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It's retired Off the Track Thoroughbred day as we take a look at Retired Racehorse Radio, the Thoroughbred Makeover and The Real Rider Cup. Plus, more Realli bAd Adz, listen in…HORSES IN THE MORNING Episode 3270 – Show Notes and Links:The HORSES IN THE MORNING Crew: Glenn the Geek: co-host, executive in charge of comic relief, Jamie Jennings: co-host, director of wacky equestrian adventuresTitle Sponsor: Kentucky Performance ProductsPhoto: Horse Radio NetworkGuest: Joy Orr, Retired Racehorse Radio | Facebook | TwitterGuest: Maggie Kimmitt, Thoroughbred Education and Research Foundation | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | Real Rider CupFollow Horse Radio Network on TwitterAdditional support for this podcast provided by RIDE TV, USRider, Horse and Hound Rescue, and Listeners Like You!Time Stamps05:10 - Daily Whinnies17:16 - Joy Orr27:20 - Maggie Kimmitt37:25 - Realli bAd Adz48:44 - Auditor Post Show
Bernie Harberts talks about his cross country treks on his mules, along with how he handled their hoofcare and hoof booting. Look out for his memoir "Two Mules to Triumph" about his adventures!For more info, see: riverearth.comThank you to our amazing sponsors:Equithrive offers supplements for everything from metabolic health to joint support – get 20% off your first order at equithrive.com with code HUMBLEHOOFCavallo Hoof Boots is offering 20% off a pair of Trek hoof boots at cavallo-inc.com with code HRNAnd special shout out to Grid as New, Mud Control Grids – they are a game changer for any mud issues, big or small! – mudcontrolgrids.com
Thanks for joining us on Sleep Stories for Equestrians, where we'll be continuing to read the classic horse story Stormy, Misty's Foal by Marguerite Henry.This episode covers chapters three and four, featuring peaceful meditation music to help you drift off to dreamland.00:51 - Guided Meditation01:30 - Our Story ContinuesConnect with the host Ashley Winch, she loves making new friends!FacebookLinkedInInstagramNote: This story is in the public domain.
In this episode of the Disease Du Jour podcast, we speak to equine nutritionist Dr. Clair Thunes about Feeding Thin or Rescued Horses.Disease Du Jour Podcast Hosts, Guests, and Links Episode 117:Hosts: Kimberly S. Brown (Editor) and Carly Sisson (Digital Content Manager) of EquiManagement | Email Carly (firstname.lastname@example.org) | Connect with Carly on LinkedInPodcast Website: Disease Du Jour
Pam Minick is an icon for anyone who loves excellence in rodeo, with a career that has spanned the decades with a timeless ability to bring out the best stories in the sport. A team roper and breakaway roper herself, Minick called the team roping play-by-play in the 1980s at the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo. Her longtime knowledge of the sport put her in the role, knowledge gained as a team roper herself who was also the 1973 Miss Rodeo America.--- This episode is presented by our #WomenInRodeoMonth sponsors: Mane N Tail, Resistol and R Watson Boots.
