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Interviews with Equine Industry Experts. Listen to Olympians, World Cup riders, World Champions, Veterinarians, Equine Body Workers as well as leading horse specialists in their field. Regular International guests give specific advice on tips, steps and ideas in their specialty area. A must listen to all horse lovers and those genuinely interested in safety and horse welfare.
 
This delivery stream includes current Podcast episodes from the Daily Strides Podcast for Equestrians. Providing step by step guided instruction on a full range of different topics to do with horse riding and horsemanship. All episodes have a full blog post published at https://StridesForSuccess.com. New episodes are available every Monday. Stop riding endless circles in the arena with your horse by subscribing to the Daily Strides Podcast for Equestrians today and begin Making Every Ride Great
 
The half halt is a communication aid between you and your horse. It is your way of bringing your horses attention back to you, in order for you to then give directions about what you want him to do.Unfortunately what often ends up happening many riders is that they are so busy babbling to their horse - via the seat, legs, reins and fingers - that when they ride a half halt, their horse has completely tuned out. He is no longer part of the conversation at all.Simply put, the half halt is all ...
 
Horse health, behavior, training, competition. Join Friends on Horses with a variety of guests. If you want open conversations about everything “horse” from barefoot trimming and the latest in training, to rider fitness and horse nutrition, this is your hitching post. English, Western, whatever you do Friends on Horses doesn't discriminate.So have a listen and get ready to be saddled with information, these chicks don’t horse around… well maybe a little.
 
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Is every 30-minute ride starting to look and feel the same for you? Even the ones that you painstakingly chose exercises to work on? Annoying, isn’t it? Especially because actually ‘moving forward' in your riding is the reason you are riding! If this is the case, firstly, take heart that you’re not alone! Remaining focused throughout the day to day…
 
Creating Foundation Behaviours In Foals To Give Every Horse the Opportunity To Be A Champion (Listeners' Choice) Contact Details for this Episode are available on www.HorseChats.com/LeighWillsLC Music - BenSound.com Interviewed by Glenys CoxBy Glenys Cox and Leigh Wills
 
How many days will you ride this week? What will you do on each of those days? Are all of these things moving you and your horse closer to your goals? Big questions… And ones that I think not enough riders are taking responsibility for in their riding. This is part 2 of a 3 part series to help you really become intentional about your riding plan. E…
 
"Ten Tips on The Weaning Transition Safe, Horse Friendly Ways to Interact with Young Horses" (Listeners' Choice) Contact Details for this Episode are available on www.HorseChats.com/JonnaMcLean4LC Music - BenSound.com Interviewed by Glenys CoxBy Glenys Cox and Jonna McLean
 
All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy… Or so the saying goes. I tend to believe this is true. Especially when it comes to riders and their horses. Yes, ‘working’ is important. But, if you are only riding to ride… Well, maybe that is what is actually holding you back in your riding? I think that in order to really get the most from your riding …
 
Kate Neligan started out as an Atheist who later went on to achieve a Masters in Spiritual Psychology. She then received a Certification in Equine Experiential Education. In her new career she integrated animal communication into her clients healing process. Kate used to work in the film industry as a studio executive and left that behind to help o…
 
Sometimes Equine Specialist Veterinary Nurses Need to be Mediators (Listeners' Choice) Contact Details for this Episode are available on www.HorseChats.com/AndreaRidelCarrisonLC Music - BenSound.com Interviewed by Glenys CoxBy Glenys Cox and Andrea Ridel-Carrison
 
Rode 1,000 km In Twenty-One Days On One Horse To Help Form A Guard of Honour for the Queen (Listeners' Choice) Contact Details for this Episode are available on www.HorseChats.com/LeanneHaywoodLC Music - BenSound.com Interviewed by Glenys CoxBy Glenys Cox and Leanne Haywood
 
This episode dives into the ins and outs of hoof health. Whether or not you are into barefoot trimming doesn't matter. You will leave this episode understanding your horses feet better. The Hoof Geeks are contagiously passionate, which makes the episode so much fun. We hope you enjoy it as much as we did! Learn more about the Hoof Geeks Here: www.h…
 
We are all guilty of wasting time at some point or another in our day to day lives. However, I want to challenge you for 1 month to NOT waste any more of your time with your horse. Riding for the sake of saying you rode is a waste of time. Clocking in the hours is not the same as being productive with those hours. And if you have stopped riding or …
 
Teaching Riders With Disabilities To Connect With Their Horse, Become More Coordinated and Improve Results at School (Listeners' Choice) Contact Details for this Episode are available on www.HorseChats.com/ReneeHolzingerLC Music - BenSound.com Interviewed by Glenys CoxBy Glenys Cox and Renee Holzinger
 
How do some riders seem to simply handle ‘speed wobbles’ when they are riding? It seems as though nothing phases them. They simply effectively and efficiently get things back on track with minimum effort and drama… Their secret? They have swapped reacting versus responding when they ride. If you are the sort of rider who gets ‘triggered’ by certain…
 
Sprinkled, like confetti. This is how I think the half halt should be applied to your ride. Little ones that are really everywhere. None of them too big. Or ‘stand out’. Yet all of them working together to give the desired effect or result. For many riders, the half halt, rather than being like confetti, becomes more like broadsheet newspapers scat…
 
Shelby Sword, of White Swan Lake Outfitters, walks us through what it's like running a horse lead hunting operation. Learn what it takes to train horses for these types of expeditions and listen to stories about working with inexperienced riders on 10 hour mountain rides. Also, Shelby gives us the lowdown on how getting your hunting license works f…
 
Can you put into words what the half halt is? Let’s say you are speaking with your friend, who is not a horsey person, and you’re telling her all about the half halt. What would you say? This week I had two eye-opening conversations. One with a rider and one with my sister… I drew a similar conclusion from both conversations. My conclusion? There a…
 
What would happen to you and your riding if you began embracing your unique style as a rider? If instead of trying to ride like someone else, you began to really understand and know what it is to ride like you? I think that many riders are trying to ride like or act like someone else in their riding. Maybe it’s the rider at the barn who has been at…
 
What will you be doing with your horse this week? Seem’s like an innocent enough question… ‘Ah, a bit of this and a dash of that’... And there is the problem. If you committed to actually planning out the answer to this question for the coming 4 weeks in your riding, you can, potentially, change everything. The Same Thing = The Same Result So many …
 
Training International Level Instructors, Through Serious Foundational and Ongoing Training of the Horse & Rider (Listeners' Choice) Contact Details for this Episode are available on www.HorseChats.com/SandraPearsonAdamsLC Music - BenSound.com Interviewed by Glenys CoxBy Glenys Cox and Sandra Pearson-Adams
 
How many times have you been working with your horse on the lunge, only to have your line end up a tangled mess? Or perhaps your horse did something unexpected. Maybe he turned in or went from 0 to 60 in .5 of a second, and you couldn’t respond quickly enough because of a loopy, knotted, or twisted lunge line? Your lunge line is an important artifi…
 
Using Equine Massage To Keep Horses In Peak Physical and Mental Condition (Listeners' Choice) Contact Details for this Episode are available on www.HorseChats.com/ChristineThompsonLC Music - BenSound.com Interviewed by Glenys CoxBy Glenys Cox and Christine Thompson
 
Have you ever considered that, if something is not ‘working’ in your riding, the reason might just be a lack of forward? We spend a lot of our focus on making sure we have established relaxation and rhythm. Yet, working forward is actually essential for either of those two to be present and working for you in your riding. Here are 4 simple actions …
 
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