i-channel is a new service that gives access to programs via the Internet.
Paid service. Free demo of the Devon 2003 Grand Prix dressage winner.
Rick Lamb's previous radio shows are archived and can be accessed for free over
the Internet. Includes interviews with trainers, breeders, etc. and educational shows. Dial-up modem okay.
your Horse Could Talk” radio show via free archives. Programs on natural
vet care and “natural” oriented horse training. Interviews and information. Real
Player; dial-up modem accessible.
Horsemans Weekly with Jim Campbell
radio shows since January 2003. Covers English riding specialties, Western, equine
health, care and management, showing, etc., etc.
Internet Broadcasting of Horse Shows
Provided by businesses/corporations:
Following are some companies that are routinely
providing LIVE Internet Broadcasts of certain Horse Shows. Contact them for exact schedules and fees.
CTNMG, Inc. owns several websites that include broadcasting shows and
Primarily Quarter Horse-Stock Horse oriented.
They have regular broadcasts of National Cutting Horse Association shows,
including the Futurity from Ft. Worth, TX in January and have provided webcasts for the AQHA Worlds.
Includes reining, etc.
Complete schedule at the website.
Providing coverage for the National Reining Cow Horse Association
as of 2008
Providing converage of many horse shows and horse sales/auctions...including
Sacramento (Cal.) International Horse Show
(primarily jumping, including World Cup level competition, Olympic riders)
American Quarther Horse Association
Amateur and Open show and
National Cutting Horse Association Futurity
Ft. Worth, Tx
Abilene Cutting Competitions
Keeneland in Lexington, Kentucky, USA is considered the premier sales
site of Thoroughbred horses.
They are broadcasting their sales free over the internet.
See some of the top Thoroughbred horses in the world, records being set,
and learn a lot about breeding and bloodlines by watching the sales.
On-line catalog accompanies the webcast.
East Coast based, this company provided complete coverage for the Harrisburg
National Show in 2006 (all ten days for $100). Schedule for 2007 includes the Tampa AGA and other Grand Prix jumping
PROVIDED BY BREED ORGANIZATIONS
Some breed organizations are sponsoring coverage of their World/National championships
including the following:
American Paint Horse Association
Webcast of World Championships held in June-July each year
American Quarter Horse Association
AQHA has had a free webstream from the World Championships for several
years. Held in November each year.
See EquineClassifieds above too.
American Saddlebred Association
Started broadcasting the World Championships from Louisville, KY in
Nominal charge of $5-$10 per day.
Arabian Horse Association
Major Regional and National and International shows videostreamed. Information
at below sites:
Arabian Horse Association:
Morgan World Championships
Held in October each year.
In 2008, provided free Internet Live Videostream.
Information on broadcasts of Rick Lambs equine radio show.
Jim Campbell's weekly radio show website.
The Cable station Animal Planet is starting some new series and specials regarding
See above link of
Television and Horses
ESPN, cables TVs premier Sports station, continues to provide extensive coverage
of Thoroughbred racing, and in their weekly show Wire-to-Wire includes American Quarterhorse racing. Additionally airs
"America's Horse", the weekly series from the American Quarterhorse Assn. Some shows just available on ESPN2.
Horse Racing TV offers 24/7 thoroughbred and quarterhorse racing. Mostly
Good insights into the racing industry with interviews, breeding info, etc.
See site for what areas offer Horse Tv via Cable
Rfd (the Rural network) is included on some cable/satellite TV.
Shows include dressage, breed organization promos, and lots of trainers promoting their programs, videos and products.
Includes some horse auctions too. Very educational. Interspersed between other rurally oriented programs.