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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.

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Come Along for the Ride Tracy Malone

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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

    Jim Masterson The Masterson Method

    Jim Masterson The Masterson Method

    In this episode I speak with Jim Masterson, the creator of the Masterson Method. The Masterson Method is a form of body work that you can learn to do on your own horse and you can also go deeper into training and become a practitioner.

    I've always marvelled at the amount of body work modalities in both the human and horse world and love the fact that there are so many because it is a reflection of the individuality of both humans and horses. With all of our complexities and differences, we can look at what can support us and our horse at any moment in time.

    The Masterson Method is one of those that you may very well want in your tool-box, and not just for the sake of body work. What I learned in this conversation with Jim is how this is more than a body work for horses. It is also a way to connect with your horse. If you can do this method of body work, then you will be a conscious horse person. Because to do this work you have to let your mind go, let go of the outcome and see what your horse has to say, or how they respond, in each moment.

    Sounds amazing right?

    Well I thought so to.

    Thank you to those of you who believed Jim was going to be a great podcast guest and asked me to interview him as you were right. I hope you enjoy this conversation as much as I did.

    To connect with Jim and The Masterson Method click any of the links below.

    Website: https://mastersonmethod.com/
    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MastersonMethod
    Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mastersonmethod/
    Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdCz74CUaLv8YnNhcRyACOw
    https://www.youtube.com/user/mastersonmethod
    Twitter: https://twitter.com/MastersonMethod

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    Robyn Hood Tellington TTouch

    Robyn Hood Tellington TTouch

    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 huge shout out to our new Patreon subscribers. Jennifer Morris, thank you for joining the Patreon Community.

    In this episode I spoke with Robyn Hood. Robyn is the sister of Linda Tellington-Jones, the creator of the Tellington TTouch method of bodywork.

    Robyn and I talked about the Tellington TTouch Method and how it came about in the first place. It is amazing to hear how someone was able to experience something for themselves and then go on to create their very own form of bodywork to help horses.

    Robyn is an amazing woman and horse person in her very own right. We spoke about so many topics in the horse world including how we as women need to advocate for our horses and be in our power.

    We also talked about how to choose a trainer of any kind.

    About their words matching their actions. Robyn suggested we look at what do they do when what they are doing doesn't work.

    We even talked about why having water available for your horse during any training or body work session is really important for both you and your horse.

    This is a rich conversation that I enjoyed immensely.

    I have put a couple of links in the show notes but there are so many different pages and groups on facebook that I suggest if you want to follow the Tellington TTouch Method that you put Tellington TTouch into the search bar of Facebook and find the one that is in your country. As Robyn says, there are a lot. So head on over there after you've listened to find out more about what is happing in your area.

    You can also gather more information on Tellington TTouch here
    https://ttouch.com/index.html
    https://ttouch.ca/

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    Anja Beran Classical Dressage

    Anja Beran Classical Dressage

    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.

    One of our small business subscribers for the podcast is the HeartHorse Box. HeartHorse was created by friends Tista and Charlotte who found a beautiful spot to place themselves in the horse world. They have created a safe online community environment outside the noisy world of social media where you can subscribe and dive in and speak openly with heart-minded conscious horse people of all disciplines and breeds. This includes live seminars and classes from equine experts from all areas of the equestrian world. They also have the beautiful HeartHorse Box Subscription, I do love this one as it is centred around you, the conscious horse person receiving nourishing gifts for you as HeartHorse understand that you are already taking amazing care of your horse and want to make sure you are doing the same for yourself. I am thrilled to let you know that if you go to hearthorse.us and use the code EDENRIVER you will receive a 25% discount on your first month of the HeartHorse Community Membership. You may also like to check out their HeartHorse podcast it's another great free resource from the HeartHorse team.

    In this episode I speak with Anja Beran.

    Anja is a classical dressage trainer who grew up believing classical dressage was the only way to ride so when she saw modern dressage, she was shocked to see how they rode.

    If you have ever wondered the difference between classical and modern dressage, then this is going to be a great learning moment for you as it was for me.

    Anja tells me that horses were originally trained for fighting and to fight your horse needed self-carriage. Riders needed one hand to hold a sword and fight, so their horse needs self-carriage with the rider using one hand for the reigns.

    Anja videoed the best modern dressage horses in the world and slowed the video down to show us all, that the movements they were making and how they are executed are not true to form.

    We talked about how in modern dressage comps the horse who is best ridden does not win. It's the horse who is the best natural mover, who may not be ridden as well as the others, that wins. Everything is in reverse.

    I asked how in the world we can begin classical dressage competitions to overtake the modern dressage competitions. We talked about how...

    • 1 hr 2 min
    Elsa Sinclair, Taming Wild and Freedom Based Training

    Elsa Sinclair, Taming Wild and Freedom Based Training

    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.

