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Horse Radio Network Show

The Certified Horsemanship Association Radio Show will be on Horses in the Morning on the third Tuesday of each month at 9 a.m. Eastern Standard Time. Please join us and listen in live! Topics will be based on training riders on how to have safe and effective communication with their horses. Click on hyperlinked dates below to listen to past shows.

 

March 17, 2015 at 9 a.m. Eastern Time - Unique Ways to Work with Your Horse - Horse Agility with Heidi Potter and Tai Chi for Riders with James Shaw.

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Heidi Potter is a full time instructor, trainer, presenter and clinician committed to improving the relationship between horses and their humans. As a Centered Riding® Clinician, Heidi assists students of all disciplines and levels with finding better comfort, confidence and balance in the saddle. In 2012, she became an Accredited Trainer (HAAT) with the International Horse Agility Club. She enjoys sharing this fun and exciting new equine sport by conducting agility play days at home and abroad. As a CHA Master Instructor and Clinician, Heidi helps to ensure education and safety in riding programs and facilities across North America. Combining all of these skills, she has developed her program, “In Harmony With Horses” which helps to establish more safe, enjoyable and mutually respectful interactions between horses and humans. Heidi offers instruction and training throughout the country and at her facility, The New England Center for Horsemanship, located in Southern Vermont. Visit www.HeidiPotter.com for more information.

 

February 2015 - Fear in Riders and Handlers - How to Work Through It with Julie Goodnight and Shellie Carmoney. Sponsored by Revitavet light therapy

 

January 2015 -  Teaching Manners to the Horse and Helping the Handler/Rider with Them  – with Christina Schumacher and Jim McDonald

 

December - Exercises to Establish Rhythm and Balance in Both Horse and Rider with Cheryl Rohnke-Kronsberg and JoAnne Young. Sponsored by Omega Fields - www.omegafields.com


November - Buying or Leasing that First Horse with Jennifer Willey and Teresa Kackert with Patti Colbert and Time to Ride

 

October - The Art of Using "Feel" When You Ride, for Leads, Feeling Diagonals and So Much More!  Guests: JoAnne Young and Cheryl Rohnke-Kronsberg

