Horsing Around - All about horses, of course. Horse podcast - Pets & Animals on Pet Life Radio (PetLifeRadio.com)
Summary: Horsing Around is all about horses, of course. We cover everything from how to get started in horses to how to best take care of your equine companion. You'll learn all about nutrition, hoof care, training, veterinary issues and behavior. We cover breed topics, riding and alternative therapies. Even communicating with horses that have gone to the Great Beyond is among our list of subjects. Our podcasts include guests in every field of the horse world. Trainers,veterinarians, farriers, breed experts and animal communicators give you the low-down on everything equine... on Pet Life Radio.
This week we're going to talk about a very special sport that just about anyone can do on horseback... Competitive Trail Riding with guest, Beverly Roberts.
Emily Esterson is today's guest talking about her new book, The Adult Longeing Guide.
All about horse nutrition with holistic nutritionist Judy Sinner. Find out what to feed your horse, how much, what supplements should you use if any and more!
Audrey talks to veterinarian Kate Gentry-Running about acupuncture and traditional Chinese veterinary medicine, two forms of alternative therapies for horses.
Today's topic is Equestrian Pilates with Sue Kellogg-Graf . Find out how Equestrian Pilates helps riders! With a stronger yet agile body, riders are better able to move with their horses, are happier in their riding, easier to train, and also have fewer injuries.
Today's topic is barefoot trimming with Marci Lambert. Marci's trimming style is based on the research of veterinarian Dr. Hiltrud Strasser; veterinary professor of anatomy of Michigan State University. Dr. Robert Bowker; and barefoot expert Pete Ramey. Marci has also found horses to be the best teachers of all.
Do you want to get started in riding, or improve the skills your already have? Then you need a good instructor. Since riding instructors are not licensed in the U.S. like they are in some other countries, you need to be more savvy when looking for someone to help you learn to ride. This week, we talk to Christy Landwehr, chief executive officer of the Certified Horsemanship Association, an organization that certifies riding instructors, accredits equine facilities and published educational resources. Christy will give us advice on searching out the best instructor to meet our needs.
Audrey welcomes everyone to her new show, Horsing Around, and gives an overview of what to expect in upcoming episodes.