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Listener Stories and Paso Finos After listening to my podcast about the health issues I had with my Quarter Horse mare, Jessie, Vicky Gormanly emailed me to tell me about her Paso Fino, River. We talked about her search for the right horse. Vi
Competitive Trail Riding with North American Trail Ride Conference (NATRC) Are you looking for a little adventure? Give competitive trail riding a try. The North American Trail Ride Conference is a governing body over competitive trail riding
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.
Nancy McKnight and Pony Club Kelly McKnight emailed me to say his mother, Nancy, would be a delightful guest on the podcast. Nancy McKnight is 89 years old and spent much of her adult life helping children learn horses and horsemanship through
Brett Wright Low-Stress Cattle Operation Brett Wright has a cow/calf operation in Oklahoma. Three years ago he changed things up. Instead of using motorized vehicles to move his cattle, he switched to horses. The results impressed him. Brett l
Horseback Archery When I think of horseback archery, I think of Robin Hood and Medieval Times. I didn't realize people were practicing it today. We did a podcast on Cowboy Mounted Shooting a few years ago, and that was fun. While riding through
Talking Billy Cook Saddles Billy Cook Saddles have been around since 1953. Saddle making has always been a mystery to me. It's a craft, a skill. Working leather has so many aspects: tanning, cutting, stamping, sewing. A saddle maker needs to k
Michelle Gilles Promoting Women and Horses Michelle Gilles, horsewoman and trainer, knows women are the backbone of the horse industry. Based in the Central Valley of California, Michelle trains horses, holds clinics, and shows in reined cow h
Horse Stories with Joanne Galbraith Joanne Galbraith is still going strong at age 82. Of course, you would guess that's she has been around horses all her life. She worked at feedlots and ranches and held her own with men. She passed along a l
Dan Dauphin Talks About Bits and Horses Dan Dauphin knows the mechanics and physics of bits. Honestly, I put a snaffle in my horse's mouth and don't think little more about it. What goes on in there is a giant mystery to me. Oh, I know that wh
Jim Masterson Explains His Method Early in my horsemanship journey, I volunteered at Equine Affaire in Pomona. So it must have been around 2006 or 2007, while moving from one exhibit to another, that I saw this man giving a demonstration about
Equine Nutrition With Will Friday Equine nutrition is a complicated subject, so I went out and found someone who has been studying it for quite some time.Will Friday has been on the show before talking about the Masterson Method, a blend of ma
BooBoo Stewart From The Movie Let him Go [caption id="attachment_3118" align="alignright" width="300"] Diane Lane (left) stars as “Margaret Blackledge” and Kevin Costner (right) stars as “George Blackledge” in director Thomas Bezucha’s LET HIM
What an Extension Agent Can Do For You Local extension agents have many names.  Some locales call them farm advisors, some cooperative extension agents. Whatever your county may title them, they are a free source of valuable knowledge. When I
Devils Garden Mustangs with Laura Snell M squared photography Laura Snell knows a lot about the Devils Garden Mustangs and their Herd Management Area.  She is a Livestock and Natural Resource Advisor for Modoc County.  Laura works with the US
Looking Back at the Podcast This week we are looking back at an episode I produced 8 years ago.  If you listened to last week's episode, you heard my interview with Lane Selz.  Lane and I met through my farrier Sean McRoberts.  While still in h
Working Cowboy - Lane Selz Have you ever wondered what it's like to be a working cowboy in 2020?  My friend, Lane Selz, day-works for several ranches in the area.  He describes life in today's ranching world. When I first met Lane, he was still
Yoga for Equestrians I had been practicing yoga for about 5 years when I got my first horse at age 51.  The year was 2005.  My goal was to ride a lot and, although I considered myself fit, my body was feeling the aches and pains of daily horse
Feed and Nutrition with Will Friday How much do you worry about the quality of feed and nutrition of your horse?  I confess, I let my horses get a little "extra" fat this last winter.  It wasn't until I took Scratch in for a routine dental and
Jason Irwin Horseman & Clinician Jason Irwin is a horse trainer and clinician in Bruce County, Ontario, Canada.  I received an email saying that I needed to interview Jason.  There are a lot of very talented horse trainers out there and many o
We're Taking a COVID Hiatus Hi everyone.  I hope you are doing well.  This COVID pandemic has really turned everyone's world upside down.  Somehow, I think horse people take these things a little better.  When you sit on a 1,000 lb animal, som
Tiffany McLaury Colt Starter Tiffany McLaury's name might sound familiar.  She is the daughter of Buster and Sheryl McLaury.  Buster and Sheryl spent many years working on and managing ranches.  In 1984, they met Ray and Carolyn Hunt and their
Barefoot Horse Trimming with Craig Morley I heard some people call barefoot horse trimming natural hoof care.  A quick search on Wikipedia says there is early evidence of mule shoes in Rome as far back as 400 BC.  Now you would think in 2,000
Equine Transportation with EquiJet In my world, equine transportation means loading up my horse in the trailer and driving for a few hours.  But I've often wondered what it was like for a horse being transported across the country or even aroun
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