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Best Hoof podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Hoof podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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A group of rowdy adults attempt to navigate a children's game set in a universe filled with weaponized rainbows, formidable talking ponies, a never ending supply of sparkles, and magical friendship. This is an actual play Tails of Equestria rpg podcast, set in the MLP Universe. Starring Eli, Emily, Gwynn, Heidi, and Ben.
 
'The Hoof of the Horse' is a farriery & equine science podcast by Dr Simon Curtis. Tune in for expertise and interviews from the world of horse hoof care. Simon has lectured on the subject of the horse’s hoof on every continent, and has written for farriers, hoof-trimmers, vets and horse-owners in numerous publications. He has worked in the equine industry since 1972, where he began as a farrier in Newmarket, England. http://curtisfarrierbooks.com
 
These 14 short stories about animals are superb examples of Roberts smooth storytelling style. Knows as the Father of Canadian Poetry, he loved to also write in prose about the wilderness and the personalities of the animals to be found there as well as the exciting things they are capable of. Bears, White Wolves, Lynxs, hawks and yes, cattle are just a few of the animals written about. (Summary by philchenevert)
 
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This episode was recorded with the Rushes, a father and son working together as farriers, who I have had the pleasure of knowing for many years. We made this episode a few days before lockdown occurred in the UK in March 2020, and while we had a lot of laughs together while recording, we do discuss some more serious topics too. This was recorded in…
 
Rodney King is from the South Island of New Zealand, where he began teaching himself farriery. Within 10 years or so he was working at the biggest equine hospital in the world. I felt that that alone was worth interviewing Rodney to hear about. We also discussed how taking the AWCF exam can change your perspective towards horseshoeing, the tangibil…
 
How can getting out of your comfort zone help to broaden your horizons in farriery? Greg Murray has some great advice for farriers looking to travel with their work and experience more of the world, as well as sharing some of the challenges that you might face while doing so. We also learn about when he had 1 apprentice and 600 horses to shoe; the …
 
This week's podcast is with Lindsey Field, an avid investigator of the equine foot. We had a great discussion about hoof dissections; seedy toe vs. white line disease; along with a debate on barefoot trimming and the benefits of horseshoeing.View, order, or find your local retailer of my books: curtisfarrierbooks.comSubscribe to my Youtube channel:…
 
This week’s podcast is a special episode about the ancient tradition of farriery, and the folklore and myths of horseshoes. Horseshoeing goes back around 2000 years, so many superstitions and legends have been attached to the horseshoe over time. Listen on for an exploration of my 7 favourite myths.Help us improve your listening experience by answe…
 
I spoke to Dr Andrew Watts, an Equine Veterinarian, during my visit to Australia & NZ in 2019. In this podcast we talk about his time serving as Senior Principal Veterinary Consultant for the Prince of Dubai; the potential impact of ammonia on keratin; different treatments for canker; the development of his product Hoof Gold and how it may increase…
 
My guest this week is Bruce MacDonald, a New Zealand based farrier who has a wealth of knowledge and stories to share. We discussed many different areas, including how to find education in a country with no farriery school; when motorbikes replaced horses; farriery competitions and travel; shoeing with heels (caulkins)on every horse; the risks for …
 
In this episode I speak to Dr Sarah Hobbs, Reader in Equine & Human Biomechanics at the University of Central Lancashire, and a former tutor of mine when I was studying at UCLAN. We discussed how Sarah has applied experience in the fields of engineering and human physiology to equine sciences; her work in leading equine research groups worldwide; h…
 
Brian is a farrier, and Co-founder of the Australian Brumby Research Unit, with a PhD specializing in the feet of feral and wild horses.In this episode we discussed how his experience in biomechanics and physiotherapy led to a career with horses; his research into Brumby horses in the Australian outback, with Chris Pollitt; his journey from barefoo…
 
Simon meets with Sarah Logie, a Fellow of the Worshipful Company of Farriers, at this year’s Farrier Focus show. They discuss her thesis on Seedy Toe (aka White Line Disease); a new program of farriery exam mentorship & tuition; working in Scotland’s wet and cold environment; hoof wall structure; and much much more.To learn more on the Farriery Tui…
 
In this episode Simon caught up to Link Baumann, at the Equine Podiatry & Lameness Conference earlier this year. They discuss Link’s career as a farrier, starting at age 14; his work in establishing the EPLC; rehydrating the horse’s hoof during dry weather and droughts; managing relationships with other equine professionals, and much more.Subscribe…
 
