Wellington, Fla. – Feb. 7, 2019 – The start of a new year means new series on Horse & Country TV (H&C TV)! Four new, must-see shows premiered in January, including H&C SOS, Horse Master with Julie Goodnight, Unstable and Daisy Dines With.
In H&C SOS, available only on demand on H&C TV, world-renowned athletes and trainers answer questions submitted by viewers online. The series kicked off with dressage Olympic gold medalist Carl Hester and continues with eventing world champion Ros Canter, available from Sunday, Feb. 17, as well as the legendary William Fox-Pitt, available from Sunday, March 24.
We all need a bit of help and advice when it comes to our horses whether in the saddle or on the ground. So why not get that advice from the best in the business? Join H&C TV to watch the full first episode of H&C SOS with Carl Hester now!
Horse Master with Julie Goodnight, which airs on Tuesdays at 8:30 p.m. EST on H&C TV, stars internationally renowned trainer and clinician, Julie Goodnight, as she aims to teach riders and horse owners how to safely, and kindly, work with their horses.
In this new series, Goodnight shares her tips and practices as she teaches equestrians around the world, of all backgrounds and disciplines, how to establish great relationships with their horses. Through this, Goodnight hopes to help all riders master their equestrian dreams and skills, while emphasizing the importance of life-long learning.
Take an emotional journey with pro-rider Allie, business manager Tammy and her 12-year-old daughter Alex, along with barn manager Megan, as they pursue their vision of building a world-class equestrian show barn in H&C TV’s new reality series Unstable. Pitted against established industry giants, the hardships of daily life and motherhood, and their desire for meaningful relationships, can the girls make their dreams come true? Watch to find out on Fridays at 7:30 p.m. EST on H&C TV!
Lastly, premiering in the U.S. for the first time, is the popular Daisy Dines With series, now in its second season.
In this series, host Daisy Bunn is invited into the homes of top riders, where they cook a meal for her, give exclusive access to their farms and offer insight into their success. Season one featured a number of equestrian stars, such as Nick Skelton, Shane Breen, Hester and the Funnells.
Season two kicked off with a trip to international show jumper Nina Barbour’s home, who also invited Geoff Billington and Richard Davison round for dinner — a dream dinner party! The second episode took Bunn to visit para-dressage athlete Natasha Baker, who shared her journey to becoming a five-time Paralympic gold medalist as well as how her family have pulled together to overcome her disability.
The series continues with the Fox-Pitts, airing on Saturday, Feb. 9, at 8 p.m. EST, followed by a visit with Rory Bremner and guests, show jumpers Graham and Tina Fletcher, on Saturday, Feb. 16, at 8 p.m. EST.
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