Podcast Celebration: Enter to Win!

You could win one of these prizes!

Its celebration time…and you could win a prize!

Step 1- Read this blog

Step 2- Leave a comment on any of the podcast episode pages ([https://stacywestfall.com/podcast-show/]

Step 3- Check back Christmas day to see if you won!

Give away items include these amazing Weaver Leather items:

  • Stacy’s Showtime Collection Headstall ($247.49 value)
  • Stacy’s Leather Bronc Halter ($84.19 value)
  • Stacy’s Quick Catch Halter ($34.49 value)
  • Stacy’s favorite Trail Bags ($68.69 value)
  • Stacy’s Equine Activity Ball ($88.00 value)

Where to comment:
Leave a thoughtful comment on any or all of the podcast posts you enjoyed. Tell us what you learned, why you liked it, how the podcast has impacted you. I’m like Santa…I can tell if you listened by the quality of your comment:)


Winner will be drawn on Christmas day! Have fun!

A big THANK YOU to Weaver Leather for providing prizes for this contest!


  1. Cheryl Van Herk on December 24, 2020 at 7:05 pm

    I am always amazed that you share so much wisdom for free. Thanks for your generosity!

  2. Laurie Thomas Taylor on December 22, 2020 at 12:48 am

    I love the podcasts. I have listened to most of them. I have a few to catch up on.

  3. Cathy Fimbel on December 22, 2020 at 12:47 am

    I have listened to ALL of the podcasts. I can’t get enough of your insight into the horses’ minds and the riders’ minds and how to connect! I so look forward to the next one before I’m finished with the current one I’m listening to. LOVE your insight and experiences. Keep up the Awesome work!!!

  4. Laurie Schempp on December 21, 2020 at 10:50 pm

    I’ve listened to the first 100 podcasts (100 definitely had me reaching for Kleenex). The 4 square model and how it really applies to almost every situation for both myself and my horse has helped look at “creative” horse issues in a different way. Also love how changing the wording can help make you feel differently about your horse (“creative” instead of “problem”, or “asking questions” instead of “disobedient”). So grateful that you continue to share your knowledge, looking forward to the next 100 podcasts!

  5. Becci Rose on December 18, 2020 at 6:10 pm

    Always like listening to your podcasts as am new to owning a horse and a green one at that. So we are both learning together!

  6. Adrienne Crain on December 18, 2020 at 9:22 am

    Hi Stacy!
    This is great! I love to listen to you. I learn something from every podcast!
    This is a wonderful gift from you and Weaver!
    I hope to win.

  7. Liseanne Roy on December 18, 2020 at 7:00 am

    As a fledgling trainer at age 16 (11 years ago!) I came across Stacy’s work as most of us did, by finding her “Live like you where dying” freestyle for her dad with Roxy.

    I was hooked at that moment, I ditched my barrel saddle for a reining on and embarked down a road that has led me to understand and adore my time with my horses on a whole new level.

    It helped plant the seed of my passion for teaching and showed me that women can do much more than just sit on the sidelines while the men train their horses. It taught me that being a mother and wife does not make a women weak and does not have to stop a career with horses.

    Stacy taught me so much about horses, riding and training but she also taught me a lot about myself, and that is so powerful considering we have never met.

    Thank you so much Stacy!

  8. Olivia on December 17, 2020 at 10:36 pm

    I always look forward to listening to Stacy’s podcasts as they are uploaded, as well as catching up on previous episodes! She is a wealth of knowledge, and I so appreciate her taking the time to discuss and explain her training methods, thoughts, and encourage fellow horse enthusiasts. Listening to her podcasts is like having a barn chat with your best friend!

  9. Kimberly Pashak on December 17, 2020 at 6:47 pm

    Thank you for your podcasts love them all and I always have takeways for each of them. Also enjoy your videos

  10. Elisa Wilson on December 17, 2020 at 6:23 pm

    I am working my way through ALL of your podcasts. I have learned so much. You have a unique perspective and way of looking at things that has helped me reexamine a lot of things with my horses. Thank you so much!
    (I usually listen on my phone so it is harder to leave a comment there but I enjoy them all )

  11. Kerryn Downer on December 17, 2020 at 4:34 pm

    Stacey I absolutely enjoy all your podcasts it’s really hard to choose one? I can say your podcast teaching the”Hug” was the greatest thing I have learnt over 40years…… your explanation of how the hug works to reset our horses in so many different circumstances ?? THank you soooo much for giving all of yourself so we can help our horses. Forever your student?

  12. Suzy on December 17, 2020 at 11:47 am

    I love your podcasts! I enjoy how you talk from the horses point of view.

  13. Margie on December 17, 2020 at 11:40 am

    There is no way I could choose one favorite podcast! I listen to every one. There are many times that I wish I could have a conversation about things that you mention. Even though you may mention a topic for each episode you cover so much more. One thing that you mentioned about tie rings and your experience of being in a barn that uses them, the horses all learning to root and pull some slack. I have had personal experience with the tie ring and I could discuss the tie ring and the warning label I feel it should have! Another favorite episode is about dealing with hot horses, them Training is to take our legs off. The squeeze! Also I enjoyed the one when you talked about the question that you receive about favorite horse, new best friend! Thanks for the podcast, keep it up!

  14. Melva Kramer on December 17, 2020 at 11:35 am

    Greetings from 207! I so look forward to Wednesday mornings when your podcast is available! Thanks for all you do!

  15. Christine Eck on December 16, 2020 at 5:33 pm

    Hi Stacy! This is SO exciting – thank you to you and Weaver for the giveaway contest!

  16. Kyla Reppond on December 16, 2020 at 4:01 pm

    Thank you so much for teaching us more about horses and western dressage! <3 I love learning from you! Merry Christmas!

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