May 8, 2022
At 37, Jesse McNeil - at times carpenter, commercial fisherman, dabbler in real estate - decided to buy an untrained horse, make himself into a horseman, and ride all the way across the United States, from the Pacific to the…
March 12, 2018
“A horse, a horse! My Kingdom for a horse!” Having lost his mount, standing amid the chaos of war that August day in a Leicestershire field, Richard Plantagenet, third of that name to sit on the throne of England, knew the v…
Dec. 7, 2017
Across cultures and throughout time, tales and legends from around the world show us a clear set of universal character types, or archetypes. These characters are so universal that the psychologist Carl Jung developed his th…
Sept. 27, 2017
We know that genetics is the science of heredity. It’s likely common knowledge that in the last half-century, human understanding of that science has exploded. Each year, the pool of knowledge grows, so that now, humans, wor…
July 10, 2017
This is the story of how a decision was made, with all the best intentions and for all the right reasons, to withdraw the prescription drug pergolide mesylate from the market in 2007. The United States Food and Drug Administ…
April 12, 2017
This concludes our two-part story about the man who changed the way we see horses, which began in Episode 5.
March 5, 2017
This is the first part of a story that combines art, technology, industry, science, and horses.
Jan. 30, 2017
We conclude our story of Reckless, a native Korean mare who became a United States Marine.
Dec. 30, 2016
We continue the story of Reckless, a native Korean mare who became a United States Marine.
Dec. 1, 2016
This episode explores the bond between humans and horses through an unusual story from the middle of the twentieth century.
Oct. 15, 2016
This is a podcast about people and horses. Each episode, we tell a true story that connects to horses, horse people, or the horse business. When you put people and horses in the same place, there are always going to be grea…