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  • 01:24

    NATCHEZ TRACE Horse Camp and Tips for the Trail on SADDLE UP AMERICA!

    in Entertainment

    Tues. May 12th Noon CST on EQUESTRIAN LEGACY RADIO'S Saddle Up America!


    Tips for the Trail with ROBERT "TRAILMEISTER" EVERSOLE and an interesting visit to "STINKIN JIM'S HORSE CAMP" .  You'll love the story behind the name to this great Horse Camp, located just feet off the historic Natchez Trace Parkway in Houston MS, as we visit with owner JAMES PETTIT.


    Join GARY HOLT and co-host TINA MAE WEBER every Tuesday at Noon CST with entertaining guest and valuable information for the Trail Rider.  We take you across the country to visit great riding destinations at Horse Campgrounds and Guest Ranches that you'll want to add to your "Bucket List"


    SADDLE UP AMERICA! is brought to you by Trailguard 24 hour Roadside Assistance Learn more about Trailguard at www.trailguard.org
    And by Trailhead Supply your Source for the Best Camping Gear, Horse Packing Equipment & Horse Riding Gear. 
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    EQUESTRIAN LEGACY RADIO is Heard Around the World on our FREE Mobile App and Online at www.equestrianlegacy.net

  • 01:00

    Exploring America's founding fathers and the Whiskey Trail

    in Travel

    Join World Footprints as we explore American History through the voices and houses of the country's Founding Fathers with award-winning author Myron Magnet.  In his book, The Founders at Home: The Building of America, 1735 - 1817, Magnet says that among all of our founders accomplishments the American Revolution has been the country's only enduring success. We are also going to review American History from another angle--America's Whiskey Trail.   Saturday Evening Post contributor Todd Pitock will take us to the birth places of America's native spirit. Finally, we will revisit our coverage of the Sochi Paralympic Games with a post script segment.  You will meet another favorite of the Games when we introduce two-time Silver Medalist Mark Bathum and his guide Cade Yamamoto.  Mark and Cade won their medals in the Men's Super G and Super Combined Alpine events for the visually impaired.

  • 00:32

    Mushing Rado: The Iditarod Trail

    in Pets

    Join hosts Robert Forto and Alex Stein as they talk about the first third of the Iditarod Trail. 


    On our bi-weekly show on Mushing Radio we talk about the history of the sport and the history of the Iditarod.


    Mushing Radio is part of the Dog Works Radio Network.

  • 01:32

    Ride Arkansas & Trail Safety on Equestrian Legacy Radio's SADDLE UP AMERICA!

    in Entertainment

    Ride Arkansas & Trail Safety on Equestrian Legacy Radio's SADDLE UP AMERICA!


    Tues. April 14th Noon CST


    GARY HOLT and co-host TINA MAE WEBER visit with the "Trailmeister" ROBERT EVERSOLE.  What happens when bad things happen to good people...what you need to know and have with you when trail accidents happen...and yes, they can happen to even the most experienced rider.


    We take a tour of IDLE NOOK HORSE CAMP with owner MITZI STEVENS and ride the beautiful OUACHITA NATIONAL FOREST in "The Natural State" Arkansas.  Another great horsecamp and riding destination  for your "bucket list"


    SADDLE UP AMERICA! is brought to you by Trailhead Supply your Source for the Best Camping Gear, Horse Packing Equipment & Horse Riding Gear. 
    Learn more about Trailhead Supply at www.trailheadsupply.com
    EQUESTRIAN LEGACY RADIO is Heard Around the World on our FREE Mobile App and Online at www.equestrianlegacy.net

  • 01:02

    PWN 2015.4.3: 30 Days of Advocacy Against Witch-Hunts w/ Damon Leff

    in News

    Damon Leff of the Pagan Rights Alliance (South Africa) and Touchstone Advocacy joins RevKess and KaliSara during the 8th annual 30 Days of Advocacy Against Witch Hunts. The persecution of "witches" in South Africa and elsewhere around the world is real. The majority of the victims of these witch hunts are old women and young children. Damon will talk about the history of this program and the impact that it has had in South Africa as well as what the persecutions are about.


    The Inquisition and the Salem Witch Craze are far behind us in Europe and North America, but the danger of their legacy exist to this day. Find out what these modern day witch hunts are and how they are having dangerous effects on the people persecuted.


    This is Damon's third visit with the Pagan Weekly News. He joined Zaracon and RevKess in 2012 and 2013. Zaracon may join in the discussion.

