The Horse Radio Network – Voice of the Horse World

The Horse Radio Network – Voice of the Horse World

You have found the home to the most entertaining equine radio shows (podcasts) on the Internet. If it is horse news, interviews and a whole lot of fun you are after, you are in the right place. We are bringing Web 2.0 to the horse world.

Many fun shows are currently on the network with many more to come. HORSES IN THE MORNING, The Eventing Radio Show, The Stable Scoop Radio Show, The Dressage Radio Show, Horse Tip Daily, Jumping Radio Show, Western Radio Show and Tack and Habit.

9am Live HORSES IN THE MORNING»

HITM for 05-22-2015 by Kentucky Performance Products – Horse Headlines, How Horses Learn, High Stickability Required

HITM for 05-22-2015 by Kentucky Performance Products – Horse Headlines, How Horses Learn, High Stickability Required

Today’s Kentucky Performance Products edition we cover the week’s horsey headlines and chat with Shawna Karrasch about how horses learn. EquiteeMfg.com Bad Ads features an older pony cart, ugly saddle, fiberglass appaloosa and a quarter horse coat. Listen in…

Dressage Radio Show»

Dressage Radio Episode 312 – Hilary’s Top 10 Training Tips and the Degrees of a Half Halt

Dressage Radio Episode 312 – Hilary’s Top 10 Training Tips and the Degrees of a Half Halt

In honor of David Letterman, Hilary Moore Hebert of Dressage Today brings us her Top 10 Training Tips and the Total Saddle Fit Tip of the Week on the degrees of half halts. Listen in…

Driving Radio Show»

Driving Radio Show Episode 202 – Driving in Sweden and World Coaching Club

Driving Radio Show Episode 202 – Driving in Sweden and World Coaching Club

Ann Pringle joins us with her monthly Driving Digest report and American Team Driver Erik Broms is with us to talk about competing and sleigh driving in Sweden. Plus, Dr Wendy gets us caught up on the Young Horse Program here in the USA. Listen in…

Equestrian Legends»

Equestrian Legends Episode 30 – Coachman David Saunders

Equestrian Legends Episode 30 – Coachman David Saunders

David Saunders, held the title of head coachman to The Duke of Edinburgh, Royal Mews, Windsor Castle, England and was with Prince Philip from the inception of combined driving. As a member of the Royal Mews he spent 20 years working for the royal family as a coachman. Now a citizen of the United States residing in Florida, Saunders has contributed to the growth of carriage driving worldwide. Listen in…



  

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