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About us

‘From the Saddle’ is a podcast bringing you raw and real conversations from the Australian bush to the Mongolian Steppe and back.

Hear stories of triumph and tenacity; heartache and loss from rodeo riders, outback ringers, cattle traders, bronze sculptors and more.

Join our hosts Caitlyn Hewitt, Kay Becker and Scott Keogh as they speak with ordinary people doing extraordinary things. These enlightening conversations reveal why our guests started in their fields, how they endured their toughest challenges and their hopes for the future.

They're yarns best listened to with a cuppa in hand or during those long drives to town. 



Caitlyn Hewitt - Founder + Host

Caitlyn runs a successful design studio from her family property 'Charvel' in Theodore, Queensland.

Married to a third-generation grazier and Mum to a young son, she's used to juggling many projects and responsibilities. She's deeply connected to her community, working hard for the local show society and campdrafting committees as their Secretary. One of her favourite things to do is find new voices for the podcast.


Caitlyn's studio, Hewitt Consulting and Communications, helps brand rural businesses with digital designs and advertising.


Kay Becker - Host

Kay has worked as a banker, CEO and publican, but now she's back where she belongs, on the land.

She was raised on a cattle property near Theodore, before spending nearly a decade working in the banking industry. She became a prominent figure in Central Queensland during her 15-year tenure as Chief Executive of the Capricorn Helicopter Rescue Service. During this time, she worked with sponsors, all levels of Government and many community organisations.


In recent years, Kay managed the Rolleston Hotel and is now living on a family property that breeds, fattens and trades cattle.


Scott Keogh - Guest Host

Scott is a former saddle bronc riding champion & third-generation professional horse trainer. 

He spent seven years on the American rodeo circuit, averaging 125 rodeos a year. In 2005, he was Texas State Champion, and the same year won the National Circuit Finals. He was ranked seventh in the world when he decided to return to Australia. He now owns a training complex in Clifton, south-east Queensland, where he breaks in up to 200 horses a year.

Scott's training DVDs have sold all over the world.