TREC is a little known equestrian discipline which is all about orienteering and testing your skill as a trail rider. In today’s podcast episode I am talking with Kirsty Adams who is an expert, competing internationally on the British team and who tells us all about TREC and why she loves it.
In today’s podcast episode we look back and talk about the recent Equestrian competitions at the Tokyo Olympics. Who won, who lost and above all, what were the stories behind the scenes. In short, we tell you all about the ups and downs, about our personal favourites and bring you all the juicy gossip ofContinue reading “Horse Podcast Ep 169: Equestrian Olympics Tokyo 2020”
On today’s episode Ute talks with Denise Lukins, Equestrian Adventuress and horse rider from Washington State. Denise has discovered the discipline of Working Equitation a coupe of years ago and has been hooked. She competes on several different horses and enjoys travelling to different clinics and competitions. Today she shares with us some information aboutContinue reading “Horse Podcast Ep 147: Working Equitation”
Mounting shooting the fastest growing and most exciting equestrian sport in the world! Today’s episode takes us inside the world of Cowboy and Cowgirl mounted shooting. Heather speaks with Dora, a local Saskatchewan equestrian adventuress and active member of the Saskatchewan Mounted shooting Club. We will learn all the rules, patterns, the guns they use,Continue reading “Horse Podcast Ep 133: Mounted Shooting – Not just for Cowboys!”
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”
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”
On today’s episode, Ute talks with Hera Mirza, an Indian horse woman who competes in Tent Pegging, an equestrian sports which originated on the Indian subcontinent and is one of the ten internationally recognised sports by the FEI. Tent pegging is a fast and exiting Cavalry sports in which the rider has to pick upContinue reading “Horse Podcast Ep 85: Warrior Girl – An Indian Woman Competing in the Cavalry Sports of Tent Pegging”