HRTV Plans Subscription Accessible WEG-Minded Shows

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Not just for Horse Racing Anymore!

HRTV will  expand its equestrian programming in the weeks leading up to tthe World Equestrian Games.

Scheduled in the upcoming weeks are highlights of the 55th running of the Tevis Cup, a 100-Mile-a-Day trail ride, and a new, informative series from training great Tom Pierson, highlighted by topics ranging from starting a young horse to fine-tuning a reining horse.

The upcoming equestrian programming will include the 2010 Spirit of Aachen, a documentary that includes entertaining interviews with athletes that participate each year, along with a look at the culture of Aachen.  An “encore” presentation of the 2009 Aachen Games is scheduled to air in the weeks ahead, as are Arabian shows.

Programming will also feature, “Equestrian Tact,” presenting feature stories rooted in each of the internationally contested equestrian disciplines: jumping, dressage, eventing, vaulting, endurance, carriage driving, para-dressage and reining and will introduce audiences to a variety of other equestrian activities, lifestyles and rituals.  The initial 14 episodes will give special focus to preparations for the 2010 Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games.

The network’s “RaceDay America” show, which highlights the day’s horseracing action, will incorporate interviews with many prominent equestrian personalities each week.   Commences at Noon ET/9 a.m. PT during busy race days.

HRTV (www.hrtv.com) is a 24-hour, television-based multimedia network dedicated to the “Sport of Kings”. The live stream of HRTV is available on a subscription basis at http://www.hrtvlive.com to high speed internet users worldwide. The HRTV television network is presently available via cable, telco video and satellite in 19 million US homes.

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