Today's episode is all about the Versatile Horse & Rider Competition! Sponsored by Chewy, the VHRC is an exciting competition that features a variety of obstacles. Today's guests are Greg Robinson, a ranch versatility expert and clinician who will also judge this fall's VHRC, and Noah Rattner, announcer of Equine Affaire and a big fan of the VHRC. Listen in...HORSES IN THE MORNING Episode 3269 – Show Notes and Links:Hosted by: Allison Rehnborg of Equine Affaire and Glenn the GeekTitle Sponsor: Equine AffaireGuest: Greg Robinson, FacebookGuest: Noah RattnerLink: Versatile Horse & Rider CompetitionTo subscribe, search Horses In The Morning in your favorite podcast player!Subscribe to all of the Horse Radio Network shows with our All Shows Feed! Search Horse Radio Network in your favorite podcast player!Follow Horse Radio Network on Twitter or follow Horses In The Morning on FacebookTime Stamps:04:54 - Greg Robinson27:00 - Noah Rattner
In the Daily Dose Health Report Dr. Jose Garcia-Lopez from University of Pennsylvania's New Bolton Center tells us all about Equine Meniscal Injuries. Theresa Mottola tells us all about Equus Fest East coming up this weekend in New Paltz, NY and some mighty Weird News. Listen in….HORSES IN THE MORNING Episode 3268 – Show Notes and Links:The HORSES IN THE MORNING Crew: Glenn the Geek: co-host, executive in charge of comic relief, Jamie Jennings: co-host, director of wacky equestrian adventures, Coach Jenn: producer, Chaos Control Officer.Title Sponsor: Learn more about Kemin EquineFeatured Image: HORSES IN THE MORNINGGuest: Dr. Jose Garcia-LopezGuest: Theresa Mottola | FacebookLink: Lindsey Patridge Go Fund MeFollow Horse Radio Network on TwitterAdditional support for this podcast provided by Daily Dose Equine, State Line Tack and Listeners Like You!Time Stamps:03:40 - Daily Whinnies16:00 - Dr. Jose Garcia-Lopez25:20 - Theresa Mottola33:00 - Why you should visit Ocala39:40 - Weird News
If you've ever had your own "heart horse," you'll understand the need to share stories like this one, to keep special memories of our beloved horses alive. Even if you've never been so fortunate, "Old Soldier" is an unforgettable story about an unforgettable horse whose bond with his owner was undeniable. Give it a listen!This episode of Barn Stories is brought to you by HorseWeek and the USRider Roadside Assistance motor plan.
On this episode of The Ride's Winning Insight Horse&Rider OnDemand expert Cody Crow talks about the basics of backing and how you can teach your horse to willingly back up.At Horse&Rider OnDemand you can enjoy hundreds of how-to videos from disciplines like reining, ranch riding, reined cow horse, natural horsemanship, and more. Visit OnDemand.HorseandRider.com and use promo code THERIDE for 15% off.This episode is brought to you by US Rider.Be sure to follow us on Facebook and Instagram. We want to hear from you! Email Nichole and Devin at HorseandRider@equinenetwork.com if you have any questions or comments.
Dr. Sallie Hyman joins the Horses In The Morning crew to talk about caring for pleasure/trail horses that are in light sporadic work.Host:Coach JennTodays contributor: Dr. HymanHorses In The MorningSupport for this podcast provided by: Sentinel Horse NutritionAdditional support for this episode provided by HRN AuditorsListen to more podcasts for horse people at Horse Radio Network
In this episode of The Business of Practice podcast, we talk to Dr. Stacey Cordivano about Psychological Safety and what that means in the equine veterinary workplace.Business of Practice Podcast Hosts, Guests, and Links Episode 70:Hosts: Kimberly S. Brown (Editor) and Carly Sisson (Digital Content Manager) of EquiManagement | Email Carly (email@example.com) | Connect with Carly on LinkedInPodcast Website: The Business of Practice
Join us for the first episode of Sleep Stories for Equestrians, where we'll be reading the classic horse story Stormy, Misty's Foal by Marguerite Henry.This episode covers chapters one and two, featuring peaceful meditation music to help you drift off to dreamland.00:51 - Guided Meditation01:33 - Our Story BeginsConnect with the host Ashley Winch, she loves making new friends!FacebookLinkedInInstagramNote: This story is in the public domain.
