“Horse Industry Podcast”: Free, New Podcast for Horse Lovers

Podcast hosts Regina Schinker and Lynn Cool grew up together with a passion for the horse industry. Throughout their entire lives, they have lived and breathed the lifestyle from 4-H beginnings to World Championships. Their new Horse Industry Podcast brings the lifetime of adventures and the industry they love to life. They invite listeners to join them weekly to learn a little, laugh a little and enjoy the Horse Industry Podcast as they explore the “stories of the industry.”

In their most recent episode, Regina and Lynn talked about crimes in the horse industry, starting with some small crimes and working their way up to one of the biggest crimes in all of the horse industry, Rita Crundwell.

Upcoming episodes will include the murder of AQHA-exhibitor Larry McNabney, King Ranch, the disappearance of Helen Brach, interviews with participants from the Paint World Championship Show, tips for healthy eating at horse shows, and many more topics!

 Horse Industry Podcast is available on Anchor by Spotify. To access the podcast: https://anchor.fm/horse-industry-podcast

Co-Host Dr. Regina Schinker 

When palomino pony Buttercup arrived at Regina’s home on September 15, 1977 (yes, she remembers the exact date), a lifelong love of horses began. Through the years, Regina has shown 4-H, Open, PHBA, AMHR/ASPC, AQHA, PtHA, and APHA. She has earned multiple World Titles. In the 80s and 90s, Regina and her parents raised, trained, and showed stock-type overo Pinto ponies on the PtHA circuit.

In 1991-1992, Regina represented the Pinto Horse Association as Miss Pinto of America.

In recent years, Regina has shown in the amateur classes at both Pinto and Paint horse shows. She currently follows her daughter on the APHA circuit. Lila shows in the all-around and is an AjPHA National Director.

Regina has her Ph.D. in Educational Leadership, Organizational Analysis. She has worked in higher education administration, instructional design, and as a professor for over a decade.

Regina and her husband, Chris, live on ancestral land along the St. Joseph River in Michigan. On their small farm, they spend time with their dogs, barn cats, horses, and Brahma show chickens.

Their oldest daughter Loryn lives and works in Washington D.C. Their son, Luke is a high

schooler and plays football, basketball, and baseball. Besides showing horses, daughter Lila also plays basketball and volleyball. The entire family is involved in creating and protecting habitat for the migrating Monarch butterfly on their farm.

Co-Host Lynn Cool

Lynn has been passionate about the horse industry her entire life. Lynn grew up with a purebred barnyard Shetland and eventually upgraded to an Indian pony. Showing 4-H and the occasional breed show as a teenager Lynn always dreamed of showing at the national level.

In the mid 80’s and 90’s Lynn worked along with her husband, Kevin, to manage Cool Performance Horses. They helped several youth and amateur horseman reach their dreams of state and national titles in various disciplines.

Kevin and Lynn took a break from horses for several years to raise their son’s, Ty and Wyatt. Both boys were active in athletics and showing livestock. In particular, cattle and show pigs. The Cools are still very active in the livestock industry operating Cool Cattle Company. After many years with no horses Kevin has recently purchased a cutting horse and is chasing titles himself.

For over 20 years, Lynn has held various sales and business development roles in the medical device industry. She has won numerous sales awards in a highly competitive environment. She is currently a Corporate Accounts Manager for a leading medical device manufacturer. Lynn graduated from Spring Arbor University with a BA, Management and Organizational Development. The Cools reside in Mendon, MI.

Contact Regina and Lynn at hiphipodcast@gmail.com

 

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