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Horse Happenings with Lindsey Partridge

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Welcome to Horse Happenings, the podcast that focuses on learning to understand ourselves, our horses, the language that connects us & everything in between! Our podcast is hosted by Lindsey Partridge, a global leader in equine relationships. Not only does Lindsey have decades of experience in the equestrian industry as a World Champion competitor, film horse trainer & certified coach but is she a registered nurse with a bachelor's degree in health sciences & specializes in public and mental health. She is also the founder of Harmony Horsemanship, a unique horse training program for all breeds & disciplines that focuses on building a better relationship with your horse using less is more techniques. Lindsey has been called “Canada’s Horse Whisperer” & regularly attends events around North America. If you are looking for a proven professional’s insight or tips on equine care & training you have come to the right place! Join us every Wednesday for your weekly dose of horse knowledge!

Welcome to Horse Happenings, the podcast that focuses on learning to understand ourselves, our horses, the language that connects us & everything in between! Our podcast is hosted by Lindsey Partridge, a global leader in equine relationships. Not only does Lindsey have decades of experience in the equestrian industry as a World Champion competitor, film horse trainer & certified coach but is she a registered nurse with a bachelor's degree in health sciences & specializes in public and mental health. She is also the founder of Harmony Horsemanship, a unique horse training program for all breeds & disciplines that focuses on building a better relationship with your horse using less is more techniques. Lindsey has been called “Canada’s Horse Whisperer” & regularly attends events around North America. If you are looking for a proven professional’s insight or tips on equine care & training you have come to the right place! Join us every Wednesday for your weekly dose of horse knowledge!

Location:

Canada

Description:

Welcome to Horse Happenings, the podcast that focuses on learning to understand ourselves, our horses, the language that connects us & everything in between! Our podcast is hosted by Lindsey Partridge, a global leader in equine relationships. Not only does Lindsey have decades of experience in the equestrian industry as a World Champion competitor, film horse trainer & certified coach but is she a registered nurse with a bachelor's degree in health sciences & specializes in public and mental health. She is also the founder of Harmony Horsemanship, a unique horse training program for all breeds & disciplines that focuses on building a better relationship with your horse using less is more techniques. Lindsey has been called “Canada’s Horse Whisperer” & regularly attends events around North America. If you are looking for a proven professional’s insight or tips on equine care & training you have come to the right place! Join us every Wednesday for your weekly dose of horse knowledge!

Language:

English

Contact:

5195201984


Episodes

Ulcers: Understanding ulcers and how we can treat and prevent them.

10/6/2021
Ulcer talk has always been a hot topic. It is something that is well known in horses and can range from minor to very serious, causing death. In todays episode we will talk about two different kinds of ulcers and how we can hopefully prevent them and if not, how we can treat them. So grab a pen and paper and find out what's happening on Horse Happenings.

Duration:00:12:58

The Untrainable Horse

9/22/2021
Have you ever experienced a horse that you thought was untrainable or a horse you were working with that someone else said was untrainable? What are the underlining issues that a horse might be considered untrainable? In this episode, we will discuss reasons why a horse might get this title and ways we can help the "untrainable" become trainable.

Duration:00:18:37

Owning and Training a Wild Mustang

9/15/2021
Nearly 50,000 wild horses and burros have been removed from public lands and are currently in holding pastures and corrals in the United States. In this episode, we will talk about my experiences adopting a wild mustang. The pros and cons for owning, training and competing mustangs. If anyone is interested in more information on adopting a mustang, follow the link below. Mustang Heritage Foundation

Duration:00:27:34

Don't Be a Cookie Monster

9/8/2021
Using food as a training method for horses is a touchy subject with many. In this episode, we will consider all variables when it comes to using food as a reward. How it goes hand in hand with positive reinforcement and how to stop your horse from becoming a Cookie Monster. Whether or not you agree with this method, everyone will be able to take something away from this jam-packed episode. Grab some snacks and find out what's happening on Horse Happenings

Duration:00:14:12

Making Time- How to Prioritize your Time and Get Back in the Saddle.

9/1/2021
Do you find you are not getting enough saddle time? In this episode I am going to share some of my tips on how I keep my priorities in check while raising a family, running a farm and business. All so that I can enjoy the things I love without feeling the stressors of a busy schedule. Take a deep breath and find out what's happening on Horse Happenings.

Duration:00:16:06

Is it Mental or Physical, that is the Question?

8/25/2021
In today's episode, we are going to talk about those dragon horses; you know what I'm talking about. The ones that are the sweet "yes" horse one minute and turn into the dragon-like "no" horse the next. But what is more important is why they have these moments, is it caused by something physical the horse is experiencing like soreness or stiffness or is it mental from feelings of frustration or excitement?

Duration:00:15:14

Tips and Tricks to Make Buying a Horse a Breeze

8/18/2021
Buying a horse can be very stressful and time-consuming. In this episode, I am going to share with you my own buying experiences and the tools I use when considering adding a new horse to the herd. Whether you're looking for your future horse or know someone looking and want to give them advice, these tips will help you make the best-informed decision that is right for you and the horse. Hope you enjoy!

Duration:00:24:39

Special Episode: Tokyo Olympic Pentathlon Controversy Rundown

8/11/2021
The modern pentathlon at the 2020 Summer Olympics was quite a sight with a lot of ups and downs, especially for competitor Annika Schleu. In this episode we are going to go through the events that happened prior to her ride, the horrific display during and the consequences following the show jumping portion. So what is a pentathlon? For those of you who don't know it contains five events; pistol shooting, epee fencing, 200.0 metres freestyle swimming, show jumping and a 3.200 kilometres...

Duration:00:16:34

Trailer Loading 101

8/4/2021
Trailer loading can be a nightmare for a lot of us. This episode is packed full of tips and tricks for getting your horses comfortable with the trailer and reducing the stress for both you and your horse. We will cover how you can help your horses feel more comfortable going on and while in the trailer without having to use force or intimidation. We will go over exercises that you can do before even introducing the trailer so that you can set them up for success!

Duration:00:20:53

Special Episode: Olympic Dressage Recap

8/2/2021
The Olympics are in full swing and the Dressage scores are red hot. In today's episode, we are going to recap the placings for team Dressage, share some unexpected facts about some of the key riders and address some concerns about the backlash some of them are receiving on social media. So, sit back and enjoy this special Olympic-sized episode.

Duration:00:18:53

To Scrape or Not to Scrape

7/28/2021
In this episode, we will analyze a study performed by Hyungsuk Kang, Ph.D., MS, of the University of Queensland’s, School of Agriculture and Food Sciences on the effects of different cooling methods. Cooling our horses down is very important so, I am sure you will be just as shocked as I was after reading this article. Join me, Lindsey Partridge, and find out what's happening on Horse Happenings. Study Reference:...

Duration:00:12:00

To Wrap or Not to Wrap

7/21/2021
Boots are meant to protect our horse's legs..... aren't they? Today we investigate if wearing boots and wraps on our horses could potentially damage their tendons. We will comb over a study done by a team from Middle Tennessee State University and find out if protective leg gear is doing more harm than good. I will share some shocking information with you, that has got me throwing away an item in my tack box! Study Reference:...

Duration:00:16:15

Mental Games of Horses, Be in the NOW

7/14/2021
Do you find yourself lugging mental baggage around with you while trying to spend time with your horse? Is your horses metal state not where you would like it to be? Is this causing you to react negatively toward your horse? In this episode, I'm are going to talk about the importance of being present and leaving all outside stressors at the door. I will cover why you might find ourselves in a negative mindset and tips and exercises to help you shift your mindset from negative to positive so...

Duration:00:19:34