Tack: Bridles, Headstalls, Bits & Reins
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Today's podcast I'm focused on the bridle, which includes the head stall, bit chinstrap and reins. First, I'm gonna give you five things to consider. Then I'm going to answer a listener question that was e-mailed in to me. And finally, I'm going to take you on a virtual walk through a tack store with a friend of mine where we will discuss all the options you will have when you walk into a tack store. I'm reminded again that this can be a really complicated subject.

 I'll break it down here and I'm going to make some videos that will help you to those will be posted on my YouTube channel and on my website. 

 

 

Daily Strides Podcast for Equestrians
Daily Strides Podcast for Equestrians
Lorna Leeson
What to Do in the Saddle Today? Planning Your Rides - Part 2: Partnership
How many days will you ride this week? What will you do on each of those days? Are all of these things moving you and your horse closer to your goals? Big questions… And ones that I think not enough riders are taking responsibility for in their riding. This is part 2 of a 3 part series to help you really become intentional about your riding plan. Each part is an important element that, I believe, is absolutely essential for you in your riding. It is when you combine these three elements on a weekly basis, weaving them throughout your rides, that you will begin to see true success in your riding. Part 1 was Fun. The reason most people show up for their second-ever ride. And the reason most riders actually stop riding as much as they like. It just isn’t as much fun anymore. Find out how and why you can make Fun an intentional part of your riding plan HERE Part 2 - Partnership It seems so, well, obvious. Partnership. However, because it is so obvious, like fun, many riders forget to actually be intentional about developing this in their riding and relationship with their horse. Partnership is trust. It is the relationship. A partnership is the ‘liking each other’ part that will be essential to get you both over any sticky situations that show up. It is intentionally developing the understanding between horse and rider. This allows you not only to trust each other more but also to build confidence in your own abilities as well. Ever noticed how you feel more confident about something you must-do if you have someone who supports you there beside you? That is a partnership. Read More... Additional Resources for Riders:- * * * Planning Your Rides - Part 1 Fun * Online Community for Equestrian focusing on Planning and Mindset * Stop Wasting and Start Investing Time with Your Horse * What’s Your Number in Your Riding? * A Plan for 7 Days in Your Riding * Plan Your Ride with These Simple Steps * Transform the Next 12 Weeks in Your Riding * Connection; the Online Membership for Equestrians
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Working Dog Radio
Working Dog Radio
Ted Summers and Eric Stanbro - Working Dog Radio Hosts
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The Essential Oil Revolution w/ Essential Oils Educator Samantha Lee Wright
The Essential Oil Revolution w/ Essential Oils Educator Samantha Lee Wright
Samantha Lee Wright
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TRE- Tension Relief Exercises can help you release not only physical, but emotional stress and trauma. Hear from a trained TRE provider about this impacting practice, and how essential oils can aid in your success. Davorka Tolic is a trainer, coach and certified TRE provider.   See full show notes for this episode HERE. (You can also leave a comment there on the site)  New to essential oils? Master the basics with our FREE Essential Oils Course.  Our website is www.RevolutionOilsPodcast.com  View hundreds of Essential Oil Recipes in our DIY Dugout  Get behind-the-scenes access and become an Essential Oils Insider! Attend live interviews, exclusive Q&As, members only community group, interactive workshops, and one-on-one support to master your use of essential oils! Start now for free! ---> https://revolutionoilspodcast.com/insiders  Sign up for our PODCAST NEWSLETTER and you'll get FREE tips on how to live a healthier, more balanced life!   Say hello on social. Use the Hashtag #essentialoilrevolutionpodcast so I know you're a friend!  * Facebook  * Instagram  Grab yourself a freebie here! ---> https://linktr.ee/samleewright  Thank you to our amazing sponsors.  * View our list of sponsors HERE and help us keep this podcast 100% free!    FAQs:  * Who is Samantha Lee Wright?  * Which brand of oils do you recommend and why?  * Is it safe to ingest essential oils? (And other safety concerns)  * Are essential oils safe for cats? (See safety section)    Hey! Thanks for listening. Send me a message & tell me what you think about the show. Leave a review so others can find the show more easily too.  xo,  Sam
