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Join Becca Salamone as she talks with Alabama POA Club President Lydia Gove about the breed called Pony of the Americas, their annual activities and shows, and her experience with POA's over the years at KS's Pony Farm in Moulton, Alabama. Lydia also shares some of the reasons POA's make such good children's mounts as well as explains the unique events POA's compete in. Listen to Lydia's horse story Tuesday, October 21, 2014, at 8:00 AM CST on Alabama Horse Talk Radio.
Also enjoy the music of country singer/songwriter Brent Harrison, an Alabama native living in Nashville, Tennessee, and brother of Melodye Harrison Drinkard of Central Alabama Horse Club.
Join Becca Salamone as she talks with River Run Farms owner Kelly Montgomery about her upcoming move to the old Metzger property in the Chelsea/Westover area of Alabama. She talks all about the renovations and the amenities the new property will offer the equine community. As well, Montgomery talks about the family-friendly nature of her barn and its emphasis on youth. She speaks about the wisdom she has gained over the years in training kids and how important working with horses is to our youth. Listen to Kelly's horse story Tuesday, October 14, 8:00 am CST on Alabama Horse Talk Radio.
Join Becca Salamone as she talks with Equine Massage Therapist Cherry Baldridge of The Healing Touch about her career as an equine massage therapist, the benefits of massage for horses and their owners, and the school she has started to train others in this up and coming equine services field. Cherry has already graduated several students from Cherry Baldridge's Equine Massage Therapy Program, who have gone on to practice both here in Alabama and in other states. She speaks of the book she has written as well. Listen to Cherry Baldridge's horse story Tuesday, October 7, 2014, at 8:00 am CST on Alabama Horse Talk Radio.
Also enjoy the music of Nevada Slim and Cimarron Sue from their Westerners album, a top 5 finalist for the Western Music Association Traditional Album of the Year in 2010. One of the tracks from the album, Show Me Mister, was a finalist for the Western Writers of America Spur Award, 2011 Best Western Song. For more info:
Join Becca Salamone as she talks with Ruth Jeffers, Vice President of Jeffers Equine, Pet, and Livestock about the origins of their family-based business, their growth over the years and their product offerings. As well, Ruth discusses their current technology initiatives, including her new blog called Life According to Ruth that is hosted on the Jeffers website. Finally, she offers advice for those individuals and organizations in the equine world seeking sponsorships. Listen to Ruth Jeffers' horse story, Tuesday, September 30, 8:00 am CST on Alabama Horse Talk Radio.
This week Alabama Horse Talk Radio will also feature the music of Western Music Artist John Bergstrom, and John will join Becca to talk about his music and his passion for playing western style tunes.
We are thankful here at the SHOW for SEC Commish Mike Slive and the great things he has done with College Football's best conference and wish him a great retirement. As a parting gift we'd like to offer our services to him and the conference. To SHOW our respect we will be giving everyone of you in the FATHead Nation a little taste of the awesome changes we would make to the conference to make it even better than it is. You know you want this and so do we! Join us as we give you at least ten reasons why we should be the next commissioners of the SEC!
Join Becca Salamone as she talks with Cole Bigbee, President of Running P Ropes and Salesman at Bigbee Steel Buildings, about Cole's involvement with his family businesses. As well, Cole talks about the upcoming Biggest East of the Mississippi Team Roping, put on by Beverly Robbins at Longhorn R Arena and orginially started by his grandfather, Perry Bigbee. Cole has recently qualified for The American semifinals, and he discusses ropes and team roping, too. Listen to Cole's horse story Tuesday, September 23, 8:00 am CST on Alabama Horse Talk Radio
This is the second installment of my 2014 college football previews. I will preview the Southeastern Conference with Alabama alum/SEC elitist Sedrick Hall. Among the topics to be covered:
1) Has Auburn ursurped Alabama as the king of the SEC?
2) Does SEC finally have company with the Pac-12 and ACC?
3) Can LSU contend in the SEC West?
4) Can ANYONE in the SEC East contend with the teams in the West?
5) Will Florida bounce back?
6) Is Tennessee back?
7) Will the SEC own the College Football Playoff?
We will review Florida State/Notre Dame, Alabama/Texas A&M, and any other games of note. We'll also ask our panelists to weigh in on the College Football Playoff and which teams they would put in at this point in the season. We'll also talk Alabama vs. Tennessee, Ole Miss vs. LSU and the rest of the SEC football weekend.
Each week our panelists will pick the best SEC game(s) of the week as well as highlight other notable NCAA games around the nation. This is a football podcast for those who like to discuss the X's and O's of the games.
Blowout weekend in the SEC leaves some with sore egos and sore rear ends.
A&M and Kentucky got beat down, as Alabama, LSU, South Carolina, Ole Miss, and Missouri cruised to comfortable wins.
This week, expect full spread mayhem, Lane Kiffin returning to Knoxville is the marquee storyline, and our hosts Cody McClure and Ronnie Hagood have skin in the game. Hear our resident Tennessee and Alabama fans set the table for the weekend.
Call in and talk with the guys at 929-477-1392.
Hosted by the "J&J Junction", Johnny Horton and J.R. Koeijmans breakdown Texas A&M's crushing defeat to Alabama 59-0.
What is going on with the offensive line that was supposed to be the best in the SEC?
Why has the running game for A&M suddenly become non-existent?
Should the Aggies bench Kenny Hill in favor of Kyle Allen?
How does this team finish out things the rest of the year?
What coaching changes need to be made at the end of the season?
What does this do for recruiting momentum?
Join Becca Salamone as she talks with Jim Hutchins, owner of Northwest Natural Horsemanship Center and founder of the American Horsewoman's Challenge, about his experience with horses, his starting up of a natural horsemanship center at a time when the concept of natural horsemanship did not even have a name, and the upcoming American Horsewoman's Challenge, designed to show off the talents or skills of female horse trainers across North America. He shares what folks can expect at this first annual competition in Guthrie, Oklahoma, October 3-5, at Lazy E Arena, as well as future goals and plans for the event, including plans to take it international! The two Alabama competitors are also mentioned: Lauren Henny and Mirka Pitts. Listen to Hutch's horse story Tuesday, September 16, at 8:00 am CST on Alabama Horse Talk Radio or later on archive. . .
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