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The AllCreation Podcast
Envisioning Transformation: Dr. Marj Barlow, part 1

The AllCreation Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2022 56:09


A Life of Transformation: Marj Barlow, PhD, is a historically-significant therapist, global business change leader, and self-care advocate. Most famous for her pioneering leadership at Interface Carpets, the world's largest, commercial carpet manufacturer, and the first global manufacturer to try to reach net zero and net regenerative environmental impacts. She built that success off of an identity rooted in family, Faith, science, psychology, and her own experiences. In this podcast, editor Chris Searles wanted to 'envision transformation' from an American/Christian historical perspective, so he asked Marj to share about her early life. Born and raised in rural West Texas in the 1930s, mother to five, and more, Marj knows transformation. This interview is part of AllCreation's collection, Envisioning Transformation.    Learn More MarjBarlow.com The Pocket Grandmother The Possible Woman Interface eco-sustainability legacy  Listen to part 2 of this interview. References Owens, TX  The Great Depression, 1930s Fundamental Baptist (West TX) Texas Baptist History , A brief history of Fundamentalism Religion in Early Texas  cream separator (1935), driving a tractor (1939) Canyon, TX; Kingsville, TX; The King Ranch; Austin; Corpus Christi (1940s-2010s) World War II, 1940-1945  Plastics engineering, 1945 BBA, opportunity for uS women 1945 Quantum physics, 1950s  Rev. Carlyse Marney, Gov. Alan Shivers, 1950s Clifton Strength Finder, Don Clifton, 1960s Positive psychology, 1960s    Cleburne County community therapy  Jean Houston   Mystery of what love is  PROGRAM0:00    Welcome & intro 3:00    Marj shares about her childhood 10:00    Adult life at 1515:15    A Baptist, quantum-physicist, first husband  21:00    Single mom with four children at 3424:30    Becoming a counselor & second husband   32:30    Massive American culture shift 38:00    New life as a therapist42:00    How her beliefs have evolved  respect for more pious people exploring other Faiths, different pathways  social life sampling other Christian denominations Jean Houston   Life after death science  Quotes I think that's all we have, is our story -- and everybody's story is very important to me. So I try to help people join what I call ''The Triple A'' and become the Author, the Actor, and the Audience of your life story. You're the only one who will watch your story from birth to death… I help people get their story into a form they can live with.Each human being is unique and very significant. We are God in action -- and it is our sacred privilege to travel a lifetime and learn how to love.. Who are you really? What could you be?Each little child is to be unfolded, not molded. Thanks for listening. This podcast is 1 of seven interviews from our Winter Solstice 2022 collection, "Envisioning Transformation." It was produced and edited by Chris Searles. 

Tree Talkin' Time
52. Chester County Cowboy & Coonhunter: Rocky Dillow

Tree Talkin' Time

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2022 50:55


In this weeks episode I went and sat down with local Legend Rocky Dillow. Rocky has had hounds and coonhunted forover 60 years. We talk about a few memorable dogs and how he got started with blueticks. We also talked about his career as a cowboy for the King Ranch right here in Chester County, PA. If thats not enough we even talk about a murder!    https://www.patreon.com/treetalkintime https://www.facebook.com/treetalkinmedia https://www.instagram.com/treetalkinmedia

The Bourbon Daily
The Bourbon Daily: Show #2,232 – Bourbon Whiskey Roundtable Discussion: The Texas-Only King Ranch Offering from Old Forester

The Bourbon Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 28:55


Steve, Miss Beka Sue, Turner, Tim & Tony discuss the new King Ranch offering from Old Forester. TBD music is by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com). Important Links: ABV Barrel Shop: abvbarrelshop.com ABV Network Shop: https://shop.abvnetwork.com/ Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/theabvnetwork Check us out at: abvnetwork.com. Join the revolution by adding #ABVNetworkCrew to your profile on social media.

Bourbon Pursuit
TWiB: Campari Acquires Wilderness Trail for $420M, Limited-edition Old Forester King Ranch Edition, Lux Row Debuts Old Ezra 7-Year Rye Whiskey

Bourbon Pursuit

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 41:42


It's This Week in Bourbon for November 4th 2022. Campari Group has agreed to acquire a 70% stake in Kentucky-based Wilderness Trail Distillery for $420 million. Old Forester and King Ranch are releasing a limited-edition whisky called Old Forester King Ranch Edition. Lux Row Distillers announced the newest variant in the Ezra Brooks brand family: Old Ezra 7-Year Straight Rye Whiskey.Show Notes: Campari Group has agreed to acquire a 70% stake in Kentucky-based Wilderness Trail Distillery for US$420 million Jane Bowie and Denny Potter are announcing a new distillery in Washington County, Kentucky Pol Roger Portfolio is acquiring Leiper's Fork Distillery Old Forester and King Ranch are releasing a limited-edition whisky called Old Forester King Ranch Edition The return of the George Dickel x Leopold Bros Collaboration Blend Log Still Distillery is introducing Monk's Road Wheated Bourbon Wyoming Whiskey announces this year's annual and limited release offerings of Barrel Strength Bourbon, Outryder Straight American Whiskey and Single Barrel Angel's Envy is releasing their annual cask strength edition Booker's Bourbon Releases Third Batch of 2022 Collection "Kentucky Tea" HIRSCH Selected Whiskeys announces The Cask Strength Finished in Cognac Barrels Lux Row Distillers announces Old Ezra 7-Year Straight Rye Whiskey @campariofficial @wildernesstraildistillery @lfdistillery @oldforester @kingranchinc @georgedickel @leopoldbros @logstilldistillery @monksroad @wyomingwhiskey @angelsenvy @hirschwhiskey @luxrowdistillers Support this podcast on Patreon

Paddle N' Fin
S5E271 Chasin' The Tide- Ram Garcia

Paddle N' Fin

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 2, 2022 66:01


We welcome team Jackson Kayak, Ram Garcia to Chasin' the Tide. Ram honed his chops on the shorelines of Kennedy and King Ranch and eventually found his way into the kayak world. We talk all things kayak fishing and about being a content creator and podcast/livestream host. We dive into the his starting Spooked Life LIVE and what it takes to keep it real and raw! Check ram out on socials at the Spooled Life Live group on Facebook and also follow along on Insta. https://instagram.com/the_spooled_life?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y= https://instagram.com/spooled_life_live?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y= Dale Hollow Lodging- www.eastport.info Fantasy Kayak League- www.paddlenfin.com/fantasy Waypoint TV- https://waypointtv.com Patreon-https://www.patreon.com/paddlenfin Podcast & Website- www.paddlenfin.com YouTube- https://www.youtube.com/paddlenfin Email- paddlenfin@gmail.com Social Media- @paddlenfin Yak Gadget- www.yakgadget.com Pelican Professional- www.pelican.com Rocktown paddlesports - rocktownadventures.com JigMasters Jigs- https://jigmasters.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Past Level 50
Come listen and learn from Jorge Mata, the TikTok Creator of VIVA TEXAS.

Past Level 50

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2022 63:42


If you are from Texas or have ever thought that you know anything about Texas, you need to listen to Jorge Mata. He shares his insight on how different Texas cities are from each other. His voice on the personification of tacos, brisket and the Texas highways is so enlightening. The Rio Grande Valley, Corpus Christi, Kingsville, the King Ranch, Houston, San Antonio and Austin… no one is safe! He compares tacos, Whataburger, HEB, HEB products and the why Buc-ees is the best shopping experience and potty break along the Texas freeways. Catch him on TikTok or find VIVA TEXAS on Instagram. He is worth every second you spend on his content.

Wilson County News
Correction

Wilson County News

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 0:44


Hannah Dugi was a hunting guide at the King Ranch for a year — not a history guide, as incorrectly reported in “Hannah Dugi wants to see more focus on local businesses” in the Aug. 10 Wilson County News. Also, Dugi's great grandfather, Asa G. Fuller Jr. — the last sheriff to reside in the old Wilson County Jailhouse — was her mother's paternal grandfather. Readers can alert the Wilson County News to any errors in news articles by emailing nkilbey-smith@wcn-online.com or by calling 830-216-4519.Article Link

Welcome to Florida
Episode 110: Florida memorabilia

Welcome to Florida

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 41:25


Every see that "King Ranch" decal on the side of a Ford pickup truck? King Ranch is a real thing and up to no good in Florida.Our guest this week is a longtime collector of Florida related memorabilia and material culture and promoter of the annual Floridania Fest - which celebrates such things - Ken Breslauer. The Floridania Fest just passed its 30th anniversary and Ken joins us to discuss the event and the ongoing interest in collecting Florida."Welcome to Florida" is presented by Visit Sarasota where St. Armond's Circle offers circus history, art, dining and shopping in a world class gorgeous setting all overlooking the Gulf. 

The Big Honker Podcast
Episode #603: Ty Self

The Big Honker Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 72:43


Jeff Stanfield & Andy Shaver are joined by cowboy and ranch hand, Ty Self. Ty has worked on the King Ranch and on the border of Texas. They discuss living on the Texas border with the heavy migrant surge and what all they have found while on horseback, ranch rodeos, his time on the King Ranch, and the guys debate what they would do if they found $1 million dollars out in the woods.

