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A podcast focused on careers in the equine industry. Hear from professionals across the horse industry about their career path and how horses remain a part of their every day lives. Know someone that would be great to interview? Have questions you'd like answers on the podcast? Email us at beyondthesaddlepodcast@gmail.com.


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Travis Burns is an Associate Professor of Practice in the department of Large Animal Clinical Sciences at the Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine at Virginia Tech. Travis is a Certified Journeyman Farrier with Therapeutic and Educator Endorsements from the American Farrier’s Association. He is also a Fellow in the Worshipful Company of Farriers from the United Kingdom. Travis has served the American Farrier’s Association in the past as President, regional director, chairman of the education committee, and tester. He currently serves as an examiner for the association’s certification program.Tune in to learn about the American Farrier's Association, and the importance of using a certified farrier. Learn more about the AFA now by visiting americanfarriers.org/! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Stacey is a travel expert, blogger, hiker, and rider who has worked in the adventure travel business since 2003. Her Active Riding Trips is the premier provider of world-class equestrian vacations in over 17 countries, and her commitment to offering only the best experiences for avid horseback riding enthusiasts includes personally inspecting each trip to assure the best in services, personal comfort and amenities.Tune in to be transported to Peru and Africa as Stacey shares some of her favorite trips as well as her advice on how to land your dream job. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Whitney Allen is the President of American Horse Publications(AHP) and has been on the board since 2009. Whitney is a '98 graduate of Centenary University's equine science program and holds a Master’s degree in Sports Management from the University of Kentucky. She began working for the United States Hunter Jumper Association (USHJA) in 2005 and is currently the Managing Director of Sponsorship and Advertising. Originally from Pennsylvania, she lives in Lexington, KY with her husband and two dogs.Whitney's resume is impressive, but she also relates to the horse-crazy girl that lives in all of us. Tune in for a fun conversation! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Michelle Bonds realized her passion for horses as an undergrad at Murray State University and never looked back. That passion led her to a masters in agricultural communications from Oklahoma State University and a career in marketing and communications. As the director of marketing for the Mustang Heritage Foundation, Michelle works to further the Foundation’s mission to help bring more mustangs and burros home by overseeing all marketing and communication efforts.Tune in for an educational episode that gives you an inside look at all of the events, programs, and missions of the Mustang Heritage Foundation including the Extreme Mustang Makeover, the Trainer Incentive Program, and more!This season on Beyond the Saddle: April through June 2021 we dive into the careers of event planners in the equine industry.This episode is brought to you by the Mustang Heritage Foundation. Learn more about their dedication to helping the more than 50,000 wild horses and burros that live in holding today by visiting mustangheritagefoundation.org. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
This bonus episode is a collaboration between Katie Clinebell of Beyond the Saddle Podcast and Denise Alvarez of How to Market Your Horse Business Podcast.When you think of the equine industry, you may think horse trainers, riders and instructors, or barn managers. But there’s a depth to the industry that many don’t even realize. In this episode, you’re going to meet 5 professionals with unique careers in the equine industry plus the practical marketing tip you can learn from each one. You'll get to hear the origin story of how Beyond the Saddle came to be!Learn more about this episode here: https://www.stormlilymarketing.com/post/5-hidden-careers-equine-industry-how-they-crush-marketing-with-katie-clinebell See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Beyond the Saddle host, Katie Clinebell, and guest Megan Berg of Flying M Photography summarize the Makers Season: Episodes 29-34. Tune in to hear highlights of each episode as well as what to look forward to on the podcast next season. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Mary Campbell is the founder of Mare Modern Goods, an equestrian brand whose mission it is to create beautiful, well design products that tell the story of the human-horse connection. Mary lives in Atlanta with her wife, three dogs—Paul, Annie and Albert—and horse, Socorro, fondly known as #themaremare on Instagram.Tune in for an uplifting episode full of entrepreneurship advice, horsey puns, and an inside look at the bright and bold equestrian design destination, Mare Modern Goods.This season on Beyond the Saddle: January through March 2021 we dive into careers that fall within the theme of "Makers" or creatives in the equine industry such as illustrators, photographers, tack makers, and more!This episode is brought to you by the Practical Horseman Podcast which features conversations with respected riders, industry leaders and horse-care experts to inform, educate and inspire. