Feb 22, 2021
In Episode 17, Jec interviews Gayle Ecker, director of Equine Guelph (pronounced ‘gwelf’) at the University of Guelph in Ontario, Canada.
Ecker is at the forefront of offering evidence-based, research-supported online courses for students of the horse, from emergency large animal rescue to colic conversations.
Gayle hits all the buttons of issues we’ve been chatting about and featuring on Cayuse Communications pages and at the Best Horse Practices Summit: how to cultivate curiosity and critical thinking, the search for best practices through review and research, and considering how we look at the horse from all aspects.
Also, please be part of our upcoming conversation around Gender Gyrations. It seems like our communities might be a bit behind the times when it comes to healthy dynamics here. Agree? Disagree? Contact us here.
We’d like to thank our sponsors Lucerne Farms, Horse and Rider books , Redmond Equine, Kate’s Real Food, and Patagonia WorkWear for the generous support.