Changing Lives With A Horse, (Of Course)!
The Relevance of Considering Welfare From the Equine’s Perspective w/ Gayle Ecker @ Equine Guelph

The Relevance of Considering Welfare From the Equine’s Perspective w/ Gayle Ecker @ Equine Guelph

April 18, 2019

We welcome Gayle Ecker, from Equine Guelph to chat with us about Equine Welfare and the relevance of considering it from the equine’s perspective. Equine Guelph is the horse owner’s Centre at the University of Guelph, supported and overseen by equine industry groups, and dedicated to improving the health and well-being of horses! Discussing equine welfare can be challenging. We have different perspectives and our responses to various issues can often be emotional. Join us!

How to Maintain Equine Welfare on a Small Acreage w/ Jane Hemingway-Mohr

How to Maintain Equine Welfare on a Small Acreage w/ Jane Hemingway-Mohr

April 11, 2019

When it comes to small horse acreages, there’s more stress on feed, more pressure on fencing, more routine maintenance. But with proper management and “know-how”, small acreages can be healthy and productive, and meet your horse’s needs mentally and physically. Join us to chat being responsible for the horse's welfare on small acreages!

How to Build A Relationship With Your Horse w/ Mary Anderson

How to Build A Relationship With Your Horse w/ Mary Anderson

April 3, 2019

Striving for the most natural solutions for the mental and physical wellbeing of the horse is essential and provides huge benefits to your horse’s fitness and emotional stability. Mary is highly knowledgeable in rehabilitative care, foaling, riding, facilitating and instructing with a complete wellness component being the priority at all times.

Connecting With Your Horse on a Whole New Level

Connecting With Your Horse on a Whole New Level

March 28, 2019

Horses are prey animals and unlike us, as humans, we are predators. They're 98% energy based creatures which means that 24 hours a day 7 days a week, they're trying to figure out who's gonna come after them.

“No Foot. No Horse.” w/ Jason Skoog

“No Foot. No Horse.” w/ Jason Skoog

March 21, 2019

Hoof Care focuses on working with the horse, not against them. When it comes to farrier work, it is essential in looking at the horse as a whole. A job well done not only means that the trim is successful and the shoes are well suited and well fit, but the experience has been positive for the horse and he’s a little better because of it.

Making the Wrong Thing Hard and the Right Thing Easy w/ Warwick Schiller

Making the Wrong Thing Hard and the Right Thing Easy w/ Warwick Schiller

March 14, 2019

Understanding “making the wrong thing hard and the right thing easy”, is often hard for us as people, as it is all about allowing the horse to have control. In a sense, as people, we’re control freaks. We want to control the horse, but really in order to get along with horses really well, the first thing we've got to do and it's hard a lot of the time is to give up that need to control the situation. Listen in!

Mindset & Emotional Agility w/ Jane Pike

Mindset & Emotional Agility w/ Jane Pike

March 7, 2019

How do mindset and emotional agility play a role in working with our horses? Learning to manage your mind and emotions not only benefits us but also benefits your horse and Jane Pike from Confident Rider has the key to success with this! Take a listen…

Welcome to Changing Lives With A Horse, (Of Course)!

Welcome to Changing Lives With A Horse, (Of Course)!

February 28, 2019

We all have the answers to our own lives, but sometimes it takes some different ways to get to them. At Equine Connection, that way is with a horse. Yup, you heard it right! Horses can bring out a whole new aspect to learning and bring about all kinds of life changes!