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12/ JUNE 2020 THE RIDER


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Ayr, Ontario


A Pandemic Journal from Hoofbeats


By Kim Logue. Before we tell you what


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features we have recently re- leased or what we are working on, we have a question. Do you have a story to share? We want to hear your narratives, and your stories, even if they are still un- folding in our community. How have you been getting by? How do you see the future? What might we enjoy learning about your past or expertise? For our herd, even without


access to the usual live to air stu-


tent is mandated by the CRTC, and maintains the licence to broadcast. We’ve recorded on zoom, apps on the phone, and recorded voice memos. We’ve learned how to do all sorts of audio editing at home and we look forward to improving our techniques further. Its all taken longer than it normally would, and you might have noticed the difference in the audio quality, but we know you understand. We know your workload has changed so much as well, with so many other concerns and losses and


and amazing horseman who grew up training wild mustangs in Wyoming, before moving to Canada and managing a cattle ranch.


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it would be fun to help you listen to when Secretariat won the Derby. And, we have a lovely musical mounted adventure to share from American musician Julia Douglas, that features the beautiful soundscape of a herd of Icelandic horses in motion, called “Slow Down Julia”. We’ve also decided to rebroadcast a few


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dio, previously recorded audio, and the other resources at the University of Guelph’s radio sta- tion, the small but mighty hoof- beats team is proud to have continued to contribute to the re- quired, new, local, spoken word content for University of Guelph Campus and Community CFRU Radio airwaves. Fresh local con-


stresses to deal with. We did want to let you


know that recently we aired a segment with the Welfare and Ed- ucation Centre at the Donkey Sanctuary (as pictured). If you have the time, you could give a listen. And, we shared an inter- view with Carol Fleming, daugh- ter of an Appaloosa breeder


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favourite interviews of the past. You will want to hear our conver- sation with Dr. Katrina Merkies, Associate Professor at the Uni- versity of Guelph, the first time she guested. And, as you are try- ing to move forward in our new landscape and possibly trying to re-establish or re-invent an equine business, the interview on youth engagement, where a 12yr old is in candid conversation with a 17 yr old, about what they think would entice their non-equine friends to join the herd, might be of interest to you. You can al- ways find out the latest at hoof- beats.ca Other impending changes


will see Kim Logue, the founder of hoofbeats radio, pivot from producer and on-air host of the radio shows, to a columnist/con- tributor and voice of a fictional character. “I’m super excited to see other participants to the show take on more leadership and visi- bility, with recorded interviews and segments, as well as hosting and voicing transitions. And, I’m looking forward to getting cre- ative, and with delving into the sound design. With music to evoke feeling and soundscapes that create atmosphere.” Meanwhile the weekly


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hour on the radio will continue to provide an all interest, all access, all age equestrian show - for closet enthusiast to full fledged professional. And please remem- ber, we want to learn about your equine actives, breeds, sports and situations right now. We want to hear your perspectives and report on things as you see and experi- ence them. And to learn from your experience as well. So, please drop a line to kim@hoof- beats.ca


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