Podcasts We Love

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Source: The Whole Horse Podcast by Alexa Linton | with Shannon Beahen - After having incredible success with homeopathy and the products of Adored Beast, I was very excited to sit down for a chat with Sarah Griffiths DCH, and to learn more.

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Podcast host Alexa Linton sits down for a conversation with Kareine Vandeborre, founder of Horsefulness Training. Karine has 25 years experience working with horses, including severely traumatized horses that she helps gain self-confidence and trust in humans again.

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Source: The Whole Horse Podcast by Alexa Linton | with Tori Jeffress 

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Communications and Programs Officer at Equine Guelph details their Fire Prevention outreach program designed for the racing industry.

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Source: Best Horse Practices with Jec Ballou | On The Fence: Adult Learning

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Another beautiful conversation with Kerri Lake, as we get right into some incredibly rich territory around re-framing our learning process (and supporting our horses through this shift), what surrender really means, learning to love the boring and mundane, and the gifts in taking things slow and easy for ourselves and our horses. As always, so many potent nuggets of wisdom come through Kerri in this chat.

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Senior anatomy Professor and Research Coordinator at Equine Guelph, Dr. Jeff Thomason discusses the relationship between track surface and injury in the performance horse.

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According to folks out there who do risk assessment, riding is risky -- about as risky as riding is fun, safe, rewarding, and something we feel deeply passionate about. Rider fear for many of us might be one element that’s part of a greater calculus. We hope it’s down there with the paper clips, you know, tiny bits in the big cluttered drawer that is how we feel about horses. For some folks, though, we know it can be all-consuming.

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Podcast host Alexa Linton and Shannon Beahen of Humminghorse Equestrian chatted about everything from getting more nuanced about the “no,” to meditation and its role in our clarity, to incorporating consent into training, to track systems, and even got into numerology a little!

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Elsa Sinclair takes us on a journey into her potent year with her two stallions - and stars of her in-progress documentary Taming Wild Evolution - and shares how Freedom Based training, which she fondly refers to as the slowest training method in the world, is evolving even more and growing in nuance and subtly.

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