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We are here to go deep with extraordinary horse people who live their lives making the world a better place for horses. Our weekly interviews will entertain and engage as well as educate horse owners who are always learning and want to know more about these incredible creatures.

To follow us on social media you will find us on Facebook @EdenRiverEquestrian on Instagram @edenriverequestrian
Our website is www.edenriverequestrian.com

Come Along for the Ride Tracy Malone

    • Wilderness
    • 4.7 • 33 Ratings

We are here to go deep with extraordinary horse people who live their lives making the world a better place for horses. Our weekly interviews will entertain and engage as well as educate horse owners who are always learning and want to know more about these incredible creatures.

To follow us on social media you will find us on Facebook @EdenRiverEquestrian on Instagram @edenriverequestrian
Our website is www.edenriverequestrian.com

    Mary Corning Author of Perfect Practice

    Mary Corning Author of Perfect Practice

    If you'd like to support the podcast and all the work that I do then you can! Just head on over to patreon.com/comealongfortheridepodcast and sign up. From as little as a cup of coffee a month, you can help me keep this podcast going. There are many tiers that you can choose from and if everyone who listens gave only $5 per month, it would make a massive positive difference to me.

    There is a tier in there for a small business subscription just like the one Peter Papp took up from Peter and the Herd, this is the one where your business gets a mention each week on the podcast. Peter works with equine behaviour and trauma recovery. Equine communication. Human and horse relationship building. Peter has had communication with my mare Gypsy, who is the mare with me in the podcast picture and he was spot on about everything so I can highly recommend his work personally. Click here to connect with Peter and the Herd.

    In this episode I speak with Mary Corning who is an author and life consultant for the horse world and beyond.

    She has written a book called Perfect Practice, A philosophy for living an authentic and transparent life.

    Mary is a Woman after my own heart we have so much in common in the way we see the world and live our lives.

    I loved every minute of this conversation and I know you will as well. What a rich and blessed life she has lived in being guided by both Ray Hunt and Tom Dorrance.

    I'm so glad she has written her book and is able to share her wisdom with us all.

    To connect with Mary and purchase her book please click on the links below

    Website url is
    https://marycorning.com/

    Facebook page is.
    https://www.facebook.com/MarySCorningLifeCoach/

    Instagram
    https://www.instagram.com/maryscorning/

    The book is available on Amazon
    https://marycorning.com/books/
    as well as most online bookstores - it is also searchable and available at walk in stores worldwide.

    Mary also offers signed special edition copies through her website. Here is the link to that.

    https://marycorning.com/books/



    © Tracy Malone

    • 1 hr
    Anu Joshi Racism in the Horse World

    Anu Joshi Racism in the Horse World

    If you'd like to support the podcast and all the work that I do then you can! Just head on over to patreon.com/comealongfortheridepodcast and sign up. From as little as a cup of coffee a month, you can help me keep this podcast going. There are many tiers that you can choose from and if everyone who listens gave only $5 per month, it would make a massive positive difference to me.

    There is a tier in there for a small business subscription just like the one Peter Papp took up from Peter and the Herd, this is the one where your business gets a mention each week on the podcast. Peter works with equine behaviour and trauma recovery. Equine communication. Human and horse relationship building. Peter has had communication with my mare Gypsy, who is the mare with me in the podcast picture and he was spot on about everything so I can highly recommend his work personally. Click here to connect with Peter and the Herd.

    In this episode I speak with Anu Joshi of Chetak Horses and who has just begun working with Detroit Horse power both of which we speak about in the podcast.

    Anu is a person of colour within the horse wold and I've been looking to open this conversation as the horse world can be a judgemental place for people with white skin let alone someone with brown skin and I wanted to hear how that has been for Anu and what we can learn from her experience and how we can make positive change on the racism in the horse world.

    As expected Anu is a really interesting human and we speak not only of racism in the horse world but about Anu and her accomplished career and her work and the positive change she is making.

    I hope you enjoy this open and heartfelt conversation with a beautiful horse woman.

    To connect with Anu please follow the link below

    •Website: http://www.chetakhorses.com/
    •Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/chetakhorses/
    •Instagram: chetakhorses
    •Twitter: chetakhorses
    •YouTube: chetakhorses
    •Other Important Links: https://www.detroithorsepower.org/

    © Tracy Malone

    • 55 min
    Kara Musgrave from Musgrave Equestrian

    Kara Musgrave from Musgrave Equestrian

    If you'd like to support the podcast and all the work that I do then you can! Just head on over to patreon.com/comealongfortheridepodcast and sign up. From as little as a cup of coffee a month, you can help me keep this podcast going. There are many tiers that you can choose from and if everyone who listens gave only $5 per month, it would make a massive positive difference to me.

