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🇬🇧#64âŽȘPeder Fredricson, World number one and Olympic Champion, guest of I am an Equestrian, le Podcast cover
I am an Equestrian - Le Podcast

🇬🇧#64âŽȘPeder Fredricson, World number one and Olympic Champion, guest of I am an Equestrian, le Podcast

🇬🇧#64âŽȘPeder Fredricson, World number one and Olympic Champion, guest of I am an Equestrian, le Podcast

42min |04/01/2022
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🇬🇧#64âŽȘPeder Fredricson, World number one and Olympic Champion, guest of I am an Equestrian, le Podcast cover
🇬🇧#64âŽȘPeder Fredricson, World number one and Olympic Champion, guest of I am an Equestrian, le Podcast cover
I am an Equestrian - Le Podcast

🇬🇧#64âŽȘPeder Fredricson, World number one and Olympic Champion, guest of I am an Equestrian, le Podcast

🇬🇧#64âŽȘPeder Fredricson, World number one and Olympic Champion, guest of I am an Equestrian, le Podcast

42min |04/01/2022
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🇬🇧I must start this episode by wishing you a wonderful year✹. I hope that 2022 will bring you all success, joy, loads of love and before all, a tremendous health as this might be the most important thing these days 🌞. 

đŸ’« May this year be filled with Passion and dreams come true, for each one of you. 

I am an Equestrian will also be there to keep you company and nourish your love and passion for horses and equestrianism. 

đŸ„‡ Today’s amazing episode was recorded at Geneva World Cup, with the showjumping world number 1 and Olympic champion Peder Fredricson. Could there be a better start for the year ? I believe not đŸ€©

🏆 If his name spread all along last summer, this is definitely due to his astonishing achievement with his crazily great horse All In : they together brought home no less than 2 medals from Tokyo, a gold team medal along with the Swedish team and the silver individual medal. But let’s remind that this amazing duo already performed at Rio 2016 olympics, where they were the only ones to wrap the competition up without any single fault all along the 6 courses, and were eventually awarded with the silver medal 🚀. 

💭 Peder Fredricson is a one-of-a-kind rider : discreet, kind, humble
 That day in Geneva, he granted us one hour of his time to talk about him, his relations with horses, his performances and told us about the journey that led him to be world number 1. Peder also shared his philosophy, his dreams and next challenges


đŸ™đŸ» I truly hope that you will like this episode and if you do eventually enjoy listening to this conversation, then do not forget to share your feedback with us.


🇬🇧 Today's episode is sponsored by the Australian company Scoot Boot. As you most certainly know it, our guest, Peder Fredricson compete and perform with barefoot horses. He explains in this upcoming episode the significant improvement he experienced while transitioning his horses to barefoot đŸ§Č. 

đŸ€ You might assume that training barefoot horses is reserved to riders living close to sandy forests, or sticking to their top-level sand arenas. And if you have you ever wondered how to transition your horse from shod to barefoot and still be able to hack, well, listen carefully then, as Scoot Boots might very much interest you. 

📈 The reasons for transitioning your horse from shod to barefoot are many. The compelling performance and health improvements that come from keeping your horse’s hooves bare are being acknowledged by more and more equine vets, farriers and top-level riders around the world. 

🔗 But training barefoot horses requires some adaptation including using hoof boots. 

Scoot Boots are world class hoof boots, they were designed by a farrier for the barefoot horse to allow free and natural movement across all terrain. They are perfect for all riding disciplines and are highly suitable to dependable rehab as well. Many riders also jump up to 1.45meters in Scoot Boots.

đŸ“Č You might have already spotted Scoot Boots on Alexander Zetterman's stories for instance, or even on Peder Fredricson's Instagram Feed. Indeed, Peder uses Scoot Boots to hack and train his horses at home.


🍃 The Scoot Boots are constructed of a very strong thermo plastic urethane making them extremely robust and lightweight. They are designed to fit for all hooves that are ‘naturally’ or ‘barefoot’ trimmed and will provide a very secure fit.

🎯 Scoot boots are sold across the globe and count more than 500 distributers.  

Read more about barefoot transitioning and Scoot Boots on their website : www.scootboots.com.


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🇬🇧I must start this episode by wishing you a wonderful year✹. I hope that 2022 will bring you all success, joy, loads of love and before all, a tremendous health as this might be the most important thing these days 🌞. 

đŸ’« May this year be filled with Passion and dreams come true, for each one of you. 

I am an Equestrian will also be there to keep you company and nourish your love and passion for horses and equestrianism. 

