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In this April Holiday  Special 2021 o the HorseWOMAN's Voice feature three interviews   Teesha Symes - https://youtu.be/m1g-S-HmxQ8 - 3rd generation hardworkin' horsewoman who's been given opportunity through hard work over the years,; specializes in the TLC aspect which is important throughout a horses' career. She gone from the broken down claimers to the upper echelon and is one to watch. Her perspective on women in the Industry are known facts but she's one who's lived it.   Jody Reidel - https://youtu.be/EML9wn77eHw - 2nd generation horsewoman who shared her love of horses growing up with her sister who's also in the business, Jody has seen the changes over the years as a former marshaller delves into more of the entertainment aspect besides the horsemanship. She currently trains her own out East and her special perspectives when comparing the times is one to hear! Allie Skowyra - https://youtu.be/YR8_2cMOOaE - 1st generation self-made horsewoman knows how to manage it all. With two newborns growing up quick, she's currently managing her home stable of boarders/breeders all besides being the mom of two. While her husband handles the racing aspect her insight and outlook is one to hear; an absolute astute and knowledgeable horsewoman who learned the love of horses growing up next to her horsewoman neighbor!   Rose Cushing - 1st generation self-starter and self-made all around horsewoman, breeder and media personality explains her foundation for her humble beginnings until the present as an award-winning horse Industry media-type. She delves into her evolution of the different facets of technology and where it has taken her and her pursuits in the Industry as well as running her own stable and tending to her own family's kids. Her unique perspective(s) about 'today's horsewomen' sets the tone for her new venture Today's Horsewoman, where she delves into her ideas and future plans for this unique podcast and soon to be book!   The next edition of The Horseman's Voice is COMING SOON!  

Here is the latest edition of The HorseWOMAN's Voice for the week of March 15, 2021.   In this edition of The Horseman's Voice:   Jazmin Arnold  Multi-generational extremely deep on both her mom and dad's side(s), Jazmin's name is one to watch, literally. She put herself 'back on da map' last Fall at The Jug with a loose horse that made headlines Internationally! A down-to-Earth horsewoman is learning through hard love and making a name for herself in the Industry as a hard-working horsewoman who simply knows her stuff!   Marianna Monaco  A 2nd generational self-taught and learned all-around horsewoman; this former collegiate golfer applies her regime with horses and she truly defines the word PATIENCE. She's one to follow instructions as well as lead by example - she's also making a name for herself and growing in an Industry she's truly loved since a kid!   Dawnelle Mock  Multi-generational, this family oriented horsewoman takes her passion for the sport and applies it through marketing; she changed her major in college to do what she loves. Throwing events for her horseperson's association, Dawnelle dives right into special events done in conjunction with racetracks and gives insight on the 'promotional mix' and how it can be used effectively!   The next edition of The Horseman's Voice is set for Monday, March 29, 2021.   From Eric Poders, for The Horseman's Voice

In this exclusive edition of The Horseman's Voice we have Freddie Hudson a 3rd generation harness racing driver/trainer extraordinaire and primary host of the Harness Racing Alumni Show talks about his own history of the sport as a little kid and taking over the responsibilites of his father's training stable then starting out on his own from the 1970's.   He then opens up immediately about lobbying efforts he's undertaken with a myriad of people since 2015, how the process works and how important collaboration is with the entire Standardbred Industry.   Freddie then brainstorms several ideas, mostly marketing centric, and gives his viewpoints on the 'State of the Industry' from the past, currently and for the future.   Wishing him the best of luck on his continued lobbying efforts in our nations' capital, Washington, D.C.     The next edition of The Horseman's Voice is set for Monday, March 15, 2021, with three (3) horsewomen, so hold onto your lines - we're going to tap into some really interesting women in the sport from all aspects - new, old, multi-generational; yet they all have their own stories!   The International Source for Harness Racing    The Horseman's Voice

