You own a horse. Now what? The one thing for certain is your need to learn more. More about tack. More about horsemanship. More about care and feeding. More about everything horses. Follow our weekly podcast and you WILL learn more.
Dust n' Diamonds Mounted Drill Team
Dust n' Diamonds Mounted Drill Team has performed at rodeos, fairs, and special events for nearly 30 years. If you’ve ever seen an equestrian drill team, you’re going to love this behind-the-scenes look at Dust n' Diamonds. #horsepodcast
NRCHA Judge Bill Enk
A lifelong horseman at 77, Bill Enk has a wealth of experience in the horse show world.He’s judged the AQHA World Show and Road to the Horse.
AQHA Horse Show Judging with Patti Carter
Patti Carter is the Senior Director of Judges at the AQHA The AQHA certifies over 800 people for horse show judging.
Listener Stories and Paso Finos
Listener Vicky Gormanly tells us about her search for the perfect Paso Fino riding horse and some of the challenges she faced.
Competitive Trail Riding with North American Trail Ride Conference (NATRC)
Are you looking for a little adventure? Give competitive trail riding a try. The NATRC is a governing body over competitive trail riding.
Equine Emergency Preparedness
Equine Emergency Preparedness
Equine emergency preparedness is so not a glamorous topic. And, it doesn't matter if you live in California with our fires and earthquakes (there was a 3.0 last night) or in the Midwest, or in a different country. Bad things will happen. No one wants to think about the disaster that may happen. No one wants to picture what will happen to their horse if they are unprepared. But as powerful as horses are, they can be extremely fragile in many situations. In past episodes, we've talked to veterinarians about medical emergencies. We talked to people at Large Animal Technical Rescue. On today's show, we talk to Julie Atwood about Equine Emergency Preparedness.
It's a good thing that people like Julie Atwood of the HalterProject.org are out there. Julie thinks of all the things that could go haywire and develops lists and strategies to lessen their impact. The Halter Project began in 2013 as a grassroots effort to help people better prepare for both disasters and emergencies. I took this from the Halter Project's mission statement:
FIRST RESPONDER ANIMAL AWARENESS & RESPONSE: HALTER Project provides support to first responders for training and equipment to assist animals in emergencies.
INDIVIDUAL & COMMUNITY PREPAREDNESS: The HALTER Project is committed to inspiring and enabling individual and community preparedness for people and their animals.
I encourage to check out the links and build a plan to protect your horse and other pets.
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I am an adult beginner rider, so this podcast gives me the opportunity to learn and feel connected to a community. Thank you for keeping this podcast going!
Learning and story telling all in one
This is a wonderful podcast that has allot of learning through professional and expert guests to the hosts personal experiences, which also leads to his stories as well as guests. I enjoy every episode. I recommend going through the back catalogue and listening if you want to follow the host journey with his mustang he started, Scratch.
There is a lot about horse safety and riding!! I hope you enjoy it as much as I do