Mark Bell's Power Project
Is Liver King a Fraud? Mark Bell Shares Insight From Liver King Ranch || MBPP Ep. 765

Mark Bell's Power Project

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 52:07


Mark Bell went and hung out with Liver King which gave us a great opportunity to ask Mark what he's REALLY like. Is he a fraud? Is he lying? is he on PEDs??? Let's get into the conversation. Join The Power Project Discord: https://discord.gg/yYzthQX5qN Subscribe to the new Power Project Clips Channel: https://youtube.com/channel/UC5Df31rlDXm0EJAcKsq1SUw Special perks for our listeners below! ➢https://thecoldplunge.com/ Code POWERPROJECT to save $150!! ➢Enlarging Pumps (This really does work): https://bit.ly/powerproject1 ➢https://www.vivobarefoot.com/us/powerproject Code POWERPROJECT20 for 20% off Vivo Barefoot shoes! ➢https://markbellslingshot.com/ Code POWERPROJECT10 for 10% off site wide including Within You supplements! ➢https://mindbullet.com/ Code POWERPROJECT for 20% off! ➢https://eatlegendary.com Use Code POWERPROJECT for 20% off! ➢https://bubsnaturals.com Use code POWERPROJECT for 20% of your next order! ➢https://vuoriclothing.com/powerproject to automatically save 20% off your first order at Vuori! ➢https://www.eightsleep.com/powerproject to automatically save $150 off the Pod Pro at 8 Sleep! ➢https://marekhealth.com Use code POWERPROJECT10 for 10% off ALL LABS at Marek Health! Also check out the Power Project Panel: https://marekhealth.com/powerproject Use code POWERPROJECT for $101 off! ➢Piedmontese Beef: https://www.piedmontese.com/ Use Code POWER at checkout for 25% off your order plus FREE 2-Day Shipping on orders of $150 Follow Mark Bell's Power Project Podcast ➢ https://lnk.to/PowerProjectPodcast ➢ Insta: https://www.instagram.com/markbellspowerproject ➢ https://www.facebook.com/markbellspowerproject ➢ Twitter: https://twitter.com/mbpowerproject ➢ LinkedIn:https://www.linkedin.com/in/powerproject/ ➢ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/markbellspowerproject ➢TikTok: http://bit.ly/pptiktok FOLLOW Mark Bell ➢ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/marksmellybell ➢https://www.tiktok.com/@marksmellybell ➢ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MarkBellSuperTraining ➢ Twitter: https://twitter.com/marksmellybell Follow Nsima Inyang ➢ https://www.breakthebar.com/learn-more ➢YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/NsimaInyang ➢Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/nsimainyang/?hl=en ➢TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@nsimayinyang?lang=en Follow Andrew Zaragoza on all platforms ➢ https://direct.me/iamandrewz

No Pressure
King Ranch Casserole, A Workout You Love, Father Mike Schmitz, and A Musical Instrument

No Pressure

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 39:37


In this episode, we discuss all the craziness in our title, plus quiet restaurants and falling in love with your life!

Cattleman U Podcast
King Ranch Institute with Rick Machen

Cattleman U Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2022 36:21


When it comes to running a ranch, quality management is key. Not only do ranch managers have to manage cattle effectively, but also people, land, wildlife, markets, and the list goes on. In this week's episode, we talk about ranch management with Rich Machen from the King Ranch Institute. Dr. Machen discusses breakeven points, management practices, and industry needs that led King Ranch to invest in a ranch management graduate program designed to prepare professionals for challenging scenarios when managing a ranch. Rick Machen was born and raised in Central Texas. He received a Bachelor of Science from Angelo State University, a Master of Science from Texas A&M University in College Station in 1984, and a Ph.D. in Animal Nutrition in 1987. In 2016, Rick accepted a faculty position in the King Ranch Institute for Ranch Management. Rick works closely with graduate students, teaches and cooperates in the development and conduct of KRIRM's annual Holt Cat Symposium and numerous Lectureships. For more information about King Ranch Institute and Rick Machen visit: https://www.tamuk.edu/agriculture/departments/asvt/faculty-staff-asvt/machen.html

Made You Think
69: Escape Modernity: The Quest of the Simple Life by William Dawson

Made You Think

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 4, 2022 79:52


"To feel that it is bliss to be alive, health alone is needed.  And by health I mean not the absence of physical ailment or disease, but a high condition of vitality. This the country gave me; this the town denied me.  The only question was then, at what rate did I value the boon?" In this episode of Made You Think, Nat and Neil are joined by Andrew Lynch to discuss their key takeaways from The Quest of the Simple Life by William Dawson. The setting takes place in London in the early 1900s, and Dawson takes us through his reflections and insights as he moves from the city to the countryside to fulfill his desire of living a more simple life. We cover a wide range of topics including: • Finding value in the work you do • How organic social interactions differ from planned social events and meetups • Cost of living in a small village vs. big city • The idea of having a 3rd place where people spend time in outside their home and workspace • Why money shouldn't be the main metric you base the success of your life on And much more. Please enjoy, and make sure to follow Nat, Neil, and Andrew on Twitter and share your thoughts on the episode. Links from the Episode: Mentioned in the show: Scribe Media (0:56) Andrew's "How I Got Fired" article (1:10) FIRE Movement (3:04) King Ranch (7:10) Right Move (9:01) Fountain (1:19:30) Breez (1:19:31) Books Mentioned: The Quest of the Simple Life Letters From a Stoic (2:38) (Nat's Book Notes) (Book Episode) Alchemy (43:38) Shop Class as Soulcraft (1:05:26) People Mentioned: Tucker Max (0:57) Zach Obront (0:58) Morgan Housel (1:36) Seneca (2:42) Tim O'Reilly (34:03) Rory Sutherland (43:34) Chamath Palihapitiya (47:14) Nassim Taleb (1:03:49) Show Topics: 0:10 Our guest today is Andrew Lynch, long-time Made You Think listener from the UK who works as a finance director and writes about health, wealth, and wisdom on his website. 1:25 The book we're discussing today is the Quest of the Simple Life. This memoir by William Dawson is timeless, in that many of the thoughts and ideas expressed by Dawson in the early 1900s still ring true for many people in today's age.  5:12 It's difficult to find the perfect spot to settle in when you want to have everything: a nice piece of land, river views, proximity to what's important yet space away from everything. The homes that check all of your boxes are hard to come across, and often times not available. 9:01 Andrew shares some insights on the countryside areas that the author is moving to in the UK.  10:15 One problem with moving to the countryside that wasn't mentioned in the book is the social aspect. Moving to the country often means less social interaction and more distance between yourself and your circle of people.  13:41 "There is none of that pleasant 'dropping-in' for an evening which is possible in country towns of not immoderate radius. Time-tables have to be consulted, engagement-books scanned, serious preparations made, with the poor result, perhaps, of two hours' hurried intercourse." The author makes the case that it's actually easier to socialize in a smaller village than a big town because there's less distance to travel, it's more condensed, and you're more likely to run into friends out and about in a smaller town. 16:56 A "third place" is somewhere (bar, coffee shop, social area) where you can run into friends without having to schedule anything. Unplanned social interactions. Nat talks about creating small town energy in a big town. 20:21 The social schedules that occur in college. It's ideal to have all of your friends living within the same few mile radius as you, and you're sure to have many natural encounters simply by visiting the popular places on campus. Andrew talks about social clubs and activities, such as Crossfit. Having connections within those places encourages you to go there more often knowing you will see people you're familiar with week-to-week. 22:43 Can you create a "third place" organically, and does it defeat the purpose if its not organic?  26:27 Nat, Neil, and Andrew discuss the tie between money and social life, as well as money and family size. When you have more money, having more children is no issue. You can afford more help and childcare, and you can keep up with your lifestyle even when your family size grows. Family size can also be bigger in lower income families because they tend to not frequently go out to eat, travel, and make big purchases. They don't have the luxurious life to keep affording. Where does this leave people in the middle? 30:11 Some people choose to stay closer to family and friends their whole life. Their location now has that built in social network. There's also those who move often, and are tasked with finding new friendships and connections wherever they move to. 32:13 "The thing that is least perceived about wealth is that all pleasure in money ends at the point where economy becomes unnecessary. The man who can buy anything he covets, without any consultation with his banker, values nothing that he buys." It's easy to try and measure the success of your life on the money you have, and while it unlocks different opportunities, it's not the be-all and end-all of our existence. Andrew makes a connection to a quote from Tim O'Reilly: "Money is like gasoline during a road trip. You don't want to run out of gas on your trip, but you're not doing a tour of gas stations." Money gives you more options and opens more doors, but the point of a road trip isn't to accumulate as much gas as you can. 34:45 Commuting, work styles, and how things have shift post-Covid. Since this shift, it's tough for many businesses to justify employees having to come in at 8 hours per day. Blending of the office and the 3rd place, and how you can turn an office into a social, yet productive environment 38:58 What is the underlying dissatisfaction that gets solved by moving to the country? Nat points out that there aren't better food options, there won't be more people to meet, so what is it solving? Is it the outdoor life and nature of being in the country? "Those rare excursions which I took into the genuine country left me aching for days afterwards with an exquisite pain." Its arguably instinctive to want to be outdoors in nature. 41:17 "If I could choose for myself I would even now choose the life of pleasant alternation between town and country, because I am persuaded that the true piquancy and zest of all pleasures lies in contrast." The setup of having both, a little bit in the city and a little bit in the country. When someone finds they can't have both at once, they take middle ground which is the suburbs. 46:00 “Men may chafe for years at the conditions of their lot without in any way attempting to amend them." The lesson here is to either make the most of your current situation, or take action on what you want to change. It may feel good to complain because you're letting your frustration out, but in the end, no progress was made. It's easy to whine but harder to do something about it. 51:17 We have to be honest with ourselves on the things we say we'll do. Some things sound great on paper, and we hope to accomplish them, but it doesn't make us any better or worse of a person whether we accomplish it or not. 55:02 It's important to remember that everyone has their own preferences. People share different preferences on whether they like to complete projects with others or work alone. We can't compare ourselves to someone who has a totally different style than us.  56:58 Cost of living in the city vs. countryside. Money seems to "fall off" of you in the city as things are more pricy. Little purchases add up because in a city, there's so many more little places that you can spend your money throughout the day. 59:16 Neil and Andrew share some outdated sayings and beliefs in the book. 1:02:52 Physical labor around the house is just as good as exercising, and you also get something else out of it. When you renovate your house and take on some of the physical projects yourself, you get to see the outcome of the work you put in. It's tangible.  1:08:12 Working with big companies vs. small companies. In most instances, it's easier to see the difference you're making in a small company. The company culture also differs based on company size. It's all about finding something to do that your heart is also in to. 1:12:21 Andrew and Neil share their biggest takeaways from the book. A few lessons they learned: So much of what we choose is not for ourselves, but of what others will think about it. Make decisions based on what's best for you. Using money as a metric isn't the best way to think. Don't force yourself to do work that you don't like. Spend more time outdoors. Be more deliberate. 1:19:00 Thanks for listening! Make sure to grab a copy of The Quest of the Simple Life as well as The Dictator's Handbook if you'd like to read up before our next episode. If you enjoyed this episode, let us know by leaving a review on iTunes and tell a friend. As always, let us know if you have any book recommendations! You can say hi to us on Twitter @TheRealNeilS and @nateliason and share your thoughts on this episode. You can now support Made You Think using the Value-for-Value feature of Podcasting 2.0. This means you can directly tip the co-hosts in BTC with minimal transaction fees. To get started, simply download a podcast app (like Fountain or Breez) that supports Value-for-Value and send some BTC to your in-app wallet. You can then use that to support shows who have opted-in, including Made You Think! We'll be going with this direct support model moving forward, rather than ads. Thanks for listening. See you next time!