đŸ„‡ Today’s amazing episode was recorded at Geneva World Cup, with the showjumping world number 1 and Olympic champion Peder Fredricson. Could there be a better start for the year ? I believe not đŸ€©

🏆 If his name spread all along last summer, this is definitely due to his astonishing achievement with his crazily great horse All In : they together brought home no less than 2 medals from Tokyo, a gold team medal along with the Swedish team and the silver individual medal. But let’s remind that this amazing duo already performed at Rio 2016 olympics, where they were the only ones to wrap the competition up without any single fault all along the 6 courses, and were eventually awarded with the silver medal 🚀. 

💭 Peder Fredricson is a one-of-a-kind rider : discreet, kind, humble
 That day in Geneva, he granted us one hour of his time to talk about him, his relations with horses, his performances and told us about the journey that led him to be world number 1. Peder also shared his philosophy, his dreams and next challenges


đŸ™đŸ» I truly hope that you will like this episode and if you do eventually enjoy listening to this conversation, then do not forget to share your feedback with us.


🇬🇧 Today's episode is sponsored by the Australian company Scoot Boot. As you most certainly know it, our guest, Peder Fredricson compete and perform with barefoot horses. He explains in this upcoming episode the significant improvement he experienced while transitioning his horses to barefoot đŸ§Č. 

đŸ€ You might assume that training barefoot horses is reserved to riders living close to sandy forests, or sticking to their top-level sand arenas. And if you have you ever wondered how to transition your horse from shod to barefoot and still be able to hack, well, listen carefully then, as Scoot Boots might very much interest you. 

📈 The reasons for transitioning your horse from shod to barefoot are many. The compelling performance and health improvements that come from keeping your horse’s hooves bare are being acknowledged by more and more equine vets, farriers and top-level riders around the world. 

🔗 But training barefoot horses requires some adaptation including using hoof boots. 

Scoot Boots are world class hoof boots, they were designed by a farrier for the barefoot horse to allow free and natural movement across all terrain. They are perfect for all riding disciplines and are highly suitable to dependable rehab as well. Many riders also jump up to 1.45meters in Scoot Boots.

đŸ“Č You might have already spotted Scoot Boots on Alexander Zetterman's stories for instance, or even on Peder Fredricson's Instagram Feed. Indeed, Peder uses Scoot Boots to hack and train his horses at home.


🍃 The Scoot Boots are constructed of a very strong thermo plastic urethane making them extremely robust and lightweight. They are designed to fit for all hooves that are ‘naturally’ or ‘barefoot’ trimmed and will provide a very secure fit.

🎯 Scoot boots are sold across the globe and count more than 500 distributers.  

Read more about barefoot transitioning and Scoot Boots on their website : www.scootboots.com.


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🇬🇧I must start this episode by wishing you a wonderful year✹. I hope that 2022 will bring you all success, joy, loads of love and before all, a tremendous health as this might be the most important thing these days 🌞. 

đŸ’« May this year be filled with Passion and dreams come true, for each one of you. 

I am an Equestrian will also be there to keep you company and nourish your love and passion for horses and equestrianism. 

đŸ„‡ Today’s amazing episode was recorded at Geneva World Cup, with the showjumping world number 1 and Olympic champion Peder Fredricson. Could there be a better start for the year ? I believe not đŸ€©

🏆 If his name spread all along last summer, this is definitely due to his astonishing achievement with his crazily great horse All In : they together brought home no less than 2 medals from Tokyo, a gold team medal along with the Swedish team and the silver individual medal. But let’s remind that this amazing duo already performed at Rio 2016 olympics, where they were the only ones to wrap the competition up without any single fault all along the 6 courses, and were eventually awarded with the silver medal 🚀. 

💭 Peder Fredricson is a one-of-a-kind rider : discreet, kind, humble
 That day in Geneva, he granted us one hour of his time to talk about him, his relations with horses, his performances and told us about the journey that led him to be world number 1. Peder also shared his philosophy, his dreams and next challenges


đŸ™đŸ» I truly hope that you will like this episode and if you do eventually enjoy listening to this conversation, then do not forget to share your feedback with us.


🇬🇧 Today's episode is sponsored by the Australian company Scoot Boot. As you most certainly know it, our guest, Peder Fredricson compete and perform with barefoot horses. He explains in this upcoming episode the significant improvement he experienced while transitioning his horses to barefoot đŸ§Č. 

