Hairdresser to the stars, Joh Bailey, is internationally renowned for revolutionising the blow dry, but did you know he is also an accomplished equestrian and show horse competitor?
Hooked on horses after being bedazzled by painted black hooves and plaited manes at his first Sydney Royal Easter Show, Joh’s obsession with making things pretty perfectly pairs his professional and personal lives. Join us as Joh shares some ‘hair-larious’ tales of horse shows, style fails and the celebrities that keep it all interesting.
All this and so much more in this episode of THE EQUESTRIAN EXPERIENCE.
l loved listening to this podcast he sounds like a very talented man. l don’t have horses anymore my last horse was a thougherberd which l got of a Alison Rolan. Brought her very green then mainly showjumped her and a few shows. In the end l had her put down at 26 years old she had orivaren cancer and bad arthritis and also a sleep disorder. but she did have a very blessed life she was my best friend my best memories were 1st best place is Mount most suitable for beginner as she was so queit and forth in best thougherberd being one other horse. she was a real champ in my eyes and she is now cremated and in my room on my desk as l wanted her with me always and forever. She was a great showjumper never refused a jump and her competition name was summerdreams. thank u guys for sharing this podcast, horses are indeed a real gift and very special
Loved every fit of it , he is right on the money When he said that Michael was the best out there , it was very entertaining ..