Horse Goals: Make the Right Training Plan

New Episode of Ride On with Julie Goodnight Out Now

Julie Goodnight guides listeners through developing a training plan to improve the skills of both horse and rider in the latest episode of the “Horse Goals or Bust!” series of her podcast, Ride On with Julie Goodnight.

“Horse Goals or Bust is a year-long plan-of-attack to help riders accomplish their dreams,” says Goodnight. “I’ve laid out turn-by-turn navigation for any rider intent on achieving their goals, complete with worksheets to help keep them moving.”

Evaluation of the rider’s skills and horse’s training level–and how to interpret those results–are among the discussion points that build to help listeners develop the right training plan.

“Whether their goals are modest or ambitious, it takes time to accomplish anything worthwhile,” says Goodnight.

Goodnight offers manageable monthly steps for listeners, accompanied by free resources to set goals, track fitness for horse and rider, and develop training plans at

Listen to the “Horse Goals or Bust!” episodes of Ride On with Julie Goodnight at, or any podcast app.

About Ride On with Julie Goodnight
The 2022 EQUUS Film & Arts Festival “Winnie” Award winning podcast, Ride On with Julie Goodnight, gives listeners an informed, entertaining perspective on horse training, equestrian sports and having a greater connection with your horse. With over 250,000 downloads and more than 70 episodes to date, the podcast continues to grow in popularity with horse enthusiasts worldwide. Each episode inspires, informs and motivates listeners to achieve new heights in their horsemanship–no matter their level. In the What the Hay? Q&A segment of each episode, Goodnight answers listener-submitted questions with candor, humor and practical advice based on her lifetime of experience with horses.

About Julie Goodnight
Goodnight is the popular host and producer of Horse Master, a successful how-to TV series on handling, riding, and training horses. Goodnight travels extensively sharing her no-nonsense horsemanship with riders of all disciplines. Goodnight is experienced with many kinds of riding—she grew up on the hunter-jumper circuits in Florida and is now at home in the West. She and her husband, Rich Moorhead, live in the mountains near Salida, Colorado, where they enjoy riding the trails and training cow-horses.

Explore Goodnight’s training library of articles, videos and more at


Megan Fischer

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