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EquiConnect Equine Podcast with Dr. Kyle Goldie & Karen Foell, Lead Vet Assistant, McKee-Pownall Equine Services. Case-based conversations, interesting news & information focussing on equine health. This podcast is not a substitute for regular & emergency veterinary care. Our purpose is to inform & educate horse people not to diagnose & treat medical conditions without a valid a veterinary-client-patient relationships.
 
Is it impossible for veterinarians to aim for more balance? The Whole Veterinarian podcast is about sharing experiences and starting a dialogue about how we can grow as people and professionals. As a female equine solo practitioner, mother and business owner, I've seen the challenges that face us. Vets are some of the hardest working and most dedicated professionals out there; together, let’s learn how to develop a life we love.
 
Conversations about the world's most commonly diagnosed infectious disease in horses. Expert insights and real-life experience for horse lovers and professionals as part of Strangles Awareness Week 3 - 9 May in the UK and worldwide. Seven episodes cover experience preventing and managing the disease from award-winning and Olympic Team farriers, expert vets, international horse transporters as well as equestrian event venue and yard managers. Strangles Awareness Week is a collaboration betwee ...
 
Horse health, behavior, training, competition. Join Friends on Horses with a variety of guests. If you want open conversations about everything “horse” from barefoot trimming and the latest in training, to rider fitness and horse nutrition, this is your hitching post. English, Western, whatever you do Friends on Horses doesn't discriminate.So have a listen and get ready to be saddled with information, these chicks don’t horse around… well maybe a little.
 
Hosted by UK Para Endurance Rider Bryony Parsler this podcast covers all aspects of long distance riding from Pleasure Riding with your horse right through to Competitive Endurance. Whilst the main focus is on endurance riding, many of the episodes will also be of general interest to equestrians in other disciplines.SHORT BIOGRAPHY OF THE HOST: Bryony is the 2018 UK Reserve National Para Endurance Champion and has competed for many years with both Pony Club and Endurance GB. She is also a ri ...
 
This is THE horse podcast for women who love travel, adventure and horses. On the show we feature outstanding women and their amazing and inspiring stories: Hear about crazy journeys on horseback in unique destinations. Listen to the stories of powerful women starting their own equine businesses abroad. Learn about the problems they faced and how they solved them. Follow them on their journeys to parts of the world where horse riding still is a very male dominated sport and industry. See how ...
 
Series 1-4 of the BBC Radio 4 legal drama, starring Claire Rushbrook and Clare Corbett. Behind Closed Doors is a courtroom drama with a difference - it centres around civil law, not criminal. In these nine plays, London barrister Rebecca Nyman takes on cases ranging from workplace harassment to the sensitive, secret trial of a terrorist and a morally complex �right to die� hearing. In Series 1, Nyman represents a senior policewoman in a case of sexist bullying at work in 'One of the Lads', w ...
 
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Equine asthma or Heaves another vet topic that can affect us all. In today's episode, Heather is chatting with Julia the Vet from the Western College of Veterinary Medicine in Saskatchewan Canada on Equine Asthma. They discuss the different levels and severities, how to prevent and some tips to help horses with it. We learn about warning signs and …
 
On today's episode Ute talks with Denise Lukins, Equestrian Adventuress and horse rider from Washington State. Denise has discovered the discipline of Working Equitation a coupe of years ago and has been hooked. She competes on several different horses and enjoys travelling to different clinics and competitions. Today she shares with us some inform…
 
While I worry that the burden of student debt weighs heavily on veterinarians throughout their careers, quick repayment is not feasible in many cases. I'm also learning that it may not make the most mathematical sense. In this episode, Meagan Landress, a consultant for Student Loan Planner, helps me understand how to look at income-driven repayment…
 
Today we are visiting Scotland, Land of Glens, Lochs and Castles! Scotland is horse country with four native horse and pony breeds and plenty of great trail riding countryside. Besides horse riding Scotland offers a lot of other activities, sightseeing and fun for the whole family. Visiting vibrant Edinburgh, driving through the rugged and beautifu…
 
In Part One of our conversation with Anita Schnee we promised you an Awareness Through Movement session. That’s how we begin this week’s episode. There’s no better way to learn about the Feldenkrais Method® than to experience it directly. So this week instead of listening to the podcast while you are driving, instead find a quiet time when you can …
 
Today our podcast travels to Indonesia, to the tiny group of the Gili Islands, situated North of Lombok and East of Bali. Indonesia has a few native pony breeds which is unusual for a tropical island nation. Horses have always played an important economic as well as religious role in Indonesia and especially so on the Gili Islands, as they have ban…
 
Another episode of our Horse Breeds around the World Series. Today we turn our attention towards South-Eastern Europe which is home to a little known horse breed, the Bosnian Mountain Horse. These small horses are sure-footed, tough and can carry heavy loads up and down their rugged home of the Dinaric Alps. Today there is little use for horses, ex…
 