In recent months, several surveys have been circulated regarding the U.S. horse industry. The American Horse Council's Equine Economic Impact Survey is one that has been active since April and will be wrapping up September 29. This survey, done once every five years, has been used by hundreds of local and federal groups, horse associations and horse owners to support their industry in times of need. In this episode, four leaders in the industry share how they have used the previous survey's results to help protect and support their local horse industry, trails and gain recognition for the impact horses and the industry has had on their economy. The AHC strongly encourages you to participate in the survey and share with other horse owners from now until September 29. Everyone that fills out the survey is eligible to win one of the amazing prizes, including a new John Deere Z545R ZTrak Mower (valued at $7.500), one year of feed from either Nutrena or Purina, enrollment in Texas A&M's AgriLife Equine Reproductive Management Online Course and more!HORSES IN THE MORNING Episode 3237 – Show Notes and Links:Your Hosts: Julie Broadway (President) and Megan Arszman (Marketing & Communications) of the American Horse CouncilSponsored by: Participate in the American Horse Council Equine Economic Impact Survey Sponsored by: Equine Discounts with NTRAGuest: Lonny Powell CEO & Executive Vice President of the Florida Thoroughbred Breeders' and Owners' AssociationGuest: Dr. Karin Bump with Saddle Up NY! Guest: Dr. Sally Lynch with Old Field Farm in New York Guest: Dr. Chelsie Huseman with Texas A&M UniversityTexas A&M Equine Reproductive Management Short CourseSaddle Up NY!Florida Thoroughbred Breeders' and Owners' AssociationFollow Horse Radio Network on Twitter or follow Horses In The Morning on FacebookFollow the American Horses Council on Facebook and Instagram
As the only true team event in the sport of rodeo, that team aspect is vital. Two-time World Champion Patrick Smithrecognizes this and has created an instructional video based around it, and come November 2023, it's streaming exclusively on Roping.com. His new instructional video by PoleStar Visuals, Stay Driven, will focus on the team component of the sport, an element often overlooked by ropers of all levels and will use never-before-seen camera angles and video technology to deepen viewers' understanding of the sport. On this episode of The Short Score, Smith joins Chelsea Shaffer, host of The Score, to talk about his new instructional video.____This episode is brought to you by R. Watson Boots as part of Women in Rodeo Month 2023. R. Watson Boots has joined The Team Roping Journal, The Breakaway Roping Journal, BarrelRacing.com and CalfRoping.com in celebrating Women in Rodeo Month to honor the ladies who drive the sport forward.
Serious episode warning: Jamie and Glenn talk about losing a member of the HRN family and the power of community. Then we play for you the recording Reese and Glenn did honoring Philip Parkes of the Dressage Radio Show. Listen in…HORSES IN THE MORNING Episode 3266 – Show Notes and Links:The HORSES IN THE MORNING Crew: Glenn the Geek, Jamie Jennings, produced by Coach JennFollow Horse Radio Network on TwitterAdditional support for this podcast provided by Cosequin®, Purina, and Listeners Like You!
It is with profound sadness that Reese and Glenn sit down to discuss the loss of Dressage Radio Show host Philip Parkes. Listen in...GUESTS AND LINKS DRESSAGE EPISODE 728:Co-Hosts: Reese Koffler-Stanfield and Philip ParkesGuest: Glenn the GeekUSDFFollow Dressage Radio Show on Facebook, and follow Horse Radio Network on TwitterPlease visit our sponsors, who make all this possible Kentucky Performance Products
On this week's episode, German riding instructor Ronny Riemer explains rein connection. He clarifies that a loose rein is not a hanging or loopy rein, because that allows the bit to bounce in the horse's mouth, causing irritation. Rather, a loose rein means a soft hand that maintains connection to the horse's mouth.
