Podcasts We Love

In this episode, Ann Firestone of Save Your Ass Long Eared Rescue joins Jec in California-to-New Hampshire phone conversation. Ann has been ardently devoted to this mule and donkey non profit for years.

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In this wide ranging conversation, Lockie Phillips of Emotional Horsemanship shares about his unique path to horses by way of a life of movement, as a dancer, how he believes sensitivity is a superpower, and the role of emotion as a helper in our horsemanship.

research radio equine, equine lameness, why is my horse lame, treatments lame horse, dr. judith koenig

Surgeon, researcher and teacher, OVC Health Science Centre at Ontario Veterinary College, discusses her research into methods of evaluating lameness. (Lameness detection equipment kindly donated by the Equine Foundation of Canada.

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Rider fear can be all-consuming, and riding is as risky as it is fun and rewarding. In this episode, Jec Ballou, Amy Skinner, and Maddy Butcher share their thoughts and experiences on rider fear.

Sarah Schlote Somatic Experiencing® Practitioner, Dr. Stephen Peters, equine brain, alexa linton, whole horse podcast

Sarah Schlote, MA, RP, CCC, SEP is a Registered Psychotherapist, trauma therapist and Somatic Experiencing® Practitioner who has been involved in the field of animal-assisted interventions since 2003.

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.

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Source: Best Horse Practices | Season 2, Episode 4 

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