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The Equestrian Podcast with Bethany Lee

The Equestrian Podcast Bethany Lee

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The Equestrian Podcast with Bethany Lee

    [EP 401] The Power of Observing with Richard Howley

    [EP 401] The Power of Observing with Richard Howley

    Richard Howley is an accomplished Irish showjumper, known for his remarkable success in the competitive arena. He has won two consecutive World Cup qualifiers, a feat that highlights his exceptional talent and dedication to the sport. Richard's journey in the equestrian industry has been shaped by pivotal moments, including overcoming a significant injury at a young age. His emphasis on horsemanship, training methods, and understanding of horses has not only led to his success but also positioned him as an excellent candidate to represent Ireland in the upcoming 2024 Olympics. In this episode, we delve deep into Richard's journey, exploring his approach to training, horsemanship, and the road to the Olympics. Listen in!

    • 33 min
    [EP 400] Banana Feeds Presents - What You Need to Know About Horse Gut Health with John McArthur

    [EP 400] Banana Feeds Presents - What You Need to Know About Horse Gut Health with John McArthur

    Let's talk about bananas! Join us for an eye-opening conversation with John MacArthur, the visionary founder behind Banana Feeds and the groundbreaking B-COMPLETE™ supplement. John's journey started from a passion for horses to pioneering natural solutions for gut health and performance as he became inspired to uncover the untold stories and essential truths in the equine supplementation industry. In this episode, we dive deep into the transformative potential of B-COMPLETE™, its impact on the well-being of horses worldwide, and gain exclusive insights into the differences between the Australian and American equestrian worlds with the challenges of developing show-safe supplements. Listen in!

    • 30 min
    [EP 399] Solo Episode- West Coast Fashion with Bethany Lee

    [EP 399] Solo Episode- West Coast Fashion with Bethany Lee

    In this solo episode host, Bethany Lee, compares and contrasts all the riding looks and fashion from East Coast to West Coast during her travels on the show circuit. From Kashmir vests in Wellington, to sunglasses in California, Bethany shares all the best tips and tricks for functional riding outfits across the states. Listen in!

    • 14 min
    [EP 398] The Advantages of Competing In Different Rings with Charlotte Jacobs

    [EP 398] The Advantages of Competing In Different Rings with Charlotte Jacobs

    Charlotte Jacobs is a professional show jumper with deep roots in riding. She joins us today to share her journey since our last podcast conversation in 2022. Charlotte comes from a family steeped in equestrian tradition, and her path in the sport has been influenced by her upbringing and her family's support. As an integral part of North Star Sport Horses, Charlotte expresses her passion for producing young show jumpers and the fulfillment it brings to her career. Additionally, Charlotte emphasizes the significance of the rider-horse relationship in show jumping, highlighting her role in her horses' development, and the importance of establishing strong bonds. Listen in!

    • 29 min
    [EP 397] How Mark Bluman Measures Success Through the Support of His Family Business

    [EP 397] How Mark Bluman Measures Success Through the Support of His Family Business

    Mark Bluman is an accomplished rider with a lifelong passion for the sport. From taking his first riding lesson at the age of 3 to becoming the World Children’s Jumper Champion and Colombian National Champion, Mark's journey in horse riding has been nothing short of remarkable. With extensive international experience competing in Nations Cup competitions and FEI-rated classes, Mark brings a wealth of knowledge and insights to the table. Join us as we explore Mark's career highlights, his role within the family-owned Bluman Equestrian, and the tools and strategies he employs to achieve success in the highly competitive world of show jumping.

    • 26 min
    [EP 396] Learning How to Enjoy the Setbacks with Ansgar Holtgers Jr.

    [EP 396] Learning How to Enjoy the Setbacks with Ansgar Holtgers Jr.

    Ansgar Holtgers Jr. is a young show jumper originally from Germany, who recently clinched his first international Grand Prix victory at the $140,000 KASK CSI3* during Week 6 of the Winter Equestrian Festival (WEF). Today he joins the podcast coming from a unique story with his horse, Chanyon; a partnership that has evolved to achieve remarkable success. In this episode Ansgar shares about how he first entered the equestrian industry, what fueled his passion for riding from an early age, and the mental preparation he employed to tackle challenging courses while navigating high-pressure situations in the show ring. Listen in! 

    • 23 min

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