  • 00:37

    Breastfeeding Advocacy anytime, any place?

    in Women

    Why do we have so much contraversy around Breastfeeding?  One of the reasons is the way women's bosies have been objectified and subjectified.  Showing women's nipples in public has such shame attached to it - as Janet Jackson found out at the Super bowl when her nipple slipped out of her top.  Women are covering their babies in a quest to cover themselves while breastfeeding in public - almost seems like a step backwards in liberating ourselves.  Advocacy plays an important role in liberating us from taboos that no longer serve us.  Today we talk breastfeeding & advocacy with Derek Forgie, a Canadian comedian and active advocate for breastfeeding and a whole lot more!  He posted a very passionate rant entitled "Superbowl vs My Wifes Breasts" that went viral.  You will hear it here but it's a must to watch https://www.facebook.com/video.php?v=10153051548929836

  • 02:00

    Choose your weapon: Social Advocacy vs Economic Empowerment

    in Lifestyle

    On this episode of Life Full Circle Radio, we will discuss the overall methods of change. Is it best to use social advocacy, economic empowerment or both.


    We've have just came out of Black History Month and the commmeration of #Selma50. At the same time we have the issues of the #SAE racist rants, another #Ferguson shooting and The killing of #TonyRobinson in Madison, WI. Our country seems to be a powder keg right now, with a short fuse. All this is going on while our economy is rebounding. Most of America is simply watching this unrest like a movie on TV, instead of it being many peoples lives.


    We will talk about this convergance of Social Advocacy and Economic Empowerment with Anthony Butler from the E3 Business Group. 

  • 00:49

    Cynthia Maclusky - Parent Advocacy Success Story

    in Family

    Cynthia is an active member of the autism community. She has a son who, through biomedical and therapeutic means, lost his diagnosis of autism and is a typical 16 years old.  Cynthia was one of the seven mom’s who lobbied successfully for Steven’s Law that requires insurance companies to cover autism in the state of Arizona. She has written articles for Autism File, spoken nationally, produced a documentary on co morbid medical conditions, been interviewed by local news, Lifetime TV, Good Morning America and appeared with her son in The New York Times Magazine this last summer. She is the Vice President of Autism Society of Greater Phoenix. Currently, she is helping to run legislation on restrain and seclusion in this legislative session.  She is also working with a group of lawyers to help parents with children with autism access good medical care with private insurance companies and using EPSDT to access appropriate care through Medicaid.


    All Autism Talk (allautismtalk.com) is sponsored by Autism Spectrum Therapies (autismtherapies.com) and Trellis Services (trellisservices.com) and Learn It Systems (learnitsystems.com)

  • 00:31

    Mushing Radio: The Iditarod Trail

    in Pets

    Join hosts Robert Forto and Alex Stein as they bring you Mushing Radio.


    Mushing Radio is part of the Dog Works Radio Network.

  • 01:10

    Legacy of a Nation History: Who Was On The Trail Of Tears?

    in History

    Were there more than just the Native Americans that were moved out west? What about us?

  • 00:21

    Milling About The Urban Wine Trail

    in Entertainment

    Milling About visits the Urban Wine Trail in Santa Barbara's Funk Zone. Our first stop is Cottonwood Canyon (www.cottonwoodcanyon.com) hosted by Randy. Known for their Pinot Noir, it's the first winery in Santa Barbara county to be put in caves; 6,000 square feet to keep the temperature and humidity constant for fine wines. They also have a European style 2001 Pinot with hints of earthy peat moss, mushroom truffle, caramel smoke and then the berries (in that order). Randy says their 'slap upside the head' perfect prime rib Syrah has red licorice and plum flavors. And their dessert Syrah comes with instructions to go perfectly with chocolate.


    Our next stop is the Santa Barbara Winery (www.sbwinery.com) hosted by Shai. It's the oldest winery in the Funk Zone. Their white wine is produced on the premises and their reds are done at Lafond vineyards in the Santa Rita hills. Their Pinot Gris has aromatics of granny smith apple and green pear; Shai recommends it as a cocktail wine. Their Reislings have different levels of sweetness to the amount of alcohol; the less sugar goes well with spicy thai and the sweeter wine is described as a cheesecake dessert.


    Our last stop is Riverbench Winery (www.riverbench.com) known for their sparkling wines; hosted by Cassie. Their Blanc de Blanc has notes of apple, kiwi and a toastiness that is attributed to an unfortunate fire but lends itself to a delicious smokey flavor. Check out their Valentine's Day mixer with a never before tasted Pinot and game night where you can taste wine and challenge yourself to Twister!