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For the true fan of Horse Radio Network, this feed gives you all the HRN shows in one feed. No more need to subscribe to all the shows separately.

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HITM July 23, 2019, Carter Ranch Intern’s Perspective, Extreme Trail Horse Association, National High School Rodeo, by Horseware

7/23/2019
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We learn about the roots of the Extreme Trail Horse Association with founder Scott Knudsen, Trail Townsend tells us about earning the National High School Rodeo Association Reserve Champion in the Reined Cow Horse division. Carter Ranch intern Emory talks about learning the ropes at a working cattle ranch.

Duration:00:53:52

HITM July 22, 2019 Horse Camping Basics, Equestrian 1st World Problems, by Omega Alpha Equine

7/22/2019
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We start with weekend equestrian adventure reviews, Kim McCarrel from NW Horse Trails has horse camping advice and, equestrian first world problems has the sarcasm wrapped up.

Duration:01:12:15

Plaidcast Junior 33 Boy O Boy Bridleworks Creator Amanda Hood, by Summit Joint Performance

7/20/2019
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Amanda Hood has had a fascinating story with the horse world, from her first pony Macaroni to a Lyme diagnosis to creating Boy O Boy Bridleworks. Listen in to this great conversation about making the most of a life with horses.

Duration:00:54:50

Plaidcast 134 Pam Baker and Peg Seals on Training Hunters

7/20/2019
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Legendary Virginia trainers Pam Baker and Peg Seals join Piper and Sissy this week to talk about training hunters, coaching, and the sport as a whole. Listen up for some great advice and insight from leading professionals.

Duration:00:57:58

HITM Revisit for July 19, 2019: Monty Roberts Answers Listeners by Kentucky Performance Products

7/19/2019
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Revisit: Jamie sits down with Monty Roberts and asks him many listener training questions. Topics include lazy horses, Join-Up, trailering, bucking, pawing and many more. Listen in…

Duration:00:45:43

HITM Prepping Foxhound Puppies, Thoroughbreds from Racetrack to Hunt Field July 18, 2019 by MFHA

7/18/2019
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Dale Simenton of Gate to Great Horse Creek Thoroughbreds talks about re-training Thoroughbreds on his ranch in South Dakota. Keswick Huntsman Paul Wilson shares some of his extensive knowledge of raising hound puppies and preparing them for hunting. Hosted by Tara Tibbets and Emily Esterson.

Duration:01:09:09

Heels Down Happy Hour 53: Saving Ponies and Melting Hearts

7/18/2019
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Being “straight” in the saddle is harder than it sounds. This week, we’ll share tips on how not to be crooked, thanks to the German Riding Instructor. We’re also talking to a hunter rider who has made it his mission to rescue as many adorable, abandoned mini ponies as he humanly can, and could you imagine washing and plaiting ONE horse for 10 hours? Yikes.

Duration:00:57:59

HITM for July 17, 2019 Pan Am Games 101, Horse Health Segment on Farriers, and the Mongol Derby by HORSELOVERZ

7/17/2019
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We are once again joined by longtime friend of the show, Lisa Wysocky, filling in as Glenn’s cohost today. Glenn starts by telling us about a young dressage rider and her special "little partner." We have a live report from listener Diana DeRosa on the Pan Am Games 101. Next, we are joined by Steve Kraus, Head of Farrier Services at Cornell’s College of Veterinary Medicine, for a Horse Health Segment on what goes wrong with the horse’s hind end and how farriers can help. Then, we celebrate...

Duration:01:22:14

Dressage 523: Canadian Pam Am Team Member Tina Irwin, Adult Amateur Karen Isberg and a Tip from Jen Baumert

7/17/2019
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2019 Pan Am Canadian team member Tina Irwin joins us and Karen Isberg talks about her journey as a adult amateur. Plus, a trainer tip from Jen Baumert. Listen in...

Duration:00:46:29

HITM July 16, 2019, Essentials Oils in Horses and Riders, Tips for A Successful Equine Business, by Spalding Labs

7/16/2019
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Jennifer Gay explains aromatherapy for horses and horse people, Celia Bunge has some tips for making money in the horse business, and Tom Spalding talks about fly predators and a new fly spray from Spalding Labs. Hosted by Christy Landwehr from the Certified Horsemanship Association.

