Archive for August, 2013

Horse Tip Daily #843 by EquestrianCollections.com – Smokie Brannaman: Bit or Hackamore?

Horse Tip Daily #843 by EquestrianCollections.com – Smokie Brannaman: Bit or Hackamore?

Today’s tip is with Smokie Brannaman from Horseman Services in Greenleaf, WI. Today Smokie talks about the differences, and similarities in the use of a bit or a hackamore. Listen in…

Horse Tip Daily #842 by State Line Tack – Expressing Pain vs. Displaying Behavior with TheHorse.com

Horse Tip Daily #842 by State Line Tack – Expressing Pain vs. Displaying Behavior with TheHorse.com

Today’s tip is an excerpt from TheHorse.com’s weekly Horse Health Report on HORSES IN THE MORNING. The HITM crew is joined by TheHorse.com digital editor Michelle Anderson and Sue McDonnell to talk about whether your horse is expressing pain or just has weird behavior! Listen in…

Horse Tip Daily #841 by Kentucky Performance Products – More Analogies Riders and Drivers with Dr. Wendy Ying

Horse Tip Daily #841 by Kentucky Performance Products – More Analogies Riders and Drivers with Dr. Wendy Ying

Today’s tip is from the Driving Radio show. Dr. Wendy Ying and Glenn the Geek translate some not so common riding instructor phrases into driving speak. Lots of fun and informative too! Listen in…

Horse Tip Daily #840 by Equisketch.com – Nails To Numerous and Amazing Adhesives for Horseshoes

Horse Tip Daily #840 by Equisketch.com – Nails To Numerous and Amazing Adhesives for Horseshoes

Today’s tip is all about the amazing variety of nails and adhesives that farriers have available to keep horseshoes on. Listen in…

Horse Tip Daily #839 by State Line Tack – International Society for Equitation Science and Rein Tension with TheHorse.com

Horse Tip Daily #839 by State Line Tack – International Society for Equitation Science and Rein Tension with TheHorse.com

Today’s tip is an excerpt from TheHorse.com’s weekly Horse Health Report on HORSES IN THE MORNING. The HITM crew is joined by TheHorse.com digital editor Michelle Anderson and Dr. Wickens with an introduction to the acronym worthy International Society for Equitation Science. Listen in…

Horse Tip Daily #838 by EquestrianCollections.com – Keep Your Older Horse Competitive with Martha Josey

Horse Tip Daily #838 by EquestrianCollections.com – Keep Your Older Horse Competitive with Martha Josey

Barrel racing legend Martha Josey joins Western Radio show co-hosts Alan Moorhead and Tammy Sronce with some advice on keeping older horses competitive. Listen in…

Horse Tip Daily #837 by Kentucky Performance Products – Kathy Connelly on Engagement, Lightness, and Heavy In The Bridle

Horse Tip Daily #837 by Kentucky Performance Products – Kathy Connelly on Engagement, Lightness, and Heavy In The Bridle

Kathy Connelly joins Dressage Radio Show co-hosts Reese Koffler Standfield & Philip Parkes with some helpful hints for improving engagement and lightness in horses that are heavy in the bridle and the half halt’s importance. Listen in…

Horse Tip Daily #836 by Equisketch.com – Coaches’ Sayings for Riders and Drivers with Dr. Wendy Ying

Horse Tip Daily #836 by Equisketch.com – Coaches’ Sayings for Riders and Drivers with Dr. Wendy Ying

Today’s tip is from the Driving Radio show. Dr. Wendy Ying and Glenn the Geek translate some not so common riding instructor phrases into driving speak. Lots of fun and informative too! Listen in…

Horse Tip Daily #835 by State Line Tack – TheHorse.com on Best Bets for Bedding

Horse Tip Daily #835 by State Line Tack – TheHorse.com on Best Bets for Bedding

Today’s tip is an excerpt from TheHorse.com’s weekly Horse Health Report on HORSES IN THE MORNING. The HITM crew is joined by TheHorse.com digital editor Michelle Anderson and Dr. Jones to go over the what and why of bedding. Listen in…

Horse Tip Daily #834 by EquestrianCollections.com – Smokie Brannaman: How To Drag Stuff Safely

Horse Tip Daily #834 by EquestrianCollections.com – Smokie Brannaman: How To Drag Stuff Safely

Today’s tip is with Smokie Brannaman from Horseman Services in Greenleaf, WI. Today Smokie teaches us how to teach our horses to drag stuff from the saddle. Safely. Listen in…