Isha and Raina Swani are among the top junior riders in the nation. It takes a lot of dedication and planning to work through their schedule and in this episode they talk all about the pro's and con's of balancing life as a junior hunter rider. This is a really fun episode because I got to interview the girls in-person (at home in Jacksonville, FL) after I gave them their daily riding lessons!
Host Bethany Lee has her first solo episode to talk about her story of how she went from young rider to professional trainer and the girl behind My Equestrian Style and the Equestrian Podcast... as well as the insecurities along the way. Stay until the end for 3 tips to overcome young professional comparison and unrealistic standards!
Mike Tomlinson, DVM, MBA is a top vet who participates in a vast variety of disciplines around the world. We wanted him on the podcast to chat about horse shows, drugs and WEG... have a listen!
Alan Davies is the world's most famous Super Groom! Best known for the iconic dressage duo: Charlotte Dujardin and Valegro. Alan talks chats about his crazy life as a professional groom and what that all entails; including what products he uses and how he learned all of his best secrets!
Britt Sabbah is a pony eventing rider, US Equestrian Ambassador and Noelle Floyd's Influencer of the Year all while being a new mom! This lady can do it all- so I wanted to find out just how. Listen in to find out!
Chris Sorensen is the owner and head trainer at Sorensen Stables based in The Netherlands and Wellington, Florida. In addition to an international show jumping competitor and trainer, Chris is an expert at sourcing and producing high-performance hunter, jumper and equitation horses. Listen in to gain loads of knowledge in the hunter/jumper world. Chris will be on again in a later episode to answer any questions that stemmed from this episode. You can submit a question at www.myequestrianstyle.com/episode/chrissorensen.
Anna Buffini is a top U25 Dressage rider who goes after her dreams hard. She has won The Young Rider National Championship and the North American National Championship Team Gold in 2014, won 1st and 2nd in the U25 Grand Prix National Championship in 2016 and won the U25 Nations Cup Team Gold and Freestyle in 2017. Listen in as we go through her journey!
Karina Harris talks about what a "middle-sized" equestrian is, what it's like to be one, and the pressure she feels from society and loved ones to change her appearance. She also discusses how she is able to balance riding, a job, and her blog.