Welcome to StreamHorseTV’s Equine Business Series, where we break down complex money questions, uncover money-saving habits, offer tips of the trade, and help you blaze the path to financial success for any budget, in any area of the horse world you might find yourself.
Dr. Piper Klemm, professor at Clarkson University and publisher of The Plaid Horse Magazine sat down with StreamHorseTV for a discussion about the top three skills for success in the equestrian world: horse skills, people skills, and business skills.
In the same way that horses have pasture mates, Klemm discusses how different people have different strengths. But success happens when these skills team up to form a herd of their own.
When you think about becoming an equestrian, you probably think about all the exciting parts! However, there are some important financial considerations that come with being an equestrian. Talking about money can be very stressful, but it is so important to plan for your horse’s well being in advance!
Konni Harrison from KMH Unlimited, Kim Weir from the Thoroughbred Retirement Foundation, and Patti Lessard from Mill Circle Equestrian Center had a talk with StreamHorseTV on how to ensure your horse’s well being after you’re gone. Through the course of the conversation, they went over a few basic questions to ask yourself during this tough process.
Feeling good financially?
No? With just a little knowledge about the process, you can!
Konni Harrison is on a mission to make financial conversations feel good, by educating us on how we can effectively and comfortably talk about money. And for all the equine business managers and horse owners out there, we’re here to ask an important question: What will happen to your horse if something happens to you?
If you don’t know the answer to that question, listen up!
For all of you horse-lovers out there balancing your money decisions in the equine space! Dr. Piper Klemm visited StreamHorseTV to share her insights on how to take a hold of your financial future, where to start when building your budget, and how to make your money work for you no matter what your horse-world goals might be.
Dr. Piper Klemm, professor at Clarkson University and publisher of The Plaid Horse Magazine sat down with StreamHorseTV for an in-depth discussion about the myths, truths of the equine industry, and why old traditions might be holding back economic growth for horse sports. Piper shared what she believes the horse industry has going for it, and areas that could use some innovation.