Archive for January, 2014

Horse Tip Daily #912 by EquestrianCollections.com – More Hay Talk with the Weed Scientist

Horse Tip Daily #912 by EquestrianCollections.com – More Hay Talk with the Weed Scientist

The HITM crew is joined by Dr. Mark Renz from the University of Winsconsin for a chat about what weeds are and some things you don’t want to find in a bale of hay. Listen in…

Horse Tip Daily #911 by Kentucky Performance Products – Sit Up Straight! Too Much, Not Enough, Just Right

Horse Tip Daily #911 by Kentucky Performance Products – Sit Up Straight! Too Much, Not Enough, Just Right

In today’s tip Hilary Moore Hebert, Senior Editor of Dressage Today Magazine and Dressagetoday.com joins Dressage Radio Show co-hosts Reese Koffler Stanfield & Philip Parkes to talk about sitting up straight. Is there such a thing as too straight? Listen in…

Horse Tip Daily #910 by EquestrianCollections.com – Stay Forward Over Fences

Horse Tip Daily #910 by EquestrianCollections.com – Stay Forward Over Fences

Jumper rider Diane Little, joins the HITM crew to answer a listener question keeping your hunter moving forward over fences. Listen in…

Horse Tip Daily #909 by EquestrianCollections.com – Hay, Forage, Noxious Weeds, Oh My!

Horse Tip Daily #909 by EquestrianCollections.com – Hay, Forage, Noxious Weeds, Oh My!

The HITM crew is joined by Shelly Smith of Standlee Forage to talk about hay and forage. We’ll cover some of the reasons hay is such a regionally diverse product, the different types of forage available and why you might make a particular forage choice. Listen in…

Horse Tip Daily #908 by Kentucky Performance Products – Gait Quality in High Performance Dressage Horses

Horse Tip Daily #908 by Kentucky Performance Products – Gait Quality in High Performance Dressage Horses

In today’s tip Hilary Moore Hebert, Senior Editor of Dressage Today Magazine and Dressagetoday.com joins Dressage Radio Show co-hosts Reese Koffler Stanfield & Philip Parkes to talk about conformation and movement to look for in a high performance dressage horse. Listen in…

Horse Tip Daily #907 by Equestrian Collections – To Stretch or Not To Stretch, That Is The Question

Horse Tip Daily #907 by Equestrian Collections – To Stretch or Not To Stretch, That Is The Question

Horses should learn to stretch down and out, it’s good for them, but are there times when a horse shouldn’t be allowed to stretch? Today dressage radio show co-hosts Reese Koffler Stanfield and Philip Parkes answer a listener question about when a horse should stretch. Listen in…

Horse Tip Daily #906 by Kentucky Performance Products – Emily Craig – Trot Poles for Better Transitions

Horse Tip Daily #906 by Kentucky Performance Products – Emily Craig – Trot Poles for Better Transitions

Today Emily Craig joins dressage radio show co-hosts Reese Koffler Stanfield and Philip Parkes with a great exercise to improve your horses connection and your ability to ‘get it done’ using three ground poles and some transitions. Don’t be fooled folks, it’s harder than it sounds! Listen in…

Horse Tip Daily #905 by StateLineTack.com – Bandaging Hocks and Hooves

Horse Tip Daily #905 by StateLineTack.com – Bandaging Hocks and Hooves

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 Christy West and Dr. Jones who offers great advice on bandaging hocks and hooves. Listen in…

Horse Tip Daily #904 by Kentucky Performance Products – When Things Go Wrong –  Reese Koffler and Philip Parkes

Horse Tip Daily #904 by Kentucky Performance Products – When Things Go Wrong – Reese Koffler and Philip Parkes

Today Dressage Radio Show co-hosts Reese Koffler Stanfield and Philip Parkes answer a listener question about getting your show performance back on track when things start to go awry. Listen in…

Horse Tip Daily #903 by Equestrian Collections – Forward and Connected at Every Level with Melissa Allen

Horse Tip Daily #903 by Equestrian Collections – Forward and Connected at Every Level with Melissa Allen

Today Melissa Allen joins the dressage radio show crew for a chat about what forward really means and whether your horse is connected, and yes, horses at any level need to have connection. Listen in…