Trails" Announces Series Launch On HorseTV:
Series To Feature Top Endurance Competitons and Trail Riding Across
1, Houston, TX - Horse Trails, the new television series
dedicated to all aspects of trail riding with a special emphasis
on endurance and competitive trail riding competition today announced
its broadcast launch on HorseTV.
Riding is one of the fastest growing equine sports throughout the
world. Riding over distances of 50 and 100 miles, horses and riders
compete against each other while traveling at moderate paces, with
proper conditioning a major factor in successful horse and rider
Riding is one of the seven major international disciplines included
in the World Equestrian Games competitions which are held every
four years between the Olympic Games. This September, Spain will
host the World Equestrian Games for 2002.
by two-time AERC National Champion, Dave Kaden, upcoming Horse Trails
programs will include the 2001 Pan American Championships, the 2001
American Endurance Riding Conference National Championships, and
the IAHA (International Arabian Horse Association) Championships
in New Mexico. Other episodes will showcase riding areas in such
diverse locations as the White Sands National Monument where
moonlight riding is popular to fall foliage rides in the
mountains of Northern Kentucky.
Horse Trails television series is sponsored in part by Specialized
Saddles, designer and manufacturer of customized endurance and trail
Trails will be featured as part of the regular HorseTV program schedule
on Monday nights starting April 1. For more information on show
descriptions and schedules, please visit www.horsetrails.tv or the
HorseTV website. For advertising or sponsorship information please
contact host David Kaden via email at email@example.com.
began broadcasting fifteen months ago on January 1, 2001 and is
distributed by the America One Television Network. HorseTV is presented
as five, two-hour long time-blocks per week. One hundred twenty-five
affiliate stations and select cable systems coast-to-coast broadcast
the America One Television Network, which also can be received by
over 2 million households via direct C-Band satellite. More than
20 million households can receive America One.
is also available on the Internet via America Ones 24 hour-a-day
webcast through Yahoo. There are more than 13 million homes with
broadband Internet connections in North America alone.1 Visit the
HorseTV website for specific information on how to watch television
on the Internet, including direct links to the webcasts.
presents a wide variety of programs to its viewers, providing educational,
instructional, veterinary, documentary, and show and event programming
devoted to owners, riders, breeders and lovers of horses and equestrian
LLC is a joint venture of USFR Media Group and Equestrian Vision
USA/UK. USFR Media Group is an integrated media holding company
located in Houston, Texas. In addition to America One Television,
USFR Media Group owns Cowboys & Indians magazine, the premier
magazine of the Western lifestyle, and Western & English Today,
the leading business-to-business magazine of the western and English
equestrian industry. Equestrian Vision is the leading distributor
of high-quality equestrian programming and home video in North America
and Europe, including the equestrian events from the 2000 Sydney
Olympics and the upcoming World Equestrian Games in Spain.
- Salomon Smith Barney, Nielsen/NetRatings
Trails - www.horsetrails.tv
HorseTV - www.horse-tv.com
America One Television - www.americaone.com