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Here are just two ideas you will come to embrace after the latest episode of 'Hitting Your Stride': failure is not an ending, and your original idea will not be your final idea. Those are just two notions that Nicole Verkindt shares with Tracey and her listeners in this episode. The Ivey School of Business graduate and one of Canada's leading entre…
 
Tracey engages in conversation with a two-time Olympian and PanAm Games silver medalist Jacqueline Brooks on a wide range of topics. She talks about her multi-sport training approach, doing what got you here and not trying to be a gold medalist, and how everyone needs someone really in their corner in the equestrian world. Brooks reveals her unique…
 
Taylor Stafford of Anatomeq Inc., joins Tracey for the latest episode of Hitting Your Stride, and the pair of entrepreneurs talk shop about thinking bigger and breaking the mold when it comes to turning a vision into reality. A believer in being hands-on and getting involved, Stafford talked about how she followed her passion and belief that she co…
 
Ray Butterfield joins Tracey on this episode of 'Hitting Your Stride' and he makes quite an impression with their wide-ranging conversation. The rider-turned-salesman-turned-instructor opens up on the influences in his equestrian journey; how big the difference between good enough and good is, learning to manage animals right from their most delica…
 
It's clear from the start that Tracey's latest guest, Megan Lane, is different in many ways. The young dressage rider already boasts an impressive resume, but that's about all the boasting she is likely to do. Lane talks on 'Hitting Your Stride' about where she goes mentally when she's in the saddle and the feeling of power between her and her hors…
 
Tracey welcomes Ryan Mitra to Hitting Your Stride for this episode, and the two talk about the focus needed to attain your goals. Mitra, a former crew member for the Western University Mustangs and now a strength & conditioning coach for the squad, breaks down the myths surrounding personal fitness and says you start by being honest with yourself a…
 
Tracey sits down (literally) with her husband, business partner and podcast producer Matt Harris to talk about the art of collaboration. Over the course of their conversation, Matt talks about the inspiration he's drawn from a number of the Hitting Your Stride episodes he's taken particular interest in, as well as how watching Tracey work at her jo…
 
Owner/operator of The Equestrian Marketing Coach and co-owner of Outrageous Creations website design, Kerri McGregor joins Tracey on Hitting Your Stride to discuss their similar paths in the equestrian world, but also hits on a few hot topics: dealing with imposter syndrome, finding a way to balance a hectic schedule, and taking the social media mo…
 
Tracey goes solo for this episode where she talks about energy hacks and how to make the best use of your 24 hours. Like a good rider is built with a solid foundation of fundamentals, Tracey points out a good day for anyone starts with when your eyes are closed; getting a good sleep doesn't happen by accident, and there is prep work involved! She c…
 
Tracey talks with Dr. Kendra Clark, a human/equine chiropractor who recently returned to her home town of Guelph, Ontario, to set up her practice. Over the course of their conversation, Tracey and Dr. Kendra discuss already knowing the answer when you ask for advice, the problem with assumptions and the importance of humility, how she has carried a…
 
In the latest episode of 'Hitting Your Stride', Tracey talks with Mac Cone about his lengthy high-profile career and life in equestrian sports. Cone talks about how he knew early on as a horseman that he was going to have to carry his own banner and be a professional, and how it would be necessary to find the balance between his career and his busi…
 
This episode of 'Hitting Your Stride' helps give listeners a different look at life coaching, as Tracey chats with her coach, Rod Macdonald, about its importance in the world today. As Rod says, 'the world needs more coaches', and they cover topics like conquering fear, remembering what is actually true rather than what isn't, and what the real val…
 
In this episode of Hitting Your Stride, Tracey chats with Maya Markowski of Equest Dressage -- a rider and coach who has dedicated her life to the sport. They talk about what Maya looks for in a horse to work with, how she originally began her equine odyssey in the hunter-jumper ring before moving to dressage, and how she works to find a balance be…
 
Tracey returns the favour for Reese Koffler-Stanfield & Philip Parkes from the 'Dressage Radio Show' podcast of The Horse Radio Network, as she welcomes the co-hosts to Hitting Your Stride for a multi-facted talk about a wide range of topics. They start out with a bit of their joint history and how they came together on DRS, but they expand into se…
 
In this episode, Tracey talks with Pam Dorion about how she turned an interest in horses at a young age into a career as an elite-level groom. They cover the importance of reframing one's goals in the face of challenges, but also stress the need for a high level of care and consistency provided to the horse no matter where in the world they found t…
 
In this episode, Tracey chats with Peter Gisborn -- stable owner, hunter/jumper coach, ex-football player, and a true believer in the fundamentals. The pair talk about what it was like for Peter to go from riding horses in his childhood to putting on the football pads for a time being before coming back to his true passion; they also cover Gisborn'…
 
Tracey chats with Anna Swackhammer and Carson Lewis, members of the Ontario Equestrian GRIT team, about their experiences on the team and what they've been able to learn from OE's elite training program for young riders. The trio discuss how important it is to maintain balance between trying to achieve goals in the ring while keeping other aspects …
 
The 2021 show season is closing in fast, and riders are finding themselves inundated with things to do -- including managing their mental approach. In this episode, Tracey discusses the finer points of three important parts to a successful show season and offers some timely tips on how to give yourself a mental tune-up to be ready for that first co…
 
Tracey gets a long view into long days of special memories, as she talks with Mette Holm and Mark Spowart from Spowart/Holm Equine Photography. They talk about what goes into creating those special memories, and just how much effort a perfect picture really takes. And Tracey gets them to open up about their business goals, looking at how they handl…
 
Tracey and DD continue their conversation in Part 2, touching on her coaching philosophies for both horses and students, and how vital the right mindset has been for DD in dealing with and moving on from some personal challenges. They close out their interview by talking about things they would like to see change within the equine industry. You can…
 
Tracey chats with Diana (better known as DD), covering her experience in Europe where she rode for some top stables, her philosophies in training horses, and how a simple kind word from one of her first employers brought her to where she is now in the horse world. You can follow DD on Instagram (@deandradionisio) as well as Anne Auty Equestrian (@a…
 
Tracey talks with her brother, Rob Mitchell (B.A., B.Ed., OCT) -- an accomplished teacher & school administrator, former gym owner, and self-professed deep thinker. They talk about the importance of mindset and the ability to effectively pivot when the situation calls for it ... and the importance of being able to laugh at your situation, even when…
 
Anyone who tuned in for Episode 1 of this podcast got a glimpse of who Tracey Mitchell is when she shared the story of Lowenkind, but now she pulls the curtain back a little more to give you a look at why she's so passionate about life coaching, horses, and the value of mindset.
 
In Episode 2, Tracey talks with long-time friend, mentor and yoga teacher/entrepreneur Heather Agnew about building her business, the physical & mental issues that riders (and others) face, their shared experience with the King Wellness Equestrian Support Team, and their shared love of animals. They cap their chat with an interesting discussion on …
 
This is the story of my heart horse and the mare that changed my world. It's a story of meeting her, parting with each other ... then finding our way back together so the lessons she had begun to teach me could be continued. We are all avid equestrians, but we are also all very human, and life's challenges affect us in many ways. Horses are mirrors…
 
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