I have some exciting news to share in this podcast, something I have been working on with the help of Sam Fowler, a farrier and videographer based in Norfolk. So I sat down to talk with Sam about his work, and to let you all know about this project we are launching together.Subscribe to our new Youtube channel: youtube.com/drsimoncurtisView, order,…
 
A continuation from Part 2 of Simon's conversation with Professor Chris Pollitt, discussing his life, work and scientific findings. Their discussion includes some technical questions on laminitis; Brumby Week; the weight-bearing qualities of the hoof wall; the anatomy of the horse’s foot, and much more.Professor Pollitt’s book 'The Illustrated Hors…
 
Simon meets with Professor Chris Pollitt at the Australian Farriers’ conference, beginning a two-part discussion on Chris's research on laminitis; equine medicine; how rider-horse communication can lead to better farriery; and more. View, order, or find your local retailer of Simon's books: curtisfarrierbooks.comThe Hoof of the Horse is a hoof care…
 
In this episode Simon speaks with Paul Summers, who is head farrier at the Singapore Turf Club. Paul has worked with horses for most of life, starting at age 11. The discussion includes plating racehorses; tropical fetlock disease and canker; improving integrity and transparency in horse racing; working as an ex-pat, and much more.View, order, or f…
 
In this episode Simon speaks with Mark Christiansen, a remedial farrier working with the largest equine hospital in Denmark. They discuss many interesting topics, including apprenticeships in Denmark; cold shoeing vs hot shoeing; opinions on the increasing prevalence of suspensory ligament desmitis; improving relationships between equine profession…
 
In this episode Simon speaks with friend and fellow farrier Peter Strafford. They discuss Peter’s career start at Flemington, home of the Melbourne Cup, and his experiences in plating winners there; his unique role as Farrier Supervisor for the VRC; horseracing in Victoria, and much more.View, order, or find your local retailer of Simon's books: cu…
 
This week’s podcast is a group interview with Rob Stevenson, an equine podiatrist and co-founder of FormaHoof, and Jimmy Nicolaides, an engineer and FormaHoof’s managing director. Topics include: treatment of laminitis, 3D printing equine anatomy, engineering the horse’s hoof, and more.Learn more about Jimmy and Rob’s work at formahoof.comView, ord…
 
This week’s podcast is with Sergio Muelle-Goldstein, a farrier and blacksmith, who was born in Peru and grew up in the USA and Spain before coming to the UK. He was a farrier for 27 years, working with me for 9 of those years, before retiring due to injury and moving on to knife-making and sharing his knowledge through courses.You can find details …
 
Simon speaks to Paige Poss, a hoof anatomist and expert dissector from the States, who has some interesting views on shoeing and trimming. Find details of Paige's work and the Anatomy Course mentioned on her website: anatomy-of-the-equine.comView and order, or find your local retailer of Simon's books: curtisfarrierbooks.comThe Hoof of the Horse is…
 
In this episode Simon speaks to Mark Curtis, his brother and fellow farrier from Newmarket, the home of horseracing in the UK.View and order, or find your local retailer of Simon's books: curtisfarrierbooks.comThe Hoof of the Horse is a farriery & equine science podcast by Dr Simon Curtis. Tune in for expertise and interviews from the world of hors…
 
A pleasant evening at an abandoned farmhouse. Nothing scary about that, right? Hoof and Sword is an Actual Play RPG podcast where rowdy adults attempt to play a children’s game named Tails of Equestria, based on My Little Pony. Find us on Twitter.com at @HoofAndSword or send us an email at podcast@hoofandsword.com. Please rate and review us on iTun…
 
In this episode Simon speaks to Robin May, a long time colleague and friend who has a wealth of experience in Olympic level competing, the FRC, becoming a collector of absolutely everything, and more.View and order, or find your local retailer of Simon's books: curtisfarrierbooks.comThe Hoof of the Horse is a farriery & equine science podcast by Dr…
 
Our heroes find themselves in not-danger once again as they stroll down the road? Hoof and Sword is an Actual Play RPG podcast where rowdy adults attempt to play a children’s game named Tails of Equestria, based on My Little Pony. Find us on Twitter.com at @HoofAndSword or send us an email at podcast@hoofandsword.com. Please rate and review us on i…
 
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