Category: Certified Horsemanship Association

Monthly CHA Episode:  3rd Tuesday of every month

Hosted by:  Jacqueline Tiley of the Certified Horsemanship Association

Description:  The CHA monthly episode interviews CHA Instructors and members on all aspects of the riding and training of horses in a safe, effective way.  Covering English and Western everyone will find the information relevant and useful in your quest for to become a better horseman and instructor.  

Past CHA Episodes

CHA: Teaching Horses to Stop Softly for Nov 15, 2022

Florida based trainer Ken Najorka joins us to talk about teaching both horse and rider to stop softly. Show host Jacqueline Tiley shares her favorite takeaways from this year’s CHA International Conference. Plus, the CHA video library inspires a winter weather unmounted lesson plan.

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CHA: Grooming Tips & Tricks, Choosing a Helmet for Oct 18, 2022

It’s all about grooming tips and tricks, but first we speak with Jenny Beverage from Troxel on what to look for when purchasing a helmet. Then Keli Wakeley guides us through clipping your horse and finally Anne Brzezicki addresses everything for the care of the horse’s coat, mane and tail. Classic re-visit.

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CHA: Vaulting, Fitness and Mule Alley for Oct. 19, 2021

We take a deep dive into learning more about becoming a USDF Bronze Medalist, a vaulter, a personal trainer and finding out more about how Mule Alley where the American Paint Horse Association and others are housed in the historic Fort Worth Stockyards.

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CHA: Human Horse Connection Using Equine Behavior for Sep 21, 2021

Today’s show is all about horse human interactions and how they can be mutually beneficial. Guests include Nina Ekholm Fry, Director of Equine Programs at University of Denver’s Institute for Human-Animal Connection and Dr. Anita Shkedi, author of Horses Heal PTSD: Walking New Paths author. Listen in…

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All the Breeds for Feb 16, 2021 by Certified Horsemanship Association

CHA Episode: CHA believes that there is no such thing as a bad school horse breed, so we partner with them all! Today, we will be talking to the American Quarter Horse Association, American Paint Horse Association and the Arabian Horse Association to see what member benefits and programs they have that might benefit you and your horses! Listen in…

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CHA: Find out More About the Mustang Heritage Foundation, Learn more about 4H, and How to Teach the Boring Stuff for Oct 20, 2020

Michelle Bonds from The Mustang Heritage Foundation talks about how the Trainer Incentive Program (TIP) engages talented horse trainers to help gentle wild horses and burros and place them into private care. Dr. Bob Coleman discusses how your local 4-H can be a great resource for equestrians. CHA Certified Instructor Courtney Smith has some pointers on teaching what others might call “the boring stuff”, in a not so boring way. Brought to you by the Mustang Heritage Foundation and CHA. Listen in…

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