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Horsing Around is all about horses, of course. We cover everything from how to get started in horses to how to best take care of your equine companion. You'll learn all about nutrition, hoof care, training, veterinary issues and behavior. We cover breed topics, riding and alternative therapies. Even communicating with horses that have gone to the Great Beyond is among our list of subjects. Our podcasts include guests in every field of the horse world. Trainers,veterinarians, farriers, breed ...
 
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Audrey welcomes trick rider, Suzanne De Laurentis to talk about the new sport of Equine Agility. Equine agility is for horse lovers that want to have an enriched experience with their companion horses in a venue that offers and appreciates Good Sportsmanship and Good Horsemanship! Agility generally appeals to horse lovers that don't want to compete…
 
Animal communicator Carole Devereux talks to Audrey about her book Spirit of the Horse: The New Myths of Equus, where creation myths and other mystical topics are covered from the equine point of view. More details on this episode MP3 Podcast - Spirit of the Horse with Audrey PaviaBy Audrey Pavia
 
Take a behind-the-scenes tour of Cavalia as Audrey talks to trick and Roman rider Fairland Ferguson about her amazing work in the show. "Cavalia" is often described as a "'Cirque du Soleil' with horses," though it's really a horse of a different color! More details on this episode MP3 Podcast - Riding High in Cavalia with Audrey Pavia…
 
Audrey talks to natural horsemanship clinician and trainer, animal communicator and Reiki Master Anna Twinney about the language of the horse, how horses communicate with us and each other. More details on this episode MP3 Podcast - The Language of the Horse with Audrey PaviaBy Audrey Pavia
 
One of the most exciting competitive trail sports is Ride & Tie, where two humans and one horse team up to race through the countryside. This week, Audrey talks to Melanie Weir, vice president of the Ride and Tie Association about how to get started in this fun-filled sport. More details on this episode MP3 Podcast - Ride & Tie with Audrey Pavia…
 
Nature designed horses to be grazers, constantly eating their way through life. Unfortunately, modern horsekeeping methods don't honor the way the horse was meant to eat, resulting in a variety of health and behavior problems. In this episode of Horsing Around, equine nutritionist Juliet M. Getty, Ph. D., author of "Feed Your Horse Like a Horse," e…
 
Thousands of people around the world have witnessed the magic of the equine spectacular, Cavalia. In this episode, Audrey talks to Cavalia founders Frederic Pignon and Magali Delgado about the incredible relationships they have with their amazing Lusitano stallions. More details on this episode MP3 Podcast - The Soul of Cavalia with Audrey Pavia…
 
Herd-bound behavior in horses can be a real challenge for riders. Horses that won't leave the barn or their buddies can make a rider's life miserable. This week, Audrey talks to trainer and clinician Julie Goodnight about herd-bound horses and how to deal with this issue.. More details on this episode MP3 Podcast - The Herd-Bound Horse with Audrey …
 
Riding and caring for horses can be challenging at times. Many equestrians are faced with not only demands on their time, but also on their psyche. In this episode, Audrey talks to equestrian life coach Anke Johnson about how to maintain balance in your life while making the most of your horsy addiction. More details on this episode MP3 Podcast - B…
 
Have you ever wondered what it might be like to host a horse show? In this episode, Christy Wood, horse show judge and author of "Your Best Horse Show" gives Audrey the scoop on what it's like to organize your own event. More details on this episode MP3 Podcast - Putting On A Horse Show with Audrey Pavia…
 
Equine Metabolic Syndrome is a condition that can affect any horse of any breed, resulting in weight gain, lack of energy and laminitis. Previously diagnosed as hypothyroidism, Equine Metabolic Syndrome can be both prevented and managed. In this episode, Audrey talks to Lydia F. Gray, DVM, MA, about Equine Metabolic Syndrome and what this condition…
 
Audrey speaks with author Lucinda Dyer about the over 100 Budget-Friendly Ways You and Your Horse Can Save the Planet. You’ll get the advice you need to stop worrying about the environment and start doing something about saving it-- while at the same time saving money! And best of all, your green initiative can begin in the barn, alongside your hor…
 
Wild horses are the most beautiful equines of all. We can learn so much about our own horses just from observing wild horse behavior. In this episode, Audrey talks to Carol Walker, author of the book "Wild Hoofbeats," about the wild horses of South Wyoming. Carol spent several seasons observing and photographing these magnificent creatures and has …
 
Horses have a way of healing both our minds and bodies, and the practice of Equine Facilitated Learning fosters this synergy. This week, Audrey talks to trainer and clinician Franklin Levinson about Equine Facilitated Learning and how horse provide help to the mentally and physically challenged, as well as the average horse owner. More details on t…
 
Learn all about the oldest style of riding in the world as Audrey talks to USDF bronze and silver medallist Jennifer O. Bryant, author of The USDF Guide to Dressage. More details on this episode MP3 Podcast - Dressage 101 with Audrey PaviaBy Audrey Pavia
 
Horses are amazingly spiritual animals that have a lot to teach us if only we can learn to listen. In this episode, Audrey talks to author and artist Liz Mitten Ryan and energy healer Victoria Havercroft about Gateway Ranch, a special place in British Columbia where people go to find themselves through horses. More details on this episode MP3 Podca…
 
This week we’re speaking with trainer Missy Wryn of WHolistic Horsemanship again about the five fundamentals that translate on your saddle for a safer ride. More details on this episode MP3 Podcast - Five Fundamentals For A Safer Ride with Audrey PaviaBy Audrey Pavia
 
Before you can safely ride your horse, you need to establish rules on the ground. This week, Audrey talks to trainer and clinician Missy Wryn of WHolistic Horsemanship in Estacada, Oregon, about the Three Foundations for a Safer Horse. More details on this episode MP3 Podcast - The Three Foundations for a Safer Horse with Audrey Pavia…
 