All it takes is one friend to suggest a horse riding holiday and you are hooked. But how do you pick the destination? How long to go for? Which friends to invite? Those are the questions and hopefully answers we provide in today's episode. Heather chats with Kari a fellow adventuress about these topics. These gals have done a few horse riding holid…
 
We are thrilled to announce that our very own Mike Pownall, DVM has been nominated as an Ontario Equestrian Board of Directors Candidate. If you are a member of Ontario Equestrian and plan to vote, we would be honoured if you would listen on to see if Dr Pownall represents the best candidate for you. Sincerely,The McKee-Pownall Team "The health of …
 
Travel insurance, your best friend when traveling internationally. Today's episode is all about what to do if you get hurt while traveling. Krystal, Ute, and Heather discuss the importance of travel insurance in a unique episode that they recorded partially live. They share experiences of themselves getting hurt, as well as the clients that were hu…
 
Horses know how to reinforce us. When we get ourselves organized and well balanced, they reward us with glorious rides. This is one of the many reasons the Feldenkrais Awareness Through Movement lessons are so useful for anyone who handles horses. Our guest this week, Anita Schnee, is a Feldenkrais practitioner who has been attending my clinics sin…
 
Amber LaRock, LVT is an amazing human being. She travels the world volunteering for animal organizations and creates helpful content for veterinary and pet companies. She is also gracious enough to share her story of recovery from alcohol addiction with us today. THANK YOU, Amber, for your grace and generosity. ... A little bit about Amber- My name…
 
Can you ever really have too much horse equipment or tack? In today's episode, Heather discusses some pros and cons of both fly and rain sheets. The first question you need to ask when looking at horse equipment is, does my horse really need this? Well of course they do they're our pets, lol. Horse equipment needs to have a purpose to justify the p…
 
Another destination episode, Ute talks about one of her favourite countries today: Ecuador. A horse rider's paradise, Ecuador is a small country with a great diversity both in countryside as well as in flora and fauna. Mountains, volcanos, Inca monuments, colonial cities, beaches and islands, all can be found in this small country in Northern South…
 
We take a step into the world of Para Dressage to try to get answers to all of our questions with more and more squads being announced for Tokyo 2020(1) by the day. Bert Sheffield is a para-dressage rider for Team Canada, and has represented them at World and Olympic level. Hear about how para dressage works, how to get into it and some sneaky Cham…
 
If you love books, this is the perfect place for you. Once a month, Heather, Ute, and sometimes Krystal, will talk about their favorite horsey book. In today's episode of the EQA Book Club, Heather and Ute talk about the new genre of Equestrian Fiction and how it has evolved from pony books, a genre we all know from our childhood. We talk about som…
 
What exactly is a bucket list? Simply put it is a collection of goals, dreams, and aspirations that you would like to accomplish within your lifetime. How big is your bucket list? Every time you cross a bucket list item off do you add two more? Today's podcast asks those very questions. Ute and Heather share some of their bucket list accomplishment…
 
Should I make you wait until you listen to the podcast to find out what the great news is? I think not. I’m delighted to finally be able to announce that the first lesson in my DVD series is now available on line. “Lesson One: Getting Started with the Clicker” is available as an on-line mini course. I’ve been working on this project for several yea…
 
Have you ever wondered if you will last in this profession of ours? Burnout, compassion fatigue and general overwhelm are amazingly common problems in veterinary medicine. Leaving the industry is not your only option if you are feeling this way. What you might not realize is how well-prepared you are to adapt and create a life you love within veter…
 
Next to your helmet, a good Riding Bra is a must for every equestrian. In todays' episode, Heather reaches out to a local lingerie shop to find out all about how to keep the ladies secure and comfortable. We learn about the different Riding bras in reference to styles, fit, when to replace and how to clean them. Heather also gives a review on a few…
 
On today's episode Ute talks with Sherry Bedard, horse and dog trainer from Canada about how you can successfully take your dog on trail rides. Many horse riders also have dogs and not all of them are well behaved around horses. Often horses and dogs do not go well together and either the dog ends up being afraid of horses or the horse might get up…
 
Laminitis your worst nightmare, the F word no equestrian ever wants to hear Founder! Today's episode takes us into the world of Laminitis, Heather speaks with a large animal internal medicine specialist, Julia Montgomery from the Western College of Veterinary Medicine. Julia has an extensive background in Equine research and education as an associa…
 
I know many of us head to our horses to get away from the news, but sometimes the news intrudes and our horses can help us make sense of what we see in the headlines. Dominique turned both to her horses and to Murray Sidman’s book, “Coercion and It’s Fallout” to bring some clarity to events that were occurring in Montreal. The metaphors work in bot…
 
Have you ever wondered whether horses in other countries are looked after the same way as yours? Well we had many many questions about our different perspectives and experiences, so decided to recruit a different viewpoint. The lovely Teal Shoop joins us all the way from Oregon USA to tell us all about keeping horses in the United States and clear …
 
Mounting shooting the fastest growing and most exciting equestrian sport in the world! Today's episode takes us inside the world of Cowboy and cowgirl mounted shooting. Heather speaks with Dora a true equestrian adventuress and active member of the Saskatchewan Mounted shooting Club. We will learn all the rules, patterns, the guns they use, and how…
 