    There is a tier in there for a small business subscription just like the one Peter Papp took up from Peter and the Herd, this is the one where your business gets a mention each week on the podcast. Peter works with equine behaviour and trauma recovery. Equine communication. Human and horse relationship building. Peter has had communication with my mare Gypsy, who is the mare with me in the podcast picture and he was spot on about everything so I can highly recommend his work personally. Click here to connect with Peter and the Herd.

    In this episode I speak with Kara from Musgrave Equestrian. Kara is a trainer who found her way due to her horse Ben have EPM a neurological disease in horses.

    Kara is a wealth of knowledge and found a combination of positive reinforcement, movement games and choice all came together to make up a wonderful program that she teaches online.

    This is another great story of how one horse changes the way a trainer works and opens their world to a whole new and more connected way of training.
    To connect with Kara you can follow the links below
    Website musgraveequestrian.com
    Facebook. https://www.facebook.com/musgraveequestrian/
    Instagram https://www.instagram.com/musgraveequestrian/?hl=en
    YouTube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCmXzz0bPWO-_Cbmb8jUATvA
    TicToc - @musgraveequestrian

    © Tracy Malone

    • 1 hr 4 min
    Dr Sue Dyson Ridden Horse Ethogram

    Dr Sue Dyson Ridden Horse Ethogram

    If you'd like to support the podcast and all the work that I do then you can! Just head on over to patreon.com/comealongfortheridepodcast and sign up. From as little as a cup of coffee a month, you can help me keep this podcast going. There are many tiers that you can choose from and if everyone who listens gave only $5 per month, it would make a massive positive difference to me.

    There is a tier in there for a small business subscription just like the one Peter Papp took up from Peter and the Herd, this is the one where your business gets a mention each week on the podcast. Peter works with equine behaviour and trauma recovery. Equine communication. Human and horse relationship building. Peter has had communication with my mare Gypsy, who is the mare with me in the podcast picture and he was spot on about everything so I can highly recommend his work personally. Click here to connect with Peter and the Herd.

    It's great to be bringing you another episode and I'm very happy to say we will be more regular again from here on in. The wonderful Lauren Arcay from Canada has joined the team and is doing the reaching out to guests for me and the podcast. The relief and joy I have of seeing a booking for a podcast interview come through into my emails is the best. So thank you Lauren for all you are doing it is so appreciated.

    In this episode, thanks to Lauren, I speak with Dr Sue Dyson. When I interviewed Dr Ann Bondi from The Saddle Research Trust she suggested I speak with Sue and I'm so glad that we found the time to speak with her because oh my she is out to change the horse world in a wonderful way. She has developed a tool on how to recognise the 24 behaviours indicating pain in the ridden horse.

    And she is backed by all the science you could possibly ever need.

    I could read out all Dr Sue Dyson has achieved in her lifetime thus far but it would probably take me 20 minutes to get through it all, and I'm not exaggerating! I'll shorten it somewhat to give you an idea.

    Sue is a qualified vet who went on to specialise in clinical orthopaedics and lameness and poor performance in horses. Sue has been awarded fellowships PhD's and is a Founding Diplomate of the European College of Veterinary Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation.

    Sue has lectured internationally and published widely on equine orthopaedics and diagnostic imaging. She has published more than 310 refereed papers in scientific journals, relating to lameness and diagnostic imaging in the horse.

    Sue is a member of the Editorial Advisory Board of the Equine Veterinary Journal, Equine Veterinary Education and acts as a regular peer reviewer for a large number of journals.

    Sue was been a long-standing member of Council of the British Equine Veterinary Association and is a past President. She has also been a long-standing member of the Board of the World Equine Veterinary Association and Vice-President.

    Sue has been awarded far too many prizes to list and has been made an honorary member of Societa Italiana Veterinari Per Equini (SIVE), Italy. Sue was inducted into the University of Kentucky Equine Research Hall of Fame.

    Sue also holds the Instructors and Stable Managers Certificates of the British Horse Society (BHSI) and has competed at advanced level in both horse trials and show jumping, producing horses that have subsequently competed successfully at the Olympic Games and World Equestrian...

    • 1 hr 6 min
    How Can You Support Your Horse?

    How Can You Support Your Horse?

    If you'd like to support the podcast and all the work that I do then you can! Just head on over to patreon.com/comealongfortheridepodcast and sign up. From as little as a cup of coffee a month, you can help me keep this podcast going. There are many tiers that you can choose from and if everyone who listens gave only $5 per month, it would make a massive positive difference to me.

    There is a tier in there for a small business subscription just like the one Peter Papp took up from Peter and the Herd, this is the one where your business gets a mention each week on the podcast. Peter works with equine behaviour and trauma recovery. Equine communication. Human and horse relationship building. Peter has had communication with my mare Gypsy, who is the mare with me in the podcast picture and he was spot on about everything so I can highly recommend his work personally. Click here to connect with Peter and the Herd.

