Practical Horseman Podcast Features More Top Riders in Second Year
The Practical Horseman Podcast is kicking off its second year with new episodes. After a successful first year with illustrious guests such as Jim Wofford, Anne Kursinski, William Fox-Pitt, Boyd Martin and Laura Kraut, the Practical Horseman staff is excited to bring listeners more top-notch guests to share their horse-world experiences in 2020, including Olympic show jumper Eric Navet, contenders in the Longines FEI Jumping World Cup™ North American League Karl Cook and Brian Moggre and USHJA International Hunter Derby rider Hannah Isop.
The podcast, which features conversations with respected riders, industry leaders and horse-care experts to inform and inspire listeners, is co-hosted by Practical Horseman editors Sandra Oliynyk and Jocelyn Pierce and runs every other Friday.
“So many of our Practical Horseman readers are on the go, so we wanted to create another way for them to take in information,” explained Practical Horseman’s Managing Editor Jocelyn Pierce. “We think a podcast is a great way for listeners to hear directly from the experts in the industry.”
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About Practical Horseman
Practical Horseman provides hands-on, instructive information on riding, training and horse care as well as insights about competition and top riders in dressage, eventing, hunters and jumpers through a variety of channels. In the magazine, clearly written, skillfully photographed step-by-step articles bring the expertise of top riders and trainers to the magazine’s goal-oriented readers. Training and health advice is also delivered via its web site, PracticalHorsemanMag.com; on its social-media channels, including Facebook and Instagram; and through weekly digital newsletters. Its podcast features illustrious guests sharing their horse-world experiences.