Today's Training Buzz is sponsored by US Rider. This clip features Olympic team dressage bronze medalist Debbie McDonald, who has been part of high performance, international dressage as a rider, trainer and coach for decades. In this clip from a clinic ride, a young rider and schoolmaster gelding are given a great reminder of making sure the horse is sensitive and responsive. They work on suppleness and straightness, and Debbie give an excellent explanation of correcting the outside shoulder and lack of flexion.Members of Dressage Today OnDemand can watch the full video (and many more with Debbie McDonald) here. Not a member? Sign up for a free trial with subscription. Enter DTPODCAST at checkout to save 15%.Whether you're headed across the country or just down the road, you could be traveling with the peace of mind knowing you and your horse are protected by USRider's 24/7 roadside assistance coverage. From lockouts and jumpstarts to towing and stabling/veterinarian /farrier referrals, USRider ensures a breakdown won't leave you stranded — join today and save 15% with the code USRDT at USRider.org.Website: https://dressagetoday.comVideo Subscription Site: https://ondemand.dressagetoday.com/catalogSocial Media Links:Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DressageTodayInstagram: @DressageTodayTwitter: @DressageTodayPinterest: @DressageTodayEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgSponsor: https://usrider.org/usrdt
On this episode of the Adulting with Horses podcast, Heather and Natalie talk more about preparing for horse shows and competition. In the second part of the 2-part episode, they focus on mindset and the importance of self-awareness. For our special unedited, video version of this episode (that really happened), make sure to join our Patreon! Links:www.adultingwithhorsespodcast.comInstagram @adultingwithhorsespodcastTwitter @AdultingHorsesFacebook Group, The Clubhouse: https://www.facebook.com/groups/adultingwithhorsespodcast/Patreon https://www.patreon.com/AdultingWithHorsesPodcastThank you for being a little weird with us, horse girl! If you like what you hear make sure to subscribe to the podcast on your player of choice, join our Adulting with Horses Clubhouse on Facebook where you can become part of the show! Also, it's a great place to meet other horse crazy women. Thanks and see you next time! If you like what you hear but want a little more, become a Patreon member for extra bonus episodes, behind-the-scenes content with video, and more! https://www.patreon.com/AdultingWithHorsesPodcast
When Jake Barnes and Clay O'Brien Cooper first stepped on the ProRodeo scene, the bar was set at four: four world titles. That's what Leo Camarillo (in the team roping) had won and so had Jim Rodriguez Jr. Jake and Clay would of course go on to surpass that, eventually becoming seven-time world champs. But how badly did they want an eighth gold buckle?On this bonus Roping.com tips episode, Jake and Clay talk about the goal and what not winning it meant to them and their careers.___This episode is brought to you Nutramax. Cosequin ASU Joint & Hoof Pellets contain quality ingredients to support joint and hoof health and leave out the fillers molasses and alfalfa — all while delivering the taste horses love. The colors of our ingredients shine through for a difference you can see. Visit cosequinequine.com
Filipe Masetti talks about his 8 year odyssey riding on horseback over 25,000 kms across 12 international borders. Monty sits down with certified instructor Manjeev Chaudhary to talk about Marwari horses and the potential in India for growth. Listen in... Show Host: Debbie LoucksTitle Sponsor: HandsOn Gloves, All-In-One Shedding/Bathing/GroomingGlovesGuest: Monty RobertsGuest: Filipe MasettiGuest: Manjeev ChaudharyFor tips on Good Horsemanship: Ask MontyLearn more about Good Horsemanship at Monty Roberts EQUUS Online UniversityMonty's CalendarSubscribe to Monty Roberts YouTube ChannelFollow Monty Roberts on Twitter or on Instagram or on FacebookSee more at: MontyRoberts.comHear all the shows on the Horse Radio Network
We speak to Lauren Reischer about her career in Public Relations, her involvement with the Special Olympics, and how horses and riding changed her life.Equestrian B2B Guests and Links Episode 54:Hosts: Jennifer Wood and Jennifer Connor of EQ BusinesswomenGuest: Lauren Reischer
U.S. Marine Corps Veteran, Matthew Perella, took second place in the Mongol Derby and tells us all about it. Debbie from Horsemanship Radio joins us to fill us in on Monty's recent adventure to Brazil and some Realli bAd Adz. Listen in… HORSES IN THE MORNING Episode 3265 – Show Notes and Links:The HORSES IN THE MORNING Crew: Glenn the Geek: co-host, executive in charge of comic relief, Jamie Jennings: co-host, director of wacky equestrian adventuresTitle Sponsor: Kentucky Performance ProductsPhoto: Horse Radio NetworkGuest: Matt Perella from The Righteous Life Rescue RanchGuest: Debbie Loucks of Horsemanship RadioFollow Horse Radio Network on TwitterAdditional support for this podcast provided by RIDE TV, USRider, Horse and Hound Rescue, and Listeners Like You!Time Stamps03:08 - Daily Whinnies10:00 - Matt Perella25:10 - Debbie Loucks44:30 - Realli bAd Adz
