Adult amateur equestrian friends Clair, Kelly and Olivia discuss topics relevant to the hunter, jumper, eventing, and overall equestrian world. This podcast covers their thoughts and opinions on everything from lifestyle tips and tricks to controversial findings and rulings within the sports governing bodies. Topics include Showing in the Era of COVID-19, Importing Horses From Europe and The Significant Others Episode where the girls quiz their husbands on common equestrian phrases (!).
A podcast with Adele Shaw dedicated to improving the horse/human relationship, encouraging science-based and ethically-minded horse training and a species-appropriate way of keeping horses. Recent episodes include When Horses Don’t Like Food Reinforcement, Aggression Within the Herd and Motherhood and Horses.
The world’s premier and longest running podcast about the elegant world of dressage and the official podcast of the United States Dressage Federation (USDF). Hosted by Grand Prix riders Reese Koffler Stanfield and Philip Parkes, the Dressage Radio Show is a training-based show laced with exciting interviews, book reviews and news from the world of dressage. Recent episodes include an interview with Kasey Perry-Glass, yoga tips, piaffe and passage with FEI judge Lee Tubman, covid anxiety, and pole work.
A lighthearted look at the eventing world, backed up by EquiRatings stats. Interviews with the sports stars such as Ingrid Klimke and Capt. Mark Phillips, top riders revealing their Fave Eventing Memories, the fun Alphabetti Spaghetti, plus event previews and reviews from around the world.
Helen Dillon, the sponsorship director for EMG shows, has just launched a new podcast featuring insightful episodes that will capture the lives of extraordinary people to create connection, alignment, and inspiration. Shows include Versatility with Peter Doubleday, Evolving with Bobbie Reber, and Independence and Identity With Archie Cox.
A new podcast hosted by international show jumper Will Fletcher and commentator Sam Gerrard-May, top athletes in the sport from around the world are interviewed about topic such as running a business while competing, back stories and success stories.
From 10-11:30 a.m. ET Monday to Friday, this is touted as the world’s leading daily morning podcast with listeners in over 90 countries. A light, lively, entertaining look at the horse world and the people in it with hosts Jamie Jennings, Glenn the Geek (founder of Horse Radio Network) and his wife Coach Jenn, the show includes entertaining conversation, surprising guests, training tips, health segments, listener call ins, contests, giveaways and more. Recent episodes include Five Horses We’ve All Had, Bad Advice For Horse People By Horse People and Horse Husbands Roundtable.
Launched in 2017 by Karen and Rob Bowersox with the goal of creating an international platform for “the greatest sport on four legs” and providing eventers with increased exposure to fans and sponsors, MLE presents engaging conversations aimed at entertaining existing fans and cultivating new supporters.Tune in for interviews with top and upcoming Canadian and American eventers plus other topics such as horse care, nutrition and business management.
In-depth discussion of recently published papers in the veterinary research community. While not falling into the easy-listening category, important subjects are presented such as equine coronavirus, strangles, uveitis, plus surgical, diagnostic and treatment topics. A must for veterinary students or hard-core fans of veterinary medicine.
Get your weekly riding lessons via this podcast by Lorna Leeson, with step-by-step guided instruction on a full range of riding and horsemanship topics. New episodes are available every Monday teaching topics such as 4 Actions to Maintain ‘Forward’ in Your Riding, Developing Contact on the Lunge, and Are You Blocking with Your Seat While Riding?
“Educating, informing and entertaining one ridiculous episode at a time” explains this interesting site which offers a myriad of subjects with professionals across all equestrian disciplines. Working Equitation, colic research, how to grow your social media audience, the Gaucho Derby, jobs in the horse industry and prohibited substances explained are just recent examples.
Bethany Lee gets up close and personal with some of the best in the industry to chat about intriguing topics such as Working With The Horse’s Brain, Writing for Riding with Nancy Jaffer, how to identify and develop prospective show jumpers with Laura Kraut, and stories of hope including Making Headway with Dianna Babington and the comeback of Beatrice de Lavalette, the most critically injured survivor of the Brussels Airport terrorist bombing.