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The Canine Paradigm
The Canine Paradigm
Glenn Cooke & Pat Stuart
Episode 162: Poking Larry Krohn’s bear
Poking Larry Krohn's bear isn't easy to do as Larry is a really great guy. However, like most of us, we have a straw that breaks our back under load and this industry can sometimes do that. Given that Larry has amassed such a large following of people all over the world, he also get some haters. Most of them are just sad, lonely people, some are people who should know better. Regardless, Larry is a professional and he still loves to help people and we love to chat with him Further details If your looking for contact details, great dog trainers and supporters of The Canine Paradigm, look no further. Below is a vast array of people and business’s who stand by us, donate to our running costs and do great things for the canine community. Glenn runs and has almost everything canine related at, Canine Evolution or Pet Resorts Australia Pat has a full range of coaching and dog training services at Operant Canine If you wish to learn a little more about us, go here You can support our show and get extra content right here on our Patreon page. Everything goes into keeping the show running and we love all the wonderful people who are part of that community. If you’re not sure how, just ask us. You can get our full range of Merch at our Teespring store here You can also help us by spreading the word amongst the canine community or even suggesting a special guest to interview. If you need to find out how to listen to our podcast, go here We have a YOUTUBE channel that you can subscribe to now If you enjoyed the podcast, please review us on Itunes Details on joining the IACP can be found here. If you’re not in it you should be! Check out Dogs Playing for Life! A rescue process changing dogs lives across the USA For more details on how to help our friends at Peggy’s Promise, you can find all the details on how to do that on their website. They are our rescue charity of choice. Support our supporters Narelle Cooke’s raw feeding guide for dogs here. She also has her own podcast on all podcast directories called Natural Health for people and pets. Check it out. Birdy O’Sheedy can be found at Pause in life and at Paws in life Jason Firmin Einzweck Dog quip SHOW SPONSOR K9 Dynamics online store for all our listeners in USA and Canada SHOW SPONSOR Melanie Benware at Kindred K9 Solutions SHOW SPONSOR Kathy Santo at Kathy Santo Dog Training SHOW SPONSOR Jasmine Whiting is at Prime Canine Alex Edwards Refine your CanineEmma Murdoch Walk with me Ottawa Find out more about GRC dog sports here https://thecanineparadigm.com/2019/09/15/larry-krohn-iacp-2019/
1 hr 4 min
Controlled Aggression
Controlled Aggression
Jerry Bradshaw
Fixing Grip Issues in Sport and Police Dogs
In this episode, Jerry Bradshaw discusses: * How the grip can vary depending on the sport you’re training for. * What it means to have a bad grip and why different ways bad grip may manifest. * Teaching your dog to be unsatisfied with any bite that is not at the back of the mouth. * Teaching the basic fundamentals from a young age, including social interaction and teaching the dog to work with other trainers. * Taking the proper time through progressions and not pushing too hard too fast. Key Takeaways: * A firm grip is more important than a calm grip. We want the dog to default to a full grip, all the way back to the back teeth. * Genetics provides a capacity, but the training can enhance or ruin what the genetics are bringing to the table. * Give your dog something challenging to bite. A lot of busy grips come from a failure to challenge the grip and give the dog something they can bite successfully. * Challenging the grip is one of the most important things you can do as you go through your training progressions. "The firmness, the fullness, the hardness, those are the things that really determine the grip." — Jerry Bradshaw Get Jerry's book Controlled Aggression on Amazon.com Contact Jerry: Website: controlledaggressionpodcast.com Tarheel Canine Training: www.tarheelcanine.com Youtube: tarheelcanine Twitter: @tarheelcanine Instagram: @tarheelk9 Facebook: TarheelCanineTraining Protection Sports Website: psak9-as.org Patreon: patreon.com/controlledaggression Slideshare: Tarheel Canine Sponsors: ALM K9 Equipment: almk9equipment.com PSA & American Schutzhund: psak9-as.org Tarheel Canine: tarheelcanine.com Train Hard, train smart, be safe. Show notes by Podcastologist Chelsea Taylor-Sturkie Audio production by Turnkey Podcast Productions. You're the expert. Your podcast will prove it.
