Amazing Horse Country
Episode 8 - Chip and Relational Horsemanship

Episode 8 - Chip and Relational Horsemanship

June 13, 2020

A Minicast?  We're working on a new production coming up where Chip and I encounter a werewolf.  It's crazy, I know!  So here is a little bit about Chip and our style of horsemanship.

What does relational horsemanship mean?  How do we relate to horses?  And how can that take our riding to new heights?  Check it out.

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Our fun and upbeat intro song is Celtic Union by Terry Devine-King and Adam Drake.

Episode 7 - Saddle Fitting

Episode 7 - Saddle Fitting

May 28, 2020

It is important to every horse that the saddle fits comfortably. It's also important to you that your horse be able to perform athletically and pain-free.  Joining me is equine bio-mechanics expert, Jody Schulze McMann.  In addition to her extensive practical knowledge of equine body work, Jody is also skilled in saddle-fitting.  In this episode Jody shares some of the principal considerations when evaluating a saddle for fit.

P.S.  About the audio quality.  We recorded it on a working ranch and you can hear machinery and lots ambient noise.  All part of the atmosphere :)

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Our fun and upbeat intro song is Celtic Union by Terry Devine-King and Adam Drake.

Episode 6 - The False Consensus Effect

Episode 6 - The False Consensus Effect

May 14, 2020

We make sense of the world using the information we have and our personal beliefs and values. We also have an expectation that everyone we interact with shares those beliefs and values. It’s called the False Consensus Effect. We even do this with horses, which leads to frustration. The good news is that we can move beyond that with a little understanding.  Check it out.

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Our fun and upbeat intro song is Celtic Union by Terry Devine-King and Adam Drake.

This podcast features Acoustic Breeze by Benjamin Tissot of Bensound.com.

Episode 5 - Sir Isaac Newton and Horse Training

Episode 5 - Sir Isaac Newton and Horse Training

April 30, 2020

What does Sir Isaac Newton have to do with horse training? Well, his 3rd law of motion is tied in to how you ride your horse in some very obvious ways that you likely haven’t thought about – but when you do it might change how you ride from now on. So lets explore!

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Enjoy!

 

Our fun and upbeat intro song is Celtic Union by Terry Devine-King and Adam Drake.

Episode 4 - Equine Body Work

Episode 4 - Equine Body Work

April 16, 2020

Introducing Jody Schulze McMann, owner/operator of Broken Spur Equine Therapy.  Jody excels in her role as a therapeutic practitioner and mentor.  She'll be joining us for several episodes throughout the year discussing a variety of topics from saddle fitting to equine bio-mechanics to the different modalities of equine therapy.  In this episode Jody answers many questions that are commonly asked about equine therapy.  

Jody and I have co-taught clinics in the past where she has instructed in bio-mechanics.  I'm always fascinated by the depth of her knowledge, and privileged to call her a good friend.

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Scott Phillips

Amazing Horse Country

 

Our fun and upbeat intro song is Celtic Union by Terry Devine-King and Adam Drake.

Episode 3 - Meandering

Episode 3 - Meandering

April 16, 2020

Horses are an incredible animal that communicate primarily through energy and empathy.  How can we connect with that?  In this episode, I head out into the pasture, hang out with my horses and share my thoughts.

 

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Enjoy!

 

Our fun and upbeat intro song is Celtic Union by Terry Devine-King and Adam Drake.

Episode 2 - Horse Sense

Episode 2 - Horse Sense

April 15, 2020

Is horse sense sensible, nonsense, or common sense?

Do horses have the ability to sense things more easily and accurately than humans, and if so, how?  And better yet, can we make use of their abilities? Like the saying goes, two minds are better than one. I’d like to share some personal examples and my thoughts on what I consider an incredible asset offered you by your horse.

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Enjoy!

 

Our fun and upbeat intro song is Celtic Union by Terry Devine-King and Adam Drake.

Welcome to the Amazing Horse Country Podcast

Welcome to the Amazing Horse Country Podcast

February 15, 2020

Welcome to Amazing Horse Country.  We're a horse and people training facility located in beautiful central Alberta, Canada.

I'm Scott Phillips.

I develop and teach a unique style of horsemanship that is positive and supportive for both horses and riders.  Like our logo says, we are about Inspiring Connection and Creating Success.  Our clients come from every corner of the horse world: from those new to horses to advanced English and Western riders.  

We're about sharing knowledge, helping horses and riders and having fun.  We do that through a variety of clinics at our ranch and abroad, and online programs including webinars, 1-on-1 with Scott and Horsemanship Mentor programs....and of course...

This podcast!  Which you'll find is all about sharing knowledge and having fun with horses. Our official launch date is April 15 - make sure you tune in!

Thanks for joining us!

Scott

 

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Our fun and upbeat intro song is Celtic Union by Terry Devine-King and Adam Drake.