In our 20th weekly episode of The Horse & Hound Podcast, our showing editor Alex Robinson kicks off by chatting to top showing producer Jayne Ross about her HOYS memories, from her first win at the age of nine to an occasion when things didn’t go according to plan. Jayne also reveals some exciting new horses she is looking forward to bringing out next season. Moving on to the week’s top stories, our senior news writer Lucy Elder and news writer Becky Murray join H&H’s podcast host Pippa Roome to discuss the recent British Showjumping Indoor Championships at Aintree alongside other news. We also welcome back to the podcast vet Ricky Farr, who talks about the typical horsecare challenges that autumn brings and how best to deal with them.
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In episode 20, top showing producer Jayne Ross talks to Alex Robinson about her HOYS memories, including her first win at the age of nine, some incredible moments that she’ll never forget, and some occasions when things didn’t go according to plan. Jayne also talks about some exciting new novice horses she is looking forward to bringing out next season.
“I can still remember the smell from the collecting ring, the sand and the horses – there was something so magical about it and it stayed with me” – Jayne Ross
Our podcast host and magazine editor Pippa Roome is joined by senior news writer Lucy Elder and news writer Becky Murray to discuss the British Showjumping Indoor Championships at Aintree, a new voluntary code of practise for animal sanctuaries in Wales, and whether riders can be fitted for safety equipment including hats and body protectors during the pandemic.
“We all know wearing appropriate safety gear is important, but I think when you hear of accidents and incidents, it’s a good reminder to us all why it’s important to wear it” – Lucy Elder
Returning to the podcast this week is vet Ricky Farr of Farr & Pursey Equine, who talks about the common challenges facing horses at this time of year when their routine changes and how to deal with the problems that can occur as a result.
“It is really important to keep these horses moving, whatever the weather” – Ricky Farr MRCVS
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