Practical Horseman Debuts New Podcast

Practical Horseman launches first podcast with legendary George Morris.
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March 20, 2019--For the first time in its brand history, Practical Horseman has launched a podcast which features conversations with respected riders, industry leaders and horse care experts to inform and inspire listeners. Co-hosted by Practical Horseman editors Sandra Oliynyk, Emily Daily and Jocelyn Pierce, the podcast will run every other Friday.

Our first episode is with the legendary George Morris, who sets the scene for the conversation: “I’ve never been the best rider. I’ve never been a Nick Skelton. I’ve never been a McLain. I’ve never been a Kent. Never. But I never lowered my standards with horsemanship. And that’s my secret.”

In the podcast, Morris touches on several topics from his early years as a timid rider, to his love of dressage, to the American Forward riding system. He discusses the challenges he sees in today’s sporthorse industry, shares one exercise he thinks riders need to work on more and speaks fondly about favorite horses, including one who was a catalyst for a competitive-riding comeback in the 1980s.

Also in the podcast lineup are conversations with the sport’s elite including Margie Goldstein-Engle, Anne Kursinski, William Fox-Pitt, Buck Davidson and more. Listen on Apple Podcasts/iTunes, SoundCloud or Stitcher to subscribe and take our podcast with you on the go.

About Practical Horseman

True to its name, Practical Horseman provides hands-on, instructive articles on riding and training, horse care and competition for riders in dressage, eventing, hunters and jumpers. Clearly written, skillfully photographed step-by-step articles bring the expertise of top riders and trainers to the magazine’s readers. Profiles and features create a sense of community, from top professionals to dedicated amateurs. Valuable information also can be found on its website PracticalHorsemanMag.com and its social-media channels, including Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest.

About Active Interest Media, Inc.
One of the world’s largest enthusiast media companies, Active Interest Media produces leading consumer and trade events, websites, magazines, and films and TV shows that reach 40 million readers, fans and attendees in 85 countries. AIM owns the United States Team Roping Championships and produces the World Series of Team Roping, the second-richest equestrian competition in the world. Our brands include Yoga Journal, Backpacker, SKI, Skiing, Vegetarian Times, Anglers Journal, Yachts International, Sail, Power & Motoryacht, Black Belt, The Team Roping Journal, EQUUS, Practical Horseman, Dressage Today, Horse&Rider, Oxygen, Clean Eating, Log Home Living, Old House Journal, Cabin Living, Woodsmith, Garden Gate and more. The company’s six divisions—the Equine Network, the Home Group, the Healthy Living Group, the Marine Group, the Outdoor Group and the Creative Home Group—also operate thriving B2B platforms, online universities and retail events. Core competencies include lead generation (through our Qualified Buyer Program), marketing services (through our in-house agency, Catapult Creative Labs) and video production; Warren Miller Entertainment is the most successful adventure-film company in history, and AIM Studios is a seven-person unit dedicated to digital video. Active Interest Media’s customers are smart, engaged and loyal, and they look to our brands for trustworthy information and services that will inspire and enable them to enjoy their passions.

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