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The Horse & Hound Podcast 36: SEIB Search For A Star winner Lisa Sergeant | Loading horses | News round-up

In our 36th weekly episode of the first series of The Horse & Hound Podcast, SEIB Search For A Star winner Lisa Sergeant talks to H&H showing editor Alex Robinson, where she talks about her experiences of that prestigious championship, 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 rider responsibility in eventing safety, why the public shouldn’t feed horses, and how horse owners and riders can contribute to a greener world. We also welcome back equine trainer Jason Webb, who offers advice on how to best deal with horses that are tricky to load, so you’re ready to take your horse out and about when Government guidelines allow. We hope you will find it useful.

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In episode 36, SEIB Search For A Star winner Lisa Sergeant talks to H&H showing editor Alex Robinson, where she talks about her experiences of that prestigious championship, among other topics

“When they called our name forward, that was bonkers” – Lisa Sergeant on her win in the final aboard Linsford Ear To The Ground

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 rider responsibility in eventing safety, why the public shouldn’t feed horses, and how horse owners and riders can contribute to a greener world.

“Equiratings is now providing data so that riders can easily analyse the percentage chance of them succeeding at a level they might be considering competing at” – Lucy Elder

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 solving your loading problems so you’re ready to take your horse out and about when Government guidelines allow.

“This problem is one of the most frustrating you can come across, particularly when you’ve put in all the training and you want to take your horse out” – Jason Webb

We hope you will enjoy our latest episode and would love to hear your feedback, so please do send your thoughts to pippa.roome@futurenet.com

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