Hosts Michaela and Nichole sit down with your favorite Western horse trainers and people they've discovered who have interesting stories to share.
➞ Warwick Schiller's Performance Horsemanship: Australian clinician and reiner Warwick Schiller lives in Hollister, California. He’s an NRHA reserve world champion and represented Australia at the 2010 and 2018 FEI World Equestrian Games. He solves horse problems by changing the rider’s perspective. Listen to this episode to learn more about Warwick.
➞ Aging Horsewomen Intl. TM: The name of the Facebook group is Aging Horsewomen Intl. and they welcome all women—because if you're alive, then you're aging. This group is just like a family, so much so that Facebook reached out for them to participate in the "More Together" campaign. These women are inspiring and truly doing work to provide a home for horsewomen online.
➞ Taylor Singmaster: Taylor is a jack of all trades—and master of all—in the equine industry. When Taylor isn't running her own business, she is teaching horseback riding and horsemanship lessons in the South Bay Area of California, instructing therapeutic riding at BOK Ranch, volunteering at Heroes and Horses, or coaching the Stanford IHSA and AEL Western Equestrian Teams.
➞ Molly Powell Productions: 10x National Finals Rodeo qualifier Molly Powell talks about her mare Pecan. You'd never know from the list of accomplishments—or her height for that matter, she's 15 hands tall—that Pecan was part pony. While this episode focuses in on Molly's special horse—and even has a few tears—the interview also chats about breeding standards, what makes a winning horse, and everything in between. You don't have to be a barrel racer to appreciate this interview.