Hosted by former Canadian show jumping team member, senior course designer and sought-after clinician, The Jay Duke Show airs every Monday LIVE on Horse Network at 7:30 pm ET! Watch on Facebook, YouTube and HN LIVE!
Mathilda Karlsson was raised in Sweden, is based in Germany and rides for her birth country of Sri Lanka. Last year, the Global Champions League regular made history as the first Sri Lankan equestrian to qualify for an Olympic Games. This summer in Tokyo, she’s aiming to bring home their first medal. Tune in for the Season 2 Finale of The Jay Duke Show, presented by Equishopper,
In March, Bliss Heers made her Nations Cup debut in Wellington, FL, delivering a double clear for Team USA to help clinch victory. Now she’s made the jump to the Olympic short list. In this episode of The Jay Duke Show, presented by Equishopper, Jay talks past, present and future plans with the Tokyo hopeful.
You’ve got questions. Equestrian Canada has answers. Today on The Jay Duke Show, presented by Equishopper, president Chris Sorensen sheds light on the federation’s ongoing challenges, immediate initiatives, and future plans. Questions encouraged.
Robert Ridland has been the strategic mind behind the U.S. show jumping team since 2013, leading the team to medals at every major championship during his tenure, including team gold at the 2018 FEI World Equestrian Games. On this episode, the U.S. chef d’equipe talks Tokyo 2020 and beyond.
If you watch one episode this year, make it this one! Jay is joined by leading medical and helmet safety experts to explore the impact of concussions on the brain and why equestrians are at risk.
In February, Nicky Galligan claimed his first ever FEI Grand Prix victory at the Desert International Horse Park. By the end of the California circuit, he and Javas Miss Jordan placed in eigh of their nine FEI starts, including their biggest win yet: the $250,000 Grand Prix CSI 4*! On this episode of The Jay Duke Show, presented by Equivont, dynamic duo Nicky Galligan and Paige Jardine talk about realizing a dream and the extraordinary path that got them there.
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77 major Grand Prix wins, 20 championship medals, two retirements, multiple records—Nick Skelton’s career is the stuff of legend. The Big Star from Britain is our feature guest on this episode The Jay Duke Show, presented by EQ Right.
He’s the dulcet toned voice of the FEI World Cup North American League and elite shows around the globe, a connoisseur of navy suits and a man of many hats. On this episode of The Jay Duke Show, presented by The EquiVaul, media personality Adam Cromarty takes us behind the scenes on the 5* show jumping circuit.
Kristen Vanderveen is keeping the faith! In February alone, the speedy 24-year-old won a pair of Welcome classes and two Grand Prix at the World Equestrian Center Ocala and was named Martha Jolicoeur Leading Lady Rider during a 5* week at WEF. Here she talks horses, faith and finding her path on The Jay Duke Show, presented by The EquiVault.
Ireland’s Shane Sweetnam and Alejandro won the $401,000 Douglas Elliman Real Estate Grand Prix CSI5* at the Winter Equestrian Festival last month. It was a career high win for the Rheinländer gelding and Sweetnam. Shane sits down with host Jay Duke to talk about developing horses to the top level, his longtime partnership with Spy Coast Farms and more. Presented by The EquiVault.
More hunter/jumper professionals are riding in Safety Vests than ever before. This week on The Jay Duke Show, presented by The EquiVault, experts from Charles Owen, Ride Equisafe and Horse Pilot weigh in on the technology and protective potential of Safety Vests.
From feathers to fashion, food to friendships, Israeli show jumper Dani Waldman is redefining what it means to be a female athlete in a conservative sport. Tune in to to hear her talk about body positivity, self acceptance, authenticity and more—presented by The EquiVault.
The traditional sport of hunters is mired in subjective judging and plagued by declining numbers. Is the antiquated system of judging to blame? Special guests amateur rider Kathy Serio, hunter judge and trainer Geoff Case and Derby commentator Catie Staszac join host Jay Duke to discuss the current state of affairs in the hunter ring and the merits of modernizing the judging system to allow for greater transparency and education, presented by The EquiVault.
She was last month’s Leading Lady Rider at the Winter Equestrian Festival and she’s this week’s feature guest on The Jay Duke Show, presented by World Equestrian Brands. Tune in as Jay sits down with junior superstar turned professional contender, Lillie Keenan!
Ordinary people with extraordinary ideas! Amateur riders take center stage in the Season 2 premiere of The Jay Duke Equestrian Show, presented by The EquiVault. Hunter/jumper riders Penelope Ayres, Brian Wee and Jennifer Baas take us inside the amateur experience—and all the frustrations, biases and blessings that entails. Tune in Monday at 2pm ET. Exclusively on Horse Network!
American Grand Prix rider. Trainer. Sales horse importer. Judge. Broadcast commentator. Jimmy Torano is a man of many hats and the featured guest on Episode 1 of The Jay Duke Show, presented by FarmVet & Marketing 4 Equestrians! Tune in as Jay and Jimmy chat horse show management, Pony Finals and moments that bring tears to Jimmy’s eyes.
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Jay catches up with American team veteran Margie Goldstein Engle to chat world records, overcoming injuries, the State of Affairs in show jumping and more in Episode 2 of The Jay Duke Show, presented by FarmVet & Marketing 4 Equestrians!
