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Welcome to the Equestrian Perspective Podcast - hosted by Felicity Davies, a 30-year old who is obsessed with helping horses and riders feel confident in any environment whilst using compassionate methods. On this podcast, you'll be given a collection of Felicity's best trainings so you can truly understand your horse, form an amazing relationship with them and feel empowered in the pursuit of your dreams. So get ready, you're about to have a new equestrian perspective!
 
This is THE horse podcast for women who love travel, adventure and horses. On the show we feature outstanding women and their amazing and inspiring stories: Hear about crazy journeys on horseback in unique destinations. Listen to the stories of powerful women starting their own equine businesses abroad. Learn about the problems they faced and how they solved them. Follow them on their journeys to parts of the world where horse riding still is a very male dominated sport and industry. See how ...
 
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.
 
If you are tired of riding the endless circle, or you're struggling to find inspiration for your riding each week, this is the podcast for you. The Daily Strides Podcast is for equestrians wanting to learn more, stay inspired, and continue to move the conversation between horse and rider forward. Each episode provides step by step guided instruction on different aspects of riding, groundwork, and lunging your horse or pony. All episodes have a full blog post published at https://StridesForSu ...
 
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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This episode is like a part 2 episode to episode 41 all about Worrying About What Other People Think. I expand on common worries that people have shared with me and how to understand them and let them go. You are amazing and you deserve to realise that and feel like you can advocate for yourself and your horse. I hope this episode is supportive for…
 
Happy Mother's Day to everyone, whether you are a mom of a two-legged human or a four-legged fur baby, today is all about you. Today's episode honoring mother's day covers all the mom topics. Did you just have a baby, or having a baby soon? Have your kids moved on and now you are ready to hit the trails again? or what about getting your kids to joi…
 
Let me guide you through a tapping exercise to help you tune in to having an amazing session with your horse! Enjoy :) Plus if you loved this episode I would like to invite you to join my membership, Connected. Click this link and join to access your FREE 7 day trial- https://www.confidentequestrianprogram.com/connected See you there :) To connect …
 
Horse Riding is a popular sport in the Ukraine, at least it was before the war. I had planned today's interview weeks before the Russian attack and I had wanted to talk about how it is like to own and ride horses in this huge Eastern European country. The Ukraine is a perfect horse riding destination with a lot of unspoilt nature, hills and forests…
 
If you love books, this is the perfect place for you. Once a month, Heather, Ute, and sometimes Krystal, will talk about their favorite horsey book. In today's episode of the EQA Book Club, Ute is talking with Courtney Maum about her upcoming book The Year of the Horses. In this autobiography, Courtney tells the story of her depression and how she …
 
In this episode, I chat with Sarah Handscomb. She is a physiotherapist, ex 4* eventer, dressage rider, horse riding coach and a graduate of my Confident Equestrian Program (CEP). Together we discuss: - How she started riding an overview of her journey with horses - Why she decided to join CEP - How improving her horsemanship skills helped her under…
 
Mallorca is one of Europe's top holiday destinations. The island is situated in the Mediterranean Sea and offers lovely beaches, lots of sunshine and pristine waters. Horses are only the toping of the cake. And yet Lizzie Graham has found them. Having lived in Mallorca for the last twenty years, she now works with rescue horses and helps in organis…
 
A two in one today for you listeners! Nicole Brown chats to Michael Duffy about his team of horses, his involvement in GCL and his partnership with Connolly's RED MILLS. As well as the Interview with Michael, Sam and Diarm are here with the numbers to preview the GCL in Miami. Listen for free across all podcast platforms.…
 
In this episode, I chat with Alison Curtis, who has just completed my Confident Equestrian Program (CEP) on a one on one basis. Alison had years of experience with horses and always found it easy to spend time with them until she fell ill and battled chronic illness for five years. During the time she was ill, all she was able to do was feed her ho…
 
How many different horse sports and competitions can you name? The list is long with both the English and the western disciplines. Whether you're competing on horseback, leading the horse, or driving there are many different horse sports and competitions to participate in. Competing on horses has been around as long as people have been riding horse…
 
In this episode, I chat with Confident Equestrian Program (CEP) graduate Cassie. She has a background in psychology and is a dog trainer who predominately uses positive reinforcement, but before she joined CEP, she struggled to find a method of reinforcement that felt right to her to use with her horse. Together we discuss: - How she was able to fi…
 
Do you love being creative and work with your hands? Then get ready for some amazing DIY projects for your horse, barn or horsey friends. Make your own horse stuff, unique and personalised. It can save you some money and is a great way of spending some of your time getting active, alone or with your friends or family. Today we talk about our favour…
 
A random episode about letting more ease into my life, realising that there is nothing wrong with you, Bruce's arthritis situation and lessons learnt and some words of support and encouragement. I hope this was helpful and if you would like to share any of your thoughts about it please send me a message on social media. I would love to connect. htt…
 
Sam and Diarm are using CAS and ELO to find you the best 9-year-olds there have been. The 9-year-old dream factory allows you to see what benchmarks horses are reaching, what current 9-year-olds have the ability to be the next superstars and what previous superstars looked like in their 9-year-old year. Listen for free across all podcast platforms.…
 
Japan, land of the rising sun! Many have Japan on their bucket list as a destination to visit. Japan is a fascinating land of ancient culture, filled with a stunning landscape including active volcanoes and natural hot springs. In EQA # 250 join Heather and Ute as they share a history lesson on an amazing destination to visit. From riding at one of…
 
Do you know how to tell how old your horse is? For some horse owners, the registration or passport will show when your horse was born. Not all of us will have access to these documents. In today's EQA # 249 we discuss some ways to tell the age of a horse. Starting with their teeth, the Galvayne's groove is a great dental feature that appears around…
 