TSCRA Talk
25. Ranch horse health with Dr. Ben Espy + bonus convention preview

TSCRA Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 25, 2022 15:57


Dr. Ben Espy, a veterinarian with an extensive equine-focused practice, joins TSCRA Talk host, Kristen Brown, to discuss equine wellness tips. In addition to being the King Ranch veterinarian, Espy cares for professional roughstock and timed event horses. For 25 years, he has served as  the head of veterinary services at the San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo. He was awarded the Pro Rodeo Cowboy Association's Veterinarian of the Year award for 2021.Espy discusses the importance of a vaccination program for all horses at the ranch, especially if some horses are leaving for competitions and then returning without a quarantine period. Hoof care and teeth floating are also discussed, with Espy suggesting that a variety of factors be considered when it comes to human intervention. When it comes to equine nutrition and body condition he shares that a horse can only gain three pounds per day and it takes about 100 pounds of body weight to see a change in the horse; therefore, time must be given to the horse for the change to happen. Wrapping up the episode, Grace Dunham, Texas & Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association's executive director of events and partnerships, joins Brown to discuss the upcoming Cattle Raisers Convention and Expo. The event will be held March 25-27 in Fort Worth. Dunham shares President George W. Bush will be the keynote speaker in a fireside chat with Red Steagall. Additionally, there are new components being added to the convention including a graduate research poster showcase and a learning lounge where speakers from the School for Successful Ranching will be available to answer additional questions. Another new event is the After Party Saturday night for the young and young at heart to continue to visit and two-step. To learn more about the Cattle Raisers Convention and Expo, visit cattleraisersconvention.com. 

Talking Horses
Lester Buckley

Talking Horses

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2022 33:49


Lester Buckley is an unusual, multi-disciplinary teacher of both horsemanship and the principles of Classical Dressage. He is respected among his peers as one of the most accomplished equestrians and gifted teachers in the business today. Lester grew up in the historic cattle country of North Texas. He earned his B. S. in Equine Science from Sul Ross State University in Texas. As part of his college education, Lester worked with Ray Hunt in colt starting and horsemanship classes over a four-year period. After graduation, Lester went on to starting colts for the King Ranch in Texas and the Parker Ranch in Hawaii, personally starting over 3000 horses. He apprenticed with National Cutting Horse Hall of Fame rider Willie Richardson for seven years, and was a successful cutting competitor himself, earning a rank of #2 in the World Open Senior Horse Cutters in 1999.

Mind Pump: Raw Fitness Truth
1701: The Dangers of Sugar Vs. Artificial Sweeteners, Comparing Sumo Vs. Conventional Deadlifts, When to Prioritize Static Stretches & More

Mind Pump: Raw Fitness Truth

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 83:21


In this episode of Quah (Q & A), Sal, Adam & Justin answer Pump Head questions about the superiority of sumo vs. conventional deadlifts, how to adjust macros to fit what's right for the body, the distinction between mobility and the traditional end range, passive and static stretches, and the difference between sugar and artificial sweeteners on our body. Mind Pump Fit Tip: For faster fat loss, rather than being in a calorie deficit, try to have an undulating approach. (4:30) Fun Facts with Justin: The Huaorani Tribe of Ecuador and their evolutional advantage of having an extra digit.  (19:28) The allure of King Ranch. (24:49) Mr. Beast's Squid Game in real life. (30:35) How Sal is sneaking Organifi Protein Powder into his daughter's meals. (34:50) Mind Pump loves butter. (36:40) Dad life updates with the guys. (38:50) Why Sal is obsessed with the De-Stress Blend by Ned. (44:37) What's the deal with Omicron? (49:00) #Quah question #1 – What type of deadlift is better, sumo or conventional? (1:00:43) #Quah question #2 - Do macro split ratios matter? If so, how do I adjust my macros to fit what's right for me? (1:05:03) #Quah question #3 – You often make the distinction between mobility and the traditional end range passive and static stretches. Do you see any benefit in static stretches? When would they be prescribed over mobility work? (1:08:39) #Quah question #4 – What's the difference between sugar and artificial sweeteners in our body? (1:14:09) Related Links/Products Mentioned December Promotion: MAPS HIIT and MAPS SPLIT 50% off! **Promo code “DECEMBER50” at checkout** Intermittent Energy Restriction Attenuates the Loss of Fat Free Mass in Resistance Trained Individuals. A Randomized Controlled Trial - PubMed How to Undulate Your Calories for Faster Weight Loss & an Improved Metabolism (Mind Pump TV – YouTube) Huaorani people - Wikipedia The King Ranch Legacy $456,000 Squid Game In Real Life! Visit Organifi for the exclusive offer for Mind Pump listeners! **Promo code “MINDPUMP” at checkout** Protein-packed organifi pancakes Visit NED for an exclusive offer for Mind Pump listeners! Visit MASSZYMES by biOptimizers for an exclusive offer for Mind Pump listeners! **Promo code “MINDPUMP10” at checkout** MAPS Fitness Prime Which is Best - Mobility or Stretching? - Mind Pump Blog Mind Pump Podcast – YouTube Mind Pump Free Resources

Cowhorse Full Contact
Doug Williamson Interview Part 2 - Presented by One Fine Vintage

Cowhorse Full Contact

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 140:54


Doug Williamson, an NRCHA Million Dollar Rider, is interviewed by Chris Dawson and Russell Dilday. Presented by One Fine Vintage! Doug Williamson has truly lived the Western dream life movies are made from. Born in the Southeast corner of Oregon, Doug was the oldest son of Sylvan and Barbara Williamson. Raised as a cowboy on the family ranch and riding a horse from the time he could crawl, Doug's first victory came at the age of five while riding behind his Dad in a match race! Doug's love for the racehorses grew and it wasn't long before he was on the tracks, himself. He also participated in Western events, winning his first buckle at the age of 8 in hackamore reining. At thirteen he won his first buckle calf roping, then, a year later when his dad was seriously injured in a riding accident, Doug took over the duties of running the family ranch. Sylvan Williamson always had an eye for great horses and purchased one that would turn into one of the best horses Doug would ever ride. His name was Baldy C. The horse could do anything and let Doug know what a truly great horse felt like. When Baldy C was 16 years old When Doug was 19, he rode Baldy C to become the high point working cow horse in the nation… a title they captured again two years later. At 17, Doug decided it was time to strike out on his own, and he secured a job as the cattle foreman for the Markham Cattle Company. While Doug was working on the ranches he always had outside horses in training, and he credits many of his skills to the old-timers he learned from. In the mid-sixties, he took a break from training full time and decided to rodeo for a living. On the road for about a decade, Doug calf roped, team roped, and rode a few saddle broncs, winning prestigious events all over the West, including the Ellensburg Rodeo. In1978 Doug went back to training full time in Nampa, Idaho, and for 14 years he trained everything from halter horses and cow horses, to English equitation horses. He made over 30 AQHA Champions in many different events and ranks among the AQHA's most successful trainers. In 1987 the world came crashing down on the Williamson family when Doug was diagnosed with cancer. He was near death in the hospital but still had his great horses on his mind. Doug pulled through cancer, and in classic fashion, was aboard Montana Lynx 7 months later, taking the reserve championship and winning over $20,000 at the Biggest Little Cutting In The World. In 1990 Doug was hired to help build the horse operation at the Tejon Ranch, so he packed up and headed to California. Being extremely busy he had sent his Dad on a buying trip to look for mares and studs for the ranch, and Doug had ended up with a little black yearling from the King Ranch that no one else wanted… he would turn into Doug's first Snaffle Bit Futurity Champion. In 1992 Doug and Mr. San Olen captured the Open title, and since 1990 Doug has made the finals nearly every year. One Fine Vintage ONEFINEVINTAGE.COM https://www.facebook.com/onefinevintageaqha (209) 245-3770 mary@robertsonranches.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/cowhorsefullcontact/message

The Fifteenth Club
The Fifteenth Club--October 30, 2021 w/Ed Clements & Scotty Sayers

The Fifteenth Club

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2021 40:32


Golf talk live from iconic Dirty Martin's in Austin, Texas.  Guests this week were Muny Conservancy board member Jerry Bell, Austin native and Byron Nelson Salesmanship Club member Knox Fitzpatrick, plus King Ranch historian Bob Kinnan.    Talking UT football, Austin golf history, Butler Park Pitch & Putt and Lions Muny.

Wheelin'
Episode 102: Interior Talk

Wheelin'

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 58:54


Both Keith and Johnny Orange are planning complete interior swaps on their projects. The guys talk interior restoration ideas and products as well as a review of some awesome new seat covers from Texan Auto Seat Cover for Keith's King Ranch redo. Check out their products at texanautoseatcover.com   #carinterior #interiorrestorion #carrestoration

The Drive with Alan Taylor
The 2021 Mitsubishi Outlander, 2021 Mercedes Benz S580 and the Ford F150 King Ranch | #477

The Drive with Alan Taylor

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 84:22


Joining Alan today is Brian Moody – Executive Editor for Autotrader.com The duo discusses the topic of fuel cells. Brian shares that California is a test bed for 3 hydrogen powered fuel cars. The Honda Clarity, Honda Nexo, and the... The post The 2021 Mitsubishi Outlander, 2021 Mercedes Benz S580 and the Ford F150 King Ranch | #477 appeared first on THE DRIVE with Alan Taylor.

