The Horse & Hound Podcast: episode three – Natasha Baker | Vet advice: lameness examinations | News round-up

  • Welcome to the third weekly episode of The Horse & Hound podcast, in which our news team discuss the key stories of the week, we interview para dressage sensation Natasha Baker and vet Ricky Farr talks about the use of lameness sensor systems...

    Now live is episode three of The Horse & Hound Podcast, our exciting new audio service available every Thursday for subscribers to our H&H Plus service, for which a free trial is available.

    Each week the podcast will be a hosted by a member of the H&H editorial team and include an interview with a top name and a panel discussion about the topics of the moment, plus expert advice from equine vet Ricky Farr MRCVS.

    In our third episode of The Horse & Hound Podcast, our host H&H’s magazine editor Pippa Roome chats to H&H news editor Eleanor Jones and senior news writer Lucy Elder about this week’s top stories including increasing diversity in UK equestrian sport and how racing has negotiated its way through returning to action behind closed doors.

    This week’s interview is hosted by H&H dressage editor Polly Bryan, who chats to multi-medal-winning para dressage rider Natasha Baker about coping with lockdown, how she got into commentating, her exciting new ride and her plans for Tokyo 2021.

    We also hear from equine vet Ricky Farr MRCVS, who this week is talking about lameness and the benefits that lameness sensor systems can offer, while not replacing the need for an expert veterinary eye. We hope you will enjoy it.

    H&H Plus podcast: episode three

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