Gymnastic Bodywork with Sal Salvetti, Equine Massage Therapist
Sal is best known for his work on dressage horses. However, he also has significant experience working on sport horses of all disciplines. He enjoys professional relationships with top dressage riders and trainers in America, as well as some in Europe, and has excellent relationships with most of the top competition veterinarians in the United States.
15 Jun 2013
Grand Prix Trainer, Judge, and Long Time Dressage Sport Mentor, Elizabeth Madlener
Ask and you shall receive! Fans often write in asking for HorseGirlTV to interview this or that person. A fan wrote in over the summer asking us to interview Elizabeth Madlener and here you go! Elizabeth is a well-known Grand Prix level trainer, instructor and competitor, a USEF "S" judge since 1980, USDF "L" faculty member, Dressage Today contributor, and former President and CEO of the Maryland Horse Center. Elizabeth is currently based in the Southern Maryland area, but travels frequently across the country as a clinician and judge.
1 Oct 2010
Top Facility At Texas Rose Horse Park
Texas is about all things grand and the Texas Rose Horse Park is no exception. We meet Kimberly Brunson at the Texas Rose Horse Park to learn about their facility, its events and their future plans for expansion.
1 Oct 2008
Angelea Gets Back On Track
Angelea was fortunate enough to meet up with Bo Lofvander from Back on Track down in Wellington learn about their innovative and highly effective products.
15 Jun 2012
Most Popular Podcasts
The Path To The Olympics With Heather Blitz And Paragon
Heather is a dressage trainer and clinician currently based in Wellington, Florida and was the alternate with her life long partner (Heather picked Paragon's mom and dad and find out his birth! Watch now!) and Paragon for the USA Olympic Dressage Team!
15 Aug 2012
High Tech Innovations In Horse Sport, Part II
HorseGirlTV traveled to Portland, Oregon to visit with Evin and Noah Rattner about high tech innovations in horse sport. Watch Part II of this great series!
1 Apr 2011
Talking Digestive Health With Dr. Frank Pellegrini
Watch and learn as Angelea talks with Frank Pellegrini DVM about digestive health and how when a horse is healthy on the inside it performs and looks better on the outside!
15 Mar 2012
Innovative Riding Breeches With FITS. It's 2.0!
HorseGirlTV revisits a great friend to the series, Sheryl Rudolph of FITS to find out where they are at now in revolutionizing the technical apparel industry!
15 May 2011
How To Winterize Your Horse
You're probably bringing out your winter layers, checking the fluids in your auto and turning on the heater so it's high time you think about winterizing your horse too! We got some great tips from Absorbine on how to winterize your horse and barn!
15 Oct 2008
High Tech Innovations In Horse Sport
HorseGirlTV traveled to Portland, Oregon to visit with Evin and Noah Rattner about high tech innovations in horse sport.
15 Mar 2011
HorseGirlTV Classics, Developing Your Equestrian Career
Educational and entertaining content is timeless which is why we're launching HorseGirlTV Classics! After producing five years of amazing equine-based content in new media we realized that some of our fan base may have never seen our early years. We take a look back to classic HorseGirlTV webisodes. What was it like grooming for Anky van Grunsven? Let's chat with Tiffany Tyler and find out. In this pilot episode of HorseGirlTV we meet former groom of Anky van Grunsen, Tiffany Tyler and learn some of Anky's grooming secrets! We catch up with Tiffany in Ashland, Oregon where she continues to develop her career in competitive equestrian sports. Tiffany plans to show this season and aspires to compete on an international level in the CDIs.
8 Jan 2011
Pro Active Maintenance To Help Your Horse In The Summer Months
In times of uncertainty we often react by cutting corners to save money. The key to keeping your costs and stress low is proactive maintenance. This is very easily applied to the care of your horse and especially important as the weather gets warmer and you are to ride your healthy and happy horse. Here are a few tips in being proactive for keep your horse healthy and helping enjoy the warmer months!
1 Jul 2011
Founder? You Do NOT Have To Put Your Horse Down!
Founder itself is really nothing more than the health of the hoof being compromised to the point where the coffin bone can no longer remain attached or held secure in it's proper position. Even though this is in simplified terms, the reality of the matter is that it's extremely painful for the horse to endure. But it's not the kiss of death. As humans may have our body parts broken but it's not the end of the world for us either. We can be repaired and so can our horses. It takes time and patience and rehabilitation.
15 Apr 2013
What Is It Like Training Breeding Stallions?
Joyce Heuitink is an international rider and trainer working with Wup, a well-known Dutch stallion of Holland. HorseGirlTV caught up with Joyce in The Netherlands to ask what inspired her to work with a breeding stallion training in the art of dressage.
15 Aug 2010
Part II, Grand Prix Trainer, Judge, and Long Time Dressage Sport Mentor, Elizabeth Madlener
This is part II of our fan driven webisode interview with Elizabeth Madlener! Fans often write in asking for HorseGirlTV to interview this or that person. A fan wrote in over the summer asking us to interview Elizabeth Madlener and here you go! Elizabeth is a well-known Grand Prix level trainer, instructor and competitor, a USEF "S" judge since 1980, USDF "L" faculty member, Dressage Today contributor, and former President and CEO of the Maryland Horse Center. Elizabeth is currently based in the Southern Maryland area, but travels frequently across the country as a clinician and judge.
1 Nov 2010
Mary Bahniuk Lauritsen, From Set To Saddle
Watch as we talk with such an inspiring ambitious and talented young lady, Mary Bahniuk Lauritsen about how she creatively juggles all her projects. Mary Bahniuk Lauritsen is a rider, trainer, and competitor in dressage, a model, a volunteer, a videographer and a slightly ambitious young lady. Mary is based out of her family owned farm, Cadence Farm of Harvard, Massachusetts. She has been actively competing in dressage since she was nine years old and has successfully shown up to Prix St. George. Mary is active within the sport in and out of the saddle.
1 Jan 2011
Meet ThinLine Innovator Elaine Lockhead
Angelea meets up with Elaine Lockhead, creator of the ThinLine Saddle Pad to learn about this unique, one of a kind, innovative technology!
15 Sep 2008
How To Build A Jump
HorseGirlTV gets tons of fan mail with many questions about horse management and training. This was a great question from Ludy in Arizona. Ludy asks, "How do you build a jump?" You'll need some materials including jump cups. Thanks for the question Ludy! Now here's your answer!
1 Aug 2011
Attwood Equestrian Surfaces And Pinnacle Footing
Angelea had the distinct honor of working with Attwood Equestrian Surfaces and the owner of AES took time to travel to HorseGirlTV studios to meet and interview with Angelea! Here's a bit about their highly reputable company: Attwood Equestrian Surfaces has been building quality riding arenas for over fifteen years. AES is the innovator of equine surfaces and Equation, the original dust-free footing. Their background in chemistry, construction, and manufacturing enables AES to research and create carefully balanced products that perform consistently in any climate.
1 Sep 2010
Many of the HorseGirlTV fans have emailed about the manure fork we've used in previous webisodes so we're opting simply to show you all how it works. It's a pretty neat fork that definitely saves on the back breaking work of stall picking. At the farm here in NC, we've been using it for over a year now and enjoy it very much. The innovator that created this fork, Joseph Berto, is located in Oregon and passionate about creating time saving and technologically advanced farm related products. We think the folks handling the Gulf Coast oil spill need to connect with him about his tarball fork to help with the clean up efforts!
15 Jun 2010