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Listen live on Sunday, September 28th from 5pm-6:30pm (EST) to hear singer/songwriter Templeton Thompson perform in front of a live audience in memory of Sandy Lovato, founder of Stampede of Dreams Therapeutic Riding Program. Donations can be made in Sandy's memory by visiting StampedeOfDreams.org. All proceeds will go to Stampede of Dreams Winter Horse Care Fund. Donation information will be mentioned live several times throughout the broadcast. Make sure you also check out Templeton and her music by clicking here!
THURS. DEC 11th NOON CST on EQUESTRIAN LEGACY RADIO'S CAMPFIRE CAFE'
GARY HOLT welcomes TEMPLETON THOMPSON back to the Campfire Cafe'. We'll talk about Templeton's latest project and share this talented artist music...sure to put you in the Christmas spirit!
DARLEY NEWMAN is the Emmy Award winning host of the popular PBS series Equitrekking.
Darley will share some of her favorite riding destinations and we learn about what goes on behind the scenes of her award winning show.
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Thurs. Aug. 28th Noon CST on EQUESTRIAN LEGACY RADIO
Host GARY HOLT welcome singer/songwriter TEMPLETON THOMPSON, Mustang Million winner MARY MILLER JORDAN and AMERICAN HORSEWOMAN'S CHALLENGE creator JIM "HUTCH" HUTCHINS to the Campfire Cafe' to talk about this exciting, first of it's kind New Competition featuring some of the most outstanding and talented Women Horse Trainers in the world.
The AMERICAN HORSEWOMAN'S CHALLENGE" Finals takes place OCT. 3-5 in GUTHRIE OK
Jim "Hutch" Hutchins will tell us how the "American Horsewoman's Challenge" was created and what we can expect to see. Mary Miller Jordan will talk to us about her journey to her selection as a competitor for the finals and Templeton Thompson will provide the music for todays show and the "American Horsewoman's Challenge".
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Real Sisters Talk puts on their dancin' boots and welcomes Nashville singer/songwriter Templeton Thompson to the family table for a fun conversaton jam-packed with her music.
Templeton is the real deal--a country cowgirl through and through. She's written songs for superstars such as Reba McEntire, Jo Dee Messina and Little Texas, and her song, "Settle Down Cinderella," is featured in the movie, Dr. Doolittle 3. She'll tell us how it was working with Reba.
Templeton has several albums and this is a HUGE week for her having just released her smokin' hot music video, When I Get That Pony Rode directed by award-winning director, Cindy Meehl.
Join us as we have a conversation with this sister of the heart, Templeton Thompson.
*Music from the CDs Songs From Seven Clinics and Girls and Horses. and Reba McEntire's, Where You End and I Begin, from So Good Together.
GARY HOLT welcomes singer/song writer TEMPLETON THOMPSON and Back Country Horsemen of America's RANDY RASMUSSEN to EQUESTRIAN LEGACY RADIO.
Templeton joins us around the "Campfire Cafe'" as we talk about her music and her life with horses.
Randy joins us for an open line discussion on the future of our Horse Trails and the publics role in maintaining and preserving our continued use of public lands. Call in with your questions and comments this Thursday at Noon CST.
Templeton Thompson joins Becca Salamone to talk about her Nashville music career and her involvement with horses, as well as how her horses are a part of her musical career. Templeton talks about her CD's, one of them being Girls and Horses, featuring the song of the same name. Templeton also talks about her upcoming performances in Alabama, at Wine, Women, and Song at Crow Mountain Guest Ranch, November 10th, and at the Alabama Horse Fair, January 19-20, 2013, in Montgomery, Alabama.
Frankie and Torrie have special guest Singer Songwriter Templeton Thompson stops by to talk about her new album project Icy Blue Heart
This was also a big week in racing with the Hall Of Fame, Legends Race at Arlington Park along with other major races held there and abroad. We want to open up for calls to Jockey World Members to ask questions with anything discussed in our forums.
Thurs. April 2nd at HIGH NOON CST... TEMPLETON *LIVE* Plus INDIGO BLUE on Equestrian Legacy Radio's CAMPFIRE CAFE'
GARY HOLT and BOBBI JEAN BELL welcome the incredibly talented singer/songwriter and horsewoman TEMPLETON THOMPSON to share her music and conversation on this week's CAMPFIRE CAFE'
"BLUEMANIA" is happening April 18th in the heart of Kentuckys bluegrass....HOLLY SCHROEDER found her "Dream Horse" in INDIGO BLUE...learn more about her dreams, the horse and how this weekend her passion translates into helping children with disabilities!
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Join us as Sister Jenna welcomes Author Laurie Ann Thompson to the America Meditating Radio Show!
"I write for children and young adults, opening up hearts and minds and engaging both toward understanding and improving our complex world. Sometimes, getting lost in a good book can be just the thing we need to finally find ourselves." - Author Laurie Ann Thompson
Author Laurie Ann Thompson grew up in rural northern Wisconsin. A former software engineer, she now writes for children and young adults to help her readers--and herself--make better sense of the world we live in so they can contribute to making it a better place for all of us. She strives to write non-fiction that gives wings to active imaginations and fiction that taps into our universal human truths.
Laurie’s books include, "Be a Changemaker: How to Start Something That Matters," "Emmanuel’s Dream," a picture book biography about Emmanuel Ofosu Yeboah, who changed Ghana's perception of people with disabilities; and "My Dog is the Best," an adorable picture book about the unconditional love that exists between a child and a family pet. Laurie is a member of the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators. Visit lauriethompson.com.
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TECH- TALK with Kingsley Meyer, Mike Thompson, and Duane Rigsby. Our world has made great strides in technology with an ever growing variety of different digital devices. Kingsley, Mike and Duane (each with over 25 years’ experience in using, fixing and upgrading,) will discuss different kinds of mobile devices: phones, tablets, and laptops. They will give the pros / cons on how certain devices can best meet the needs of students and those in the working world. They will look at the different operating systems such as Android, iOS, Windows, Kindle Fire HD, and blackberry. Likewise, they will highlight how individuals can acquire different and popular ‘apps’ and accessories available in today’s market. And finally, discussion will surround upfront and hidden costs of owning today’s mobile devices.
Join me for a conversation with Mary Reynolds Thompson, author of Reclaiming the Wild Soul. Come on a journey into Earth’s five great landscapes and explore them as aspects of our deeper, wilder selves. Where the inner and outer worlds meet, we discover the silence and simplicity of deserts, the mystery of forests, the flow of oceans and rivers, the inspiration of mountains, and the regenerative spirit of the grasslands. These are “soulscapes” revealing the beauty and magnificence of our own true nature, providing us with a path of personal transformation aligned with the healing of the wild Earth. This interview originally aired on Empower Radio.