Horse Radio Network to Broadcast World Championship Results from Int’l Equestrian Festival

Lexington, KY – With the opening of the 2010 International Equestrian Festival (IEF) just six months away, the Horse Radio Network, producers of the 2010 Radio Show and six other shows, announced that it has reached broadcast deals with over 30 affiliates – expanding their audience to 37 countries – and announced plans to broadcast daily from the IEF as the Official Equestrian Radio Partner.  The programming includes daily world championship competition results from the eight sporting events held at the Alltech 2010 World Equestrian Games, interviews with equestrian athletes, and fun-filled IEF coverage.

The International Equestrian Festival, held in the Lexington Convention Center, from September 25 through October 10, 2010, is located in the official host city of the World Games.  The Horse Radio Network will join Presenting Sponsor HRTV (Horse Racing Television) in providing exciting coverage of the event’s entertainment, education and tourism components.

The radio crew is led by the executive producer of the Horse Radio Network, Glenn the Geek, a pioneer of equestrian podcast entertainment with over 20 years experience in the entertainment industry. Glenn will be joined by British horsewomen and co-host of The 2010 Radio Show, Samantha Clark, at the IEF anchor location. Attendees of the IEF and the 2010 WEG are encouraged to gather for the show and participate in the coverage.

The 2010 Radio Show currently airs every Wednesday.  The show covers the news about the IEF and the Games from all angles including preparations, the Kentucky Horse Park construction, the IEF events and celebrities, the local Lexington atmosphere and the riders and equine athletes that will be participating. The March 31, 2010 episode includes interviews with International Equestrian Festival superstars including singer/songwriter Templeton Thompson, known for her hit songs “Girls & Horses” & “Cowgirl Creed,” and History Channel celebrity Mark Peterson, famous for extreme trail riding adventures and his Breaking the Language Barrier techniques.

To listen to all the radio shows visit www.HorseRadioNetwork.com.

To learn about the festival or get exhibitor information visit www.InternationalEquestrianFestival.com.

Horse Capital Productions, LLC promotes entertainment, education, and tourism for the horse industry with large-scale events production and web-based education and entertainment solutions. The 2010 International Equestrian Festival presented by HRTV, is a Horse Capital Productions event sponsored by HRTV, Nutrena, Spoga Horse, Martin Collins Polytrack, Kraft Brothers Inc., and Julie Goodnight, with partnerships including Eastern Kentucky University and the Kentucky Horse Council. Horse Capital Productions is based in Lexington, the heart of Kentucky bluegrass horse country, and operates under the philosophy of doing what is right for the horse, the community and the international sport of horses. Become a fan of the International Equestrian Festival on Facebook to get the latest news and updates about the event.

Horse Radio Network, LLC is the largest radio network dedicated to the horse lover with six different shows including the Stable Scoop Radio Show, the 2010 Radio Show, the unofficial radio show about the World Equestrian Games, Eventing Radio Show, Dressage Radio Show, Horse Tip Daily, and Jumping Radio Show.  You can listen to all the shows online at www.HorseRadioNetwork.com.  And the western lovers out there will be excited to know that the Western Radio Show will be live shortly!

Kimberly E. Brown

859.223.2010

April 2, 2010

info@HorseCapitalProductions.com

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