The Women’s Horse Industry Network, a worldwide business-networking group for people working in the horse industry, has announced that Horse Races Now has added a channel on their mobile app for the Women’s Horse Industry Network.
The Women’s Horse Industry Network is a global business networking group of men and women working in the horse industry. “Our members offer a lot of great products and services and are in all areas of the horse industry. By having our own channel on the Horse Races Now app, many more people will discover us and many of our members and contacts will start using the Horse Races Now app. It’s a real win-win for everyone,” states WHIN’s President, Catherine Masters.
Horse Races Now is a mobile app, which allows horse racing enthusiasts to have a deeper connection to the industry. Users can check Entries, Results, Today’s Changes, Horse Racing News and watch Live Racing and Race Replays all while being able to keep track of their favorite Horses, Trainers, Jockeys and Racetracks. Horse Races Now will also send alerts to users each time one of their Favorites is entered in a race or has a workout. The app is available to download free on the Apple iTunes and Google Play stores.
“We are excited to be working with WHIN,” said Sue McPeek, Co-Founder of Horse Races Now. “This organization brings to us a wealth of resources and experience in promotion that we need as we expand the user base at Horse Races Now. I’ve been a WHIN member for two years and am impressed with the energy and public relations knowledge that Catherine brings to this network. Her willingness to ‘go the extra mile’ to help her members is a plus for any small business owner.”
For additional information on the Horse Races Now mobile app, please go to www.HorseRacesNow.com or call 859-254-9969.
For additional information on the Women’s Horse Industry Network, please visit www.womenshorseindustry.com or call 615-730-7833.
Catherine Masters – WHIN
Horse Races Now
Thought you might like to check out WHIN on Speaking of Horses TV. Wayne Williams has put together some great interviews from our recent meeting in Nashville. Here’s the link:
Look under the SOH TV tab
Wayne has also joined forces with WHIN and Pegasus TV to produce and broadcast the first ever EQUINE CLASSIFIED AD show for television. This show will be seen around the country to millions of potential customers on cable TV and the internet. If you would like ad rates and the details on how you can participate on this show, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
THIS IS A FIRST FOR THE EQUINE INDUSTRY!
The cost is very reasonable and the exposure tremendous!
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Nashville, TN – The Women’s Horse Industry Network has announced that Elizabeth Shatner has been selected as a recipient of a WHINNY award for her efforts in the horse industry.
The WHINNY awards are designed to shine the light on people who are using their high visibility to save and protect horses and to promote the horse industry through charitable efforts. Elizabeth Shatner, wife of actor William Shatner, does just that.
Born with a love of horses, Elizabeth started riding at the age of five. At the tender age of eight, she got her first horse, a Galiceno pony. By 14, she was teaching horseback riding and participating in young judging competitions with the Indiana Arabian Club, winning several national honors and a scholarship. As a part of the scholarship, she was able to attend a USEF judging clinic. It was during her time as a youth judge that she began to see the beauty of art in nature. She attended Purdue University studying equine and animal science and Butler University in Telecommunications. She eventually became a professional horse trainer.
A photo safari trip with her husband in Israel was the spark that ignited her passion for art with photography launching her in another career. She calls her art Flowrosophy, using the nature’s shapes and colors to create pieces that heal the spirit and arouse introspection. Moving back to her love of horses Elizabeth recently unveiled as part of her “Elizabeth Shatner Art by Nature” series the “Unbridled Collection”, a series of digitally painted photographs of horses she has encountered all around the world focusing on Kentucky and the role horses have played in history and their influence on culture. Elizabeth celebrates these “horses in service” by donating portions of the proceeds from the sale of her artwork to equine-related charities.
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Nashville, TN – The Women’s Horse Industry Network has announced that P. J. Stegen will be a featured speaker at the event.
The event takes place in Nashville, Tennessee October 6-8 and includes a variety of events. On October 6, the group will host the 1st Annual WHINNY awards. The event includes live country music, the presentation of the awards and a silent auction to benefit equine charities. All events take place at the Radisson Hotel Opryland. Complete details are on WHIN’s website. The event starts at 6 PM and is open to the public. To order tickets please click here!
The conference with exhibitors and panels starts on Friday, the 7th and runs through Saturday, the 8th. P. J. Stegen will be speaking at the “Making Your Business Profitable” on Saturday, October 8th.
P. J. Stegen spent over 35 years in business, and has been a non-profit management professional since 1989. P. J. served as Executive Director of four industry trade associations: Video Electronics Standards Association (VESA), Fibre Channel Association, The ATM Forum, and Gaming Standards Association. She worked with 1,000+ corporate member companies and 2,000 individual corporate volunteers developing and promoting technical standards for the Personal Computing (PC), Video & High Definition, System Storage, Telecommunications and Gaming Industries. P. J. has also served on the Core Group/Board of Directors of the above and several other non-profits including The Ilan Lael Foundation, In-Reach Foundation, and the Rainshadow Charter High School. She has also been instrumental in producing and hosting personal development seminars for trainers such as Wayne Dyer, Depak Chopra, Yogi Bahjan, Larry Dossey, Pia Mellody and others through her association with the Palo Also Community Church as their Director of Volunteers and Special Events.
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