Interviews with Equine Industry Experts. Listen to Olympians, World Cup riders, World Champions, Veterinarians, Equine Body Workers as well as leading horse specialists in their field. Regular International guests give specific advice on tips, steps and ideas in their specialty area. A must listen to all horse lovers and those genuinely interested in safety and horse welfare.
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Thank you for interviewing Ian Francis. A very humble man who is so happy to genuinely try and help you improve your horsemanship - no matter the discipline. He takes great effort to explain the way he gets such excellent results and also encourages you to be a better person.
I really appreciate your sharing your time and knowledge for the bettering of us ‘equestrianites’. more
A fantastic and all encompassing series, I can’t begin to imagine just how much work is entailed in organising guests, topics and producing this series. more
Information given is good for those new to horses or wanting to learn more but not many tangible pieces of advice one could implement or very in-depth explanations. more
Gail was excellent. And she identified an unmet need in Australia, safety regulations in trail riding. There are none!
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Horse Chats launched 6 years ago and published 909 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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