    One of our small business subscribers for the podcast is the HeartHorse Box. HeartHorse was created by friends Tista and Charlotte who found a beautiful spot to place themselves in the horse world. They have created a safe online community environment outside the noisy world of social media where you can subscribe and dive in and speak openly with heart-minded conscious horse people of all disciplines and breeds. This includes live seminars and classes from equine experts from all areas of the equestrian world. They also have the beautiful HeartHorse Box Subscription, I do love this one as it is centred around you, the conscious horse person receiving nourishing gifts for you as HeartHorse understand that you are already taking amazing care of your horse and want to make sure you are doing the same for yourself. I am thrilled to let you know that if you go to hearthorse.us and use the code EDENRIVER you will receive a 25% discount on your first month of the HeartHorse Community Membership. You may also like to check out their HeartHorse podcast it's another great free resource from the HeartHorse team.

    In this episode of the podcast I speak with Elsa Sinclair who made the film Taming Wild and who does what she calls Freedom Based Training.

    Elsa and I talk about the two documentaries she has made so far and also the one she is filming now that is taking way longer than expected, and for good reason.

    The amazing thing about Elsa is that she is always listening, not only to the horses and her intuition but to people when they ask really interesting questions. She takes on challenges consistently and her results are beautiful to witness. Sometimes she has a time frame to work within and sometimes she just has to keep filming until she finds a natural ending to the story.

    I love how Elsa thinks, how she trains and how she shows up for her horses and community.

    There is something in this chat for everyone so I hope you enjoy this conversation.

    Website
    Http://tamingwild.com

    The specific page where people can find the movies is here:
    a href="https://www.tamingwild.com/moviesales"...

    • 1 hr 4 min
    Heart Horse Podcast Interview with Tracy Malone

    Heart Horse Podcast Interview with Tracy Malone

    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.

    One of our small business subscribers for the podcast is the HeartHorse Box. HeartHorse was created by friends Tista and Charlotte who found a beautiful spot to place themselves in the horse world. They have created a safe online community environment outside the noisy world of social media where you can subscribe and dive in and speak openly with heart-minded conscious horse people of all disciplines and breeds. This includes live seminars and classes from equine experts from all areas of the equestrian world. They also have the beautiful HeartHorse Box Subscription, I do love this one as it is centred around you, the conscious horse person receiving nourishing gifts for you as HeartHorse understand that you are already taking amazing care of your horse and want to make sure you are doing the same for yourself. I am thrilled to let you know that if you go to hearthorse.us and use the code EDENRIVER you will receive a 25% discount on your first month of the HeartHorse Community Membership. You may also like to check out their HeartHorse podcast it's another great free resource from the HeartHorse team.

    We've made it to episode 100! Can you believe it! I decided to do something a little different this episode and play you and interview done with me by Tista and Charlotte from the Heart Horse Podcast. I really enjoyed my time chatting with these amazing women about the why behind this podcast and my business Eden River Equestrian. So for this one you can sit back and relax and get to know me a little better. I hope you enjoy it.

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    • 1 hr 7 min
    Mark Langley Equine Ability

    Mark Langley Equine Ability

    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.

    One of our small business subscribers for the podcast is the HeartHorse Box. HeartHorse was created by friends Tista and Charlotte who found a beautiful spot to place themselves in the horse world. They have created a safe online community environment outside the noisy world of social media where you can subscribe and dive in and speak openly with heart-minded conscious horse people of all disciplines and breeds. This includes live seminars and classes from equine experts from all areas of the equestrian world. They also have the beautiful HeartHorse Box Subscription, I do love this one as it is centred around you, the conscious horse person receiving nourishing gifts for you as HeartHorse understand that you are already taking amazing care of your horse and want to make sure you are doing the same for yourself. I am thrilled to let you know that if you go to hearthorse.us and use the code EDENRIVER you will receive a 25% discount on your first month of the HeartHorse Community Membership. You may also like to check out their HeartHorse podcast it's another great free resource from the HeartHorse team. You may even find the episode where I was a guest on their podcast talking about my life with horses and how this podcast and the conscious horse movement came about.

    In this episode I spoke with Mark Langley from Equine Ability. Mark is a man who grew up with horses and like so many from this podcast, started to question the training methods he had learned while travelling overseas. He saw a lot of push button horses that were shut down and he got curious as the driving pressure seemed to be shutting them down. And as happens so many times when you begin to question things, he was led to books written by Mark Rashid who gave him permission to take a different direction. He changed his main training method to "How can I help?" he realised that like Tom Dorrance said, a horse follows a feel not getting chased by it and his new way of training was born.

    It's really interesting to hear that Mark began to see more shut down horses than ever when he started hosting clinics. We had a great conversation about shut down horses and he gives a lot of tips and examples and a lot of things to think about. And he made a great point, it's us that shuts down horses, not pressure.

    I hope you enjoy this conversation as much as I did. Mark is...

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