Eclectic Conversations – For the Love of the Horse with Mark Rashid

Emily and Mark Rashid discussed his latest book, For the Love of the Horse, which was inspired by the thirtieth anniversary of his first book, Considering the Horse which has sold over a million and a half copies worldwide. They also discussed the impact of his mentor’s teachings on his approach to horse training. One […]

Home Clinic with Bryan Neubert by Pat Gleeson

The Gang – Left to Right -Pat Gleeson, Curtis and Lee Vossler, Craig and Camille Reesor, Steve Haines, Greg Garvie, Jane Angeles, Patti Dunne and Bryan Neubert   “Let’s see what you got,” said in Bryan’s enthusiastic and inimitable style. Thus begins 5 days of an adventure discovering what you really have got at a […]

Eclectic Conversations – Tom Dorrance More Than a Horseman with Jim Overstreet

Tom Dorrance – More Than A Horseman is a unique collection of memories and anecdotes about the man who inspires us to more thoughtful horsemanship decades after his passing. Now in its second printing this wildly popular title is the jumping off point for conversations about Tom and horsemanship between Eclectic Horseman Magazine publisher Emily Kitching […]

International Dispatches – Andrew Turnbull

Welcome to another kind of Eclectic Conversation; a chance to get to know horsemanship instructors from around the world. The term dispatch means “the sending of someone or something to a destination or for a purpose.” So the term seems to me to fit the collection of interviews with students from around the world who […]

International Dispatches – Carlos Mancera Esquivel

Welcome to another kind of Eclectic Conversation; a chance to get to know horsemanship instructors from around the world. The term dispatch means “the sending of someone or something to a destination or for a purpose.” So the term seems to me to fit the collection of interviews with students from around the world who […]

International Dispatches – Eduardo Borba

Eduardo shared his experiences in the horse business, emphasizing his journey from breaking horses for friends to promoting a more empathetic method of horse training in Brazil. He discussed his trips to the United States, where he met influential figures in the industry. He also highlighted the importance of self-discovery and learning from others in […]

International Dispatches – Mandy Jam

Welcome to another kind of Eclectic Conversation; a chance to get to know horsemanship instructors from around the world. The term dispatch means “the sending of someone or something to a destination or for a purpose.” So the term seems to me to fit the collection of interviews with students from around the world who […]

Eclectic Conversations – “A Horse’s Thought” By Tom Moates

Emily and Tom had a detailed conversation about Tom’s book A Horse’s Thought. They discuss the personal significance of the book, the impact of the feedback received, and the importance of honest storytelling. They also touched upon the philosophical aspects of the book series, the role of horseman Harry Whitney, and the potential of the […]

Second Annual Stockmanship Challenge and Clinic

In 2022 a unique contest was hosted by Malcolm and Jenny MacLean at the Pincher Creek Rodeo Grounds in Alberta, Canada, in conjunction with a stockmanship school to introduce people to the low-stress livestock handling methods developed by Bud Williams. The school and competition were well received so the goal was to make this an […]

Making Circles by Barney Nelson

Emily and Barney Nelson discuss, “Making Circles – The Memoir of a Cowboy Journalist”. They explored the cowboy way of life, its sacrifices, and the skills it instills. Barney emphasized the importance of storytelling in conveying complex ideas and shared insights about the diverse group of individuals she knew. They also discussed the importance of […]

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