In February 2019, we launched the national Horse Wise podcast, where we share stories about horses and people — and what they teach each other.

Hosted by Lynn Reardon, the podcast includes interviews, tales of big personality horses and entertaining anecdotes about her learning experiences asa lifelong student of the horse.

As of September 2019, the Horse Wise podcast has listeners in 45 states (plus District of Columbia and Puerto Rico) and 11 countries outside the US (a total of 366 cities/regions overall). We are thrilled with the growing popularity of the podcast and look forward to future expansion!

Horse Wise
The Horse Wise podcast shares stories of horses and people – and what they teach each other. Horses bring wisdom, humor, athleticism and inspiration into our lives. Join host Lynn Reardon as she encounters entertaining characters (horse and human) on her own horsemanship journey.
Where to start with your horse? Three simple areas to focus on (without fancy bits, astrology signs or complex training methods).

Confused about what to do with your horse next? I focus on certain core fundamentals — none of which involve fancy bits, complicated training methods or “woo woo” magic. They are discipline neutral and can be applied to any breed of horse. They aren’t even my own patented technique or anything silly like that (I promise you, I will never be selling monogrammed halters or specially designed magic wands).  These are simple tools to learn how to 1) train your eye to see key elements of your horse’s behavior and movement; 2) develop your analytical and assessment skills (to accurately interpet what your eye sees ) and 3) physically direct your horse in exercises that build his confidence and balance (via equine biomechanics principles). At Horse Wise, I teach people these tools so that they can learn how to coach themselves and their horses to progress together as a team. It’s a fun process that shows you how build a good partnership with your horse (in a practical, straightforward way). But my schedule for in-person sessions (both local and out-of-state) is pretty much full all the time. To meet long distance client demand, I’ve created an online coaching package ( to teach these principles (customized  for each horse and rider). If you’re interested but online coaching seems a little weird, we have free pdfs with fun exercises to practice and learn more on your own. Plus I offer a free 30-minute consultation call, to discuss whether online coaching is the right approach for you and your horse (and if not, what other resources might be useful for you in your geographic area). Visit our website for more information: And if you’d like to keep up with our news and updates, please join our email list or follow us on social media: )

Where to start with your horse? Three simple areas to focus on (without fancy bits, astrology signs or complex training methods).
Meet Sarah Coleman of New Vocations Racehorse Adoption Program. A hilarious superhero, Sarah runs on pink glitter, unicorn images, cheesy quotes and the biggest work ethic ever.
Dr. Jyme Nichols of Bluebonnet Feeds on equine nutrition, Captain Crunch, leaky gut and Snickers bars. The most fun discussion of horse feed science ever!
Meet Jennifer Holme. A dedicated rider discusses how classical horsemanship helps her dressage goals and partnership with her horses (Teddy and Jade).
The story of Shadow Warrior, the bravest (and most dangerous) horse I ever owned.
What exactly is Horse Wise? The story of my background with horses, the history of Horse Wise and how learning from the horses drew me into the world of coaching.
A frustrated cowboy couldn’t figure out why his mare was so bad at cow work. How he discovered that the mare was a mirror of his own expectations, thanks to a tactful clinician.
Jessica wondered why her horse Blaze was misbehaving “all of a sudden." How small steps had literally led them to the wrong destination. A CSI case of horse behavior investigation.
My brilliant (not) career as a polo player. The story of a polo match that brought out both the best and the worst in me.
How one good horse taught a cowboy so much more than famous trainers on television.
How an older gelding, a young colt, a noisy trailer and a 60-day guarantee were nearly a recipe for disaster. Two tales of my adventures in learning about awareness and horses.
How a teenage horse & rider team took the road less traveled (and earned their USDF Bronze medal). Meet the dynamic duo of Cassie and Sasha!
A veterinarian walks into a comedy club with oil paints, dentistry tools and an easel. Welcome to the world of Dr. Matt Evans DVM.
How a wild-eyed colt, a western saddle and a big red horse led to my first ever canter pirouette (thanks to a special cowboy named Peter).
Penny Reeves on Horsemanship vs Show Scores. This is Part 2 of her interview series.
Penny Reeves: The Never Ending Evolution of a Horse Crazy Kid
The story of Tulsa Mambo