Duration:01:23:04

Horsemanship 139 Famous Female Jockey & Getty on Ulcers by Omega Fields

7/15/2019
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Famous female jockey, Rosemary Homeister gives us an amazing description of the experience of riding a Thoroughbred who loves to race. She was the first woman to win the Eclipse Award for Outstanding Apprentice Jockey in the United States and only the fifth woman to ride in the Kentucky Derby. And Dr. Juliet Getty offers us ways to naturally prevent and even cure our horses ulcers. Listen in...

Duration:01:03:40

HITM July 15, 2019 Lisa Wysocky, Freelance Equestrian Writing, Maryland Horse Trials, and Prizes for Pears by Omega Alpha Equine

7/15/2019
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We have longtime friend of the show, Lisa Wysocky, filling in as Glenn’s cohost today. Glenn starts off with an explanation of different riding disciplines, but with a twist... We’ll talk about how to get yourself and your horse into a magazine article with freelance equestrian writer and photographer, Alison Armstrong Rehnborg. Then, Auditors Angela Baily and Maggie Herlensky tell us about their weekend adventures. Plus, Sammy Jo Stohler fills us in on her contest to win prizes for guessing...

Duration:01:22:58

Dressage 522 – Everything Young Riders, Pan Am Games, and a Trainer Tip

7/14/2019
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On today's USDF episode, we have the chair from USDF FEI JR/YR committee, Roberta Williams, on to discuss EVERYTHING young riders. Then, that chat is followed by U.S. team member for the upcoming Pan Am games, Jennifer Baumert. Finally, we will get a Trainer Tip from Sarah Lockman. Listen in...

Duration:00:56:11

Eventing 552 Traveling to the Pan American Games with Ruy Fonseca, New USEF Managing Director of Eventing Jenni Autry

7/13/2019
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Ruy Fonseca chats about traveling to the Pan American Games in Lima and we hear from new USEF Managing Director of Eventing Jenni Autry. Hosted Joe Meyer and Max Corcoran.

Duration:01:08:58

Plaidcast 133 Inside Your Ride with John French and Kristin Keim

7/13/2019
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Professional rider and trainer John French discusses his personal approach to mental skills, Kristin Keim on mindfulness, and Tonya answers listener questions.

Duration:00:52:07

HITM July 12, 2019 Hoof Care Must Haves, Marsha Hartford Sapp Live from Breyerfest, Pony Place App, by Kentucky Performance Products

7/12/2019
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Pat Raia shares hoof care essentials and real world Italian meal choices in the most unlikely topic pairing ever; Marsha Hartford Sapp joins us live from Breyerfest and Pony Place App highlight horse is a 10 year old OTTB mare. Brought to you by Kentucky Performance Products.

Duration:01:17:35

Equine Clicker 101 Lesson 19, A to B’s Useful and Fun Exercise for Your Horse

7/11/2019
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In this lesson we being teaching our horses to go from point A to Point B. This is useful for exercise, for teaching your horse to go away from you, to trailer load, and for teaching your horse to jump or go over obstacles.

Duration:00:54:35

HITM July 11, 2019 Value of Patience, New Age of Horsemanship, Groundwork for Anxious Horse, by Horseware

7/11/2019
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Tips for a horse with anxiety issues, stopping a horse getting his tongue over the bit, and helping a horse who seems to have lost his 'try'. Guest Megan Warlick talks about taking a whole horse approach to training and the New Age of Horsemanship. Hosted by Mary Kitzmiller.

Duration:01:28:42

HITM for July 10, 2019 Live Listener Report, Horse Health Segment on Massage, Sheath Cleaning, and Justine from Heels Down by HORSELOVERZ

7/10/2019
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Glenn starts us off with updates about a whole lot of rain in the Gulf. Then, we have a special live report from listener Kathleen from the Lexington Junior League Charity Horse Show. We are also joined by Megan Ayrault for a Horse Health Segment on massage. Then, Jamie talks about sheath cleaning and brings us a training tip. And, Justine from Heels Down Magazine and Heels Down Happy Hour comes on to close the show with her regular visit bringing us their latest. Listen in...

Duration:01:13:48

Healthy Critters 89 The Barefoot Debate, Medicinal Mushrooms to Support Homeostasis, Identifying Snakes

7/10/2019
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We discuss the barefoot debate of to shoe or not shoe our horses, the critters of the show are snakes and identifying the venomous ones, in Critter nutrition how to support homeostasis with medicinal mushrooms, and in coffee klatch how to make feeding dogs fun for you and your dogs.

Duration:01:09:27