JoAnne has been teaching riding and training horses for over 40 years, and is happy that she is still learning. Every student and every horse bring fresh challenges that keep life interesting. She has been privileged and blessed beyond her wildest dreams to study with such wonderful instructors as Walter Zettl (dressage coach to Canadian event team when they won bronze at Los Angeles Olympics), Bertin Potter in Germany, Molly Sivewright (FEI judge and past chair of the Fellows of the British Horse Society), Carel Eijkenaar (FEI judge), Eddo Hoestra (F.E.I. Trainer) and Doris Halstead (Physical Therapist and author of "Releasing the Potential: Physical Therapy Modalities for Horse and Rider.” Jo-Anne is the author of the M.A. thesis: "Preparing students for riding instructor certification through college curricula." - See more at: http://cha-ahse.org/store/pages/294/2014_CHA_International_Conference_Speakers.html#sthash.lL2mrXPb.dpuf
JoAnne has been teaching riding and training horses for over 40 years, and is happy that she is still learning. Every student and every horse bring fresh challenges that keep life interesting. She has been privileged and blessed beyond her wildest dreams to study with such wonderful instructors as Walter Zettl (dressage coach to Canadian event team when they won bronze at Los Angeles Olympics), Bertin Potter in Germany, Molly Sivewright (FEI judge and past chair of the Fellows of the British Horse Society), Carel Eijkenaar (FEI judge), Eddo Hoestra (F.E.I. Trainer) and Doris Halstead (Physical Therapist and author of "Releasing the Potential: Physical Therapy Modalities for Horse and Rider.” Jo-Anne is the author of the M.A. thesis: "Preparing students for riding instructor certification through college curricula." - See more at: http://cha-ahse.org/store/pages/294/2014_CHA_International_Conference_Speakers.html#sthash.lL2mrXPb.dpuf
JoAnne has been teaching riding and training horses for over 40 years, and is happy that she is still learning. Every student and every horse bring fresh challenges that keep life interesting. She has been privileged and blessed beyond her wildest dreams to study with such wonderful instructors as Walter Zettl (dressage coach to Canadian event team when they won bronze at Los Angeles Olympics), Bertin Potter in Germany, Molly Sivewright (FEI judge and past chair of the Fellows of the British Horse Society), Carel Eijkenaar (FEI judge), Eddo Hoestra (F.E.I. Trainer) and Doris Halstead (Physical Therapist and author of "Releasing the Potential: Physical Therapy Modalities for Horse and Rider.” Jo-Anne is the author of the M.A. thesis: "Preparing students for riding instructor certification through college curricula." - See more at: http://cha-ahse.org/store/pages/294/2014_CHA_International_Conference_Speakers.html#sthash.lL2mrXPb.dpuf
JoAnne has been teaching riding and training horses for over 40 years, and is happy that she is still learning. Every student and every horse bring fresh challenges that keep life interesting. She has been privileged and blessed beyond her wildest dreams to study with such wonderful instructors as Walter Zettl (dressage coach to Canadian event team when they won bronze at Los Angeles Olympics), Bertin Potter in Germany, Molly Sivewright (FEI judge and past chair of the Fellows of the British Horse Society), Carel Eijkenaar (FEI judge), Eddo Hoestra (F.E.I. Trainer) and Doris Halstead (Physical Therapist and author of "Releasing the Potential: Physical Therapy Modalities for Horse and Rider.” Jo-Anne is the author of the M.A. thesis: "Preparing students for riding instructor certification through college curricula." - See more at: http://cha-ahse.org/store/pages/294/2014_CHA_International_Conference_Speakers.html#sthash.lL2mrXPb.dpuf
JoAnne has been teaching riding and training horses for over 40 years, and is happy that she is still learning. Every student and every horse bring fresh challenges that keep life interesting. She has been privileged and blessed beyond her wildest dreams to study with such wonderful instructors as Walter Zettl (dressage coach to Canadian event team when they won bronze at Los Angeles Olympics), Bertin Potter in Germany, Molly Sivewright (FEI judge and past chair of the Fellows of the British Horse Society), Carel Eijkenaar (FEI judge), Eddo Hoestra (F.E.I. Trainer) and Doris Halstead (Physical Therapist and author of "Releasing the Potential: Physical Therapy Modalities for Horse and Rider.” Jo-Anne is the author of the M.A. thesis: "Preparing students for riding instructor certification through college curricula." - See more at: http://cha-ahse.org/store/pages/294/2014_CHA_International_Conference_Speakers.html#sthash.lL2mrXPb.dpuf
JoAnne has been teaching riding and training horses for over 40 years, and is happy that she is still learning. Every student and every horse bring fresh challenges that keep life interesting. She has been privileged and blessed beyond her wildest dreams to study with such wonderful instructors as Walter Zettl (dressage coach to Canadian event team when they won bronze at Los Angeles Olympics), Bertin Potter in Germany, Molly Sivewright (FEI judge and past chair of the Fellows of the British Horse Society), Carel Eijkenaar (FEI judge), Eddo Hoestra (F.E.I. Trainer) and Doris Halstead (Physical Therapist and author of "Releasing the Potential: Physical Therapy Modalities for Horse and Rider.” Jo-Anne is the author of the M.A. thesis: "Preparing students for riding instructor certification through college curricula." - See more at: http://cha-ahse.org/store/pages/294/2014_CHA_International_Conference_Speakers.html#sthash.lL2mrXPb.dpuf

 

September - The Natural Aids of Riding and How to Use Them Effectively with Tara Reimer and Gerrie Barnes - Sponsored by Omega Fields

 

August Show - Riding Issues with Horses and How to Solve Them with Ken Najorka and Brent Winston

 

July Show - Vaulting - What It Is, How To Do It and How to Incorporate It Into Your Riding Program Sponsored by Sky Line Equine with Patti Skipton and Tammi Gainer

           

June Show - Ground Handling Issues with Horses and How to Solve Them with Jill Montgomery and Dale Rudin. Sponsored by Sterling Back Ground Checks

 

May Show - Training Your Horse for Showing with Ashleigh Hamill and Carla Wennberg. Sponsored by Real Time Equine

 

April show - Pack and Trail Tips Defined - Training Your Horse to Hobble, Picket Line, Highline, etc. With Stan Loewen and Phil Peterson. Sponsored by Revitavet

 

March show - Helping Gaited Horses to Stay in Their Gaits in the Arena and on the Trail with Julie Dillon and Teresa Musgrave. Sponsored by North American Trail Ride Conference - NATRC.org

 

February show - Cantering From Just Starting to Flying Changes and Everything In Between.  Guests - Jody Taylor and Julie Goodnight. Brought to you by Free Ride Western Safety Stirrups

 

January Show - Exercises and Drills for Riders to Do at All Levels  Guests - Tara Gamble adn Teresa Kackert.  Brought to you by RevitaVet 

 

Click on dates above to listen to the shows in the past! 

Click on link below for current month's show 




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