Podcasts We Love

jec a. ballou podcast, best horse practices podcast

Source: Best Horse Practices Podcast | Episode 10 - Maddy Butcher and Jec Ballou meet for the ongoing segment called On the Fence, in which the two discuss horse-related musings. In this episode, Butcher and Ballou chat about experts, open-mindedness and how to keep things fresh if you're a learner, teacher, or both.

whole horse podcast alexa linton, stephanie kallstrom, black equestrians, canadian equestrians of colour

Source: The Whole Horse Podcast by Alexa Linton | Episode 63 - I am deeply appreciative to Stephanie Kallstrom for this opportunity to have an important conversation and to continue the discussion around diversity and inclusion within the horse industry, and to begin the essential conversation about anti-racism, the impact of racial trauma, and how we can begin to adopt a trauma-informed approach in barn cultures, horse communities and beyond. T

research radio podcast equine guelph, equine rhodococcus bacteria, equine bacteria

Professor of Pathobiology at Ontario Veterinary College, discusses what is being done to fight the dangerous Rhodococcus equine bacteria, and how are they progressing.

horse riding blogs, jec ballou podcast, besthorsepractices podcast

Source: Best Horse Practices Podcast | Episode 7 - In our 7th episode, Jec Ballou interviews saddle fitting expert Kristen Vlietstra. The California-based saddler works with horses and riders of all disciplines.

heather nelson horse training, alexa linton horse, whole horse podcast, training injured horse

Source: The Whole Horse Podcast by Alexa Linton | Episode 39 - Heather Nelson and I sat together on her parents cozy couch in Cowichan Bay, British Columbia, with her recently injured leg propped up for this hilarious, open and real conversation about being with injuries, seeing opportunities, laughter, the fun of felting horses and much more. So good!

horse podcasts. jec ballou podcast, best horse podcasts

In this debut episode, Jec Ballou interviews Jim Masterson, founder of the Masterson Method. Learn more about how body work can invigorate your horse's performance and well-being. Also in this episode, an Exercise of the Week.

Heather Nelson horse trainer, liberty horse training, connecting with my horse

Source: The Whole Horse Podcast by Alexa Linton | Episode 68 - One of my favourite podcast guests is back and dropping some amazing wisdom about horses and life! Heather Nelson and I connected over the interwebs to chat about what staying home for the winter means for her training and her own horses, where her new learning edge lies, and why and how she’s shifting the way that she’s working with her horses. It is showing up in my lessons with her and my mare Raven (and why I was quite terrible at it!). As always, we giggled a lot, and had an impressive amount of fun while discussing our horse time. Enjoy!

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