1 hr 8 min
Hunting Dog Confidential
Hunting Dog Confidential
Northwoods Collective
Episode 18: Terriers
We wrap up our survey of hunting dogs with a look at working terriers. Terriers developed to fill a need where humans needed to get to game in a situation where we were ill-equipped to do so. Just like sight hounds were developed to be faster than us to catch running game, retrievers were developed to swim better than us to get game out of the water, and scenting dogs were developed with better noses than us to find otherwise-camouflaged game… terriers were developed to be able to locate and access game below ground in tunnels and dens. Hunt terriers were valuable members of a hunting party because they could get the fox or rabbit out of a hole. The foxhounds and hunters relied on the terrier whenever the game “went to ground” so that the hunt could continue on with the chase and pursuit. In order to pursue game underground, the terrier needs to have a small circumference, a huge amount of courage, and the tenacity to keep after the badger or fox to prevent it from digging deeper. This may involve nipping at the animal to keep its attention, or maneuvering around the animal in order to push it toward the burrow’s entrance. Either way, the terrier is adept at working in small, confined spaces with hostile game in its own den. Terriers also proved their worth as effective vermin control, especially with rats and other rodents around the farm. This eventually gave way to the blood sport known as rat pitting, where terriers were placed in a pit with a number of rats and bets were placed on how quickly they could kill all of the rats. This was a popular entertainment event in pubs and, while not exactly hunting, is evidence of the terrier’s hunting origins and sheer tenacity. We talk about a couple of popular working terrier breeds: the Jack Russell, the Fell Terrier, and the Jagdterrier, which was Germany’s versatile answer to the British terrier breeds. All of these dogs continue to enjoy strong working lines today. In wrapping up the survey of hunting dogs, we wrap up season one of the Hunting Dog Confidential Podcast. In season two, we will host some guest interviews and invite listener questions and input. Would you like to have your question featured on an upcoming episode? Record a voice memo of your question, include your name and location, and email it to us at HDC@northwoodscollective.com . We look forward to hearing the voices of our listeners, answering your questions, and hearing your stories! We thank you for listening and look forward to launching season two shortly. Share | Comment, review and discuss this episode of the podcast in our Project Upland Community Facebook group. Enjoy the show and don’t forget to rate, review, subscribe, and share this podcast. Hunting Dog Confidential is presented by Eukanuba Premium Performance Dog Food and supported by Dakota 283.
57 min
Horse Training in Harmony
Horse Training in Harmony
Karen Rohlf
EP023: Improving Professional
In this episode I’ll take a look at what ‘professional’ looks like when it comes to horse care…I’ll look at what I call the factory-training business model and why we need to change it…. …I’ll share a bit of my story of when I reinvented myself and how that benefitted my horses and why it’s so important that heart-centered horse professionals learn how to thrive in the horse business… not just so they can have a fulfilling sustainable and profitable life they can LOVE… but because it directly influences the quality of life of horses. This pod is brought to you by For The Love Of The Horse: Transform Your Business. When the heart-centered professionals thrive, so do the horses. For more information on how I help people with their horse businesses go to dressagenaturally.net/professionals About the Host: Karen Rohlf, author and creator of Dressage Naturally, is an internationally recognized clinician who is changing the equestrian educational paradigm. She teaches students of all disciplines and levels from around the world in her clinics and the Dressage Naturally virtual programs. Karen is well known for training horses with a priority on partnership, a student-empowering approach to teaching, and a positive and balanced point of view. She believes in getting to the heart of our mental, emotional, and physical partnership with our horses by bringing together the best of the worlds of dressage and partnership-based training.  Karen’s passion for teaching extends beyond horse training. Her For The Love Of The Horse: Transform Your Business Seminar and Mastermind/Mentorship programs are a result of her commitment to helping heart-centered equine professionals thrive so that horses may have a happier life in this industry. Resource Links Information on how Karen helps professionals transform their horse business: https://dressagenaturally.net/professionals/ (https://dressagenaturally.net/professionals/) Join the conversation in our Dressage Naturally Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/DressageNaturallyLand (https://www.facebook.com/groups/DressageNaturallyLand) For hundreds of training videos at a very low cost, check out the Video Classroom: https://dnc.dressagenaturally.net/ (https://dnc.dressagenaturally.net/) See all of Karen Rohlf’s Online Programs here: https://dressagenaturally.net/online-programs/ (https://dressagenaturally.net/online-programs/) Sign up for 3 free videos and Karen’s mailing list: https://dressagenaturally.net/free-dressage-training-videos/ (https://dressagenaturally.net/free-dressage-training-videos/) Thanks for listening! Thanks so much for listening to our podcast! If you enjoyed this episode and think that others could benefit from listening, please share it! Don’t forget to SUBSCRIBE to the podcast! Leave us an iTunes review - Did you love it? Let us know!
48 min
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