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Kailey Klein is a western artist, self taught leather worker, cowboy gal, mother, and ranch wife. She is the artist and owner behind Magpie West Leather Co. where she creates vibrant one of a kind tooled leather pieces. Kailey lives on a large cow calf operation on the Rocky Mountain front of Montana with her husband and young daughter.Tune in for advice on building a business out of your passion and to hear her take on the importance of passing on tradition to the next generation as an equine industry professional.This season on Beyond the Saddle: January through March 2021 we dive into careers that fall within the theme of "Makers" or creatives in the equine industry such as illustrators, photographers, tack makers, and more!This episode is brought to you by The Ride Podcast by Horse&Rider: your resource to live today’s Western horse life. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Amy Dragoo has been documenting the equine industry for the past 25 years. Located in Eastern Pennsylvania, she is minutes from eventing, dressage and show jumping Olympians. Her work covers everyone from the beginner lesson rider to the those who have represented their country to a pair being accepted into the Century Club. (The Dressage Foundation is given to a horse and rider pair whose combined ages total more than 100 years old, who are able to ride down the center line and perform a dressage test.)She spent 20 years working in daily journalism, rode the hunters and equitation through intercollegiate in college, and still considers herself a rider if she get on for an hour a year.The episode is brought to you by Dressage Today OnDemand. Start watching and get riding at ondemand.dressagetoday.com!Visit our host site, EQUUS Magazine, for a transcription of this episode. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Award-winning freelance equestrian photojournalist Nancy Jaffer produced a weekly horse sports column for The Star-Ledger of New Jersey for 43 years. It was the largest paper in the country to feature such a weekly column about the equestrian scene, in addition to Nancy’s event coverage from competitions around the world.Nancy covered nine Olympics, every World Equestrian Games since they began in 1990 and stand-alone show jumping world championships in 1982 and 1986. She also has written about more than 20 World Cup finals in show jumping and dressage, and reported on the National Finals Rodeo a number of times.After her work with The Star-Ledger wrapped up, Nancy started her own website, www.nancyjaffer.com. She continues to freelance for various websites and publications, including Horse Sport, Practical Horseman and Horse & Hound.She has several books to her credit, including “Riding Through” with Debbie McDonald. and edited the U.S. Equestrian Team Foundation’s “Riding for America” and “Riding for the Team,” which came out in 2019.Tune in to hear Nancy's stories from the most prestigious equestrian competitions in the world and to find out how she forged her own path in a male dominated industry.This season on Beyond the Saddle: January through March 2021 we dive into careers that fall within the theme of "Makers" or creatives in the equine industry such as illustrators, photographers, tack makers, and more!Visit our host site, EQUUS Magazine, for a transcription of this episode. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Dani Powers with Powers Perspective Designs is a barrel racer from South Texas who took a less than conventional approach to her career path. At 28 years old she has launched multiple start-up businesses for others and for herself, joined the US Army Reserves, and turned her passion for painting into a successful brand.Tune into to find out how Dani found her calling to paint on her way to an American qualifying barrel race. Plus get all of the advice she has to give for aspiring entrepreneurs, artists, and equine industry professionals.This season on Beyond the Saddle: January through March 2021 we dive into careers that fall within the theme of "Makers" or creatives in the equine industry such as illustrators, photographers, tack makers, and more!Visit our host site, EQUUS Magazine, for a transcription of this episode.Take our audience survey here. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Joanne Y. Pierce is a world renowned Fine Artist, Illustrator, Teacher, and Entrepreneur. Since she was a small child, Joanne has ridden, dreamed about, and drawn horses, which has always been her favorite subject. One of the greatest pleasures in Joanne’s life is to donate her time and art for the promotion of Alzheimer's research and care, horsemanship, equine rescue, and therapeutic riding programs.Joanne kicks off our season of "Makers" on Beyond the Saddle. Tune into to find out how her love for horses helps her to connect with equine and art enthusiasts all over the world. You might just be inspired to pick up a pencil and start sketching some horses yourself!This season on Beyond the Saddle: January through March 2021 we dive into careers that fall within the theme of "Makers" or creatives in the equine industry such as illustrators, photographers, tack makers, and more!Visit our host site, EQUUS Magazine, for a transcription of this episode. Take our audience survey here. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Melissa Consalvo is the Equine Brand Manager for Nutramax Laboratories, Inc. You may know them best for the products, Cosequin, Welactin, and Proviable. Consalvo shares her journey from vocal jazz to managing equine businesses of her own to landing a position at Nutramax where she works on equine brand strategy, equine product packaging, equine tradeshows, and so much more!This episode is brought to you by Nutramax Veterinary Sciences, Inc. Visit their website to learn more: www.cosequin.com/equine-pellets/ See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