For many riders, fear is their constant companion when in the saddle. This week, Audrey talks to Colorado trainer and clinician Franklin Levinson about the causes of rider fear and how to cope with it. More details on this episode MP3 Podcast - Conquering Fear with Audrey PaviaBy Audrey Pavia
 
Horses have been ridden in bits for hundreds of years, but a recent trend in bitless riding is questioning this age-old method of controlling a horse. This week, Audrey talks to bitless bridle expert Claudia Chavis about the difference between riding with a bit and without one. More details on this episode MP3 Podcast - Riding Bitless with Audrey P…
 
Gaining your horse's confidence is the single most important aspect of horsemanship, whether you show your horse or just poke around on the trail. Gifted horse trainer and clinician Franklin Levinson talks to Audrey about how to build confidence in your horse to develop a stronger, more fulfilling bond. More details on this episode MP3 Podcast - Bu…
 
Recent hurricanes in the Gulf have driven home the point that horse owners need to prepare for disaster to ensure their horses are safe. Audrey talks to Becky McConnico, DVM, equine branch director for the Louisiana State Animal Response Team and associate professor of veterinary medicine at Louisiana State University School of Veterinary Medicine.…
 
Known as America’s most respected horse trainer, Charles Wilhelm is the creator of Ultimate Foundation Training, equine training techniques that combine the best of traditional, classical and natural horsemanship into a methodology that is applicable to every riding discipline. Wilhelm's extensive background includes dressage, working cow horse, re…
 
Colic is one of the most common and insidious ailments affecting horses today. Horse owners need to recognize the early signs of this condition and know how to prevent it. Audrey visits with veterinarian Anthony Blikslager, a professor of equine surgery and gastroenterology at North Carolina State University, to get the scoop on colic. More details…
 
In July, the Bureau of Land Management announced it was considering euthanizing thousands of wild horses being kept in holding pens throughout the West. Not surprisingly, horse lovers are up in arms about this development. Audrey talks to Chris Heyde, deputy director, Government and Legal Affairs, of the Animal Welfare Institute, about the situatio…
 
The Spanish Mustang is the horse behind many of America's most popular breeds of today. A hardy and versatile horse, this rare breed is making a comeback. Audrey talks to Spanish Mustang breeder Susan Catt about the incredible horse with an amazing past and an even brighter future. More details on this episode MP3 Podcast - The First American Horse…
 
Audrey talks to horse owner Stephanie Vrabel, who took her only horse, an Appaloosa gelding named Wyakin Too, to the World Championship Appaloosa Show last year. Stephanie and "Flash" got to the big time without a lot of money, through perseverance and creativity. Learn from their experience! More details on this episode MP3 Podcast - Big Time Show…
 
The slowing economy and mortgage meltdown have led to an increase in abandoned and neglected horses. This week, Audrey talks to Gina Perrin, founder of Heavenly Horse Haven, an equine rescue in Anza, California. Gina describes how the housing situation has led to an increase in horses and other animals needing immediate assistance, and what horse l…
 
Our guest this week is trainer Ray Ariss, who brought a wild mustang named Hail Yeah from feral to phenomenal in only 100 days. A competitor in the 2007 Extreme Mustang Makeover, Ray saw Hail Yeah go for $50,000 in the post-event auction, making him the highest priced mustang in U.S. history. Ray talks to Audrey about his experience training Hail Y…
 
Audrey talks to Marianne Du Toit, author of “Crying With Cockroaches”, who in 1995, single-handedly planned and embarked on a three month cycling tour of Europe. In 2002 The TATA Challenge (www.tatachallenge.com) was conceived. It was an epic journey, which involved Marianne walking and trotting with only two horses for company (she was a novice ri…
 
This week we're going to talk about a very special sport that just about anyone can do on horseback... Competitive Trail Riding with guest, Beverly Roberts. More details on this episode MP3 Podcast - Competitive Trail Riding with Audrey PaviaBy Audrey Pavia
 
All about horse nutrition with holistic nutritionist Judy Sinner. Find out what to feed your horse, how much, what supplements should you use if any and more! More details on this episode MP3 Podcast - I said Hay Hay Hay, with Audrey PaviaBy Audrey Pavia
 
Audrey talks to veterinarian Kate Gentry-Running about acupuncture and traditional Chinese veterinary medicine, two forms of alternative therapies for horses. More details on this episode MP3 Podcast - Getting To The Point, with Audrey PaviaBy Audrey Pavia
 
Today's topic is Equestrian Pilates with Sue Kellogg-Graf . Find out how Equestrian Pilates helps riders! With a stronger yet agile body, riders are better able to move with their horses, are happier in their riding, easier to train, and also have fewer injuries. More details on this episode MP3 Podcast - Equestrian Pilates, with Audrey Pavia…
 
Today's topic is barefoot trimming with Marci Lambert. Marci's trimming style is based on the research of veterinarian Dr. Hiltrud Strasser; veterinary professor of anatomy of Michigan State University. Dr. Robert Bowker; and barefoot expert Pete Ramey. Marci has also found horses to be the best teachers of all. More details on this episode MP3 Pod…
 
Do you want to get started in riding, or improve the skills your already have? Then you need a good instructor. Since riding instructors are not licensed in the U.S. like they are in some other countries, you need to be more savvy when looking for someone to help you learn to ride. This week, we talk to Christy Landwehr, chief executive officer of …
 
Audrey welcomes everyone to her new show, Horsing Around, and gives an overview of what to expect in upcoming episodes. More details on this episode MP3 Podcast -Welcome to Horsing AroundBy Audrey Pavia
 
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