In this National Reining Horse Association episode, we will discuss the nuances of the spin and how to train your horse one step at a time to achieve it with NRHA Judge Hoot Bricker from Pennsylvania and NRHA Professional Josiane Gauthier from North Carolina. Listen in....Episode 3264 Links:Hosts of the NRHA Monthly Episode: Christy Landwehr and Sara Honegger of the NRHATitle Sponsor: National Reining Horse AssociationGuest: Hoot BrickerGuest: Josiane GauthierTime Stamps:8:13 – Hoot Bricker31:10 – Josiane Gauthier
In today's Horse Health Report we meet husband and wife farrier duo Scott and Sydney Wilkinson. They share some tips on getting your horses feet ready for Winter. Part two of the Frey Equine Insurance series focuses on liability insurance for your horses and farm and plenty of weird news. Listen in…HORSES IN THE MORNING Episode 3263 – Show Notes and Links:The HORSES IN THE MORNING Crew: Glenn the Geek: co-host, executive in charge of comic relief, Jamie Jennings: co-host, director of wacky equestrian adventures, Coach Jenn: producer, Chaos Control Officer.Title Sponsor: Learn more about Kemin Equine - EquiSUMMITFeatured Image: HORSES IN THE MORNINGGuest: Scott Wilkinson CJF & Sydney WilkinsonGuest: Susan Strawser | FacebookFollow Horse Radio Network on TwitterAdditional support for this podcast provided by Daily Dose Equine, State Line Tack and Listeners Like You!Time Stamps:04:30 - Daily Whinnies17:00 - Sydney Wilkinson35:10 - Susan from Fry Insurance 49:18 - Weird News
Insurance can be an intimidating subject, so HRN founder Glenn the Geek sat down with Susan Strawser from Fry's Equine Insurance to make it all more clear.Host: Coach Jenn, Glenn the GeekTodays contributor: Fry's Equine InsuranceAdditional support for this episode provided by HRN AuditorsListen to more podcasts for horse people at Horse Radio Network
Nelson Wyatt, Andrew Ward, Coleman Proctor, Dustin Egusquiza, Tanner Tomlinson, Tyler Wade and Rhen Richard all weigh in on which horses should be in the conversation for the 2023 PRCA/AQHA Head Horse of the Year title—and what makes a true Horse of the Year in the PRCA in 2023. ---This episode is presented by Fast Back Ropes and their Centerfire2. The Centerfire2 is an all nylon with core construction. The Centerfire2 will appeal to ropers who like the feel of a bigger, heavier rope.Core constructionLarge diameterReduced body, no bounceDurableLays: XXS, XS, S, MSLength: 31'More information: https://fastbackropes.com/collections/team-ropes/products/centerfire2-head-31
Glenn brings you another round of interviews from the WESA market in August. Highlighting new companies and products that you might have missed. Listen in....Wisdom by WESA Special Episode August 2023: 00:32 - Hailey Nelson - Western and Co. 03:20 - Jamie Weidner from JT International 07:00 - Tim with Prince of Scots 11:12 - Carolina Crowley of the Carolina Crowley Collection 14:40 - Kacy Burke from Buckaroo Beau Books 18:25 - Ted from Cowboy Sh!t 23:48 - Jeff from Prime Performance Nutrition
In this episode of The Ride, Devin talks with Jodie Morton, a trail rider and mental health advocate about all things trail riding, what she likes to have on her when she rides, and what it's like traveling the world solo.This episode is brought to you by Purina. Be sure to follow us on Facebook and Instagram. We want to hear from you! Email Nichole and Devin at HorseandRider@equinenetwork.com if you have any questions or comments.
We learn about teaching horses to wear a neck collar. Former US Army Ranger Reid Albano shares his experience riding the Mongol Derby as an amputee. Chasing Dreams: The True Story of the Youngest Female Tevis Cup Champion author Sanoma Blakely stops by for a chat. AERC VP Kelly Williams Stehman has an update.Link for sight impaired – Click HereThe HORSES IN THE MORNING Crew: Coach Jenn and Karen ChatonImage Credit: Horses in the MorningGuest: Reid AlbanoGuest: Sanoma Blakely, Chasing Dreams: The True Story of the Youngest Female Tevis Cup Champion Guest: AERC VP Kelly Williams StehmanFollow Horse Radio Network on TwitterAdditional support for this podcast provided by: Sentinel Horse Nutrition, The Distance Depot and Listeners Like YouTime Stamps32:20 – Reid Albano50:27 – Kelly Williams Stehman1:08:35 – Sanoma Blakely
Sept. 7-10, 2023, was a BIG weekend in ProRodeo with the Cinch Playoffs having taken place in Puyallup, Washington. With $72,000 added on each end and paying out $13,000 to the winners of the four-man round alone, Puyallup was a major payday for many teams. And don't forget, the top four from Puyallup advance to the Governor's Cup in Sioux Falls at the end of the month where there's a purse of $244,444, or $122,222 per side.With a 4.9-second run in the four-man round on Sunday, Tyler Wade and Wesley Thorp were crowned the champs, pocketing $19,833 a man. On this episode of The Short Score, we talk with Wade and Thorp about their major win.
