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Horse Podcast Ep 34: Andalusian Horse Breeder, Trainer and Even a Farrier

On today’s episode Heather has a great conversation with Colleen Aitken a local Saskatchewan Andalusian breeder and trainer, who also happens to be a pretty darn good farrier.  Hear stories of how she decided to start a career in the horse industry, why she choose Andalusian has her favourite breed and she tells us aboutContinue reading “Horse Podcast Ep 34: Andalusian Horse Breeder, Trainer and Even a Farrier”

Horse Podcast Ep 33: Q&A Traveling Internationally with Your Horse

On today’s episode Ute and Heather are answering your questions in another Q&A episode. They will review what is required when taking your horse across international borders. They look at costs associated, means of transportation, what documents are required and if there are quarantines that need to be followed. Keep the questions coming as we do enjoyContinue reading “Horse Podcast Ep 33: Q&A Traveling Internationally with Your Horse”

Horse Podcast Ep 32: Photographing the Wild Horses of Namibia

In today’s episode Heather talks with a photographer from South Africa who has taken special pride in documenting the Wild Horses of Namibia. Hear stories about these amazing horses and learn about the challenges they face in the desert. We also learn about  some  other African horse Safaris and other international travel she has done.

Horse Podcast Ep 31: Against the Odds – A Young Woman’s Struggle with her Fate

In today’s episode Ute talks to Dawn-Marie, a young British woman who suffers from ME (myalgic encephalomyelitis) also known as Chronic Fatigue Syndrome as well as a heart disease. Instead of giving up and resigning herself to her fate of living a life in the shadow of her illnesses, she decided not to give upContinue reading “Horse Podcast Ep 31: Against the Odds – A Young Woman’s Struggle with her Fate”

Horse Podcast Ep 30: How Corona is Affecting the Way We Travel and Live

On today’s episode Heather and Ute discuss once more how to travel during the recent Covid-19 epidemic. Both of them have talked with travel professionals to share some more information how to travel safely by air and how Corona is affecting travellers, travel outfitters and agents.

Horse Podcast Ep 29: International Travel During a Pandemic

On today’s episode Heather and Ute discuss international travel during the Covid-19 pandemic. Ute details her personal experience of flying from India to Germany this summer. They share some travel tips and what to expect if you decide to travel internationally.

Horse Podcast Ep 28: National Geographic Top Ten Horse Riding Holiday Destinations

In today’s episode Heather and Ute talk about the Top Ten Horse Riding Holiday Destinations as compiled by the National Geographic Magazine. Each destination has its pros and cons and there are so many different things to consider – budget, terrain, horses or riding experience. A great way to get some travel ideas and doContinue reading “Horse Podcast Ep 28: National Geographic Top Ten Horse Riding Holiday Destinations”

Horse Podcast Ep 27: Riding Police Horses in India – A German Woman living & riding in Gujerat

In today’s episode Ute talks with Semra Yücel, a German woman living in Gujerat/India, being married to an Indian police officer. Horses have always been her passion, but she finally learned horse riding in India on an Indian police horse and now has purchased her first own horse. Semra tells us more about Indian policeContinue reading “Horse Podcast Ep 27: Riding Police Horses in India – A German Woman living & riding in Gujerat”

Horse Podcast Ep 26: Backyard Adventures – Horse Trekking in Switzerland

In today’s episode Ute talks to Nicole Heppler who rode solo with her Irish Cob mare Flora through her backyard, the beautiful Emmental in Switzerland. They covered more than 160 km in seven days up and down the mountains. Nicole tells about how she prepared herself and her horse, what challenges they faced and whatContinue reading “Horse Podcast Ep 26: Backyard Adventures – Horse Trekking in Switzerland”