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Horse Podcast Ep 113: The EQA Book Club: Your Next Favourite Book

The March episode of the EQA book club. If you love books, this is the perfect place for you. Once a month, Heather, Ute and sometimes Krystal, will talk about their favourite horsey book. Today Ute has invited Carly Kade, author of three novels to join her, chatting about her book In the Reins, aContinue reading “Horse Podcast Ep 113: The EQA Book Club: Your Next Favourite Book”

Horse Podcast Ep 112: You Can Lead a Horse to Water…

You can lead a horse to water, but you can’t make him drink! Today’s episode is all about keeping your horse fed and watered while out on the trail. Heather stops by a local feed store to talk about what you can take with you while out of the trail to make sure your horseContinue reading “Horse Podcast Ep 112: You Can Lead a Horse to Water…”

Horse Podcast Ep 111: Long Distance Riding Passion – Crossing Europe on Horseback

In today’s episode, Ute talks with Cathleen Leonard, Equestrian Adventuress and long distance rider from England. Cathleen has traveled across Great Britain and Ireland with her two rescue draft horses, her Warmblood cross and her dog. She tells us all about her difficult beginnings, how she nearly gave up on long distance riding and howContinue reading “Horse Podcast Ep 111: Long Distance Riding Passion – Crossing Europe on Horseback”

Horse Podcast Ep 110: Horse Adventures in Ireland!

Today’s episode is about all the horse adventures in Ireland you can have while visiting. We would also like to celebrate St Patrick’s Day with all our Irish friends and family. Heather speaks with Susan Oakes, one of our Irish Adventuresses about horse adventures in Ireland. Your first adventure could be a Fox Hunt where youContinue reading “Horse Podcast Ep 110: Horse Adventures in Ireland!”

Horse Podcast Ep 109: I’ve Found My Next Unicorn – The Story of Buying the Perfect Horse

Today’s episodes continues where Heather left off in the search for her next Unicorn. She shares with the listeners the trials and tribulations of buying a new Horse. Heather talks about actually trying out a new horse, what she was looking for and how the first ride went. We hear about the pro and cons listContinue reading “Horse Podcast Ep 109: I’ve Found My Next Unicorn – The Story of Buying the Perfect Horse”

Horse Podcast Ep 108: Emotional Coaching with Horses in India

On today’s episode Ute talks with Charlotte Kingsman Chaudhary, a British woman married to an India and living near Delhi. Together with her husband, Charlotte has built up a Horsemanship Center in Gurgaon where they train horses and riders in a more natural approach to horses and horse riding. Charlotte is also a personal coachContinue reading “Horse Podcast Ep 108: Emotional Coaching with Horses in India”

Horse Podcast Ep 107: The Arabian Horse, Oldest Breed In The World

Today’s episode is all about the oldest horse breed in the world: the Arabian Horse. The first breed to be domesticated and the foundation breed in most modern horse breeds. The primary purpose of breeding the Arabians was to train them to be war horses which were capable of long travels and and quick attacks onContinue reading “Horse Podcast Ep 107: The Arabian Horse, Oldest Breed In The World”

Horse Podcast Ep 106: Polo & Ponies – Shooting Films About the Horse Cultures of North-East India

On today’s episode Ute talks with Roopa Barua, an Indian filmmaker who made two documentaries about Women’s polo in Manipur and pony races in Assam, two states in India’s North East. Roopa herself is not a horsewoman, however has subsequently found herself drawn to horses and has enjoyed herself tremendously shooting horses and their people.Continue reading “Horse Podcast Ep 106: Polo & Ponies – Shooting Films About the Horse Cultures of North-East India”

Horse Podcast Ep 105: Stirrups – The Biggest Invention After the Saddle & the Chariot

One of the most underrated equestrian equipment, is possibly the stirrup. We don’t think about them until or unless we have a problem with our legs, our balance or riding for a long period of time. Today the variety of types of stirrups including high-tech ones, is mind-boggling. You can get them in different shapes,Continue reading “Horse Podcast Ep 105: Stirrups – The Biggest Invention After the Saddle & the Chariot”

Horse Podcast Ep 104: An Unlikely Endurance Horse – Competing her Tennessee Walker in the Tevis Cup

In today’s episode, Ute talks with Susan Garlinghouse, DVM and Endurance Rider. Susan is on the AERC (American Endurance Riders Conference) board and lives in Tevis Country. She has competed in Endurance competitions all her life. After riding Arabians and Arabian crosses, she fell in love with a big, portly Tennessee Walking Horse called JohnContinue reading “Horse Podcast Ep 104: An Unlikely Endurance Horse – Competing her Tennessee Walker in the Tevis Cup”