Welcome to Part 1 of 2
Focused on Rider Health
Endurance Horse Podcast
Created February 3, 2020
Welcome to episode 32 of Endurance Horse Podcast!
Rider health is the topic today & it has been a popular one, not surprising, all of us are riders & all have health to deal with. When it comes to rider health we are referring to an encompassing topic. Today we are chatting about everything from overcoming injures, dealing with illnesses, how horses are therapist and yes, some about riders fitness & emotional health. Guess what? SO many files were sent in I couldn't possibly fit them all into one episode, and believe it or not I am about to leave here in an hour to go do a second interview on this topic!
Honestly I was hesitant to cover this topic, as I know some of it can be hard to hear. It maybe easier to trot through a ride camp world where we all just smile and wave at each other- and not be the tiniest bit aware of what could be going on in the body of the other rider--- though think about how much we pay attention to the health of the rider's horse. I hope this episode does a lot to remind us all that all riders have more to contend with than the weather, the horse and the trail.
Cheers to the first episode of 2020!
Jenna Corsiatto North Dakota, USA
Kim Fosler Illinois, USA
Keep ‘em Covered Rump Rugs
Christina Hyke Wisconsin, USA
Mandy Blankenship Kentucky, USA
Jen Moore Wisconsin, USA
Jenny Chandler Waikato, New Zealand
Courtney Krueger Tennesee, USA
Lindy Griffith Florida, USA
Charlie, Sandy's horse who helped heal her heart.
Sandy Sickles Wisconsin, USA
Creator of Endurance Horse Podcast
Christina ‘Send me files’ Hyke Wisconsin, USA
Christina Hyke, creator of Endurance Horse Podcast, lives in southern Wisconsin with her sweet husband, Jim. Chris is an equine & pet photographer, and Ride Manager of WARHORSE Endurance. She has always loved the trails and spent every moment she could riding since before she could walk. It was the love of covering miles through beautiful territory on good horses that inspired her to create a podcast about it to share stories with other riders from around the world.
From riding this summer, here is a photograph of my sleepy Harlyne with Faith, and then also a photo that Jim took of our lovely Baily.
Cheers & Happy Trails!