The First Live Morning Show for the Horse Addicted

The first live morning show with an equine theme. A light, lively, entertaining daily look at the horse world and the people in it. Hosted by Glenn the Geek and Jamie Jennings and produced by Coach Jenn. (see hosts bio). The show will include entertaining conversation, out of the ordinary guests, numerous regular horse related segments, listener call in, contests, giveaways and so much more.

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HITM for 12-17-2014 – Saddle Fitting Advice, Christmas Fun Facts, Dujardin Wins Olympia Grand Prix, The Two Lisa’s

On today’s show Justin from Total Saddle Fit has the when and why of having your saddle fit checked by a pro. In the middle of the show one holiday themed list and one list of why horse gals are awesome get the laugh track going, and finishing up Lisa Kelly truck driver and horse gal chats with Lisa Kelly singer. Listen in…

HITM for 12-16-2014 by Certified Horsemanship Assoc. & Omega Fields – Balance & Rhythm with JoAnne Young, Cheryl Rohnke-Kronsberg

On this month’s Certified Horsemanship Association training episode by Omega Fields JoAnn Young and Cheryl Rohnke-Kronsberg talk about balance and rhythm exercises for horse and rider. Listen in…

HITM for 12-15-2014 by Omega Alpha Equine – Most Expensive Horses EVER, Goat Mug, Pantomime Horse Racing, T’was the Night Before Christmas Eventing Version

On today’s Omega Alpha Equine edition Jamie & Glenn cover the latest and greatest Kickstarter projects featuring a new twist on the emergency beacon for horse people and a travel mug that we really believe didn’t need inventing. A list of the most expensive horses ever takes us into the break, after which Wylie from Horse Nation reads T’was The Night Before Christmas Eventing Edition. Listen in..

HITM for 12-12-2014 by Kentucky Performance Products – Skydiving Anyone, Elisa’s Eventing Mustangs, 90 Proof Poo

On today’s Kentucky Performance Products Festive edition we chat about how to give a skydiving lesson as a gift. Yea, you can do that! Elisa Wallace stops by to give Jamie grief about not getting a Mustang yet and brag on her newest in from the wild equine Hwin. Bad Ads features 90 Proof Poop, Easy Peasy the Mule and several old fast horses. Listen in…

HITM for 12-11-2014 – Mary Kitzmiller – Lay Down Step by Step, Sean Patrick Less Can Be More, Wylene Wilson’s Handle

On today’s inaugural training with Mary Kitzmiller episode we learn about how to teach a horse to lay down on command safely and without a rope, Sean Patrick has the low down the best reason to come to Florida in January ever and Wylene Wilson puts a handle on a horse. Listen in…

HITM for 12-10-2014 – Shetland Ponies Go Viral, Senior Horse Care, Why Ride on the Right?

On today’s show Horse & Country TV has the top trending stories from Europe, Rutgers Equine Science Centers covers senior horse care and Glenn & Jamie shred some horse-y headlines. Listen in…

HITM for 12-09-2014 – Endurance Day – Winter Riding Tips, An Endurance Transplant, AERC Rule Changes

Endurance Day with Karen Chaton opens with several helpful hints for riding in cold wet weather. Next up we hear the heart warming story of two gals who got to be friends through their shared love of endurance riding and now share something truly amazing. Rounding out the show Susie Schomburg goes over the latest AERC rule changes. Listen in…

HITM for 12-08-2014 by Omega Alpha Equine – Champion Fighter Jet , Mona Names That Holiday Tune, What’s Under Wylie’s Tree?

On today’s Omega Alpha Equine edition Jamie recounts her weekend at a local hunter schooling show and Glenn offers up a record number of Daily Whinnies. Mid show auditor Mona brings her ‘A’ game for a holiday name that tune contest, and gets left alone in the room for her troubles. Wylie from Horse Nation sings her own tune, literally. Listen in..

HITM for 12-05-2014 by Kentucky Performance Products – Working Equids in Africa, Polydactyl Belgian Colt, BIG Mare

On today’s Kentucky Performance Products Festive edition Stephanie Church, editor-in-chief of stops by to tell us about the research going on to help working donkeys, horses and their owners in Africa. Kicking up the smart factor of the show Dr. Park of Park Equine Hospital in Kentucky tells us about the mysterious case of the five legged horse. Bad Ads features a whitish painted kind of pony and a BIG mare to trade for a tea cup pig. Listen in…

HITM for 12-04-2014 with Road To The Horse: Remuda Revealed, Dan Keen, James Cooler, Trick Rider Ginger Duke

On today’s Road to the Horse episode the Four Sixes Remuda is revealed and Tammy has a favorite already. We get updates from Dan Keen and James Cooler on their RTTH horses and Ginger Duke talks about how the opening ceremony comes together. Listen in…

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