Archive for June, 2013

Horse Tip Daily #812 by Horse Quencher – Nancy Later on Positive vs. Defending Aids

Horse Tip Daily #812 by Horse Quencher – Nancy Later on Positive vs. Defending Aids

Nancy Later joins Dressage Radio Show co-hosts Reese Koffler Standfield & Philip Parkes with an interesting comparison of aids: positive vs. defending, and how to tell the difference. Listen in…

Horse Tip Daily #811 by Fleeceworks –  Bumps: The Dark Side with Dr. Wendy Ying

Horse Tip Daily #811 by Fleeceworks – Bumps: The Dark Side with Dr. Wendy Ying

Horses seem to be getting bumps of all sorts all of the time so today Dr. Wendy Ying combines her veterinary knowledge with common sense when it comes to under the skin bumps. Listen in…

Horse Tip Daily #810 by Kentucky Performance Products – Clipping Help & Which Hole Was That?

Horse Tip Daily #810 by Kentucky Performance Products – Clipping Help & Which Hole Was That?

On the table today Michelle and Coach Jenn deal in multi tasking tape to improve your clipping skills and a way to polish your memory. Listen in…

Horse Tip Daily #809 by Kentucky Performance Products – The Latest on Joint Injections with TheHorse.com

Horse Tip Daily #809 by Kentucky Performance Products – The Latest on Joint Injections with TheHorse.com

Today’s tip is an excerpt from TheHorse.com’s weekly Horse Health Report on HORSES IN THE MORNING. TheHorse.com digital editor Michelle Anderson & Dr. Jones from Florida Equine Veterinary Services give spill the beans about joint injections.

Horse Tip Daily #808 by EquestrianCollections.com – Problematic Pirouette?  Fixes from Tara Stegen

Horse Tip Daily #808 by EquestrianCollections.com – Problematic Pirouette? Fixes from Tara Stegen

Tara Stegen joins Dressage Radio Show co-hosts Reese Koffler Standfield & Philip Parkes for a some great advice on improving that problematic pirouette. And if I may say so, plenty of good riding advice that non-dressage riders can put to good use as well. Listen in…

Horse Tip Daily #807 by Horse Quencher – Demystifying the Extended & Medium Trot with Sue Kolstad

Horse Tip Daily #807 by Horse Quencher – Demystifying the Extended & Medium Trot with Sue Kolstad

Sue Kolstad, ‘S’ dressage judge, joins Dressage Radio Show co-hosts Reese Koffler Standfield & Philip Parkes to take the mystery out of how and why the extended and medium trots are scored the way they are. Screw your earbuds in extra tight for this one because it covers a lot of ground, just like a good extended trot. Listen in…

Horse Tip Daily #806 by Fleeceworks – Vital Vital Signs:  Part Deux with Dr. Wendy Ying & Glenn the Geek

Horse Tip Daily #806 by Fleeceworks – Vital Vital Signs: Part Deux with Dr. Wendy Ying & Glenn the Geek

Today Dr. Wendy Ying puts out the second installment on vital vitals every horse person should know about their horse, along with practical advice on taking vitals on a horse and what those variations might mean. Listen in…

Horse Tip Daily #805 by Fleeceworks – Vital Vital Signs: A Practical with Dr. Wendy Ying & Glenn the Geek

Horse Tip Daily #805 by Fleeceworks – Vital Vital Signs: A Practical with Dr. Wendy Ying & Glenn the Geek

Today Dr. Wendy Ying puts out her top 6 vitals every every horse person should know about their horse, along with practical advice on taking vitals on a horse and what those variations might mean. Listen in…

Horse Tip Daily #804 by EquestrianCollections.com – Eye Diseases with Dr. LaBelle & TheHorse.com

Horse Tip Daily #804 by EquestrianCollections.com – Eye Diseases with Dr. LaBelle & TheHorse.com

The HITM crew is joined by TheHorse.com digital editor Michelle Anderson and Dr. Labelle for an overview of eye diseases. Listen in…

Better Racing Tournaments at Royal Ascot 2013

As the one of the world’s most famous race tracks and one of the most thrilling weeks of horse racing tournaments, the Royal Ascot 2013 promises to be better than ever. With 302 years of racing tradition, the Ascot races have become synonymous with adrenaline and excitement, substantial purses and a royal atmosphere full of […]