7 episodes

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.

Practical Horseman Podcast Practical Horseman

    • Sports & Recreation
    • 4.6, 25 Ratings

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.

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5
25 Ratings

25 Ratings

Cash in the chips ,

Please get a decent sound system.

I love the people, the topics and the great information but listening is a hassle. I am constantly having to adjust the sound level to hear and understand the speaker

WhoopTrot ,

Great Idea - Poor Audio Quality

I'm so excited for Practical Horseman to throw their hat into the podcast arena! I've listened to both podcasts, and so far loved them! But as other reviewers have mentioned, the audio quality needs to be improved before listeners are turned off and stop tuning in. The wind in the first podcast, and then the background noise in the second one made it tough to even hear the interview. And, I agree that the interviewer is maybe not the right fit. I'm sure PH will continue to improve and I can't wait for the next one!

Anonymou54321 ,

Good content, TERRIBLE sound quality

I really hope that this podcast will invest in better microphones and editing. The host interviews top riders in the major English riding disciplines, but the audio quality is so poor that it’s hard not to miss some of their insights. Honestly , it’s almost unlistenable. It desperately needs better sound capture. A good editor could also remove a lot of the chaff, allowing the good stuff to get more focus. Finally, I’m not sure the host is a natural interviewer. She seems to be reading prepared questions off a sheet rather than having a conversation. Obviously, that preparation is a good thing, but when we can hear it and when it generates stilted questions and responses, it’s not so great. I suspect these are all side effects of this being a new venture, and I hope they will improve over time. I love the magazine, and I hope the podcast will eventually reflect the polish and professionalism I’ve always found in its print form.

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