In this exclusive series former US Dressage Chef D’Equipe Jessica Ransehousen continues her autobiography by sharing some behind-the-scenes stories of her life when she stepped down from her international roles to concentrate on training and in particular her involvement with para-equestrians. You can find the full series of episodes right here or download from iTunes to your Smartphone Podcast App. Follow on Twitter @chrisestafford and post your comments on the Facebook page at Chris Stafford Radio.
Archive for July 2014
Sports Psychologist Dr. Inga Wolframm joins me this week to discuss burn out in riders, recognizing the symptoms, accepting the effect and offering solutions for overcoming it to help you enjoy your riding while being realistic about expectations. You can Inga's Blog here, follow her on Facebook and Twitter @IngaWolframm. Post your comments on the Facebook Page at Chris Stafford Radio and Follow on Twitter @chrisestafford.
Pan American dressage team gold and individual silver medalist Heather Blitz invites us to join her and her whippets on her deck to catch up with her latest news which includes Paragon, Ripline, Para-equestrian rider Annie Peavy, and we also hear about plans to drive a F1 car and skydive! It's a not-to-be-missed episode! Be sure to join Heather on Facebook and follow us on Twitter @heatherblitz, @HRHParagon, @IamRipline and @chrisestafford.
NAJYRC Gold Medalist Caroline Chamberlain begins a new series on Youth Dressage in which she will share her journey along with the challenges and lessons that young people face as they strive to make a career in the sport. Catherine will also bring along some friends to join in the discussion. You can follow Catherine on Facebook at Catherine Chamberlain Dressage and follow her on Twitter @cat_rose05. Post your comments on the Facebook Page at Chris Stafford Radio and follow on Twitter @chrisestafford.
In this exclusive series former US Dressage Chef D’Equipe Jessica Ransehousen continues her autobiography by sharing stories from the 2004 Athens Olympic Games that include observations on the judging. You can find the full series of episodes right here or download from iTunes to your Smartphone Podcast App. Follow on Twitter @chrisestafford and post your comments on the Facebook page at Chris Stafford Radio.
In this continuing series on equine veterinary tips Dr. Jenny Johnson address the grading and characterization of lameness. You can download all episodes in this series on Dr. Johnson’s website at www.oakhillshockwave.com and follow on Facebook at Oakhill Shockwave & Veterinary Chiropractic and on Twitter @DrJennyJohnson.
Sport’s Psychologist Dr. Inga Wolframm is joined by British based Australian eventer and coach Warren Lamperd and British scientist Jane Williams who are carrying out new research into the use of heart rate monitors on modern event horses. You can visit Inga’s website at ingawolframm.com and visit us on Facebook at Rider Psychology and Chris Stafford Radio. Follow us on Twitter @ingawolframm, @warrenlamperd and @chrisestafford.
Irish equestrian journalist Louise Parkes brings us news of the European jumping scene including the Furusiyya FEI Nations Cup and how the current top form of so many combinations makes the upcoming Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games in Normandy hard to predict as to who will make the final four. You can find more FEI news here and the full results of the Nations Cup Series here. Visit the World Equestrian Games here. Follow along on Twitter @chrisestafford.
Australian Olympian Vicki Roycroft offers her thoughts on the combinations named to the World Equestrian Games squad later this summer. She also has a training tip about the rider's aids, and some observations on tennis too. Visit Vicki's website here. Follow me on Twitter @chrisestafford.
Former US Dressage Chef D’Equipe, Olympian and trainer Jessica Ransehousen continues her autobiography as she reflects on the 2002 World Equestrian Games in Jerez de la Frontera, Spain, All of this series is available for download on iTunes and on Podcast Apps on your SmartPhone. You can post your comments on the Facebook Page at Chris Stafford Radio and follow on Twitter @chrisestafford.
Liz Ireland is the founder of StreamHorseTV which launched on July 1st with the purpose of providing a central portal for streaming live content of equestrian events around the world. Visit their website at www.streamhorsetv.com. Follow us on Twitter @streamhorsetv and @chrisestafford.
Former US Dressage Chef D’Equipe Jessica Ransehousen continues her autobiography as she reflects on the 2000 Sydney Olympic Games and the final shows for the short-listed riders in Europe before they shipped to Australia. All of this series is available for download on iTunes.
Our resident Sports Psychologist Dr. Inga Wolframm explains why rest and recuperation is all important to riders both amateurs and professionals and why we should give ourselves permission to take some down time to recharge the batteries. Visit Inga’s website for information on individual consultations at ingawolframm.com and visit us on Facebook at Rider Psychology and Chris Stafford Radio. Follow us on Twitter @ingawolframm and @chrisestafford.