In this episode, Julianne takes a quick break to speak with Trish Bankes, organizer of the Some Horses Events and Expo, a 4 Day Labor Day Weekend Virtual Event to be presented on September 3rd - 6th. The Equestrian Event of the Northeast, originally planned for the Vermont State Fairgrounds in Rutland, Vermont, this now virtual event is presented as a free online experience. There is something for horse enthusiasts of all ages & disciplines, from demonstrations for learning the art of handling horses, horsemanship and Natural HumanshipTM, to family friendly entertainment from top equestrian films through the EQUUS Film Channel, as the Some Horses Events & Expo presents the 2020 Virtual EQUUS WINNIE Film Fest. To learn more about the Some Horses Events and Expo, visit https://www.somehorsesexpo.com. You'll find the code for free access and a link to the EQUUS Film Channel on the page.
Tune in to this episode, Part 1 of Season 2 as we make the move from our live events and tour stops to a series of online virtual events. Stay tuned for next week's release of Part 2 of our Season 2 kick off when we speak with Sandra Beaulieu, a creative equestrian that specializes in dressage, liberty, musical freestyle, and equine art. She incorporates her unique sense of artistry to all aspects of her work with horses. To learn more about Sandra, visit http://beginthedance.com.
To learn more about podcast host Julianne and her partner Bruce Anderson, tune in to "Whinny Tales: Horse Stories, Pony Legends and Unicorn Yarns," the official podcast of Nature's View and The Marley Project, their equine and arts-based 501 (c)(3). You can also visit www.naturesview.us to schedule an appointment. A documentary about their work and films in the Natural Humanship Training Series, are available on The EQUUS Channel at https://filmfestivalflix.com/festival/equus/film/the-edge/. Julianne is the organizer of the Camden Tour Stop for the fest, so visit www.equusfilmfestivalcamden.com for a complete listing of activities and updates on a possible rescheduling of the spring event for the fall of 2020.
For more information about the festival or for links to the films and literature mentioned in the podcast, visit equusfilmfestival.net. To see the EQUUS films, visit https://horsenetwork.com/equus/.