Educating, Informing and Entertaining
One ridiculous episode at a time.
Interviews with professionals across all equestrian disciplines, insights into careers all over the equestrian industry and episodes keeping you up to date with best practices for all aspects of horse care.
A Quick Catch Up
It's been a while since we've caught up hasn't it. I mean I know you hear a bit about our lives, episode to episode, but there's lots that doesn't get through, and not all of you have listened since we started the podcast. And we started the podcast a bloody long time ago now. Thinking how different our lives are is a bit mad to be honest. As our lives are growing and morphing, we thought the podcast probably needed to too. Logically. So that's what this is. A quick catch up, and the low down.
Ask the Vet | Atypical Myopathy
We are joined by our absolute favourite person, Angela Jones, our very own resident Podcast Pet Vet, to talk all about Atypical Myopathy, what's a myopathy? Why is it not typical? Guess you'll have to listen won't you
Keeping Ponies in Kenya | Nandi Kegode
This week we're joined by the effervescent Nandi Kegode, Kenyan Psychologist and honestly, visionary. We talk all about how keeping ponies in Kenya works, the challenges from the climate (and the wildlife), how competing works and how most people learn to ride. Nandi is current holder of the "Best Answer to What's One Thing You Couldn't Live Without" award
Content Queen | Anna Hollis
Content Manager for the Longines Global Champions Tour (among others) and all round wonderful human being, Anna Hollis, talks to us all about her job, making content for multiple platforms, where she gets her ideas, and being at events taking place in some of the most beautiful locations in the world. Under the Eiffel Tower, anyone? THE ACTUAL CIRCUS MAXIMUS, ANYONE?
All in the Genes | Lucy Morgan
This week, Lucy from Gemini Genetics joins us on the podcast to talk all about cloning, how it works, why you'd do it, and how it's helping in so many areas right now. This was a big episode for our resident Biology Nerd but I think we kept it in check and didn't go too science heavy.... you guys be the judge
Breed for: Speed | Simon Cooper
Our second episode in our Breed series we're looking at one of the most carefully bred animals in the world, for one singular aim. Getting the fastest horse possible. Listen to Simon Cooper from the original Thoroughbred Studbook, Weatherbys, talk about how the breed came to be and what its future looks like.
Amazing, favourite horsey podcast!
The core is good but the giggling does annoy!
Love this so much xxxx
Really informative and interesting - absolutely love the enthusiasm and knowledge xx Thankyou xx