The Rancher
Legendary Horses: Wimpy P-1

The Rancher

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2021 13:25


Wimpy P-1 holds the honor of being the first registered American Quarter Horse. Learn more about his life on the King Ranch and impact on the American Quarter Horse breed. Chronicle Story: http://www.equinechronicle.com/modern-day-treasure-hunt-the-search-for-wimpy-p-1s-papers-is-over/ Instagram: @therancherpod https://www.instagram.com/therancherpod/ Email: rancherpodcast@gmail.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheRancherPod --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/rancher-podcast/support

Wilson County News
Reserve your table for Sept. 2 Floresville Opry

Wilson County News

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2021 1:06


Classic country dance music will come alive on Thursday, Sept. 2, from 6-9:30 p.m. at the next Floresville Opry. Doors to the Wilson County Expo and Community Center, located at 435 S.H. 97 E. in Floresville, will open at 5 p.m. Reserve your table and enjoy a King Ranch chicken dinner for courtesy of Outlaw Catering, door prizes, [post_excerpt] desserts, a silent auction, concessions, and fellowship. Guests can take their own adult beverages. Live music will be provided by Tom and Bri Teboe, Gabe Galvan, and the “Opry House Band.” Individual tickets are not available due to COVID-19 precautions....Article Link

Distressed Situations
Valuation in distressed situations

Distressed Situations

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2021 14:29


Distressed Situations host Keith Aurzada discusses issues in valuation with Stephen DuPlantis, a career valuation professional who has valued assets all across North America, including the iconic King Ranch.

The Element Podcast | Hunting, Public Land, Tactics, Whitetail Deer, Wildlife, Travel, Conservation, Politics and more.
E206: Texas Legends (feat. Mick Hellickson, Deer Biologist and Former KING RANCH Head Biologist on Whitetail Quail and Nilgai Management, Years With Trail Cameras, Biggest Bucks, Texas Hunting)

The Element Podcast | Hunting, Public Land, Tactics, Whitetail Deer, Wildlife, Travel, Conservation, Politics and more.

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2021 75:04


There are names and places that are embedded in hunting lore; Fred Bear, Howard Hill, Milk River, Pike County. In Texas, we have the King Ranch. Known for its acreage, deer, and shady beginnings, The King Ranch is now one of the world leaders in Whitetail management. Mick was blessed to be the head biologist there for many years. In this episode we discuss biggest bucks, Nilgai, Quail management, High Fences, and hunting of course.   ULTIMATE TREE SADDLE COMPARISON   K.C.'s KANSAS PUBLIC LAND BUCK FILM   Watch the Video from the Illinois Public Land Giant! BIGGEST 8 POINT EVER!!!   MAKE SURE YOU ARE SUBSCRIBED to our Youtube Channel. **GIANT TEXAS PUBLIC BUCK**     The MAP SCOUT CHALLENGE powered by OnX  THE MOST COMPREHENSIVE PUBLIC LAND WHITETAIL MAP SCOUTING CONTENT EVER CREATED ON YOUTUBE.  -A ten part video series featuring Tyler Jones and K.C. Smith from The Element map scouting, putting eyes and feet on the deer country, then explaining their findings so that you can learn how to find, hunt, and arrow big bucks!   The best map app there is. Find Access to YOUR public lands with OnX Maps. Know where you stand. #onxhunt   Durable Customizable Arrows, Quality Components, Good People, Fast Shipping. Vector Custom Shop Comfort and Mobility Matter. Go With The Best of Both. CRUZR Tree Saddles   Need Some Dependable Trail Cameras That Won't Break The Bank? Moultrie Trail Cameras       New Shirts available in our store at: www.theelementwild.com/shop   To find out more on Texas Public Land opportunities, visit the Texas Parks and Wildlife website. TPWD   Go check out what The Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership is doing on the front lines for clean air, clean water, and wildlife! TRCP      Rock out with Tyler and the Tribe!  

Safe Space with Francesco Lombardo
Part 2: Washing your hands of Privilege with James Clement III

Safe Space with Francesco Lombardo

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2021 31:35


In the second episode James talks about the culture which has been the foundation of the success of their family business. Having a powerful woman at the helm from the start, to a commitment to the land, these are the anchors of the culture at King Ranch.   As James put it "One must earn the title to prove their commitment"  There is power, personal pride and comfort in doing the work and earning one's privilege.    Wise words and advice for any family business member. 

The Big Honker Podcast
Episode #438: "Prince of Poachers" Charles Beaty

The Big Honker Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2021 106:55


Jeff and Andy sit down with the "Prince of Poachers" Charles Beaty. Charles is one of the nation's most notorious poachers, illegally harvesting world class whitetail deer from the Kenedy and King Ranch in South Texas.

Jollyville Radio
Episode 218 - King Ranch Casserole

Jollyville Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2021 24:15


Jimmy Pykrust welcomes the show and announces a new jingle competition; Kitty Westlake teaches us how to make a King Ranch Casserole; Julia Stonewash provides an update on the mysterious spy cats; UncleASAR interviews Chance Kirchoff and Wayne Hoover, owners of Critical Hit Games in Iowa City, Iowa.

The Fifteenth Club
The Fifteenth Club--May 8, 2021 w/Ray Benson

The Fifteenth Club

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2021 39:59


Golf talk live from Austin, Texas with hosts Scotty Sayers & Ed Clements.  Guests this week are Ray Benson of Asleep At The Wheel, Aaron Siefert of LA Golf Guy, Bob Kinnan-historian at the King Ranch and Muny Conservancy board member Jerry Bell. 

Podcast from Ptown
The King Ranch

Podcast from Ptown

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2021 21:16


This episode I talk about the history of the King Ranch in South Texas.

Our Auto Expert
Upgrades Are On The Way For The Cadillac XT5, The Return Of The Wagoneer, And Taking A Look At The Ford Explorer King Ranch Edition - 3-13-2021

Our Auto Expert

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 17, 2021 79:37


Topics for Nik Miles and Truck Girl Jen: Cadillac's Michael Myczkowiak stops by with everything you need to know, and everything they've upgraded on, the XT5 The rebirth of an American Icon is here, as the Wagoneer returns to the Jeep lineup. Also, taking a look at the upgrades to the Toyota 4RunnerHyundai's Michael Evanoff joins us with everything you need to know about the 2021 Hyundai Elantra Ford's Lee Newcombe has all the details on the new Ford Explorer King Ranch Edition GM's Stuart Fowle fills us in on the Cadillac commercial during the Super Bowl, as well as their future in electric vehicles Anton Wahlman joins us as always to take a look at automotive news from across the globe, including what the trend looks like when forecasting Tesla sales in places like Spain, The Netherlands, and Norway Nik cruised in style this week, as he was behind the wheel of the BMW M330E. Nik and Jen will tell you their thoughts of the ride in to the studio

CRUISE CONTROL RADIO
KIA CARNIVAL, FORD KING RANCHER and JAG JEOPARDY

CRUISE CONTROL RADIO

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 1, 2021 41:32


On this edition of Cruise Control with Fred Staab and Les Jackson   Is it an SUV or a Mini Van? Kia takes the wraps off its Carnival and we have the details. Mitsubishi extensively freshens up the Outlander Plug-in Hybrid for 2021 Ford expands its King Ranch models to a new category of vehicles. Somethings got Jaguar dealers worried and it's not the announcement that the brand is going all-electric. Could the cat's future be in jeopardy?   Talking Tech: Toyota just broke ground on the Woven City a deep look into the future of automotive technology. Join us for our Facebook Live show Saturday's 10 AM to 12 Noon Eastern on the Cruise Control Radio Facebook Page All that and more When we get rolling on this edition of Cruise Control 

Autoline Daily - Video
AD #3024 - Volvo and Geely Merging Powertrain Operations; Lyft Goes After Older Riders; Toyota C-HR Needs a Turbo

Autoline Daily - Video

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 25, 2021 10:22


- Automotive Supplier Have Good Day on Wall Street - Volvo and Geely Merging Powertrain Operations - Cadillac Adds Mild Hybrid in China - Jim Farley Calls for U.S. Battery and Charging Support - Daimler Says EV Transition Will Cost Jobs - Explorer Gets 1st King Ranch Edition - V8 Wrangler Costs $75,000 - Lyft Going After an Older Demographic - Ferrari Returns to Le Man's Top Category - Toyota C-HR Review

Autoline Daily
AD #3024 - Volvo and Geely Merging Powertrain Operations; Lyft Goes After Older Riders; Toyota C-HR Needs a Turbo

Autoline Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 25, 2021 10:13


- Automotive Supplier Have Good Day on Wall Street- Volvo and Geely Merging Powertrain Operations- Cadillac Adds Mild Hybrid in China- Jim Farley Calls for U.S. Battery and Charging Support- Daimler Says EV Transition Will Cost Jobs- Explorer Gets 1st King Ranch Edition- V8 Wrangler Costs $75,000- Lyft Going After an Older Demographic- Ferrari Returns to Le Man's Top Category- Toyota C-HR Review

Autoblog Daily Digest
Autoblog Daily Digest - 2/24/21

Autoblog Daily Digest

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 24, 2021 2:15


2022 Kia Carnival makes American debut with VIP seating, loads of tech; 2021 Ford Explorer gets the upscale King Ranch treatment; Minnesota's epic battle of snowplow names

Autoblog Daily Digest
Autoblog Daily Digest - 2/23/21

Autoblog Daily Digest

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 24, 2021 2:02


2022 Mercedes-Benz C-Class revealed with four-cylinder power and S-Class-inspired interior; Cherokee Nation calls on Jeep to stop using its name; Ford previews the next addition to its Western-themed King Ranch lineup