đŸ€ You might assume that training barefoot horses is reserved to riders living close to sandy forests, or sticking to their top-level sand arenas. And if you have you ever wondered how to transition your horse from shod to barefoot and still be able to hack, well, listen carefully then, as Scoot Boots might very much interest you. 

📈 The reasons for transitioning your horse from shod to barefoot are many. The compelling performance and health improvements that come from keeping your horse’s hooves bare are being acknowledged by more and more equine vets, farriers and top-level riders around the world. 

🔗 But training barefoot horses requires some adaptation including using hoof boots. 

Scoot Boots are world class hoof boots, they were designed by a farrier for the barefoot horse to allow free and natural movement across all terrain. They are perfect for all riding disciplines and are highly suitable to dependable rehab as well. Many riders also jump up to 1.45meters in Scoot Boots.

đŸ“Č You might have already spotted Scoot Boots on Alexander Zetterman's stories for instance, or even on Peder Fredricson's Instagram Feed. Indeed, Peder uses Scoot Boots to hack and train his horses at home.


🍃 The Scoot Boots are constructed of a very strong thermo plastic urethane making them extremely robust and lightweight. They are designed to fit for all hooves that are ‘naturally’ or ‘barefoot’ trimmed and will provide a very secure fit.

🎯 Scoot boots are sold across the globe and count more than 500 distributers.  

Read more about barefoot transitioning and Scoot Boots on their website : www.scootboots.com.


📄 Transcript of this episode 

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🇬🇧I must start this episode by wishing you a wonderful year✹. I hope that 2022 will bring you all success, joy, loads of love and before all, a tremendous health as this might be the most important thing these days 🌞. 

đŸ’« May this year be filled with Passion and dreams come true, for each one of you. 

I am an Equestrian will also be there to keep you company and nourish your love and passion for horses and equestrianism. 

đŸ„‡ Today’s amazing episode was recorded at Geneva World Cup, with the showjumping world number 1 and Olympic champion Peder Fredricson. Could there be a better start for the year ? I believe not đŸ€©

🏆 If his name spread all along last summer, this is definitely due to his astonishing achievement with his crazily great horse All In : they together brought home no less than 2 medals from Tokyo, a gold team medal along with the Swedish team and the silver individual medal. But let’s remind that this amazing duo already performed at Rio 2016 olympics, where they were the only ones to wrap the competition up without any single fault all along the 6 courses, and were eventually awarded with the silver medal 🚀. 

💭 Peder Fredricson is a one-of-a-kind rider : discreet, kind, humble
 That day in Geneva, he granted us one hour of his time to talk about him, his relations with horses, his performances and told us about the journey that led him to be world number 1. Peder also shared his philosophy, his dreams and next challenges


đŸ™đŸ» I truly hope that you will like this episode and if you do eventually enjoy listening to this conversation, then do not forget to share your feedback with us.


🇬🇧 Today's episode is sponsored by the Australian company Scoot Boot. As you most certainly know it, our guest, Peder Fredricson compete and perform with barefoot horses. He explains in this upcoming episode the significant improvement he experienced while transitioning his horses to barefoot đŸ§Č. 

đŸ€ You might assume that training barefoot horses is reserved to riders living close to sandy forests, or sticking to their top-level sand arenas. And if you have you ever wondered how to transition your horse from shod to barefoot and still be able to hack, well, listen carefully then, as Scoot Boots might very much interest you. 

📈 The reasons for transitioning your horse from shod to barefoot are many. The compelling performance and health improvements that come from keeping your horse’s hooves bare are being acknowledged by more and more equine vets, farriers and top-level riders around the world. 

🔗 But training barefoot horses requires some adaptation including using hoof boots. 

Scoot Boots are world class hoof boots, they were designed by a farrier for the barefoot horse to allow free and natural movement across all terrain. They are perfect for all riding disciplines and are highly suitable to dependable rehab as well. Many riders also jump up to 1.45meters in Scoot Boots.

đŸ“Č You might have already spotted Scoot Boots on Alexander Zetterman's stories for instance, or even on Peder Fredricson's Instagram Feed. Indeed, Peder uses Scoot Boots to hack and train his horses at home.


🍃 The Scoot Boots are constructed of a very strong thermo plastic urethane making them extremely robust and lightweight. They are designed to fit for all hooves that are ‘naturally’ or ‘barefoot’ trimmed and will provide a very secure fit.

🎯 Scoot boots are sold across the globe and count more than 500 distributers.  

Read more about barefoot transitioning and Scoot Boots on their website : www.scootboots.com.


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