Stable Scoop Episode 32 – Global Champions Show Jumping Tour


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Helena and Glenn chat with Katrina Bignasca of the Global Champions Show Jumping Tour, one of the most prestigious showjumping tours in the world.  They also take a look at the hospitality packages just announced by the Alltech FEI 2010 World Equestrian Games.  Listen in…

Stable Scoop Episode 32 – Show Notes and Links:


  • Thank you to Atlantic Horse Carriers for sponsoring the show.   Atlantic Horse Carriers specializes in the transportation of horses all over the United States.  They make many runs between Maine and Florida, but are happy to help you with your specific transportation needs.  As a fully insured and licensed carrier, Victor and Maureen Brescia offer outstanding horse care while in transit. With over 30 years bringing horses safely to their destinations, it’s no wonder this professional couple is so highly regarded in the industry.   Visit them at
  • We are very excited to announce that is now the Official Social Community of the Horse Radio Network. Go to and click on the “Horse Radio” link at the top of the page. You can have conversations about any of the shows on the Horse Radio Network with other fans and listeners. Equestrian Life is free to join and we think you will love it. It is truly a community made for equestrians, give it a try.
  • Thank you to Katrina Bignasca for joining us and speaking about the Global Champions Show Jumping Tour.


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  • Katherine Pratt said:

    Boo hoo- can’t listen to any of your shows now.

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