Episode 13: Hoof Rehabilitation with Alicia Harlov

Listen to Episode 13 Jec interviews Alicia Harlov, owner of the Humble Hoof and the Humble Hoof podcast. In their conversation, Jec and Alicia talk a lot about horse management – things that might not seem like they have anything to do with hooves. But, […]

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Episode 8: Stacie Boswell and Stress in Horses

Listen to Episode 8 Jec interviews Dr. Stacie Boswell, a vet and author based in Montana. Stacie wrote The Ultimate Guide for Horses in Need, a book about the care, training, and rehabilitation for rescues, adoptions, and horses in transition. Here, Jec and Stacie discuss […]

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Episode 4: Anna Blake and Calming Signals

Listen to Episode 4 In this episode, Jec interviews Anna Blake, a Colorado horsewoman with a popular blog and several volumes of her life with horses, in prose and poetry. The two focus on calming signals. More on that in a sec, after I mention […]

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Horse Sense part of Brown Univ symposium

Best Horse Practices Summit Director and Cayuse Communications founder Maddy Butcher will join colleagues Connie Crawford and Kari Weil for an hour session of Horse Sense, part of the Brown University symposium and part of Re-Examining Conservation: Questions at the Intersection of Arts and Sciences. […]

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A Horse of My Own?

Editor’s Note: Best Horse Practices Summit presenter Katrin Silva grew up riding dressage in Germany before moving to the United States at age 19 to learn to ride Western. She’s been riding both disciplines for the last 20 years and is a regular guest columnist […]

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Episode 20: Becky Hart

  Listen to Episode 20 This week, Jec has an interesting and enlightening conversation with legendary endurance rider, Becky Hart. Hart has competed at an international level for longer than some of our listeners have been on this planet. One of her highlights, she says, […]

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“Stepping Up” is Right on Time

We think the timing of our special Best Horse Practices Summit Stepping Up sessions couldn’t be better. 2018 is a year when science and society are ripe for parsing out the gender issues in our horse community. Earlier this month, Alexis Kanda-Olmstead, who will lead […]

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Women in today’s world and the horse world

One of the silver linings of these contentious times is the intense, widespread examination of fairness in our culture and workplace – specifically, fairness as it relates to gender equality. Perhaps like many of you, I entered the workplace as a teenager in the late […]

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