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The Practical Horseman podcast features conversations with respected riders, industry leaders and horse care experts to inform and inspire listeners. Co-hosted by Practical Horseman editors Sandra Oliynyk, Emily Daily and Jocelyn Pierce.
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The Practical Horseman podcast features conversations with respected riders, industry leaders and horse care experts to inform and inspire listeners. Co-hosted by Practical Horseman editors Sandra Oliynyk, Emily Daily and Jocelyn Pierce.
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    Geoff Teall

    Geoff Teall

    Based in Wellington, Florida, Geoff Teall has been involved in the horse industry for more than 40 years. He started out at age 8 foxhunting in upstate New York, learning from Mike Kelly and Gordon Wright. As a young professional, Geoff joined forces with many successful young trainers including Missy Clark and Kip Rosenthal. During this time, his student Laura Bowden won the 1991 AHSA National Hunter Seat Medal Final win. He eventually moved to Wellington, Florida, and continued to run his thriving business, Montoga, Inc., training students to accolades at top shows across the country. 
    Geoff earned his U.S. Equestrian Federation “R”-rated judging license and has judged prestigious competitions such as the Pessoa/USEF National Hunter Seat Medal Finals and the Washington International Horse Show Equitation Finals to name a few. He has also served as the vice president of the U.S. Hunter Jumper Association, the president of the American Hunter Jumper Foundation and on the board of directors for those two organizations and the USHJA Foundation and the USEF. 
    In this episode, Geoff talks about how he pushed himself and was encouraged by others to try a variety of jobs in the horse industry and his training philosophy of “simplicity, basics, discipline and habit.” He also shares his system for teaching his students how to “see a distance” and his thoughts on SafeSport. This episode is sponsored by Perfect Products.

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    • 55 min
    Sarah Maslin Nir

    Sarah Maslin Nir

    Sarah Maslin Nir is a staff reporter for the New York Times and author of the book, Horse Crazy: The Story of a Woman and a World in Love with an Animal, published in August 2020. Sarah describes her book as “a reported look at obsession”—the world’s obsession with horses as well as her own. Through solid reporting, Sarah allows readers to live vicariously through her first-hand exploration into lesser-known corners of the horse world. These include the long-buried legacy of black American cowboys, the adorable but powerful Marwari horse of India and a study of how imported warmbloods are flown across the ocean in a 747. Woven throughout these stories and more are personal anecdotes and reflections of how she fed her horse fix growing up in Manhattan to non-horsey parents. As a Times reporter, Sarah was a finalist for the 2016 Pulitzer Prize. Before becoming a staff reporter in 2011, she freelanced for the paper, reporting from West Africa, the Alaskan wilderness, post-earthquake Haiti and wildfire-ravaged California. She currently owns three horses and competes in the Adult Amateur Hunter division.
    Thank you to SmartPak for sponsoring this podcast.

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    • 30 min
    Eric Navet

    Eric Navet

    Eric Navet represented France at the 1984 Los Angeles Olympics after being partnered with J’t’adore just three months earlier. After that, he and his homebred Quito de Baussy enjoyed several years at the top of the sport. They earned individual and team gold at the 1990 World Equestrian Games, team gold at the 1991 European Championships, team bronze at the 1992 Barcelona Olympics and team silver at the 1994 World Equestrian Games. He also earned a team silver medal at the 1998 World Equestrian Games with Atout d’Isigny and team gold and individual silver at the 2002 World Equestrian Games and an appearance at the 2004 Olympics with Dollar du Murier. 
    In this episode, Eric shares what it was like growing up as a third-generation horseman on his father’s breeding farm, competing at the 1984 Olympics at age 25, riding legendary horses Gem Twist and Milton at the 1990 World Equestrian Games, moving to California in 2013 to be the personal coach for grand prix rider Karl Cook and more.
    Thanks to ADM Animal Nutrition for sponsoring this podcast.

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    • 33 min
    Hannah Isop

    Hannah Isop

    Third-generation equestrian Hannah Isop teaches and trains at her family’s Harkaway Farm, in North Salem, New York, with her aunt, Tracy Freels, and her mother, Susie Isop, who manages the barn. Her grandparents, Jeri and Bob Freels, were both horse trainers. Hannah has earned top placings in many hunter and jumper divisions, including several wins in national and international hunter derbies, second place in the 2011 Ox Ridge Charity Horse Show’s Grand Prix, second in two consecutive years at the USHJA World Championship Hunter Rider Developing Pro Challenge, first and second at the 2018 Devoucoux Hunter Prix at HITS-on-the-Hudson II, and a top-10 finish in the 2018 Platinum Performance/USHJA International Hunter Derby Championship.
    In this episode, Hannah shares how she brought back one of her top horses from a collateral ligament injury, what she likes about the hunter and jumping disciplines, how she handles losing and insight into her training article that appeared in Practical Horseman’s Summer 2020 issue: “From Hunters to Jumpers: How to Retrain a Former Hunter to Become a Competitive Jumper.”

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    • 18 min
    Don Stewart

    Don Stewart

    Finding and developing good sporthorses has been Don Stewart’s forte for 45 years in the business. During that time, he’s proven his expertise by winning innumerable championships as a rider and a coach at all the major shows, including Devon, the Pennsylvania National, the Washington International and at the National. As a rider, Don’s list of accomplishments is long and distinguished with many AHSA/USEF Horse of the Year champions. He also was Leading Hunter Rider at the Devon Horse Show in 1992, and earned the same title at the National Horse Show in 1993 and 1995.
    Although buying, showing and selling top hunters is a large part of Don’s business, he’s equally well known as a coach for junior and amateur riders. His students have won many Horse of the Year titles and equitation championships, including his daughter Erin’s 2002 ASPCA Maclay National Championship.
    In this episode, Don talks about what it’s like having Erin in the same business, how he helps his students handle their nerves, what he looks for in a good horse, the importance of being trustworthy in horse sales, his favorite training exercise and more.

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    • 24 min
    Natalie Gavi

    Natalie Gavi

    Natalie Gavi is a lifelong rider and registered dietitian nutritionist who specializes in sports nutrition for the equestrian athlete. Through her practice, Gavi Nutrition, Natalie develops individualized nutrition plans to help riders reach their goals and optimize their health and performance.
    In this episode, Natalie explains how nutrition plays a role in a rider’s performance, the importance of timing your meals with your rides, how riders can find the right nutrition plan for them and more.
    This episode is sponsored by Straight Arrow, Inc.

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    • 21 min

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