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Welcome to the Equestrian Perspective Podcast - hosted by Felicity Davies, a 30-year old who is obsessed with helping horses and riders feel confident in any environment whilst using compassionate methods. On this podcast, you'll be given a collection of Felicity's best trainings so you can truly understand your horse, form an amazing relationship with them and feel empowered in the pursuit of your dreams. So get ready, you're about to have a new equestrian perspective!
 
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The Good Dog Training and Rehabilitation - Sean O'Shea

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Sean O'Shea from the Good Dog Training and Rehabilitation tackles your toughest questions about dog training, business, and mindset! Sean is an internationally recognized figure in the dog training world, building The Good Dog Los Angeles and New Orleans into THE training option for those seeking the very best training solutions possible. Sean has released two highly successful training DVDs, a much-lauded training book and a newly-released book devoted to personal development. Sean also tra ...
 
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In this episode, I chat with Katherine Lowry, an Equestrian Biomechanics Clinician based in the United States. Together we dive into: When she started riding and how she never knew her mum was into horses before having children Learning to ride and the importance of developing an independent seat Her journey to becoming a horse trainer and how work…
 
In this episode, I chat with one of my wonderful Confident Equestrian Program (CEP) graduates, Amy Bianchi. She is a mum of 3, an Earth Energy Guide, and she joined CEP to help her daughter's pony feel more confident and expand her skills. Together we chat about: How she was able to apply her own medicine to her horse training The mindset shifts sh…
 
In this episode, I chat with Confident Equestrian Program (CEP) graduate Kellie McCleave. Kellie joined CEP because she was having some trouble helping her very sensitive warmblood and wanted to pursue her dressage goals confidently and safely. Little did she realise that her goals would actually change along the way as she started to connect with …
 
Ok, desensitising can be a bit of a taboo word in the compassionate horsemanship realm BUT I want to explain why I use that term and why I actually love desensitising, which is why I decided to create this episode! Listen in to hear about: What desensitising IS and ISN'T The benefits if done correctly and why you should consider adding it to your t…
 
I had the pleasure of sitting down with 3 gentlemen that played a role in creating the ‘cool to be a cowboy’ vibe. ⁣ ⁣🎬 Barry Corbin - Actor with roles in many of the greats, such as Lonesome Dove, Urban Cowboy, No Country For Old Men just to name a few. ⁣⁣⁣ ⁣ 🎬 Patrick Wayne - Actor appearing in 40 films, 11 of which are with his father John Wayne…
 
There have been many times in my life when I have worried about what other people think and have trusted other people's judgment over my own. Like when I: -was competing and wanted external validation -was showing and wanted to learn about horsemanship -would have lessons with people I look up to -was trying to blend horsemanship and competing -fir…
 
In this episode, Dr. Erica Lacher and show host Justin Long interview Kelly Vineyard, Ph.D. Kelly is the senior equine nutritionist for Purina, and brings a fantastic knowledge base to the show. She fields questions about a wide variety of nutrition topics, including what you can expect when you call your feed company for nutrition advice. This is …
 
In this episode, I have a conversation with horseman and horsemanship trainer, Josh Nichol. Josh teaches people in person and on a global scale Relational Horsemanship Training and has a strong emphasis on cultivating deep connections with both our horses and ourselves. Together we chat about: - What Relational Horsemanship is - An overview of Josh…
 
Maycon Moura - Owner and head trainer of Moura Stockdogs. Tune in to hear Maycon's incredible story of overcoming adversity from a very young age that implemented characteristics that still guide him today. Enjoy the show!!NEW Episodes of “The Converse Cowboy” are released every Tuesday!! *SUBSCRIBE and Turn ON Notifications to catch every episode!…
 
In the past, I have forced horses to do things. I have lunged horses for hours, used tack that didn't fit, used tongue ties, used earplugs, let people hit my horses, used draw reins, yanked, kicked and felt let down by my horses 'poor' behaviour. I wanted to share some of these experiences with you all and explain how I would mitigate them from hap…
 
Glad to have singer/songwriter Garrett Bradford on the show. Philosopher, amazing story teller and has an above average mustache game. Stay tuned til the end of the show to listen to his original "This Way of Life", that aired on a little show called "Yellowstone". Enjoy the show!! NEW Episodes of “The Converse Cowboy” are released every Tuesday!! …
 
Did you know that float/trailer loading can be simple? If you are someone who is struggling to help your horse feel more comfortable around the float then you simply must listen to this episode! I cover the top 5 float/trailer loading mistakes that people make and share tips to help you prevent them from happening so you can feel confident at each …
 
Truly a pleasure to have my pal Summer Dean on the show. We talk about her career move from school teacher to full-time troubadour, overcoming challenges as a singer-songwriter, and of course, we discuss her new album ‘Bad Romantic’ that is available now! Visit summerdeanmusic.com to check it out. Enjoy the show!! NEW Episodes of “The Converse Cowb…
 
In this episode, I have a beautiful conversation with my amazing friend Shadya Karawi Name about how we can get out of our own way and start flowing with life! Shadya is a Spiritual Mentor from Barcelona who inspires, expands and transforms the lives of thousands of people all around the globe. To do this she uses an intuitive combination of astrol…
 
It is time to normalise short training sessions as being productive and good enough, and by short I'm talking 2-10minutes! In this episode, I dive in to: Why we should incorporate short training sessions into our routine with our horses Why short training sessions are often better than long training sessions Where the 45 minute 'do more' mindset ca…
 
In this episode, I chat with Kelly Wilson about some of the lessons she has learnt from observing and working with wild horses. Kelly is one of the Wilson Sisters and is a best selling author, award-winning photographer, reality television star, wild horse tamer, equestrian and adventurer. Listen to hear about: How Kelly found her passion of workin…
 
Daniel Donato is a gift from the guitar gods. His #cosmiccountry journey began at the age of 14, busking on the streets of Nashville for 8+ hours a day. His ‘natural talent’ with a guitar was earned through consistent practice day after day for years, combining vision and action. This episode is a ‘guitar lesson’ turned ‘philosophical chat’ and an …
 
Hey hey, To celebrate my 30th trip around the sun I wanted to share 30 lessons with you all that I have learnt and embodying or working towards embody (because let's face it, no one is perfect). The lessons shared are broad and personal development based but can be applied to any area of your life (including horses)....because let's face it horses …
 
I’m glad to have crossed paths with Wade Sapp at Sound Emporium Studios. We discuss his life before Nashville, and what ultimately led him to Music City to pursue a career in music. The young singer/songwriter talks about some of the influential people that have had a positive impact in his life and that have given him guidance along his journey. T…
 
In this episode, I dive into exactly how to overcome self-doubt around your horse. I share my experience navigating periods of self-doubt and the different fears that have popped up for me personally throughout my journey with horses. Plus I also dive into how you can understand your self-doubt and work towards overcoming it so you can work towards…
 
"I want my music to be like my mind is - all over the place". Sierra Ferrell Tune into this episode to learn more about singer/songwriter Sierra Ferrell. From her roots in West Virginia, to hopping trains, hitching rides and busking from Seattle to New Orleans. Truly a pleasure to hear her story and how she made her way to Nashville. Sierra is one …
 
In this episode, I will share how I got into horsemanship, how I became a horsemanship mentor and how the Confident Equestrian Program started and what it is today. You’ll learn what makes CEP different, who it’s for, and what allows the program to provide amazing results for my students. I’ll even give you an overview of the 5 modules within CEP a…
 
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