If you love books, this is the perfect place for you. Once a month, Heather, Ute, and sometimes Krystal, will talk about their favorite horsey book. In today's episode of the EQA Book Club, Ute is talking with Ruth Cox about her book Exodus, a classic traveler story about her incredible journey through Mongolia with a bunch of hippies, two horses a…
 
A bucket list is defined as a list of things to do before you die. I prefer to look at them as a wish or goal list of things I want to accomplish. A while back a survey was done in our Facebook group on adventuresses' top bucket list destinations. They discuss everywhere from the south pacific all the way to the artic circle. Whether you want to ga…
 
It can seem like something that only novice or beginner riders would worry themselves with; revisiting the basics. After all, surely there's a point where, as riders, we can 'set and forget' a couple of things in our riding? Basics like position and the aids. Or trotting and cantering... And I think a lot of this stems from the fact that we see the…
 
The Ukraine still tops the news and the war is on-going, soon to enter its fourth week. Millions of people are fleeing the bombings and they bring their animals too if they can. Horses sometimes cannot be taken along as roads and bridges are destroyed and fodder is almost unavailable. In today's episode I am talking to Pawel Jasinski from Poland wh…
 
This episode is for you if you are struggling to maintain consistency or motivation with your horse! After you listen to me outlining the 5 steps you can take I would love to hear your thoughts on this episode. Please message me on social media below and let's chat! I am curious to hear what your takeaways are :) https://www.facebook.com/felicityda…
 
What is your exercise level? Are you ready to hit the trails once the snow is all melted? Even though Horse riding is a full-body workout, you want to make sure that your muscles are ready for that full-body workout. Exercise or exercising your muscles will help you feel confident in the saddle and help with your strength, balance, and stamina. Cor…
 
Holidays are the best time of the year and you want to make sure that you enjoy every single minute of them! As the world is slowly opening up, we are back looking for amazing horse riding opportunities around the world. Today Heather and Ute talk about some important points to consider while choosing and booking your next horse riding adventure. S…
 
If you have even been at the other end of a lunge line to a horse who is adamant to show you exactly how fast he can go on a circle… You will know all about ‘that’ feeling! The one where every fiber of your being is screaming at you to ‘stop the horse’. And yet, it feels like there is absolutely nothing you can do! Intentionally mixing cantering an…
 
When it comes to horse trailer safety do you know what to do if disaster strikes? Join Heather as she speaks with Mandy Abraham on this very important topic. They discuss a spring check-up list that ensures your rig is in good repair. Tips on what to pack in your trailer safety kit, completing a circle check prior to departure, driving and stopping…
 
Solutions for the Racing Industry with Julie-Anne Humphries - How Can We Manage the Numbers of 'Off The Track' Horses Going to the Abattoirs? Contact Details for this Episode are available on www.HorseChats.com/JulieAnneHumphries4 Music - BenSound.com Interviewed by Glenys CoxBy Glenys Cox and Julie-Anne Humphries
 
All eyes are on the Dutch Masters this weekend - Sam and Diarm discuss the possibility of a first-ever Dutch winner of a Rolex Grand Slam. They have a great chance with both Maikel Van Der Vleuten and Sanne Thijssen likely to be key contenders. The usual trio of Martin Fuchs, Steve Guerdat and Daniel Deusser all have bonus money to aim for and all …
 
The saddle is an essential piece of equipment for all equestrians. They come in all shapes, sizes, designs, and even colors. They provide comfort while out riding, help maintain position and balance for both the horse and rider. The saddle was an invention that helped distribute the weight more evenly over the horse's back making it more comfortabl…
 
Saddle pads for trail riders make sure that the ride is comfortable for you and your horse. They don't make an ill-fitting saddle any better, but they can help in reducing friction between the saddle and the horse's hair and absorb and distribute any pressure from the weight of saddle and rider. The choice of different styles, materials and designs…
 
Do you have days where, after you get home, sit down, and think over the day’s events, you think to yourself “Why did I react like that?!”? I know I do, even now. I find that if I allow my emotions to run things, the chances of everything turning out exactly as I would have two chances. Slim and none! This is why I began, a few years ago now, creat…
 
How many unique horse colors do you think there are. In part 2 of Unique horse colors, Heather discusses color patterns, rare horse colors, and what genes cause horses to be completely white. We learn about pigment cells and how genetic mechanisms work. From the Chocolate flaxen color to the leopard spotting color we cover them all. EQA #240 talks …
 
Riding in the Alpes is a dream of most long distance riders and I am talking today with an Equestrian Adventuress who has done two rides there with friends and is currently planning her first very own trail ride into the mountains. We chat about her previous experiences, lessons learnt and how she is going about preparing for her next trail riding …
 
Listen to this episode to hear me speak about: I speak about the recent video going around where a horse was hit multiple times going into a jump I discuss all angles of this event and how my past can, unfortunately, resonate with each I talk about following your gut feeling and trusting that there is a better way I share how scary it can feel to f…
 
We know that horse coat colors are broken down into 4-5 base colors, brown, black, grey, white, and sometimes chestnut. However, it is the DNA or genetics that really determines what color the hair /coat actually is. In today's EQA # 238 we learn about some rare and unique horse coat colors. From the science of embryos fusing to bizarre DNA errors,…
 
There are some things that many of us simply accept in life. Rainy days. Horsehair is everywhere in Spring. The rhythm in the canter. And yet, while we cannot change the weather (okay, debatable) and we definitely cannot get around the necessary loss of the winter coat… The Rhythm in the canter is definitely something we can have a more positive in…
 
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