Show:  Heels Down Happy Hour by Heels Down Magazine

Description: There’s a whole lot of stuff happening in the horse world, and someone’s got to keep you up to date. Who’s winning what? What weird rules are you probably going to violate at your next horse show? What does your favorite rider really think about white breeches? Don’t worry, that’s what we’re here for. Grab a drink. Welcome to Happy Hour.

Published:  Twice a month

07/13/2017
Heels Down Happy Hour by Horse Radio Network Moscow Mules and Michael Jung - Heels Down Happy Hour #2 07/13/2017
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06/20/2017
Heels Down Happy Hour by Horse Radio Network Payne Baby, Depo and the Olympics - Heels Down Happy Hour #1 06/20/2017
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Happy Hour Player Horse Radio Network http://www.horseradionetwork.com/heels-down-happy-hour/ Twitter Google Embed
Jul 13
Moscow Mules and Michael Jung - Heels Down Happy Hour #2
52m26s
Jun 20
Payne Baby, Depo and the Olympics - Heels Down Happy Hour #1
33m19s
Moscow Mules and Michael Jung - Heels Down Happy Hour #2
52m26s
Payne Baby, Depo and the Olympics - Heels Down Happy Hour #1
33m19s
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Hosts:

Caroline Culbertson is a 27-year-old equestrian journalist who broke her foot “surfing” a mattress down the stairs at age 7. Yes, her parents told her not to. She grew up in the south y’all and graduated from Duke University in North Carolina. She also picked up powerlifting a few months after breaking both bones in her arm, so her judgment is questionable. Hence, she’s an event rider.

Justine Griffin is an award-winning journalist who has written about everything from horses to high-profile CEOs to her ovaries. (She donated her eggs once.) Two things she loves the most? Whippet puppies and cheese. Justine is a firm believer in unicorns and feminism. So take everything she says with a grain of salt.

 

Jessica Payne is a 32-year-old international event rider who is rarely seen without her long-haired chihuahua under her arm. She was born in London, Ontario but grew up in Franklin, Tenn. and graduated from Auburn University with a degree in Animal Science. She once lost the tip of her pinky finger clipping her 4* horse, and husband Doug says she can “talk to anyone including a wall….and they will like it!”