In our 35th weekly episode of the first series of The Horse & Hound Podcast, Piggy March’s travelling groom Amy Phillips talks to H&H magazine editor Pippa Roome, where they discuss how she got into the industry and the ups and downs of her job, among other topics. Moving on to the week’s top news stories, our news editor Eleanor Jones, senior news writer Lucy Elder and news writer Becky Murray join Pippa to discuss Brexit, business interruption insurance and event horse ownership models. We also welcome back equine trainer Jason Webb, who offers advice on how to best deal with spooky horses. We hope you will find it useful.
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In episode 35, Amy Phillips, supergroom to Badminton winner Piggy March, talks to H&H magazine editor Pippa Roome, where they discuss how she got into the industry and the ups and downs of her job, among other topics.
“It’s definitely a job you have to do because you love it — it’s a lifestyle rather than just a job” – Amy Phillips on her role as travelling groom to Piggy March
H&H podcast host Pippa Roome is joined by H&H news editor Eleanor Jones, senior news writer Lucy Elder and news writer Becky Murray to discuss Brexit, business interruption insurance and event horse ownership models.
“It’s about trying to make owning an event horse more accessible” – Eleanor Jones on the various models of event horse ownership becoming available
In this week’s advice section we hear from horse trainer Jason Webb, who specialises in starting your horses and retraining those with problems. Jason talks about how to best deal with spooky horses.
“Spooking is a common problem for a very good reason — it’s a survival insinct” – Jason Webb
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