-Meet The Team-
Host & Executive Producer
Born in the county of Warwickshire in England. Grew up in Stratford upon Avon, surrounded by ponies at an early age and in the saddle before she could walk. Louisa is a lifelong horse lover! Pony Clubing, Gymkhanas, Fox Hunting, Eventing, and the Hunter/Jumper world were her passions throughout her childhood. Upon moving to Ocala, Florida the Horse Capital of The World in 2001, Louisa purchased her first Tennessee Walker and rode in her first Western Saddle. She fell in love with the trails available to riders in Marion County and the surrounding area and has been enjoying her gaited horse ever since. She has hosted The Horse Talk Show since 2013, traveling to horse races, shows, and events to bring exclusive, behind-the-scenes coverage and interviews of world-class equestrians to her listening audience. Many of her followers, often claim to live vicariously through her equine adventures. Her vast experience includes working in Veterinary Hospitals and owning her own horse-boarding facility. Enjoying anything from the greenway trails to the racetrack and the Grand Prix ring, Louisa delivers equine news and “edutainment” with her British Banter and sometimes even a giggle and a snort. Louisa has no social life, as she works a lot! Louisa lives on a farm with her son, 2 horses, a dog, and a partridge in a pear tree. She is currently the director of equine engagement for the Chamber and Economic Partnership and also a Farm Realtor.
Dancin' Pete Rodda
At a young age, Pete was fascinated with animal training and behavior. While in college, he pursued an animal science degree where he discovered an aptitude for getting along with horses that no one else could handle. His innate abilities allowed him to build rapport with the horses that he worked with. Pete continued his education by learning from and dedicating his time to some of the top horsemen in the US. Pete had now been teaching and training professionally across the country for over 15 years and has created his own training program called Complementary Horsemanship. Pete's style of training is based on psychology and understanding how horses communicate. He enjoys showing his students how the groundwork they do directly relates to the work they do in the saddle. Pete has developed a sequence of exercises called Walk the Line that will increase relaxation, connection, confidence, and communication in both horses and humans. Along with Walk the Line, Pete uses his fun and imaginative personality to enable his students to better understand the nature of the horse.
Show Producer & Editor
Isaac Brosius was born and raised in Ocala. Homeschooled until 7th grade, Isaac then attended First Assembly Christian School (FACS). At FACS, he learned a lot about web design and development, cyber security, video production, and editing. Before Isaac graduated, he was creating videos and websites for his school and even started his own YouTube channel for fun and to work on his editing and scriptwriting skills. After graduating, he immediately sought a job in his field of knowledge and interest, with a passion for this
type of work. At that point, Isaac joined the team at the Horse Talk Show, despite having little-to-no experience with horses. He learned how to produce a live television show and lots more about editing and quite a bit about horses too! A few months into working for the Horse Talk Show, he obtained his Part 107 Remote Pilot certificate, allowing him to fly drones commercially. Currently, Isaac is working on getting certified in front-end web
development and plans to increase his experience and abilities in this field of work. Isaac is creative and willing to try anything new to help the show be the best it can be. Isaac is involved in the production, filming, editing, in management of the website, and has droned horse events for the show also. He has been involved in video production for 4 years, web development for 5 years, and has his own YouTube channel ‘The Strategist.' Isaac is an asset to the show and we could not do what we do without him!
Social Media Specialist & Editor
Kylie Mabe was born and raised in Ocala, Florida. With her grandfather, Steve Mabe, being a Trainer and her father, Steve Mabe Jr, being a farrier, she was exposed to horses throughout her childhood and owned her first pony at five. Throughout her life, she has shown and been involved in the equine industry. In middle school and high school, she participated in the FFA program and showed rabbits and horses. In high school, Kylie developed more interests outside of horses. She expressed her love for the arts and music and joined her High Schools Marching Band. She joined the program her freshman year, pursued dance and acting through colorguard all four years of High school, and held a leadership position for three years. During her Junior year, she joined the High School's art class entered many art festivals, and even had her art displayed in the student display at the Dali Museum. She competed on her school's tennis team for 2 years and competed in the state championship for one year. During her last year of high school, she held a leadership role in school as she was a part of her Student Government and Youth Advisory Board. She helped plan every school event and took the actions to make them happen. She was also secretary of the Women’s Empowerment Club and helped organize meetings and activities. She graduated from North Marion High School in 2023 and landed an internship position with The Horse Talk Show in late May, where she began to learn the fundamentals of live production. Fast Forward to January 2024 she is now titled as the Social Media Manager for The Horse Talk Show and is continuing to further her education of production and media management through hands-on experience and learning.