Susan Kayne, founder of the thoroughbred rescue Unbridled Thoroughbreds, begins by talking about what can be done to help ex-race horses and other unwanted horses. She goes on to describe the initial training involved in re-homing off-the-track-thoroughbreds. Links and Resources Susan Kayne's web site http://www.susankayne.com/home.html Tiny brine shrimps may help power large-scale motion of the ocean, US study shows https://www.nature.com/articles/s41586-018-0044-z Memoir of
Susan Kayne, the founder of Unbridled Thoroughbreds, an organization that rescues off-the-track thoroughbreds talks about her work. This interview is a bit of a change from usual focus on training theory, but as you’ll hear in part 2 of this interview, an understanding of horses, behavior, and training is a must when you are working with many of the horses that end up in horse rescues. In Part 1 Susan outlines the problem, and in Part 2 we will pivot away from the grim statis
As we continue our discussion with Manda Scott, the podcast begins with the question - what do you do with your manure pile? It isn't just how do you get rid of unsightly piles around your barn. How do you use it to regenerate your fields? It's a win-win situation. Healthier pastures are good for your horses and for the planet.
Manda Scott takes us through the basics of maintaining healthy, sustainable pastures. We can not only grow healthier pastures for our horses, we can sequester carbon to help the planet. It's a win-win.