Episode 113: How to calendar your horse goals
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In a perfect world…what would this year look like with your horse? What would you accomplish? In January of 2022…what would you like to have achieved? In this podcast I share with you how I use my calendar and tracking to get so much done. One of the reasons that I take January goal setting so seriously is because with three horses, show goals, family commitments, and a business to run I see a huge benefit to planning ahead.

Horse Training in Harmony
Horse Training in Harmony
Karen Rohlf
EP029: A Pod About Listening to The Pod
I recently asked people on FB what they were doing when they listened to my podcast. Many people were driving, some were doing household chores, some were in the bathtub, some having a cuppa tea or coffee, and there was lots and lots of manure-picking! So I decided to make a podcast that would connect all those activities to horsemanship… curious?   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 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/) The Dressage Naturally Book: https://shop.dressagenaturally.net/collections/home-page-featured/products/book-dvd%5C (https://shop.dressagenaturally.net/collections/home-page-featured/products/book-dvd\) The blog I refer to: https://blog.dressagenaturally.net/106-the-sweet-spot-walking-the-talk-or-in-this-case-running-the-talk (https://blog.dressagenaturally.net/106-the-sweet-spot-walking-the-talk-or-in-this-case-running-the-talk) 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!
34 min
Daily Strides Podcast for Equestrians
Daily Strides Podcast for Equestrians
Lorna Leeson
Feeling and Finding The Correct Diagonal in the Trot
Landing on the correct diagonal can be hit and miss for many riders. Let’s face it, there’s a chance you’ll get it right 50% of the time! And while most riders are pretty well versed on their diagonals in the trot… It’s ‘feeling’ the diagonal that causes confusion. Trotting has a two-time beat. The 1,2,1,2,1,2,1,2,1,2 that you experience and feel when you’re in the saddle. If you do sitting trot, it will result in a sit,sit,sit,sit,sit,sit,sit,sit rhythm. However, most riders can ‘tire’ a little when it comes to riding a constant sitting trot! And so, we learn to post or rise in the trot. The 1,2,1,2,1,2 is matched with an up,down,up,down,up,down of the riders backside. The rhythm of up-downs and the rhythm of the trot are a perfect match. The Correct Diagonal The reason your horse creates the 1,2, rhythm in the trot is because of how he moves his legs while he is trotting. The right-back foot moves with the front left foot. This is the ‘1’ part of the rhythm. Then the left-back foot moves with the right front foot. This is the ‘2’ part of the rhythm. The trot is very ‘even’ with regards to what is moving where… This is also the reason it can be hard to ‘feel’ what diagonal you are on at any given point! The correct diagonal is when you are moving with the inside hind leg - and, by association, outside front leg - of your horse. There is a little rhyme, ‘rise and fall with the shoulder by the wall’. That about sums it up. As your horse's outside shoulder is forward, you want to be ‘up’. As this shoulder moves back, you want to be down. I have a post and an episode HERE about how to identify the correct diagonal through sight and voice... Read More... Connect with Lorna * Connect on Instagram @stridesforsuccess https://instagram.com/stridesforsuccess * Connect on Facebook https://facebook.com/stridessuccess Join the Free Private Communities * Connect in the Mindset & Fitness for Equestrians Private Group https://www.facebook.com/groups/SFS30DayRiderFitnessChallenge * Connect in the Virtual Stable Lounge Private Group https://www.facebook.com/groups/1499737810323191 Download Your Free Riding Plan:- * FREE Download:- 1 Exercise Multiple Ways Additional Resources:- * The Correct Diagonal in Trot * Conscious Transitions Between Walk & Trot * Rising or Posting in Trot * 3 Mistakes Riders Makes when Riding the Sitting Trot * Avoiding the Trampoline Effect in the Sitting Trot * Join Connection Today * Lunging for Riding
16 min
Married With Horses
Married With Horses
Jackie and Lane Jatzlau
MwH 126: TC Long
This episode with of Married With Horses is with our good friend TC Long. TC is a jack of all trades when it comes to western sports. He announces all sorts of events and has for years. He got his start with Booger Barter in the mid-00’s and has been going strong ever since. He produces barrel races (Elite Barrel Racing) and rodeos. He also has a monogramming business called Rodeo Monogram Shop that, you guessed it, works with rodeo folks (and others) producing hats, jackets, sponsor shirts, etc. This guy really has his hand in a lot of things. If he wasn’t busy enough, he and his wife Christie are new parents to a 5-month old little boy. We’ve known him for years and years and really think highly of him. Should’ve had him on here WAY earlier, but better late than never! Life is short. Ride a Unicorn! Please SUBSCRIBE to the podcast and be sure to RATE and REVIEW the show as well on your podcast app of choice (5-STARS!!!). You can catch us on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Google Play, Spotify, and all the others! Also, be sure to go and FOLLOW our Socials! * INSTAGRAM * FACEBOOK EQUIFEST OF KANSAS! - MORE INFO HERE!! Show Partner Info: * BLUEBONNET FEEDS: Click the “Where To Buy” button on the top of their page to find out where you can get your Bluebonnet Feed! Also on Chewy.com! * STRIDE ANIMAL HEALTH:Use code MWH14 at checkout to get 5% of the entire line of Stride Products! * J2 VIRTUAL COACHING: Click here to SIGN UP for VIRTUAL BARREL RACING COACHING today!