Raymond White, brother of Cheryl White the First Black Female Jockey, tells us about his new book “The Jockey & Her Horse, Inspired by the True Story of the First Black Female Jockey, Cheryl White”. Glenn shares his favorite new product of WESA in August and interviews the inventor and some Realli Bad Adz, listen in…HORSES IN THE MORNING Episode 3261 – Show Notes and Links:The HORSES IN THE MORNING Crew: Glenn the Geek, Jamie Jennings, produced by Coach JennGuest: Raymond White Jr, author of "The Jockey & Her Horse (Once Upon a Horse #2)"Guest: Cat Guenther with the Wrap StarFollow Horse Radio Network on TwitterAdditional support for this podcast provided by Cosequin®, Purina, and Listeners Like You!Time Stamps:05:10 - Daily Whinnies17:32 - Cat Guenther21:00 - Raymond White Jr39:40 - EFWP
We discuss how latex in arena and track footing may affect equine respiration, explore Multidrug Resistance Mutation (MDR-1) and the use of Omeprazole for ulcers in horses. Just for fun, we conduct a celebrity pet match. A classic re-visit.Co-Hosts: Tigger Montague from BiostarUS and Pati Pieucci from from Pierucci DressageAsk Hedwig FacebookOMEPRAZOLE FOR HORSES WITH ULCERS: THE GOOD, THE BAD, AND THE QUESTIONABLELatex rubber could be an asthma trigger for some horses – studyLearn more about Whole Foods for horses and dogs
The 2023 Thoroughbred Makeover is a month away and we have Kirsten Green, Executive Director of the RRP, joining us to give us all the stats on the horses who will be coming! Speaking of competitors, Melissa Meitzen joins us again to share an update on her Makeover hopeful. We wrap with Leandra Cooper from New Vocations with a training tip and adoptable horse of the week -- stay tuned!Retired Racehorse Radio Guests and Links Episode 111Hosts: Joy Hills and Kristen Kovatch Bentley of The Horseback WriterImage Credit: Retired Racehorse RadioTitle Sponsor: Kentucky Performance ProductsMedia Partners: The Thoroughbred Makeover and New Vocations Racehorse AdoptionGuest: Kirsten GreenGuest: Melissa MeitzenGuest: Leandra CooperAdoptable Horse of the Week: NIGHTATTHEMOVIESAdditional Support Provided by: Cashel Company and Listeners like you!
Surface electromyography (EMG) is a useful non-invasive tool to assess the electrical activation of skeletal muscle. EMG is increasingly used in research settings to understand how different events, such as induced lameness, impact how the neuromuscular system functions in horses. In this episode, we speak with Dr. Lindsay St. George about the exciting research being conducted with surface EMG and where this work is heading.Sport Horse Podcast Guests and Links Episode 39:Hosts: Nicole Lakin and Dr. Tim Worden of the Equine High-Performance Sports GroupPodcast Website: Sport Horse PodcastPresenting Sponsor: Equine High-Performance Sports GroupGuest: Lindsay St. George | LinkedInLink: Adaptations in equine appendicular muscle activity and movement occur during induced fore- and hindlimb lameness: An electromyographic and kinematic evaluationLink: Adaptations in equine axial movement and muscle activity occur during induced fore- and hindlimb lameness: A kinematic and electromyographic evaluation during in-hand trot
On this month's USDF Episode, we have the author of our new book, Sue Grice, who wrote The Training Spiral. After that, we're joined by one of the latest century riders, Dianne Little. And, we'll close it up with Mary-Claire Piller talking about centre lines. Listen in...GUESTS AND LINKS DRESSAGE EPISODE 727:Co-Hosts: Reese Koffler-Stanfield and Philip ParkesGuest: Sue GriceGuest: Dianne LittleGuest: Mary Claire Piller | InstagramUSDFBook Club: The Training Spiral by Sue GriceHRN Merchandise! Find a complete line of screen printed stuff…. and The embroidered merchandise at…Follow Dressage Radio Show on Facebook, and follow Horse Radio Network on TwitterPlease visit our sponsors, who make all this possible Kentucky Performance Products
The countdown to the Thoroughbred Makeover is on! This week, we're talking to a dressage trainer almost everyone knows from Youtube and learning more about the mission of the Retired Racehorse Project. And we've got all the tips and tricks for shopping at a big horse show. Thanks for tuning in.Guests and Links Episode 116:Host: Justine Griffin, Award Winning Journalist with Heels Down MagazineHost: Jessica Payne, International Event Rider for Payne EquestrianHost: Ellie Woznica Owner/Trainer of Double Barrel CreekFeatured Image: Heels Down Happy HourDrink Recipe: The Simple Goodness (New) Old FashionedGuest: Amelia NewcombLink: Burghley RecapLink: Treating Tendons and Ligament injuriesLink: Ruffian remains reburied in KentuckySubscribe: The Brief | Donate | Our PatreonJoin our Facebook Group: Search for “Heels Down Happy Hour Podcast Lounge“This episode is presented by: ECOGOLD and listeners like you! Thank you to our sponsors!
