Counting down the best horse podcasts of 2020. Who you should be listening to, what they’re about and where you can listen in. We’ve also got tips on how to start your own horse podcast show!
Author: Hebe Webber
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In this article we are going to be counting down the 10 best equestrian podcasts that you should be listening to this year!
Number 10 is the Whoa! podcast about horses and horsemanship. EQA founder Krystal Kelly has actually had the pleasure of being featured on this podcast. She’s shared some of her personal stories and adventures. You can go to the Whoa! podcast and check out Krystal’s interviews, she shares a lot of really fun stories! So I know you’re going to love it!
The Endurance Horse podcast. Endurance Horse is a way to bring endurance riders together across the globe.
Podcast number 8 is the EQUUS Film and Arts podcast. This is the premier program for horse lovers who have a passion for horses in film, art and literature. Each week they have interesting conversations with equestrian film makers, artists and authors from across the globe.
Our horse podcast number 7 is Young Black Equestrians. This is a new podcast that was released in December 2019. They open up conversations hoping to educate others and promote the equestrian lifestyle for people around the world.
Podcast # 6
Number 6 is Have Horse Will Travel. Have Horse Will Travel is a new podcast. It’s about one woman’s quest to visit 48 States riding against domestic violence. It is the official podcast of the Centauride.
Onwards and upwards to podcast number 5! It’s Going The Distance. This podcast is for pleasure riding with your horse and competitive endurance riding. This show is actually hosted by a UK para endurance rider! It covers all aspects of long distance riding. Which includes pleasure riding with your horse all the way to competitive endurance.
And for podcast number 4… of course I wasn’t going to leave out this one. It’s the Equestrian Adventuresses podcast. It’s the show for women who love horses, travel & adventure. It’s our mission to give you the tools, resources and inspiration to go and travel the world on horseback. In the Equestrian Adventuresses podcast, we interview a lot of amazing women.
They share their exciting equestrian stories, some of which are pretty epic and hardcore! So go and check it out if you haven’t already. It’s available on Spotify, iTunes, Stitcher and YouTube. If you haven’t downloaded it already, it’s absolutely free to do so. And I would definitely recommend subscribing!
Horse podcast number 3 is the Horse Radio Network. EQA founder Krystal Kelly has even been featured on this podcast a few times! They’ve invited her to talk about the Mongol Derby or when she was driving her little pink classic Mini around in Italy. She discussed some of her trips such as travelling around in Bhutan and various other countries. So go and check out the Horse Radio Network and their show Horses In The Morning.
And next is horse podcast number 2, Because Of Horses. In this podcast you will hear about how many equestrians “because of horses” have led very amazing and interesting lives.
Finally horse podcast number 1 is Under The Saddle. It’s about loosening the girth and seeing where the conversation takes them. They have some of the biggest names in the equestrian world. They discuss the horse world, life stories, current affairs, wellness and who knows what else!
So there’s the 10 equestrian podcast shows that I recommend you listen to. Which leads me to say, if you are interested in making your own equestrian podcast there are a couple of steps that you need to do.
How to start your own show
First of all, it’s usually inexpensive to start your own podcast. However I recommend that you get a good microphone and that you have some kind of program where you can record the conversations. It can be via Skype or or another system. Then of course you need to be able to edit your podcast episodes as well as host them online.
So you’ll have to pay a monthly hosting fee in order to go and post your own equestrian podcast. And if you are interested in having your own horse podcast and you want to be featured in one of our next videos please feel free to reach out to us!
If we haven’t mentioned your favourite equestrian podcasts in this article, please leave a comment below and let us know what they are!
Want to hear more exciting adventures from our founder, Krystal Kelly? Listen to her EQA podcast interview. She gives us the down low on how her horse adventures started, how she survived driving from England to Mongolia and coping with Egyptian marriage proposals!
You can find all our podcasts on Spotify, iTunes and Stitcher. Browse the episodes and get an idea of what they’re all about. If you’re interested in how you can travel the world on horseback, then check out our Travel Guide Books For Equestrians.