Susan Jamieson explores the good things that can happen because of the love of horses. In part, the program is a recollection of times gone by when the horse played a much more prominent role in our lives. In part, it is a look forward, to see how horses can still make a positive contribution to the lives of young and old.
Lata Brandisová & Richard Askwith
Lata Brandisová: the only woman winner of the Grand Pardubice of Czechoslovakia. A conversation with author Richard Askwith
Preserving the Canadian Horse and Alberta Grassland Home at Windy Coulee with Guest Heidi Eijgel
A visit with Heidi Eijgel who, with her husband David, does all she can to preserve the Canadian horse and their grassland home at Windy Coulee in Alberta.
Cinderella and the Romance of the Horse Drawn Carriage
We visit the folklore of the story of Cinderella and the romance of the horse drawn carriage.
A Visit with Ann Clifford: Equestrian, Artist, Youth Worker
Ann Clifford has found ways to integrate her love of horses, her love of art, and her interest in helping troubled adolescents and teens.
An Equestrian Trip Down Memory Lane with Len Benstead
We look back into the way that horses have influenced Len Benstead's life.
Seeing Others the Way a Horse Sees You: A visit with Ashleigh Wicheard.
We visit with Ashleigh to learn of her equestrian experience growing up and her contributions to an equestrian program for Londons inner-city children.