Jake Barnes and Clay O'Brien Cooper are master analyzers of the sport of team roping. Why do they like to break things down so much, and how do they best analyze each run?On this bonus Roping.com tips episode of The Short Score, Jake and Clay explain why and how they analyze runs._____This episode is brought to you Nutramax. Cosequin ASU Joint & Hoof Pellets contain quality ingredients to support joint and hoof health and leave out the fillers molasses and alfalfa — all while delivering the taste horses love. The colors of our ingredients shine through for a difference you can see. Visit cosequinequine.com.
Auditors Melanie and Aimee join us for a spirited game of Auditor Horse Trivia. Thank you Lisa for hosting. Plus, we award the Horseloverz.com prizes and get through another round of Realli bAd Adz. Listen in…HORSES IN THE MORNING Episode 3260 – Show Notes and Links:The HORSES IN THE MORNING Crew: Glenn the Geek: co-host, executive in charge of comic relief, Jamie Jennings: co-host, director of wacky equestrian adventuresTitle Sponsor: Kentucky Performance ProductsPhoto: Horse Radio NetworkGuest: Auditors Melanie Miksovsky & Aimee LaPlante WalrathFollow Horse Radio Network on TwitterAdditional support for this podcast provided by RIDE TV, USRider, Horse and Hound Rescue, and Listeners Like You!Time Stamps07:30 - Daily Whinnies14:50 - Trivia34:30 - Ralli Bad Adz
Patrick Smith, Wesley Thorp, Logan Medlin, Levi Lord, Buddy Hawkins and Hunter Koch talk to The Score Host Chelsea Shaffer about which horses they believe to be the best horses on the ProRodeo trail in 2023. From Smith's reigning Horse of the Year Kadabra King to Lord's Birdie and Koch's Garfield, these are the horses the other guys are drooling over this year. ---This week's episode is brought to you by Gold Buckle Horse Sales. Gold Buckle Horse Sale has come up with a process to take the guesswork out of finding the right horse and allowing both buyer and seller to find the perfect match with confidence. Each horse consigned through Gold Buckle Sales is professionally photographed, videoed and demoed by a professional Gold Buckle Pro. Visit www.goldbucklehorsesale.com.
Deciding when to euthanize in cases of lameness or chronic pain is never an easy decision. Dr. Sara Cook of Black Brook Veterinary Services talks about guidelines for making this choice, and how to know when it might be the kindest option for your equine companion. Thank you to our amazing sponsors:Equithrive offers supplements for everything from metabolic health to joint support – get 20% off your first order at equithrive.com with code HUMBLEHOOFCavallo Hoof Boots is offering 20% off a pair of Trek hoof boots at cavallo-inc.com with code HRNAnd special shout out to Grid as New, Mud Control Grids – they are a game changer for any mud issues, big or small! – mudcontrolgrids.com
Most veterinarians have heard about equine degenerative myeloencephalopathy (EDM). However, Emilie Setlakwe, DVM, DACVIM, MS, clues her fellow practitioners into what might be a previously unrecognized form of EDM in this episode."The type of EDM I talk about is different," said Setlakwe. "For the last 10 years, there has been a resurgence of this disease. But it is different from the one in young horses with low vitamin E levels. These horses have cerebral signs."“Disease Du Jour” is brought to you in 2023 by Merck Animal Health.