In this National Reining Horse Association Reining podcast, we will be chatting about how to get involved in reining with the NRHA Green Reiner Program that is sponsored by Classic Equine. We will chat with NRHA Judge Ann Salmon Anderman and Non Pro Rider Allison Thorson to find out more. This NRHA Reining podcast episode is sponsored by EC Pro so we are excited to have founder Jamie Arnold and Russell Daws on to discuss this program. Listen in….Read More
Monthly National Reining Horse Association Episode: 2nd Thursday of Every Month
Hosted by: Christy Landwehr and Sara Honegger
Description: In this once a month episode we take a look at the thrilling sport of reining. Hosted by the NRHA we learn all about one of the fastest growing sports in the horse world. It's more than just spins and slides!
Christy Landwehr has been active in the horse industry for over 35 years showing and training in many different breeds and disciplines at the local, regional and national level. Christy is a Master Level Riding Instructor and Equine Facility Manager through the Certified Horsemanship Association.
Christy was CEO of the Certified Horsemanship Association for many years. Currently, she is the Senior Director of Corporate Relations for the National Reining Horse Association. Christy does strategic planning, facilitation and mediation through her company CJL Training for organizations and is a Real Colors Personality Trainer. Christy has spoken at numerous equine events, and breed and discipline conventions throughout her career. She lives on a ranch in Aurora, Colorado with her husband, two sons, horses, chickens, cats, a dog and a rabbit.
Sara Honegger grew up on the Central Coast of California, nestled between beaches, mountains and ranches. You could find her on the beach or at a high school rodeo every weekend, which gave her a deep appreciation for a unique agricultural community. She attended Oklahoma State University where she obtained a Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Communications and a Master of Science in International Agriculture while competing on their rodeo team.
Sara is now the Director of Marketing and youth programs for the National Reining Horse Association.