We joined forces with #AskAnnie to bring you a special bonus episode where we reflect on who we’re thankful for. We asked our listeners to submit audio clips, messages, and emails recognizing the individuals who supported them in their equestrian journey. This year has been tough, but we hope that this episode gives you a bit of peace. We challenge you to reach out to the people who support you and tell them how thankful you are for them.We’re thankful for you, our listeners and we want to know more about you. Take our listener survey here! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Rachel Beckham is WeatherBeeta's Products and Customer Marketing Manager for the Northern Hemisphere. She started at WeatherBeeta in the warehouse 21 years ago, maintaining her passion with the equestrian world, having previously competed herself in eventing alongside working as Head Girl for Nigel and Ann Taylor. Outside of WeatherBeeta, Rachel and her family live on a small farm where they share their enthusiasm for the outdoors.During her time at WeatherBeeta, Rachel has been a key part of how the brand has evolved and developed, with the most recent and arguably most exciting development and launch of the WeatherBeeta Green-Tec collection.Tune in to learn more about this globally recognized company and to find out how Rachel's journey led her from an event groom then up the ladder of this product company.This episode is brought to you by WeatherBeeta. Check out their full line of products including the brand new Green-Tec Collection at www.weatherbeeta.com.Take our audience survey here. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Beyond the Saddle host, Katie Clinebell, and AskAnnie podcast host, Annie Kennedy, summarize episodes 20-25. Tune in to hear highlights of each episode as well as what to look forward to on the podcast this fall. Katie also reflects on how far the podcast has come in its first year and gives a sneak peek of what is ahead in the new year.Take our audience survey here. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Bonus content from Beyond the Saddle Episode 25 with professional trick rider, Brandi Phillips. Phillips talks horses - our favorite thing to talk about - by answering two bonus questions: 1) how do you train a trick horse and 2) can you tell us more about your trick riding horses over the years? See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Brandi Phillips served as the featured performer and lead trainer of the Riata Ranch Cowboy Girls from 2003 to the 2016. In her lead role of the world-renowned Western entertainment company, Phillips worked tirelessly both as a center-stage performing headliner and behind the scenes, handling everything from media duties to the training of new students and horses.Recently, Phillips has spent her time in Arizona working for Gillum livestock making rope horses and still trick riding as a solo artist. She has now relocated to Stephenville, Texas to put all of her experiences into something of her own.Tune in to learn what it takes to be a western entertainer and work the rodeo road and to find out how Brandi's talents landed her in front of Queen Elizabeth II!Take our audience survey here. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Tanner Isaacs is the breeding farm manager for Vista Equine Colorado, LLC. Not only does he oversee more than 200 mares and foals, but he also manages the sales prep aspect of their operation preparing quarter horse race horses for yearling select sales as well as the many other disciplines that come to Vista for their expertise from Arabians to reining horses to barrel horses and more. As a graduate of Colorado State University’s College of Agricultural Sciences, Tanner returns to campus often to support and to be a part of the Legends of Ranching Program, the Rodeo Club, and even to guest lecture for the colt starting class. In addition, over the past year Tanner has served as a Director on the Board for the Rocky Mountain Quarter Horse Association's Racing Division.Take our audience survey here. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Captain Lisa Rakes joined the Lexington Police Department in 1990 and served as a patrol officer, mounted police officer and instructor, defensive tactics instructor, recruiter, field training officer, honor guard officer and a member of the emergency response team. Captain Rakes was a member of the Lexington Mounted Police Unit from 1996 until 2013 when she retired to join the Kentucky Horse Park Police.Captain Rakes now leads the Kentucky Horse Park Police who consists of 10 sworn officers and 4 civilian staff members. Captain Rakes has attended and completed numerous clinics and schools in the United States, Canada and London England, to not only improve her equitation and obstacle skills, but to build a better relationship with her horse. She has been a guest instructor and competed in numerous mounted police competitions and events.Tune in to learn more about mounted police work, to hear the inside scoop on what makes a good police horse, and to find out more about the Kentucky Horse Park!Take our audience survey here. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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