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Contact Name: Michaela Jaycox

Phone: (303) 253-6405


BOULDER, Co. — The Ride podcast—Horse&Rider’s bi-weekly podcast—features an adoptable horse from A Home For Every Horse at the end of every episode.

While The Ride’s main focus is highlighting and interviewing great Western horsemen and -women, the conclusion of each episode includes a featured horse available for adoption from Horse&Rider’s sister program A Home For Every Horse. Where each horse is individually picked by the H&R editorial team. Behind every great rider is a great horse, which is why The Ride brings attention to horses in rescue organizations that deserve a chance to find a home they can succeed in.

“If just one listener adopts a horse because they heard about him through our podcast, we’d be ecstatic,” Host Michaela Jaycox says. “Even if the horse we’ve highlighted isn’t what our audience is looking for, we offer directions on how to access A Home For Every Horse to browse through all of available horses. And if a listener adopts a horse through this program, featured on the podcast or not, we want to know about it. We enjoy sharing these happy endings because, after all, that’s what will encourage others to consider adopting their next horse.

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