1 hr 54 min
Hunting Dog Confidential
Hunting Dog Confidential
Northwoods Collective
Episode 19: Hunting Methods
We are back with season two of the Hunting Dog Confidential podcast. In the first season, we answered the question of “what dogs are used as hunting dogs?” We looked at various breeds and types of dogs that are hunted all over the world, both in the modern day as well as throughout history. Now, we turn our attention to the “how.” How are dogs used and what are the various methods of hunting with dogs? Since the beginning of the human-dog partnership, dogs assisted humans in finding game, pursuing game, catching game, and bringing that game back to the hunter. We still see these behaviors today, whether it’s pointing dogs, flushing dogs, sight hounds, scent hounds, spitz dogs, terriers, or retrievers. Dogs use their superior senses to enhance the human hunter’s ability to locate and ultimately kill prey. We will introduce a slight change in format for this season by welcoming guests onto the podcast. These experts will share their firsthand knowledge in a variety of hunting methods. For this episode, we introduce these various methods as a bit of a teaser for what’s to come. For bird dog owners, the most common method of hunting is with a bird dog and a shotgun. But hunting with a bird dog might look a little different in North America as compared to continental Europe or the United Kingdom. Special training techniques reflect the normal behavior of the native birds, which partly explains why Pointers are bred to be unerringly steady upon finding and pointing a bird. Falconry introduces another element: the care and training of a bird of prey. The dogs must be trained to work cooperatively with the bird in a way that’s effective for the hunt and safe for the bird. Big game hunting is often done with hunting dogs, whether that’s versatile hunting dogs being used on driven deer hunts in Europe or packs of hounds being used on bear or mountain lion in North America. Small game hunting takes many forms, whether that’s squirrel hunting with a feist, raccoon hunting with coonhounds, or chasing rabbits with beagles. In the UK, ferreting rabbits is frequently done with a dog that can catch the rabbits once they are chased out of their warren by the ferret. The bottom line is that dogs solved the question of “how,” both for the ancient human nomadic hunter as well as the modern dog enthusiast who is looking for recreation and purpose. Our dogs can take us on a pretty incredible journey if we are smart enough to follow them. As always, we thank you for listening and invite you to submit feedback or questions to us at HDC@northwoodscollective.com . We would love to feature your questions in an upcoming episode! Record a voice memo and email it to us to be featured on the show and to have your question answered. 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.
1 hr 3 min
The Journey On Podcast
The Journey On Podcast
Warwick Schiller
Episode 29: Mark Rashid
Mark Rashid is an internationally known author and horseman known for his ability to understand the horse’s point of view and solve difficult problems with communication rather than force. When Mark decided to study the martial art of aikido as a way to improve his horsemanship, he brought the same quiet determination to it that he exhibits in his work with horses. After years of practice, he has earned a second-degree black belt in Yoshinkan aikido and now teaches the “way of harmony” in the local dojo as well as in his Aikido for Horseman workshops, which are known also by the name of “Aibado.” He is the author of fourteen books including Considering the Horse, Horses Never Lie, Life Lessons from a Ranch Horse, Horsemanship Through Life, Whole Heart, Whole Horse, Journey to Softness, and Finding The Missed Path, as well as a novel, Out of the Wild. He also has three music CD’s: Song of the Prairie, Making Good Time, and My Western Town, recorded with his good friend Brad Fitch. Mark's Website: https://markrashid.com/ Check Out Mark's book's on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Considering-Horse-Problems-Lessons-Learned/ Mark's Considering The Horse Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/consideringthehorse Warwick has over 650 Online Training Videos that are designed to create a relaxed, connected, and skilled equine partner. Start your horse training journey today! https://videos.warwickschiller.com/ Check us out on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Warwickschillerfanpage Watch hundreds of free Youtube Videos: https://www.youtube.com/warwickschiller Follow us on Instagram: @warwickschiller
1 hr 55 min
Labrador Morning from CBC Radio Nfld. and Labrador (Highlights)
Labrador Morning from CBC Radio Nfld. and Labrador (Highlights)
CBC Radio
Childcare in Central Labrador, Vaccine Ethical Questions, and The Remains of W.H.
We hear what former Premier Clyde Wells thinks of this year's unusual election, and his thoughts on Chief Electoral Officer Bruce Chaulk's handling of the situation. Canada's COVID-19 Immunity Task Force is currently studying the idea of digital immunity tracking and immunity passports. Today we discuss with bioethicist Natalie Kofler what ethical questions policy makers will have to unravel, and what it could mean for Canadians as they line up for vaccines. NASA's Perseverance Rover has already beamed back the very first sounds recorded on Mars, and all this new information has scientists very excited. We hear from professor Chris Herd of the University of Alberta about the current status of the mission. Finding childcare in Happy Valley-Goose Bay is tough at the best of times, but with the pressures of COVID-19 the challenge is even greater. We speak with a young mother in Happy Valley-Goose Bay about it. Susan Onalik has won the Nunatsiavut Government by-election, she joins us to speak about the victory. CBC's Bernice Hillier will tell us the little-known story of a Black man who was buried in L'Anse au Loup nearly two-hundred years ago. We hear about the man known only by the initials W.H. The Grand River Snowmobile Club has been busy grooming the trails. We get an update on conditions from Greg Wheeler. Is Canada on the brink of a third wave of COVID-19, and how serious could its effects be? One epidemiologist says a lot depends how we handle it. Cynthia Carr joins us.
53 min
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