In this edition of The Horseman's Voice:   Randy Moo Randy D Moo Crisler - 3rd generation Driver/Trainer Horseman talks about his roots as Down South horseman and hones in his driving and his strategies as a trainer. He delves into how Southern Boi's may have an advantage due to the extremes they face weather wise as they are literally fearless on the track due to weather's extremes. 'Randy D' also touches upon the charity aspect of the game as one of the 'good guys' known throughout the country whom everyone loves. Jamaal Denson - This UP & COMING former scholarshiped 100 & 200 yard dash sprinter who got injured that cost his 'foot' racing career takes his knowledge of speed and timing and applies it through equine athletes. The nephew of a horseman Down South from Mississippi, Jamaal is a driver to watch evolve after being given a big chance for the 'big dance' by a well-known and respected King - he also explains the fearlessness the Southern Bois' have whilst on the racetrack. His fresh perspective of the sport is something everyone needs to hear! EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW - "The King" Roshun Trigg finally finds a little time from his amazing life and lifestyle as a highly-respected multi-generational horseman, trainer, owner, breeder and more; this literal jack-of-all trades horseman from Down South who really knows how to 'show up' and make things happen BIG TIME in the Industry. With the support and love from his wife and family, 'The King' outshines the competition in the Midwest and truly knows how to promote and put on a show. More to come in the future on his breeding operation and his relationships across the board from this true-blooded horseman,   The next edition of The Horseman's Voice is set for LATER TODAY, Monday, March 1, 2021, so hold onto your lines - a true 'savior' of the sport delves into his own personal history of the sport as well his hard work in preserving and soon to be saving harness racing in the entire US!   The International Source for Harness Racing Facebook App: https://www.FaceBook.com/HorsemansVoice   YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVKGhpC8YwUit0qokiCHiZQ   by Eric Poders, for The Horsemen's Voice

The International Horseman's Voice podcast host, Eric Poders is our guest on this week's Harness Racing Alumni Show. He informs Freddie, Bob & Trade about the difference in racing across the pond as compared to North America. Poders also suggests how our racing in the USA could benefit by adopting some of what the other countries in Europe & Asia are doing. Freddie will be the featured guest on Poder's International Horseman's Voice podcast next week.   From the Harness Racing Alumni Show    

In this edition of The Horseman's Voice: Hangin' with the Cushings' - Husband and wife superhorsepeople duo Mike Cushing & his wife Charlene 'Sherry' Cushing talk about the Winter up North and what they do during downtime. Mike talks about his multi-generational history on both sides of his family as well as his brother Ron and the next 'multi-generational' legacy of Cushings. He also delves into his thoughts and feelings of the fair circuit and its' importance. Sherry delves more into her driving and how being a woman is no different, if not an advantage for all women in the sport due to the competitiveness and grit of horsewomen. ENTREVISTA EXCLUSIVA - Juan Franco - la 1a de las muchas en venir charlas plurilinguísticas con este jinete de Guatemalen de 1a generación que ha pagado sus cuotas y le ha dado respeto a sus compañeros Lations no sólo a nivel local sino nacional y pronto para ser internacional. Agradece a todos los entrenadores que lo han convertido en el jinete que es hoy y se adentra en la equitación todo el mundo le muestra bot dentro y fuera de la pista. EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW - Juan Franco - the 1st of many to come multi-lingual talks with this 1st generation self-made Guatemalen horseman who has paid his dues and garners respect from his fellow Lations not only locally but nationally and soon to be internationally. He thanks all the trainers who have made him into the horseman he is today and delves into the horsemanship everyone shows him bot on and off the track.   The next edition of The Horseman's Voice is set for next Monday, February 15, 2021, so hold onto your lines - we've got some more exclusive interviews that are gonna rock the entire Industry worldwide!   by Eric Poder for The Horseman's Voice  

In this edition of harness racing's  The Horseman's Voice: Jeff Gural - 1st generation horseperson, he shares his love of the sport from his humble beginnings going to Roosevelt Raceway with his friends and playing competitive sports with them whilst growing up in New York City.   After attending college and travelling to all major racetracks across the country during that time; he reminisces about convincing his wife to get a bungalow near Monticello Raceway and the rest until the current history.   In the late 1980's he buys his own farm and expanded to buy another farm in another state altogether to expand and enhance his breeding operation. He then delves into his business model as a breeder and how he 'buys' back pieces (small %ages) of horses with trainers he has solid relationships.   A great listen and a savior/visionary of sorts of the entire Standardbred Industry; it's more of a 'getting to know' the humble 'nice guy' behind the name everyone knows - Jeff Gural.     The next edition of The Horseman's Voice is set for next Monday, February 1, 2021, so hold onto your lines - due to the timeliness of what's happening in our nation's capital we'll be doing a little 'consulting' with an old strategic partner from 'back in day,' who truly is an expert who knows his stuff!   The International Source for Harness Racing - Looking forward to meeting local children who dream of writing, taking photographs and making art for their local communities and being afforded the ...www.youtube.com   Facebook App: https://www.FaceBook.com/HorsemansVoice YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVKGhpC8YwUit0qokiCHiZQ   Eric Poders The Horseman's Voice

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