    I am looking for someone to help me with the admin side of the podcast. Not editing but the admin. Emailing potential guests, following up with them, booking their interview times. This can be done from anywhere in the world so you don't have to be Australian. It is a casual and paid position. This is a real block for me being able to get back to weekly episodes on the podcast. I can send out the original emails OK but then the follow ups all get lost in my day to day running a business and being an independent Mumma and weeks have gone by and I'm running in circles. So it's now time to ask for help! If this is something that interests you please shoot me an email at info@edenriverequestrian.com

    This is a solo episode as there have been some amazing insights unfolding recently and I wanted to share them with you as it is entirely possible they may land with you and help you somehow as they did when they landed in me. It's all about how you can find your voice and speak up for your horse and why it is so important to do so.

    You can join our Facebook group here https://www.facebook.com/groups/376101009782763


    © Tracy Malone

    • 20 min
    Ginger Gaffney Half Broke

    Ginger Gaffney Half Broke

    If you'd like to support the podcast and all the work that I do then you can! Just head on over to patreon.com/comealongfortheridepodcast and sign up. From as little as a cup of coffee a month, you can help me keep this podcast going. There are many tiers that you can choose from and if everyone who listens gave only $5 per month, it would make a massive positive difference to me.

    There is a tier in there for a small business subscription just like the one Peter Papp took up from Peter and the Herd, this is the one where your business gets a mention each week on the podcast. Peter works with equine behaviour and trauma recovery. Equine communication. Human and horse relationship building. Peter has had communication with my mare Gypsy, who is the mare with me in the podcast picture and he was spot on about everything so I can highly recommend his work personally. Click here to connect with Peter and the Herd.

    A shout out to our newest Patreon subscribers. Jelle Miedema thank you for your support and also to Victoria Bradshaw thank you for your support. Your monthly subscription makes my job here so much easier.

    In this episode I speak with Ginger Gaffney. Ginger is a horse trainer and author. She wrote and amazing book called Half Broke. It was Paul Szauter from Equisec who recommended this book to me so thanks Paul, I bought it on audible and listened to it twice. For those who know my background in years gone by in Equine Assisted Counselling, this book is such a gem about the horse human relationship.

    The book is the true story of Ginger's work on an alternative to prison ranch where she gets a phone call from residents who are part of the horse team who have horses that are dangerous and aggressive to the point of physical harm to the humans feeding them. Ginger heads out there and helps out.

    This book tells the story of the residents and horses that Ginger helps and how they grow and change together, beautifully wound with the telling of Ginger's own story from her childhood. And as happens so many times when working with horses and humans in this way, Ginger found that she needed to be here helping these people and horses just as much as they needed her. She does not get paid for this work.

    I loved this book as I said before. Please read it or please listen to it on audible. It shows just how powerful the horse human relationship is. I believe it's one of the most powerful and beautiful things on the planet. And reading this book shows me that I may just be right.

    Ginger is a pleasure to speak with, I was so happy to find out more about some of the people in the book, where they are now, did they make it or not. Ginger still helps out at the ranch when she can get there, due to Covid it's been difficult. And I will be keeping an eye out for her next book that she is working on now.

    To connect with Ginger see links below
    Website https://gingergaffney.com/
    Facebook https://www.facebook.com/gingergaffneyauthor

    BUY THE BOOK
    Amazon https://www.amazon.com/Half-Broke-Memoir-Ginger-Gaffney/dp/1324003073
    Book Depository a href="https://www.bookdepository.com/Half-Broke-Ginger-Gaffney/9781324003076?ref=grid...

    • 1 hr 31 min

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
33 Ratings

33 Ratings

Millsey123 ,

Such an important voice for horses

This is such a special podcast, full of juicy, brilliant information that has opened my eyes and heart even more to the world of horses. Great work Tracy 💖

CaylieJ ,

And she’s off and running!

How refreshing to hear conversations about horses and healing with a speaker who has such a warm and comforting voice and an obvious passion for all things equine. Will be listening with great interest to interviews and wish you all the best for a successful podcast! Bravo!

Amieforbes ,

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Tracy is a true animal lover of all shapes and sizes, but her heart really is drawn towards her Horses. I have worked closely with Tracy and her Horse on a few occasions, where I've captured images of them together. I am personally very nervous around Horses but Tracy made me feel safe by the way she interacted with them. There is a very special connection there. I am excited to see where her Podcast goes. I have observed her put tromendous amounts of effort into planning this channel. She is a hard worker and very professional, so you can only expect quality information on this channel. Good luck Tracy! x

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