A Learner's Journey

#62 Ross Jacobs on the Limits of Lateral Flexion and Lessons from a Finnish farmer

It was a delight to talk with Ross Jacobs, a gifted horseman and dedicated clinician based in Australia. His background as a medical researcher brought critical thinking and experimentation to his horsemanship. In this conversation we explore a wide range of topics including the limits of lateral...

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#60 Beth Moran on Equine Trail Sports- what it is, who it's for and how to get started

Beth Moran is the Director of Events for Equine Trail Sports. In our interview she shares more about the sport, who it's for and how to get started with it. 

Due to a mystery I haven't been able to figure out yet, the video had some serious glitches so this interview is available to listen...

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#58 Linda Parelli on Setting Boundaries and Choosing Happiness

Linda is one of the most inspirational people I've ever met. It's the one year anniversary of A Learner's Journey podcast and she's joining me for a second time (you can find a link to our first interview below). In this conversation we dive into a variety of topics, including the importance of...

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#54 A Conversation with Russell Higgins on Trailer Loading and Turning your Can'ts into How's

Russell Higgins is a gifted horseman who has been teaching people and starting horses since 1999. In this conversation we dive into trailer loading, an injury that almost cost him his riding career and how to turn your can'ts into how's.

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#50 Lessons as a Protege: A Conversation with Courtney Crane

Courtney Crane has been Linda Parelli's protege for 3.5 years. Those years have been rich in lessons in horsemanship and life. In this conversation she shares several of these lessons with us- she's super fun and inspiring to listen to. 

Due to a poor internet connection, the interview is...

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#48 A Conversation with Lillan Rome: Frustration and the Importance of Authenticity

I had so much fun talking with Lillan Rome of LR Horsemanship. Her enthusiasm and joy for learning and horses is so evident! We explore a fresh take on frustration, lessons from the competition world, and how horses respond to authenticity.

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#46 Preparing for the Mongol Derby- A Conversation with Lena Haug

The Mongol Derby is the longest horse race on the planet. Join me as I visit with Lena Haug, one of this year's riders to talk about how she's preparing for the greatest adventure of her life.

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