All Posts By: Bethany

Reaching Milestones with Natasha Althoff

Celebrating Our 100th Episode! Natasha Althoff is an Australia grand prix dressage rider and founder of Your Riding Success, a business that helps riders master their talents in the saddle through online training videos for client accsesability everywhere. Not only does Natasha ride, but she also hosts her own podcast and youtube channel, in addition […]

Horses and Storytelling with Laurie Berglie

Laurie Berglie is a self-published author of equestrian romance series, Where The Bluegrass Grows, Taking Off, and Kicking On. Having a background in horses, Laurie has created books that every true equestrian will love no matter what riding background or discipline. You’re going to want to add some books to your reading list after you […]

Step by Step with Vanessa Creech-Terauds

At the young age of twenty, Vanessa Creech-Terauds is an accomplished Canadian FEI Dressage Rider for Team Leatherdale. Growing up around horses, Vanessa learned the ropes from her mother, Diane Creech, who is also a professional rider/trainer for Leatherdale Farms. In 2016, Vanessa qualified for the FEI Young Rider Division and the FEI Junior Rider […]

The Making of an Athlete with Anne Kursinski

Anne Kursinski is a five time olympic athlete and a two time olympic silver medalist in team jumping. Anne has been a part of forty seven nations cup teams and three World Equestrian Games representing the United States. With skills as an accomplished rider and trainer, Anne has had the opportunity to create resources and […]

Core Conditioning for Horses with Simon Cocozza

Visconte Simon Cocozza has a background in both dressage and jumping and is the author of his book, Core Conditioning for Horses. From his stable in Normandy, France, Simon became the first non-French national to earn the Brevet Professionnel and become a Trainer and Examiner for the La Fédération Française d’Equitation (FFE) and now coaches […]

Eventing 101 with Phillip Dutton

Phillip Dutton is a six-time olympian and is easily one of the top eventers in the world. Very active on the U.S. eventing circuit, Phillip won the USEA Leading Rider of the Year title in 1998, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 and 2012. In 2005, he was also named […]

Unstoppable Performance with Wren Blae Zimmerman

Wren Blae Zimmerman has sights set on making the USEF Show Jumping Ranking list, becoming the first blind show jumper to compete at the top level, and eventually competing in the Paralympic Games. Wren’s mission is to change the perception about what the blind and visually impaired are capable of through raising awareness, understanding, and […]

Putting in the Work with Missy Clark

Also listen on: iTUNES | SPOTIFY No magic- just hard work, consistency, and love for the sport is the winning combination for extremely successful North Run trainer, Missy Clark. Missy has been an integral part of the hunter/jumper community. With the help of her training program, North Run has produced a massive list of successful […]

Getting a Feel for the Jump with Geoff Teall

Long time Hunter/Jumper trainer, rider, and large R-rated judge Geoff Teall joins The Equestrian Podcast to talk about all things horse showing, practice, finding the right distance, and more. As a member of many equestrian boards and committees such as USHJA, US Equestrian, American Hunter Jumper Foundation, and the Maclay Equitation Committee, Geoff has great […]

Working With The Horse’s Brain with Janet Jones

Janet Jones is both a brain scientist and horse woman who knows how to work with the horse’s brain instead of against it. Recently Janet came out with her new book, Horse Brian Human Brain, which talks about the connection between how horses learn and perceive information. Janet’s research on human brain function won UCLA’s […]