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Athletic Equestrian Podcast

Navigating the world of collegiate riding is a mystery to most young rider athletes and their families.  Sally Batton, a collegiate varsity equestrian coach for over 30 years, interviews coaches, organizations and riders for their insight on what it takes to ride on a collegiate equestrian team.  So saddle up and join her as she reveals the inner workings of collegiate equestrian. 

Oct 28, 2021

The Interscholastic Equestrian Association (IEA) is an organization which allows 4th-12th graders the opportunity to compete in a catch-ride format and is celebrating its 20th year.  Listen in as Co-Founder and Executive Director Roxane Durant and Equine Sales Rep Megan Taylor talk about the history of the IEA as well...


Oct 20, 2021

Steve Shank is the Equestrian Program Director for Alfred University located in Alfred, NY and is also the Western IHSA Team Head Coach.  Steve discusses the various tracks available to students at the school as well as the various varsity teams including Western, Hunt Seat and Dressage team.  Steve has his BBA and MBA...


Oct 14, 2021

Rachel Salera Kay graduated from Delaware Valley University in 2016 with a degree in Media and Communication and a minor in Equine Management.  Rachel works as a Product Manager for Schneider's Saddlery and is also the Assistant Coach of the IHSA Hunt Seat Team at Del...


Oct 6, 2021

Listen in as the tables are turned on podcast host Sally Batton and she's interviewed about the Athletic Equestrian League, a riding league for 1st-12th graders and adults.  AEL coach and Ferrum College Head Coach Margaret Cornwell talks to Sally about how the AEL started and where it's at today and how the league...