links Episode 56: …
 
In this episode, Dr. Lacher and Justin Long discuss going into fall, and transitioning safely from grass to hay. When the temperature drops and the grass dies off, the diet change can be difficult for horses, and their hydration can fall off. This puts them at an increased risk of colic. Dr. Lacher gives some strategies for reducing that risk while…
 
Everyone’s got an opinion on SafeSport, but who actually knows how it works? We brought in an attorney to explain. This week, we’re talking about how to get over the fear of speed when in the saddle and holy cuteness alert: you might be seeing more mini horses on airplanes pretty soon. Listen in...By Horse Radio Network, LLC
 
Being “straight” in the saddle is harder than it sounds. This week, we’ll share tips on how not to be crooked, thanks to the German Riding Instructor. We’re also talking to a hunter rider who has made it his mission to rescue as many adorable, abandoned mini ponies as he humanly can, and could you imagine washing and plaiting ONE horse for 10 hours…
 
In this episode, Dr. Erica Lacher and show host Justin Long talk to Dr. Rob Franklin, a boarded internist, veterinarian, and co-founder of Full Bucket about probiotics. Dr. Franklin explains the ins and outs of probiotics, and clears the air about what's helping your horse and what isn't.By Dr. Erica Lacher and Justin Long
 
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