New Equestrian Podcast Released 

The Equestrian Pulse Podcast is a new show from equestrian bloggers discussing current topics in the horse world. This podcast was founded by three international bloggers Heather Wallace of The Timid Rider (USA), Andrea Parker of The Sand Arena Ballerina (AUS) and Louise Dando of In Due Horse (UK/FRA) to discuss a wide variety of topics including confidence, horsemanship, health, and trending events important to horse lovers across all disciplines.

Heather Wallace of The Timid Rider is a returning adult equestrian, equine sports massage therapist, and author writing about confidence in and out of the saddle. Andrea Parker of The Sand Arena Ballerina is a dressage rider and dietician based in Queensland, Australia. Louise Dando writes In Due Horse, a horse girl’s lifestyle blog. She is a Brit now based in France talking about all things horsey.

Upcoming episodes include an interview with Raquel Lynn of Horses & Heels and Stable Style, Challenging Yourself in and Out of the Saddle, Beginning Clicker Training, Tips on Moving to a New Barn, and much more.

Are you interested in being interviewed? Please complete the form and you may be contacted to appear on the podcast. Sponsorship opportunities are available as well as product reviews and sponsored blog posts. Please inquire for details to equestrianpulse@gmail.com.

About the Equestrian Pulse Podcast
The Equestrian Pulse Podcast takes the pulse of the global equestrian community. A podcast by international bloggers Heather Wallace (The Timid Rider), Andrea Parker (The Sand Arena Ballerina), and Louise Dando (In Due Horse) to discuss and interview brands and equestrians regarding nutrition and fitness, trends, horsemanship, and confidence amongst all disciplines. Listen on Buzzsprout, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, and iHeartRadio. Follow us on Instagram @equestrianpulse and Facebook @equestrianpulsepodcast.

Contact: Heather Wallace
Ph: 732-784-7195
Em: equestrianpulse@gmail.com

 

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