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Hunter/jumper innovator, judge and derby specialist Louise Serio talks the future of horse sport, drugs in the hunter ring and more in Episode 3 to The Jay Duke Show, presented by Marketing 4 Equestrians!
Live from Holland, American Olympic team gold medalist Laura Kraut talks about coming back from injury, helmet safety, career highs and more! The Jay Duke Show is presented by Vitalize – Amaferm Equine and proudly supported by Marketing 4 Equestrians and Stable Secretary.
The future looks dazzling! Teenager wunderkinds Daisy Farish (USA) & Sam Walker (CAN) are the featured guests in a battle of the borders episode of The Jay Duke Show, presented by Stable Secretary!
He competes for Canada. She rides for the USA. Both were teenage prodigies in show jumping! Father-daughter duo Mario and Lucy Deslauriers talk about winning medals at age 19, competing against each other on the world stage, the horses that launched their careers and more on this episode of The Jay Duke Show, presented by Stable Secretary and proudly supported by Fleur Bryan and ParkmoreIrishHorseImports.com.
From Olympic medals and Nations’ Cup wins to the World Cup Final and the CN Million to Gem Twist and more speed classes than we can count, Leslie Burr Howard’s career is as storied as it is speedy. This episode of The Jay Duke Show is presented by Finish Line Horse Products, and proudly supported by Equishopper and Equivault.
Olympic show jumper Daniel Bluman (ISR) shares his thoughts on the challenges facing young riders today, the standout moments in his career and more! This episode of The Jay Duke Show is presented by Equine Velocity and proudly supported by The Equivault. Use code “JAYDUKE” FOR 10% off your first purchase of Velocity!
He’s the ringmaster of entertainment! Pedro Cebulka has been a staple behind the scenes at every major show jumping event in the world, from the Olympic Games to Spruce Meadows. Beneath his colorful wardrobe lurks an even more colorful character. Tune in for an entertaining collection of horse show memories with our charity partner JustWorld International. Costumes included.
Brian Moggre jumped his first mini grand prix at age 11, won his first World Cup qualifier at age 17 and jumped double clear in (and won!) his first senior Nations Cup at age 18. He’s a teenage dream for Team USA and the feature guest on Episode 11 of The Jay Duke Show, presented by Mane ‘n Tail.
U.S. team veteran and friend to “difficult” horses everywhere, Candice King talks about the horses she made and the ones that made her career. Episode 12 is presented by Equishopper and The Equivault.
American Olympian/Hall of Fame Show Jumper turned Kentucky Derby winning racehorse trainer Michael Matz is in the hot seat in Episode 13 of The Jay Duke Show, presented by Riders Boutique and proudly supported by The Equivault.
Canada’s Gail Greenough broke the glass ceiling in show jumping when she became the first woman to win the World Championships in 1986 at Aachen, GER. It’s a record that held until 2018! Listen to Greenough talk past, present and future for females in horse sport and more.
USA’s Adrienne Sternlicht broke onto the international stage in 2018 as part of the gold medal winning team at the World Equestrian Games. She’s 27 now and has her sights on an even bigger goal: changing the world. Tune in catch up with Adrienne on The Jay Duke Show, presented by The Equivault!
Roby Roberts built what appears to be a world class facility for the World Equestrian Center Ocala. But even deep pockets can’t buy him USEF show dates, it seems. Now he’s forging his own path forward with the National Snaffle Bit Association and re-writing the rule book on how hunter/jumper shows are run. Tune in for a special WEC episode of The Jay Duke Show featuring USHJA president Mary Babick and “Champion of the People” Ann Glavan.
Olympian, Pan American Games medalist, CBC commentator, Jump Canada Young Rider Development Program Advisor, reigning Canadian Champion—Beth Underhill’s career is as expansive as it is influential. She’ll discuss it all today on The Jay Duke Show, presented by Haygain! Tune in Monday at 2pm ET. Exclusively on Horse Network.
“Legend” is a term that gets bandied about loosely these days. Ludger Beerbaum is one in actual fact. The German master has captured every major title in show jumping: Olympics (3 team; 1 individual), World Equestrian Games (twice), World Cup Final, Nations Cup Final (team and individual), European Championship (4 team; 2 individual)—and that’s only his *gold* medal count.
This week on The Jay Duke Show hear Ludger tell stories from his absurdly storied career, plus some that are just plain absurd. The Jay Duke Show is proudly supported by The Equivault and Equishopper.
In Part 2 of the Mileage Rule Roundtable, Brazilian Olympian Rodrigo Pessoa and veteran show manager Dale Harvey of West Palms Event Management join Jay for a candid conversation on the realities of competing in and running USEF sanctioned shows under the existing mileage rule. Presented by Perfect Products.
10 legs. 5 stars. 1 spectacular series. Keean White and Matt Morrissey are leading the charge to a brave new world of team competition in North America with Major League Show Jumping. They’ll share their vision for pro equestrian sport and the challenges that come with it on Monday’s episode of The Jay Duke Show, presented by Perfect Products. Get 10% off your order with code HORSENETWORK10 at PerfectProductsEQ.com!
USEF takes the stage in Part 3 of the Mileage Rule Roundtable, presented by Perfect Products. Incoming president Tom O’Mara and USEF CEO Bill Moroney share insights with Jay on the World Equestrian Center dates debacle, the affordability of horse shows and their vision for the future. You don’t want to miss this! Get 10% off your order with promo code HORSENETWORK10 at perfectproductseq.com