Yes, showing is fun – but have you ever dreamed of going on an adventure with your horse? Susanne Maeder from Switzerland is doing that on a regular basis. She explores the Alps with her Quarter Horse.
Our new series “New Faces” is intended to introduce people who are fairly new to our industry and to connect people. In this part, we’d like to introduce Crazy Pony Inc., a group of people that recently caught attention on Instagram because they started a contest in which they were looking for a show name for their new mare by The Rock. We talked to the people behind the “crazy” name.
Uff, so langsam sind alle ein wenig erschöpft – die Corona-Krise strapaziert unsere Nerven, die Motivation sinkt. Judith Wagner ist Trainerin und Coach und gibt in der aktuellen Podcast-Folge Tipps, wie man mit einem Motivationstief umgeht, was man tun kann, wenn einem die Lust auf das Reiten komplett vergangen ist und welche Rolle Social Media bei dem Ganzen spielt.
It’s time for another part of our series “Introducing Designers”. This time, we have talked to Avril Wilson of Collection 33 from the UK.
In this episode, we’re talking to Isabell Perkins of Horse Show Stunners, a consignment store for show clothing. Isabell told us about herself, new trends and what to purchase if you’re on a budget.
It can be one of the most frustrating things if you are a newcomer: You are early to your class and have to wait for a loooong time. Or worse: You get stressed, because nothing works out as planned and you are late. Scenarios like that are the reason why most big barns have routines – getting ready for a class works like a well-oiled machine. We talked to three Amateur riders on how they handle getting ready for a class.
Unsere zweite Podcast-Episode ist draußen! Dieses Mal auf deutsch und mit Claudia Wichtmann von CC Showhorses. Wir sprechen über die schönen Momente der Allroundzucht, aber auch über Schattenseiten, über den “Aachen-Blues” und wie Vermarktung vor Facebook und Instagram funktioniert hat.
It looks like a dance, two souls guided by an invisible bond – that is the ultimate goal in Showmanship. Whereas in other events, riders can rely on cues with their legs, voice, a bridle and the impact of shifting their weight in the saddle, Showmanship exhibitors only have a little chain – and ideally, it looks like they’re not even using that. But what does it take to create that picture? We have talked to a World class trainer, Jenny Jordan, and three successful European Amateur exhibitors about the first steps of the event and how to ultimately master that skilled dance that high-class Showmanship is.
A few weeks ago, we asked our followers whether they’d be interested in a TSL podcast. Most of them said yes – if the quality of the audio was okay. That is why we figured, we’d create a tentative version and let everyone listen and decide whether they like it or not. In our first episode, we talked to Jadasa Jablonowski aka Dasi who is a multiple Congress Champion about showing in the US as a European.
It’s a little object. Maybe a plastic bottle or a pink balloon. But your horse reacts as if the thing is about to kill it. Sounds familiar? Usually, every equestrian has been in such a situation where they ask themselves whatever is going on inside their horse’s head. But the good news is: You can work on that. We have talked to Swiss trainer Linda Johansson about her way of making horses “bombproof”.