“Horses in the Morning”, Teddy Franke and Terry Williams “Working Through Mounted Issues; Troxel Continues Sponsorship

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CHA’s May Training Tuesdays on “Horses in the Morning” to Feature Teddy Franke and Terry Williams on “Working Through Mounted Issues; Troxel Continues Sponsorship

(May 2019) – Certified Horsemanship Association (CHA) “Horses in the Morning” radio show hosts, CHA CEO Christy Landwehr and Glenn the Geek, will interview CHA Board Members and Clinicians Teddy Franke and Terry Williams live on May’s Training Tuesdays episode. The topic will be “Working Through Mounted Issues.” In addition, Troxel Helmets, one of CHA’s newest partners, will sponsor again. The show will air May 21, 2019, at 10 a.m. Eastern Time and will also be available via digital download at http://cha-ahse.org/store/pages/218/Horse_Radio_Network_Show.html.

Franke, of Pine Hollow, OR, brings a lot of experience into his new position on the CHA Board of Directors. He is a CHA Clinician and a Master Instructor in English/Western, in addition to being certified as an IRD Instructor, an Equine Facilities Manager ACI, and a Packing Guide ACI. Franke serves on the CHA Membership and Marketing Committee. When he’s not busy managing the horse program at Camp Morrow, he also operates Franke Equine, a horsemanship and farriery business. Franke has helped lead horse programs in three states, been the regional director for CHA Regions 1 and 11, served on the board of the American Youth Horse Council, and is an ASHA judge.

Williams of Blanchester, OH, serves as CHA Treasurer, as chair of the Research and Development Committee and the Finance Committee, and as a member of the Nominations Committee. She is a Clinician, Certified Master Instructor, an EFM Clinic Instructor, an Overnight Guide, and a CHA Site Visitor. She was honored in 2015 with the CHA Volunteer of the Year award and in 2011 with the CHA Clinic Instructor of the Year award. Her hard work as the editor-in-chief of CHA’s The Equine Professional Manual: The Art of Teaching Riding paid off when the manual was honored in the American Horse Publication’s Equine Media Awards in the Equine-Related Nonfiction Book Category. She has also been a regional director and has managed dozens of clinics over the years. She is a graduate of Otterbein College’s Equine Science and Stable Management Program.

Troxel Brand Manager, Jenny Beverage, will join the show again with plenty of useful information about helmet usage. Troxel was the first to develop a light-weight vented ASTM-approved equestrian helmet, and it is the only physician-developed line of equestrian helmets on the market. Troxel offers helmets and accessories to riders of all kinds, including English, Western, and Trail. For more information, please visit www.troxelhelmets.com.

CHA has been a part of “Horses in the Morning” radio show since 2014 and has interviewed a variety of experts on safety and horsemanship topics. To listen to past CHA “Horses in the Morning” episodes, please visit http://cha-ahse.org/store/pages/218/Horse_Radio_Network_Show.html.

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