37 min

Horsepower with Heart Ep.1: Unveiling the World of Equine Well-being Inscape Quest Podcast with Trudi Howley

    • Mental Health

Welcome to another thought-provoking episode of the Inscape Quest podcast, where host Trudi Howley brings to attention critical matters related to equine welfare and the broader significance of equids in the world today. This episode's discussion involves two major subjects: working horses and donkeys, and troubling issues within the dressage community.
Joining us is the esteemed guest, Dr. Jay Merriam, a veterinarian with 55 years of experience in equine veterinary care. He shares insights into the Equitarian Initiative, aiming to offer needed veterinary care for working equids around the world. We delve deep into welfare issues of various equestrian sports, and the role all equestrians can explore in promoting horse welfare in their communities.
From discussing practices in third-world countries to examining current considerations within the equestrian community, this episode seeks to ignite conversations on best practices for horse welfare.
Concluding with a call for comprehensive education, transparent discussions, and a commitment to ethical awareness, this episode underscores everyone's role in enhancing the well-being of our equine friends, be it a novice horse handler or an Olympic Dressage Rider. Join us as we converge education and ethics to fashion a better world for these majestic athletes and hard working animals.
This podcast is a discussion about dealing with equine welfare related to the alleged abuse of animals. It contains a discussion of recent public allegations about the abuse of dressage horses. The participants in this discussion have no personal knowledge as to the truth or falsity of any of these allegations and nothing in this podcast is intended to comment on or should be interpreted as commenting on the truth or falsity of any allegation. 
Be sure to check out the amazing philanthropic veterinary work for the working horses of the developing world at the link below:
equitarianinitiative.org
Please consider giving the gift of health for working equids and the 650 million people who depend upon them across the globe.
DISCLAIMERDisclaimer: The Podcast is about equine welfare. It contains references to recent public allegations about the abuse of dressage horses. The participants in this discussion have no personal knowledge as to the truth or falsity of any of these allegations and nothing in this podcast is intended to comment on or should be interpreted as commenting on the truth or falsity of any allegation.
 

Welcome to another thought-provoking episode of the Inscape Quest podcast, where host Trudi Howley brings to attention critical matters related to equine welfare and the broader significance of equids in the world today. This episode's discussion involves two major subjects: working horses and donkeys, and troubling issues within the dressage community.
Joining us is the esteemed guest, Dr. Jay Merriam, a veterinarian with 55 years of experience in equine veterinary care. He shares insights into the Equitarian Initiative, aiming to offer needed veterinary care for working equids around the world. We delve deep into welfare issues of various equestrian sports, and the role all equestrians can explore in promoting horse welfare in their communities.
From discussing practices in third-world countries to examining current considerations within the equestrian community, this episode seeks to ignite conversations on best practices for horse welfare.
Concluding with a call for comprehensive education, transparent discussions, and a commitment to ethical awareness, this episode underscores everyone's role in enhancing the well-being of our equine friends, be it a novice horse handler or an Olympic Dressage Rider. Join us as we converge education and ethics to fashion a better world for these majestic athletes and hard working animals.
This podcast is a discussion about dealing with equine welfare related to the alleged abuse of animals. It contains a discussion of recent public allegations about the abuse of dressage horses. The participants in this discussion have no personal knowledge as to the truth or falsity of any of these allegations and nothing in this podcast is intended to comment on or should be interpreted as commenting on the truth or falsity of any allegation. 
Be sure to check out the amazing philanthropic veterinary work for the working horses of the developing world at the link below:
equitarianinitiative.org
Please consider giving the gift of health for working equids and the 650 million people who depend upon them across the globe.
DISCLAIMERDisclaimer: The Podcast is about equine welfare. It contains references to recent public allegations about the abuse of dressage horses. The participants in this discussion have no personal knowledge as to the truth or falsity of any of these allegations and nothing in this podcast is intended to comment on or should be interpreted as commenting on the truth or falsity of any allegation.
 

37 min