Horse Illustrated kicked off the holiday season right before Thanksgiving with multiple podcast guests and their holiday memories on the seventh episode of The Horse Illustrated Episode of Horses in the Morning podcast, which is released on the Horse Radio Network. Hosts Glenn the Geek, founder of the Horse Radio Network, and Sarah Evers Conrad, Horse Illustrated’s Digital Content Editor, talked to Jason Tice, Executive Director of the Friesian Horse Association North America (FHANA) about the breed; blogger and writer Susan Friedland of Saddle Seeks Horse about her blogging adventures; and style expert Raquel Lynn about how to have a horsey holiday. This episode was presented by Title Sponsor Straight Arrow Products. To listen in and to learn more about the guests, visit www.horseillustrated.com/podcast7.
Jason Tice has been the Executive Director for the Friesian Horse Association North America (FHANA) for more than 13 years. He came to FHANA based on his experience with membership management and event planning. Previously, he did event planning for the senior PGA tour on events like the Allianz Championship and the senior LPGA tour on events such as the HyVee classic. Tice has watched the Friesian breed grow in popularity in North America, especially in the world of sport and with the Amish community. Not only can this breed compete at high levels of dressage and driving, but now it is having success in western dressage. Originally from Ames, Iowa, and a graduate of Iowa State University, his interest in horses started when he met his wife, Jessica.
Equestrian author Susan Friedland, founder of the popular blog Saddle Seeks Horse, shares about her blogging adventures, equestrian travel, authentic product reviews and the joys and tribulations of life with Knight—her saintly Thoroughbred, a kissing spine thriver. Friedland’s latest book, Unbridled Creativity: 101 Writing Exercises for the Horse Lover, merges horse themes with creative questions to inspire the riding writer. Recent trending posts on Saddle Seeks Horse have been her horse riding in Ireland series, winter horse riding gear, and horse book reading list recommendations. In addition to collaborating with brands to amplify their online presence, Friedland works with individuals to improve their writing craft, social media savvy and on publishing for the equestrian market.
Raquel Lynn lives in an equestrian neighborhood in Los Angeles with her husband Adam, Paint mare Fira, Mango the Pomeranian and four Silkie chickens. She works from home and runs two blogs: Stable Style and Horses & Heels. She also enjoys freelancing for a handful of popular equine magazines, including Horse Illustrated, Chrome, and Paint Horse Journal. She just recently released her first book, Stable Style: Barn Inspiration for all Equestrians.
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