267 – All Things Draft

267 – All Things Draft

This Special Draft Horse Episode includes Lynn Telleen from Draft Horse Journal, Clydesdale Breeders Association secretary Cathy Behn, 40 horse hitch legend Paul Sparrow and Clydesdale breeder and judge Wes Gordeyko. Listen in…

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267 – All Things Draft

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267 – All Things Draft

267 – All Things Draft

This Special Draft Horse Episode includes Lynn Telleen from Draft Horse Journal, Clydesdale Breeders Association secretary Cathy Behn, 40 horse hitch legend Paul Sparrow and Clydesdale breeder and judge Wes Gordeyko. Listen in…

266 – Harness Racer Joann Looney-King, Tremont Training Tips and Anatomy of the Equine

266 – Harness Racer Joann Looney-King, Tremont Training Tips and Anatomy of the Equine

The first woman to win a race at the Meadowlands, Jo Ann Looney King, shares her harness racing stories. Plus, we talk transitions in this week’s training tip and very creative anatomy nerds, Jenny Edwards and Paige Poss, from Anatomy of the Equine share their love of biomechanics on the TCVM segment. Listen in…

265 – The Amazing Makuba, Poppe’s Place and Earth Element

265 – The Amazing Makuba, Poppe’s Place and Earth Element

Kathryn Barry joins us to talk about sport pony stallion, Makuba and his kids, then Charlie Poppe shares his view on the future of Driving and the Jeff Day Carriage Auction. We continue our Chinese Medicine Segment with a look at the earth element. Listen in….

264 – Walnut Hill, Joni Kuhn and Wrecked Carriages

264 – Walnut Hill, Joni Kuhn and Wrecked Carriages

Ann Pringle (Driving Digest) and Dave Quist talk about repairing wrecked carriages and a Walnut Hill preview with Ed Young and first timer Joni Kuhn. Plus, the Singles and Para Driving World Championships are happening in Europe and we continue with the 5 Elements looking at the metal element. Listen in…

263 – Revisiting History in Williamsburg, Chuck Wagons, the Civil War and the Skeleton Gig

263 – Revisiting History in Williamsburg, Chuck Wagons, the Civil War and the Skeleton Gig

Taking a step back in time as we look at the Skeleton Gig in The Equine Heritage Institutes Horses in History Segment, the horses of Williamsburg, a mighty fine Chuck Wagon and pulling the cannons in Civil War Reenactments. Listen in…

262 – Training the Stop, Team Radar and the Fire Element

262 – Training the Stop, Team Radar and the Fire Element

Randy Cadwell starts her Monthy Training Tip with training the stop and stand and we meet listener Briget Simon and her stinkin cute pony Radar. Plus, Dr. Wendy continues the 5 Elements with the Fire Element. Listen in…

261 – Pony Carriages in History and New ADS Executive Director

261 – Pony Carriages in History and New ADS Executive Director

Charlie Poppe starts his once a month Charlie’s Corner with a look at the origin of Pony Carriages in America, we meet the new Executive Director of the American Driving Society Louise Rothery and we continue our look at the 5 Elements with the Wood Element. Listen in…

260 – The Haflinger, Driving Digest Wins Again and Wendy’s Mentor Dr. Xie

260 – The Haflinger, Driving Digest Wins Again and Wendy’s Mentor Dr. Xie

Chuck Hendershot of the NY Gold Classic shares the joy of the Haflinger, Ann Pringle on winning another award for the Driving Digest and Dr. Wendy’s mentor and founder of the Chi Institute, Dr. Xie. Listen in…

259 – Charlie’s New Toy and Driving Sled Dogs

259 – Charlie’s New Toy and Driving Sled Dogs

Charlie Poppe stops by to tell us all about his new Pony Brake and Sean Patrick shares what it was like growing up in Canada driving sled dogs. Listen In…

258 – David Saunders: Piber Stud, Single Worlds, CAA Carriage Festival and the Long Island Cart

258 – David Saunders:  Piber Stud, Single Worlds, CAA Carriage Festival and the Long Island Cart

David Saunders co-hosts as we meet Dr. Max Dobretsberger, director of the Austrian Lipizzaner Stud in Piber, about the FEI World Championship for Singles in August. Plus, Jill Ryder on the CAA Carriage Festival in Lexington and the Equine Heritage Institute Horses in History on the Long Island Cart. Listen in….

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