Podcasts We Love

Dr. Scott Weese, Professor in Pathobiology at Ontario Veterinary College, horse gut function, health of horses nutrition, equine guelph research radio

Dr. Scott Weese, Professor in Pathobiology at Ontario Veterinary College, discusses the latest in Gut Function research.

large animal rescue, equine emergencies, jec ballou

Source: Best Horse Practices | Season 2, Episode 4 

lilly ludwig animal intuitive, alexa linton, horse psychology, equestrian psycholgy, connecting with horses

This chat with Animal Intuitive Lilly Ludwig was about as refreshing as they come, and her take on animal communication and busting down myths in the horse world is my cup of tea! In this episode, we discuss how to support our animals through transitions with the help of clear communication, how it doesn’t take any sort of gift to do it, what her mare Athena has to say about, well, everything, and the many ways our horses will surprise us if we let them. Enjoy!

equine guelph research radio, dr. mark hurtig veterinary college, therapies equine lameness

Mark explains some results from his research by answering questions regarding equine lameness and precautionary tales for training.

podcasts equestrian, jec ballou horse trainer, best horse podcasts, amy skinner

In the episode, Jec and Amy Skinner meet in the Coaches' Corner to discuss the nuances of mounting. It's simple. Sure. But a challenging-to-mount horse might mean backing up to make sure you have all the pieces in place for a safe, fun ride.

whole horse podcast, best horse podcasts, best equine podcasts, noah tillman young, steady horse llc, fearless rider formula

It was such a pleasure to chat with Noah Tillman-Young of Steady Horse in this episode of the Whole Horse Podcast!

podcasts equestrian, jec ballou horse trainer, best horse podcasts

In this segment, we kind of continue - tangentially anyway - with our Gender Gyrations project to talk about mare/gelding bias in the horse world.

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