In today’s episode, Heather and Ute are talking about how to best protect your horse's legs while being out on trail. We discuss different types of protective gear for trailering your horse and for riding out on trail. What you should know about different kinds of leg protection such as brushing boots, polo wraps, bell boots & co, why less is more …
 
Mother's day, the day we celebrate those amazing women with who we have had many adventures. In today's episode, we get a chance to meet the Matriarch of our podcast team. Heather chats with her mom as well and Krystal's mom and Ute share a special interview with her mom. They share a few horsey adventures that they have taken over the years, a ran…
 
Well-being might be a word that is thrown around a lot lately, but Renee Machel and Dr. Quincy Hawley are dedicated to educating all veterinary professionals about ways to improve this aspect of their lives. They formed Get MotiVETed with the hopes of ending burnout and dissatisfaction in our vetmed world. Make sure to check out their new E-book in…
 
In today's episode I am talking about a valuable skill for trail riders: Ponying Horses. This basically means, leading a horse while riding another. It is a skillset which comes in handy while training young horses, leading a packhorse, riding with a young child or a beginner or bringing home the horse of an injured rider. In short, every rider sho…
 
We’ve talked a lot about constructional training in these podcasts. This week we’re exploring two related topics. The first asks how do you look at the world? Are you a glass half empty sort of person where you get mired down in the problem? Or is the glass half full where you have a clear vision of what you want and you go about learning how to ge…
 
In this conversation we hear from Andrew Stennett, founder of BHS Approved Centre – Grove House Stables as he shares with us all his lived experience of strangles and why it is so important for him to speak out and for us all to come together to help tackle this devastating disease.By Redwings Horse Sanctuary
 
Another episode of our Horse Breeds around the World Series. Today we talk about a lesser-known American breed of horses which is iconic for the state of Missouri and which was breed to ride and settle the Ozark Mountains. The settlers wanted to have a comfortable, sure footed riding horse which could be also used to pull a wagon or plough a field.…
 
California, home to movie stars, beautiful beaches, and miles of trail riding in the mountain. If viewing the ocean while riding in the Hollywood hills is on your bucket list, California is a destination you must visit. Today's episode takes us from the Hollywood sign to the wine country of Napa Valley, down to the beach, and through some of Califo…
 
When Dominique and I get together to record a podcast we usually don’t have a subject mapped out in advance. These are truly conversations, not planned lectures. When we connected via zoom, Dominique said she had something she wanted to talk about, but she wasn’t going to tell me in advance what it was. That always makes for the best conversation. …
 
Everything you guys wanted to know about rider fitness, from how much you need to how best to get it, which doesn't seem like a big range but there are plenty of pit stops along the way. If you're a competing rider, at whatever level, or just trying to make some progress, you NEED to listen to thisBy The Pony Podcast
 
On today's episode Ute talks with Julie Veloo, Equestrian Adventuress from Canada who made Mongolia her home more than ten years ago. Together with her husband, Julie runs the Veloo Foundation, operating two kindergartens for underprivileged children in Ulan Bator. Julie learned to ride at the age of fifty only after she came to Mongolia in what sh…
 
When you hear Kentucky Derby, three things come to mind, Big hats, mint juleps, and maybe horse racing. The "Run for the Roses" aka the Kentucky Derby, is known as the greatest two minutes in sports. Today's episode takes us behind the stalls on history, the jockeys, and three amazing racehorses. Attending the Kentucky Derby is on my bucket list, s…
 
It's that time of year again when we need to look at Equine vaccines. Today's episode will help guide you through equine vaccines and help you plan the best protection for your horse. Horses can contract infectious diseases in two ways: from other horses, and from their environment. Even horses that live alone can contract infectious diseases from …
 
With so much stigma attached to it, Strangles can be a difficult thing to talk about so we are very lucky to have two horse owners, Angie and Michelle, with us in this episode. Angie’s three horses were infected after she purchased a Shetland foal and Michelle’s horse contracted the disease after changing yards. Find out more about their stories; w…
 
HAPPY EARTH DAY 2021! Do you need easy tips to create a more sustainable lifestyle? Would you love to do more for the planet but have no idea where to start? In this episode I'm speaking with Brandy Heyde Montague. She's the host of the For Animals. For Earth Podcast, which is all about sharing simple and actionable tips on how to change your lifes…
 
In this final Strangles Awareness Week podcast conversation, we hear from Dr Lisa Lidbeck, Equine Vet for Sweden’s International Eventing Team and David Honnet who is Show Groom for Olympic TeamGB Gold Medalist ScottBrash MBE. In this candid conversation with David we hear him speak openly and passionately about the importance of learning about Str…
 
Strangles is the last thing a competitor wants to bring home to the yard from a horse show or event so what's it like running a successful venue for horse with the risk of spreading this horrible disease? We speak to two leading event venue managers to tell us more about how they protect the enjoyment of horses at their centres. Shirley Melling is …
 
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