Wilson County News
See ‘Live the West' photo exhibit at The Witte

Wilson County News

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 9, 2021 0:59


The Witte Museum in San Antonio has opened its doors to patrons to experience “Live the West: Photographs by Janell Kleberg,” a showcase that captures the fleeting moments of strength, beauty, and grace of the annual roundup on the King Ranch from the 1970s to the 2000s. The display, featured through June 6, is located in the Russell Hill Rogers Texas Art Gallery and is included with museum admission. Guests will be transported through the lens of the photographer to the King Ranch, a place where laughter and stories were shared at the end of a day with the satisfaction...Article Link

Cowhorse Full Contact
Doug Williamson Interview Part 1 - Presented by Saddle House Custom Saddles & West Knives

Cowhorse Full Contact

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2020 130:17


Doug Williamson, an NRCHA Million Dollar Rider, is interviewed by Chris Dawson and Russell Dilday. Presented by Saddle House Custom Saddles & West Knives Doug Williamson has truly lived the Western dream life movies are made from. Born in the Southeast corner of Oregon, Doug was the oldest son of Sylvan and Barbara Williamson. Raised as a cowboy on the family ranch and riding a horse from the time he could crawl, Doug’s first victory came at the age of five while riding behind his Dad in a match race! Doug’s love for the racehorses grew and it wasn’t long before he was on the tracks, himself. He also participated in Western events, winning his first buckle at the age of 8 in hackamore reining. At thirteen he won his first buckle calf roping, then, a year later when his dad was seriously injured in a riding accident, Doug took over the duties of running the family ranch. Sylvan Williamson always had an eye for great horses and purchased one that would turn into one of the best horses Doug would every ride. His name was Baldy C. The horse could do anything and let Doug know what a truly great horse felt like. When Baldy C was 16 years old When Doug was 19, he rode Baldy C to become the high point working cow horse in the nation… a title they captured again two years later. At 17, Doug decided it was time to strike out on his own, and he secured a job as the cattle foreman for the Markham Cattle Company. While Doug was working on the ranches he always had outside horses in training, and he credits many of his skills to the old-timers he learned from. In the mid-sixties, he took a break from training full time and decided to rodeo for a living. On the road for about a decade, Doug calf roped, team roped and rode a few saddle broncs, winning prestigious events all over the West, including the Ellensburg Rodeo. In1978 Doug went back to training full time in Nampa, Idaho, and for 14 years he trained everything from halter horses and cow horses, to English equitation horses. He made over 30 AQHA Champions in many different events and ranks among the AQHA’s most successful trainers. In 1987 the world came crashing down on the Williamson family when Doug was diagnosed with cancer. He was near death in the hospital but still had his great horses on his mind. Doug pulled through cancer, and in classic fashion, was aboard Montana Lynx 7 months later, taking the reserve championship and winning over $20,000 at the Biggest Little Cutting In The World. In 1990 Doug was hired to help build the horse operation at the Tejon Ranch, so he packed up and headed to California. Being extremely busy he had sent his Dad on a buying trip to look for mares and studs for the ranch, and Doug had ended up with a little black yearling from the King Ranch that no one else wanted… he would turn into Doug’s first Snaffle Bit Futurity Champion. In 1992 Doug and Mr. San Olen captured the Open title, and since 1990 Doug has made the finals nearly every year. Saddle House Custom Saddles (832) 820-0499 info@thesaddlehouse.com www.thesaddlehouse.com https://www.facebook.com/TheSaddleHouse West Knives 210-262-2527 roanwest@yahoo.com https://www.facebook.com/West-Custom-Knives-734687336911919/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/cowhorsefullcontact/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/cowhorsefullcontact/support

Trent Loos Podcast
Loos Tales Special Report Sept 23, 2020 Tylor Braden Cattle Operations Manager at King Ranch in Texas explains why genomic testing every female is a good investment

Trent Loos Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2020 15:13


We can not take any chances in today's agriculture and that is why King Ranches of Texas use all the technology possible to identify desirable genetics. Tylor does a great job walking us through precision agriculture in the beef side of the business.

Rach on the Radio
Rachael whips up a King Ranch casserole!

Rach on the Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2020 0:44


Rachael whips up a King Ranch casserole!

Beef Buzz with Ron Hays on RON (Radio Oklahoma Network)
Improving Efficiency Key To Sustainable Beef Production Says Dr. Clay Mathis, Director of King Ranch Institute For Ranch Management

Beef Buzz with Ron Hays on RON (Radio Oklahoma Network)

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 10, 2020


Improving efficiency is the key to sustainability on today"s ranch said Dr. Clay Mathis, Director of the King Ranch institute for ranch management at Texas A & M-Kingsville. Mathis was a featured speaker at last month"s Beef Improvement Federation"s virtual conference.

EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast
31 May 2020 | BMW M5 rumoured to go electric

EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2020 26:39


Show #795   Good morning, good afternoon and good evening wherever you are in the world, welcome to EV News Daily for Sunday 31st May 2020. It’s Martyn Lee here and I go through every EV story so you don't have to.   Thank you to MYEV.com for helping make this show, they’ve built the first marketplace specifically for Electric Vehicles. It’s a totally free marketplace that simplifies the buying and selling process, and help you learn about EVs along the way too.   2024 BMW M5 RUMOURED TO GO ELECTRIC AND OFFER BUGATTI VEYRON POWER "Now that we know the full scoop on the updated BMW 5 Series, which was finally revealed and shown to the public just a few days ago, enthusiasts are still waiting on the performance version of BMWs seventh-generation midsize saloon, the BMW M5. While it was teased on Instagram by Markus Falsch himself with a reveal supposedly to come in the following weeks, the future of the M5 seems to be electrified." Reports Motor1.com: "According to a source that Car Magazine stumbled upon, expect the next-generation M5 to be packing serious power via electric motors.  Internal documents and some guesswork say that the PHEV will be using the same engine in the upcoming X8 M; a twin-turbocharged 4.4-litre V8 with an electric motor that has a combined output of 750 bhp. The M5 full-electric will be powered by Gen V pouch-type batteries, with Car Magazine noting that they could switch to Tesla-style round cells for stability, safety, and added performance. The energy cell is supposedly rated at 135kWh and can be hooked up to a 400V charger that can accommodate up to 350kW. It is also likely that BMW will upgrade to an 800V charger like the one by Porsche and the Taycan. With a maximum projected WLTP range of 435 miles, total power is suggested at 1006 bhp in total with a 0-62mph of just 2.9 seconds."   350kW on a 400v battery would be something around 875 amps - I don't believe it.   https://sg.news.yahoo.com/2024-bmw-m5-rumoured-electric-163000021.html   CUMULATIVE NUMBER OF NIO POWER BATTERY SWAPS REACHES 500,000 "On May 25, NIO reached a milestone of 500,000 cumulative EV battery swaps in China by its ES6 and ES8 cars. The first NIO Power battery swap station was opened on May 20, 2018 so it’s basically two years. For comparison, the number of cumulative NIO car sales are over 38,900." Says Highway Tale: "Over those two years, NIO installed a total of 131 stations (as of May 20) in 58 cities and plans to add some 50 more in 2020 to enhance long-distance travel. Not all of the close to 40,000 NIO drivers are using battery swap – some did not need to use it, while others might be in areas without battery swap stations. According to data from March, 48.7% of all cars sold at least once used the station. All NIO vehicles are enabled to use the swap stations and the station offers both pack capacities – 70 kWh and 84 kWh. Soon there will be also a 100 kWh pack option. NIO is also developing and 2nd generation of battery swap stations, which will not require the vehicles to be lifted up. It should be simpler, more reliable and cheaper, as well as save time for users. NIO encourages its customers to schedule the battery swapping, so you are assured of a set time, and won’t have to wait for other cars that may have arrived before you.   https://highwaytale.com/car-reviews/cumulative-number-of-nio-power-battery-swaps-reaches-500000-2/   RENAULT COULD MAKE ALPINE GO ELECTRIC-ONLY TO SAVE THE BRAND: REPORT "It was distressing to hear that Renault’s Dieppe plant, home to sportscar sub-brand Alpine, will likely be closed as the french Automaker attempts to right itself after the impact of the pandemic on business. We thought that closure would once again be the end of Alpine, but apparently there’s still hope." Reports Jalopnik: "According to a report from Autocar, Alpine may actually survive the tumult despite some initial reports to the contrary, but when it emerges it could be looking at an all-electric future. It’s not totally set in stone yet, though. Autocar explains that the brand’s fate will only be decided once new Renault CEO Luca di Meo begins his tenure in July. Total electrification will certainly a price to pay for a sports car brand that has long traded on simplicity and low curb weight, but I think it’ll be worth it. lpine needs to sell more cars than it currently does. The benchmark goal of 6000 units per year that Renault set for the brand three years ago has been impossible to reach thus far with fewer than 4500 units moved last year. Renault has proven that the company is serious about making electric cars work, even if unorthodox approaches might be necessary to get there. On the other side of things, it’s clear that electric sports cars can work too. Between Tesla’s Ludicrous Mode, Volkswagen’s i.D. R racecar, and plenty of other examples, the prospects for electric sports cars are really good."   https://jalopnik.com/renault-could-make-alpine-go-electric-only-to-save-the-1843794070   GERMAN MINISTRY PROPOSES €5 BILLION CAR BONUS SCHEME "Germany's Ministry of Economics has proposed a 5 billion euro (£4.5 billion) buyer bonus scheme as part of an impending stimulus package in an effort to boost car sales, two people close to the matter said on Sunday." According to Yahoo! News: "The heads of the co-governing Social Democrats (SPD) and Angela Merkel's Christian Democrats (CDU) are expected to present the overall stimulus package on Tuesday, which could total up to 80 billion euros, according to one media report.  The economy ministry's proposal is for purchase premiums to be paid to buyers of electric vehicles and conventionally powered cars worth less than 77,350 euros each, with the scheme expiring at the end of the year, the sources said. The economy ministry's plans foresee a basic premium of 2,500 euros per car, which would be topped up by 500 euros for fuel-efficient vehicles. Existing incentive programmes would be increased by 1,500 euros for electric cars and 750 euros for hybrids. A slew of policymakers and industry groups have spoken out against premiums for car purchases, arguing that the stimulus programme should adhere to climate-change policies and not favour a single industry."   https://uk.finance.yahoo.com/news/german-ministry-proposes-5-billion-172933074.html   QOTW ANSWERS   PODBEAN LISTENER! Ordered the Tesla cyber truck but I haven't got a clue what I'm gonna do with it living in suburban Chislehurst going to be fairly large!   HOWARD ANTHONY SMITH via PATREON I realize you live in a country that does not have a pickup truck culture. I grew up in the western part of the United States where pickup trucks were pretty much a necessity. For example, we did not have a paved road for many years. There are still some locations where the road surfaces still need to be regularly grated and tire ruts need to be filled in with gravel. It is from those experiences that truck were outfitted with gear to handle all challenges. All trucks needed protected storage, extended range, spare tires, a heavy lift jack, all terrain tires, camping equipment, and comfortable bench seats. I had dreamed of an all electric pickup from Ford for years...until I saw the Rivian. Then I saw the price tag and went back into dreaming mode. My current pickup truck of choice is the Tesla Cybertruck. It has everything I want plus it wins top trumps against most sports cars. Also, I have a reservation for one. It is going to work great with our off grid travel trailer.   RAJEEV NARAYAN The ideal specs of an electric pickup truck are those that would entice these truck buyers who are largely EVs naïve. Currently, the top selling trucks in America is the Ford F -series. Chief among them is the F-150. The Ford F-150 XL starts at $28,700 which is too cheap right now for an EV to compete with, but on the higher end- the Lariat and King Ranch sell for $45K to upwards of $60K. An electric Pickup truck with aggressive styling, similar price, all wheel drive, a Range of around 450 miles and a 0-60 of 5 seconds or less with a towing capacity of around 10,000 lbs, will do well.   DAVID NYE Great range, and charging network. Great towing capacity (to tow my 3 tonne caravan with ease). Great technology including autopilot capabilities. Great comfort for at least four or five people. Great safety, including both primary AND secondary safety. Great “toughness”, including being able to cop door dings in the carpark (and maybe even sledgehammer blows:-) without significant damage. Cutting edge design. Reasonable affordability.   NIGEL BAKER It should have a lift-gate fitted as standard so it can fulfill its description.   MARTY YOUNG Regarding desired specs for an electric pickup truck, it all boils down to one thing...range...lots and lots of range...more range than may seem reasonable at first glance!  Why?  Because many people buy a pickup truck for one reason - to tow things: boats, campers, and trailers of all types. And towing even a medium-sized camper will reduce your range by at least half!  So for an EV pickup to be taken seriously by typical truck buyers, it will need a listed range of at least 500 or 600 miles so it can reliably travel a couple hundred miles between charges while towing.   AJ TARQUINO How about Tesla offering the option of a small refrigerator to their cyber truck and installing a permanent one in the back or in the frunk ?? This would be grand and I, for one, would want one... Think of the advantage of buying groceries that need to stay cold or frozen on the drive back home.  This would make a huge convince of not having to say “I have to hurry and get home, I have ice cream that I don’t want to melt !!”  What about using one for camping or overnight stays !! Their 110/220 volts are already there, making it simple to add a unit to keep a cold beverage available and not have to depend on the use of a cooler or the use melting ice.  I hate the sound of the word ‘ice’ because the same letters represents inefficient gobbling fossil fuel automobiles as I ‘am’ a promoter of electric vehicles.   JASON HARPER I’m trying as hard as I can to convince my wife to plan for a Cybertruck versus a Model Y for our next vehicle. My reasoning is it’s the same price, but has many more uses.  It seats the same number of people, it has more storage, it has open air storage for transporting furniture, we can go camping with it, we can tow a trailer with it if needed, etc. etc. Plus, I kinda like turning heads when I drive (I currently drive a BMW i3, which is a rare site in Tennessee.)   QUESTION OF THE WEEK   Critics say EVs are on the for the rich, so what do you view as ‘affordable’ prices?   I want to say a heartfelt thank you to the 227 patrons of this podcast whose generosity means I get to keep making this show, which aims to entertain and inform thousands of listeners every day about a brighter future. 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Rach on the Radio
Rachael whips up King Ranch Casserole!

