Archive for September, 2012

Horse Tip Daily #690 by EquestrianCollections.com – Dr. Wendy Ying on Bi (Yes, Bi) Syndrome

Horse Tip Daily #690 by EquestrianCollections.com – Dr. Wendy Ying on Bi (Yes, Bi) Syndrome

Glenn, Wendy talk about Bi Syndrome. No, not BEE, BI. Learn what it is, the stages and treatment options. Listen in…

Horse Tip Daily #689 by Kentucky Performance Products – Shawna Karrasch – When & How To Start Young Horses

Horse Tip Daily #689 by Kentucky Performance Products – Shawna Karrasch – When & How To Start Young Horses

Today’s tip is all about when and how to start you young horse. Shawna lets us in on some great ways to channel those youngsters’ energy, spark the under developed curiosity of the shy ones, and even creat a better three year old come backing time! Listen in…

Horse Tip Daily #688 by EquestrianCollections.com – Really Bad Marketing with EquestrianProfessional.com’s Elisabeth McMillan

Horse Tip Daily #688 by EquestrianCollections.com – Really Bad Marketing with EquestrianProfessional.com’s Elisabeth McMillan

Today’s tip is from Elisabeth McMillan the founder of Equestrian Professional.com. Equestrian Professional.com is the site for people in the horse business providing affordable business education and marketing tools specifically for horse professionals. Today’s tip: Really Bad Marketing and how to avoid it. Listen in…

Horse Tip Daily #687 by Kentucky Performance Products – A Great Warm Up with Gina Smith

Horse Tip Daily #687 by Kentucky Performance Products – A Great Warm Up with Gina Smith

Today’s tip is from the Dressage Radio Show episode 172 where Olympic Bronze & Pan American Games gold medalist Gina Smith stops by the show to offer some excellent advice on warm up. Listen in…

Horse Tip Daily #686 by EquestrianCollecions.com – TheHorse.com on Anhidrosis

Horse Tip Daily #686 by EquestrianCollecions.com – TheHorse.com on Anhidrosis

Today’s tip is an excerpt from TheHorse.com’s weekly Horse Health Report on HORSES IN THE MORNING episode 486. Michelle, Dr. Jones and the Horses in the morning gang cover the who, what, why, and when of anhidrosis. Listen in…

Horse Tip Daily #685 by Kentucky Performance Products – What I Learned from The Gray Goose, Kim Walnes

Horse Tip Daily #685 by Kentucky Performance Products – What I Learned from The Gray Goose, Kim Walnes

Today’s tip is an excerpt from the Horses In The Morning show where Kim was talking about The Grey Goose being inducted into the Eventing Hall of Fame. She shares her experiences getting to know this unique and talented equine athlete and how we can apply those lessons to all of our horse training relationships. Listen in…

Horse Tip Daily #684 by Amazon.com – Francis Whittington on Coaches, Opportunity, Advice & Risk

Horse Tip Daily #684 by Amazon.com – Francis Whittington on Coaches, Opportunity, Advice & Risk

Today’s tip is from Episode 208 of the eventing radio show. Samantha Clark and Francis Whittingham bring us a fabulous insight on coaches, advice, opportunity and risk. Listen in…

Horse Tip Daily #683 by Equestrian Collections – Shawna Karrasch – Energetic Over Enthusiastic Youngsters

Horse Tip Daily #683 by Equestrian Collections – Shawna Karrasch – Energetic Over Enthusiastic Youngsters

Today’s tip, is all about dealing with the energetic, and often over enthusiastic young pupil. Horses that is. Listen in…

Horse Tip Daily #682 by Kentucky Performance Products – 3 Day Preparations with Dr. Werner – A Great Team

Horse Tip Daily #682 by Kentucky Performance Products – 3 Day Preparations with Dr. Werner – A Great Team

Today’s tip is from Episode 202 of the eventing radio show. Dr. Laura Werner from Hagyard equine medical institute talks about preparing for a 3 day event. This second installment of the series deals with assembling a great team and the importance of the jog. Listen in…

Horse Tip Daily #681 by EquestrianCollecions.com – NEDA Trainer Tip – Sarah Gieke on W/O an Instructor

Horse Tip Daily #681 by EquestrianCollecions.com – NEDA Trainer Tip – Sarah Gieke on W/O an Instructor

Today’s tip is an excerpt from the Dressage Radio Show episode 162. Sarah Gieke from New England Dressage Association provides some fantastic advice for improving your skills even though you don’t get to take lessons as often as you’d like. Listen in…