Better Horses
Better Horses

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If you’re a horse lover and aren’t watching “Better Horses,” something is terribly wrong! No offense, cowboys and cowgirls, but you’re missing out on a show tailor-made for you.

A mix of entertaining segments for the horse enthusiast, each episode of Better Horses is a charming love letter to the equine community.

Hosts Ernie Rodina, Susie Derouchey, and Ed Adams bring infectious enthusiasm for all things horses, wanting to share what they learn with the viewers. The show grew from a publication and a radio show — and aims to take a horse owner’s equine experience to the next level. The show does all that and more. read more

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