Rach on the Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2020 0:44


Rachael whips up King Ranch Casserole!

Rach on the Radio
Rachael whips up a King Ranch Casserole!

Rach on the Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2020 0:44


Rachael whips up a King Ranch Casserole!

Dinner Table Talks
34: King Ranch Chicken - Let's Get it On

Dinner Table Talks

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2020 38:14


King Ranch Chicken - Delivered Filipino Food - Joe Cooking is Sexy - Zoom Meetings at Home - Neighbor Ribs - Corona Hair - TableTopics Giveaways A week after being told that The Dinner Table was slipping in terms of quality, Joe fires back with a homemade, from-scratch King Ranch Chicken. From scratch! That means homemade cream of chicken soup. But we will still use Ro-Tel. From how corona is messing with our hair to Aislynn picking on Joe (again!), we're holding strong at home and you're invited, as always, to The Dinner Table. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/dinnertabletalks/message

Land Stories
Ep. 31 The 8th Largest Landholder in the Country

Land Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 9, 2020 24:49


In this episode of Land Stories... Dave is joined again by our wonderful Kristy Limon to continue our series on the largest landholders in the country! Kristy has told us in previous episodes that she is a Texan through and through, so it is only fitting that she share with us our 8th largest landholder in the U.S. who became a Texan himself, Richard King and the King family! Stick around around and learn how Richard King ended up owning 825,000 acres now known as King Ranch! You won't want to miss this!  Resources Mentioned: https://www.texasmonthly.com/articles/a-family-affair-2/ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/King_Ranch https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Richard_King_(entrepreneur) Property Featured: ttps://genfamproperties.com/listing/one-acre-lot-in-deming-ranchettes-for-sale-get-out-of-town-every-weekend-with-family-friends/ Have Questions? We’d love to hear from you! contact@genfamproperties.com (775) 234-2058

Wake With Jake Show
Owen's new nickname is "King Ranch"

Wake With Jake Show

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 12, 2020 2:58


We're going to miss giving Owen a hard time about rolling in to work like a Peewee in his Prius, but Joe Diffie was right when he said there's something women like about a pickup man! -Jake

Wake With Jake Show
Owen's new nickname is "King Ranch"

Wake With Jake Show

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 12, 2020 2:58


We're going to miss giving Owen a hard time about rolling in to work like a Peewee in his Prius, but Joe Diffie was right when he said there's something women like about a pickup man! -Jake

The Carmudgeon Show
The best badges ever placed on cars — The Carmudgeon Show — Ep. 17

The Carmudgeon Show

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 5, 2020 58:29


Badges, emblems, signs, and stickers: this week’s Carmudgeon show is all about why so many cars have badges for seemingly irrelevant things. Trim-level badging apparently helps with resale values, but why is it necessary to tell the cars behind you that you have Tuned Port Injection?Jason and Derek take an illustrated trip down memory lane, discussing the coolest (and silliest) badges ever put on cars. And why having a lighted star on the front of your Mercedes is actually a poverty badge — but having no badge on your V-12 E32 750iL could be a sign of exclusivity.Some of the badges covered in this episode include: Disc brakes, ABS, Honda’s ALB, Automatic, Automatique, Dynaflow and other transmission badges, 4WS, 16V, 24V, 32V, Twin Cam, EFI, MPFI, TBI, Tuned Port Injection, Twin H Power, Tri Power, Turbo, Turbo Diesel, Turbodiesel, V8-6-4, GT4, Alltrac, Fuel Injection, 5-speed, Overdrive, IRS, BMW 1800 TI/SA, SH-AWD, AWD, 4WD, 4 Wheel Drive, All Wheel Drive, Injection Electronique, Twin I Beam, Big Horn, King Ranch, Isuzu P’Up, Inezione, 4Porte, Quattroporte, Quattro, 4Matic, 4Motion, Q4, xDrive, SH-AWD, eAWD, TSI, TFSI, TDI, GDI, Hybrid, Anti-Theft Radio, VTEC, iVTEC, VVT, VVTi, VVTL-i, VVEL, Dual Motor, 16 Ventiler, P100D, Ludicrous, DMP, Cambiocorsa, Ferrari F1, Advancetrac, Advancetrac RST, Stabillitrak, PZEV, SIPS, Side Impact Protection System, GL, EX, DX, LE, Si, LX, S, SE, SEL, Lambda Sond, EV, Electric Vehicle, Kompressor, Turbo, BiTurbo, V8, V12, AMG, Radial Tuned Suspension, Handling By Lotus, TR5 PI, Magnum PI, 308 Magnum PI, Police Interceptor, DTS, Deville Touring Sedan, GTS, 911 GTS, 928 GTS, Celica GTS, Cayman GTS, Boxster GTS, Porsche GTS, Ferrari GTSThe Carmudgeon Show is a comedic, information-filled conversation with Jason Cammisa and Derek Tam-Scott, two car enthusiasts who are curmudgeonly beyond their years. Proving you don’t have to be old to be grumpy, they spend each episode talking about what’s wrong with various parts of the automotive universe. Despite their best efforts to keep it negative, they usually wind up laughing, happy, and extolling their love for cars. Which just makes them angrier and more bitter.Jason Cammisa is an automotive journalist, social-media figure, and TV host with over 250 million views on YouTube alone. Jason’s deeply technical understanding, made possible by a lifelong obsession with cars, allows him to fully digest what’s going on within an automobile — and then put it into simple terms for others to understand. Also, a Master’s Degree in Law trained him to be impossible to argue with. Derek Tam-Scott still tries. He’s a young automotive expert with old-man taste in cars, and a Master’s Degree in Civil Engineering — which means he knows how to be civil to Jason. Or at least he tries. With a decade and a half’s experience buying, selling, driving and brokering classic and exotic cars, he’s experienced the world’s most iconic cars. And hated most of them. Don't forget to visit: https://www.issimi.com/ISSIMI Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/issimiofficialISSIMI Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/issimiofficial/ Podcast available on:

Smart Oil & Gas
Smart Oil & Gas Podcast - Feb 8, Segment 4

Smart Oil & Gas

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 10, 2020 7:29


Oil & Gas History:  The King Ranch

The National Podcast of Texas
#100 The Defined Dish's Alex Snodgrass and the Pursuit of a Healthier King Ranch Casserole

The National Podcast of Texas

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2020 36:55


The New York Times bestselling author on how Texans cook and diet differently.

The Kenny Rice Horse Racing Show
The Kenny Rice Horse Racing Show - Episode 40

The Kenny Rice Horse Racing Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2019 46:23


Timely talk again this week nearing the Breeders' Cup at Santa Anita Park with Kenny Rice on the Horse Racing Show. Laffit Pincay III sizes up the Horse of the Year race, Bob Baffert's jockey change, the Breeders' Cup Classic, his favorite Breeder's Cup moments, and the revamped track surface at Santa Anita. Well respected breeder/owner Helen Alexander discusses the two Breeders' Cup contenders she bred: Covfefe and Campaign, the champion Althea that was her breakout horse, breeding 2014 Classic champ Bayern, growing up on the iconic King Ranch, the amazing history Assault's 1946 Triple Crown victory, and the breeding business today. Are breeders focusing too much on speed?

Because of Horses
Listeners’ Choice Collection: Excerpts From Our Most Popular Guests

Because of Horses

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2019 77:46


This week Elise is bringing you an especially fun episode because it’s all about you — the listeners! This episode will be featuring the four guests that listeners have chosen as their favorites from the 103 episodes that have aired in Seasons 1 and 2 thus far! Elise will be sharing the best excerpts from these incredible episodes as she counts down the top favorite guests, including Stacy Westfall, Through Rider Gillian Larson, Guy McLean, and King Ranch's James Clement.     Topics of Discussion: [:25] About today’s special episode! [:48] Listeners' choice guest #4 is Guy McLean! [1:44] In this first clip, Guy speaks about his journey going from a shy little boy who found his place in the world with horses to now performing at some of the world’s most legendary venues. [5:28] We often talk about what we want from horses, but what does Guy think horses want from us? [9:07] Guy McLean recites his remarkable poem, “This is War,” and explains the story behind it. [14:06] What does Guy wish people knew about ‘so-called’ difficult horses? [21:48] Listeners' choice guest #3 is the renowned trainer, clinician, and competitor, Stacy Westfall! [23:45] Stacy speaks about how she turned a major competition mistake around (that got her disqualified) and whether there’s a pattern for conscious decision making and willful positivism that can turn even the most disappointing moments into positive outcomes. [27:50] Stacy speaks about positive intent, ethics, and how our connection with horses reinforces them. [30:00] Did Stacy have any idea of the impact that her viral ride would have on her audience and viewers online? [33:55] Stacy reflects on her experience during this viral ride. [38:07] Guest #2 on the listeners’ choice list is James Clement III from the iconic King Ranch! [39:26] James Clement shares the story of the legendary stallion, Old Sorrel, and why he’s so important to today’s Quarter Horses. James also shares how the King Ranch came to be founded. [44:02] James tells the story of Captain King and explains how his life truly optimizes the American dream. [48:11] James continues the story of Captain King and speaks about how he is following in his predecessor's footsteps. [51:43] About the amazing heritage that many of the coworkers at King Ranch share. [53:11] The guest that listeners voted #1 out of 103 episodes: Through Rider Gillian Larson. [53:53] Gillian speaks about her daily routine in caring for her horses on the trail, and how she manages to keep them healthy and sound as they travel thousands of miles together. [1:04:19] Has Gillian had any wildlife encounters during her travels with her horses? Any Stephen King moments? [1:17:00] Elise wraps up this week’s special listeners' choice episode!   Know Someone Inspirational, Whose Life Has Been Forever Changed Because of Horses? Because of Horses would love to get to share their story! To recommend someone please send an email to elise@becauseofhorses.com.   Mentioned in this Episode: The Hampton Classic Episode 65: “Guy McLean: Australia’s National Treasure and Ambassador of the Outback” EquestFile (Use coupon code: BOH10 to receive a 10% discount for two months off your subscription) Episode 27: “Stacy Westfall Has Done It All: Ellen DeGeneres, NRHA Champion, Quarter Horse Congress Record, Road to the Horse Winner” Stacy Westfall’s Viral Ride (Youtube Video) Episode 67: “The King Ranch Legacy: Quarter Horses, Triple Crown Contenders, and 170 Years of Breeding Excellence, with James Clement” GGTFooting.com/BOHP Episode 62: “The Lone Rider: Border to Border on Horseback, with Gillian Larson”   Like what you hear? Because of Horses would love to hear your feedback! Please email elise@becauseofhorses.com to send Because of Horses your thoughts.   To Support the Podcast: Donate on Paypal to help keep Because of Horses running — all amounts are welcome! Subscribe: RSS Feed, iTunes, Google Play, TuneIn, Stitcher, and Player FM

Our American Stories
King Ranch, the Storm Chaser, and a Story of a Song

Our American Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2019 81:42


Dinner Table Talks
Episode 2: Pho King Ranch Style Bidet

Dinner Table Talks

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2019 41:21


In our first full-length episode, we take a deep dive into the best of this week's dinner table meals and talks including: pho, King Ranch chicken, bidets-as-gifts, college-age drinking, alternative uses of cauliflower, breakfast tacos, standing up to local leaders and much, much more. Our dinner talk question of the week: Have you ever stood up for something you believe in? --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/dinnertabletalks/message

On The Wing Podcast
Ep. 39 Minnesota Vikings Head Coach Mike Zimmer Talks Quail

On The Wing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2019 12:50


In this episode, our host Bob St.Pierre is joined by Minnesota Vikings Head Coach Mike Zimmer for a quick conversation about his 160-acre farm in Kentucky and how his habitat work on the farm earned him the distinction as Kentucky’s 2017 Landowner Conservationist of the Year. A Quail Forever member, Coach Zimmer also talked about growing up as a pheasant hunter in Illinois and getting hooked on quail hunting during his time in Texas where he quail hunted the King Ranch with Dallas Cowboys’ owner Jerry Jones. Coach Zimmer also talks about the process he’s going through to learn how to shoot a shotgun left-handed after suffering a detached retina injury in 2016.

Lago in the Morning
8 AM Hour of July 18, 2019

Lago in the Morning

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2019 38:44


Dave Evins calls in with a sports report and Lago talks with Blake, Mike Pusley and Sheriff J.C. Hooper about the jail population, the need for more deputies and volunteering for the sheriff's department; Jim Maloney calls in with some history on the King Ranch.

Ridiculous Dialogue
123 - Country Club Killa

Ridiculous Dialogue

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 5, 2019 55:39


It’s a rowdy episode of Ridiculous Dialogue this week, as Bryan is joined by Jason, Mark, J.B. and another Brian (who spells his name wrong.) The guys discuss their recent shooting trip, which for some of the crew was fueled by Diet Mountain Dew. We also find out that King Ranch, Texas is surprisingly steak-free, yet Habaneros are plentiful and you need to watch out for them when you’re cruising around on your rented scooter.

Life In Accounting - The Where Accountants Go podcast
123: From the Commercial World to Local United Way CEO – Lyndon Herridge CPA

Life In Accounting - The Where Accountants Go podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 26, 2019 35:43


For this episode of Life In Accounting, the Where Accountants Go podcast, we were joined by the soon-to-transition CEO of United Way of San Antonio & Bexar County, Lyndon Herridge CPA. Roots in the Commercial World Something that may surprise listeners is that while Lyndon is a very passionate about the manner in which United Way serves the community, he definitely didn't start out his career with the long-term goal of being a leader in the non-profit world!  His career started as many do in accounting, in the tax and audit space with a firm that eventually merged into EY.  He then ventured out into industry and joined a family office for one of the heirs to the King Ranch in Texas.  This was a tremendous opportunity that he thoroughly enjoyed because it gave him the experience of working with many different types of industries due to their wide variety of holdings.  However, he knew that long-term he wanted to do something different with his career… Moving to United Way Another fact that may surprise listeners is that when he was initially approached about joining United Way, Lyndon declined!  It was quite a while later when he realized that one of his friends in Dallas had joined the organization and was so thoroughly enjoying it that he decided he should reconsider.  He joined the United Way with the intentions to stay only a short time, but obviously that worked out much differently as he ended up assuming the CEO role and has now celebrated his 28th year with the organization! Advice for Young Professionals It may also surprise you that Lyndon doesn't recommend going directly into the non-profit world right after college.  He recommends that you take some time early on in your career to work in the for-profit world.  Per Lyndon, it not only helps you grow, but also benefits your future non-profit employer as well.  Having the understanding of business processes is very valuable even though non-profits work with a different goal in mind.  For more information on United Way, please click here. Other episodes you may enjoy:  Craig Fuller and Bob McAdams To listen in this insightful interview with Lyndon Herridge, please click on the player below:

Because of Horses
The King Ranch Legacy: Quarter Horses, Triple Crown Contenders, and 170 Years of Breeding Excellence, with James Clement

Because of Horses

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 25, 2019 44:01


Elise’s guest is James Clement, the Horse Division Manager of the Quarter Horse Program at the King Ranch – one of the most respected and historically significant Quarter Horse operations in existence... not only pre-dating recognition of the breed, but directly responsible for its creation.   From 1853 when he founded the 825,000-acre King Ranch, Captain Richard King (a visionary and the son of destitute Irish immigrants) meticulously up-bred the stallions and mares of the Wild Horse Desert whose descendants would become some of the finest – and the very first – Quarter Horses in the world.   This includes the American Quarter Horse Association (AQHA), founded in 1940, selecting the King Ranch’s Wimpy as the very first stallion registered in the new breed’s stud book. As well, some of the most successful Quarter Horses in history are King horses, including Mr. San Peppy – the youngest horse ever inducted into the National Cutting Horse Association Hall of Fame.   For seven generations, King Ranch has been owned and maintained by descendants of Captain King, and their dedication to producing the finest horses and cattle possible continues their founder’s legacy.     In this week’s episode, James discusses King Ranch’s mission, the horse program’s historical significance, and talks about the Ranch’s current stock – including their talented Quarter Horse stallions and his plans. James also shares insights into continuing his family’s seven generations of Ranch stewardship, what it’s like to literally walk in his predecessor’s boot-steps, and the extraordinarily unique community Captain King began almost 170 years ago.   Topics of Discussion: [:20] About Elise’s guest today, James Clement. [1:07] From a personal and professional perspective, James talks about the great responsibility – and honor – of carrying on the Ranch’s traditions. [2:58] How the King Ranch’s focus on excellence guides James every day. [5:10] About the legendary Wimpy and some of the other famous Quarter Horses the King Ranch has produced. [7:49] About King Ranch’s mission and the qualities James looks for in horses and in ranch-hands. [10:46] James discusses the King Ranch’s breeding program and how it remains true to their core mission. [13:15] About Old Sorrel and why he was so important to King Ranch (and to today’s Quarter Horse breed). [17:45] James shares the story of Captain King’s life. [21:36] James continues the story of Captain King, why he bought all of the cattle from a village in Mexico, and how the legendary Kinenos for their start. [24:49] The amazing heritage most of the coworkers at King Ranch share. [26:18] James’s education, US Marine Corps service, and return to King Ranch. [28:22] James, the newlywed! [28:50] What it’s like to visit the Quarter Horse operation and touring the King Ranch. [34:40] About Elise’s book, A Parent’s Guide to Riding Lessons. [35:25] James’s favorite aspects of the Ranch, itself. [40:45] About next week’s episode of the Because of Horses podcast. [41:40] Where to learn more about the King Ranch.   Know Someone Inspirational, Whose Life Has Been Forever Changed Because of Horses? Because of Horses would love to get to share their story! To recommend someone please send an email to elise@becauseofhorses.com.   Mentioned in this Episode: King Ranch King Ranch’s Instagram King Ranch’s Facebook King Ranch articles on Texas Monthly A Parent’s Guide to Riding Lessons: Everything You Need to Know to Survive and Thrive with a Horse-Loving Kid, by Elise Chand United States Pony Club Next week’s episode of Because of Horses American Quarter Horse Association American Cutting Horse Association   Like what you hear? Because of Horses would love to hear your feedback! Please email elise@becauseofhorses.com to send Because of Horses your thoughts.   To Support the Podcast: ● Donate on Paypal to help keep Because of Horses running — all amounts are welcome! ● Subscribe: RSS Feed, iTunes, Google Play, TuneIn, Stitcher, and Player FM

Wheel Bearings
Episode #075 – Diesel, Plug-in and Inevitable Conclusions

Wheel Bearings

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2018


Since we last turned on the mics, Sam has been in the Ford F-150 King Ranch diesel and the Kia Niro plug-in hybrid. Dan has been sampling Subaru’s new big SUV, the Ascent. The automotive world loses big names to the inevitable. Links FCA CEO Sergio Marchionne Dies Ford Designer Chris Svensson succumbs to cancer

WISE ABOUT TEXAS
Ep. 53: Texas Takes the Triple Crown

WISE ABOUT TEXAS

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 4, 2018 32:06


Bob Kleberg, Jr. had an eye for good horses.  When he did something, he did it big.  He also managed one of the largest and most storied ranches in Texas, founded by his grandfather Richard King.  When Kleberg decided that the King Ranch would race thoroughbreds, he bought and bred the best.  In 1943, a chestnut colt was born on the King Ranch in far South Texas.  The scampering colt stepped on an old surveyor stake and it went right through his hoof.  Not a good situation for a racehorse.  Instead of putting him down, an enterprising veterinarian fixed the foot and he went on to race.  As a 3 year-old, the horse had a chance to bring the coveted triple crown home to Texas.  Hear the unlikely story of Assault, the Club-Footed Comet, in the latest episode of Wise About Texas.

Drunk: the pod
Episode 2: Mayflower Spaghetti

Drunk: the pod

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2018 53:06


In which we discuss: Doctor Who (1996 movie), The Stanford Prison Experiment, King Ranch chicken, maple caramel bacon crack, Life: The Game, Guts & Glory, drinks that may or may not be in poor taste but are delicious anyway, and you can hear Becky's feral children screaming at each other in the background because WE ARE PROFESSIONALS. They will be locked in cages for future episodes. Happy hour is a social construct. Thanks to Mastering Engineer @dehartmusic!

Boo, Y'all
Ep. 5 - Hotel Part 3: Menger

Boo, Y'all

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2017 45:36


We're remembering the Alamo ghosts this week at the Menger Hotel in San Antonio. We've got Davy Crockett, a French beheading and lots and lots of King Ranch casserole. Bon Appetit, y'all!

Texas Standard » Stories from Texas
The Story Behind Texas’ Favorite Butter

Texas Standard » Stories from Texas

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2016 3:45


Texas has a great number of Texas brands: Southwest Airlines. Texas Instruments. Lone Star Beer. Dell Computer. Imperial Sugar. The King Ranch. Now, The King Ranch is a brand that came, quite literally, from a brand. King Ranch even has its own brand of Ford Pickup. The King Ranch also helped launch another old Texas...

Texas Standard » Stories from Texas
The Story Behind Texas’ Favorite Butter

Texas Standard » Stories from Texas

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2016 3:45


Texas has a great number of Texas brands: Southwest Airlines. Texas Instruments. Lone Star Beer. Dell Computer. Imperial Sugar. The King Ranch. Now, The King Ranch is a brand that came, quite literally, from a brand. King Ranch even has its own brand of Ford Pickup. The King Ranch also helped launch another old Texas...

Texas Standard » Stories from Texas
The Story Behind Texas’ Favorite Butter

Texas Standard » Stories from Texas

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2016 3:45


Texas has a great number of Texas brands: Southwest Airlines. Texas Instruments. Lone Star Beer. Dell Computer. Imperial Sugar. The King Ranch. Now, The King Ranch is a brand that came, quite literally, from a brand. King Ranch even has its own brand of Ford Pickup. The King Ranch also helped launch another old Texas […]

Texas Standard » Stories from Texas
The Queen of King Ranch

Texas Standard » Stories from Texas

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2016 3:54


When Richard King, the founder of the King Ranch, was on his deathbed, he told his wife, Henrietta Chamberlain King “Don’t let any of that land get away from you.” At the time of his death in 1885, King’s famous ranch consisted of about half a million acres. He had amassed this land on the...

Texas Standard » Stories from Texas
The Queen of King Ranch

Texas Standard » Stories from Texas

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2016 3:54


When Richard King, the founder of the King Ranch, was on his deathbed, he told his wife, Henrietta Chamberlain King “Don’t let any of that land get away from you.” At the time of his death in 1885, King’s famous ranch consisted of about half a million acres. He had amassed this land on the […]

Texas Standard » Stories from Texas
The Queen of King Ranch

Texas Standard » Stories from Texas

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2016 3:54


When Richard King, the founder of the King Ranch, was on his deathbed, he told his wife, Henrietta Chamberlain King “Don’t let any of that land get away from you.” At the time of his death in 1885, King’s famous ranch consisted of about half a million acres. He had amassed this land on the...

Texas Standard » Stories from Texas
When the Young Lieutenant Met the Wild Mustangs

Texas Standard » Stories from Texas

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2015 3:08


He was 22 years old, riding his horse south of Corpus Christi in the vicinity of what would one day be called the King Ranch. But that wouldn’t happen for another twenty years. This vast stretch of sandy prairie was still known as “The Wild Horse Desert.” In some ways it was a spooky place...

Texas Standard » Stories from Texas
When the Young Lieutenant Met the Wild Mustangs

Texas Standard » Stories from Texas

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2015 3:08


He was 22 years old, riding his horse south of Corpus Christi in the vicinity of what would one day be called the King Ranch. But that wouldn’t happen for another twenty years. This vast stretch of sandy prairie was still known as “The Wild Horse Desert.” In some ways it was a spooky place...

Texas Standard » Stories from Texas
When the Young Lieutenant Met the Wild Mustangs

Texas Standard » Stories from Texas

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2015 3:08


He was 22 years old, riding his horse south of Corpus Christi in the vicinity of what would one day be called the King Ranch. But that wouldn’t happen for another twenty years. This vast stretch of sandy prairie was still known as “The Wild Horse Desert.” In some ways it was a spooky place […]

TeamClearCoat - An Automotive Enthusiast Podcast by Two Car Nerds
04-Real Life Bond Villains and King Ranch Kittens

TeamClearCoat - An Automotive Enthusiast Podcast by Two Car Nerds

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2015 62:57


It's only the 4th episode, and we've already lost our minds: Bond villains, nipple clamp-wearing Land Rover owners, and hobo-sized butt prints are all covered...in the first 10 minutes. Somehow, we also cover a few rounds of FMK cars and segue into part 2 in our 679-part series, "We Feel Conflicted About Trucks and SUVs."

TeamClearCoat - An Automotive Enthusiast Podcast by Two Car Nerds
04-Real Life Bond Villains and King Ranch Kittens

TeamClearCoat - An Automotive Enthusiast Podcast by Two Car Nerds

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2015 62:57


It's only the 4th episode, and we've already lost our minds: Bond villains, nipple clamp-wearing Land Rover owners, and hobo-sized butt prints are all covered...in the first 10 minutes. Somehow, we also cover a few rounds of FMK cars and segue into part 2 in our 679-part series, "We Feel Conflicted About Trucks and SUVs."

Dr. History's Tales of the Old West

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