Reality Hit Series Omega Equine All Star Academy Returns to Horse & Country TV This Sunday

Horse & Country TV's hit reality series Omega Equine All Star Academy will be premiering its third season on Nov. 25. (Photo: Courtesy of Horse & Country TV)

Horse & Country TV's hit reality series Omega Equine All Star Academy will be premiering its third season on Nov. 25. (Photo: Courtesy of Horse & Country TV)

Wellington, Fla. – Nov. 21, 2018 – Horse & Country TV (H&C TV) is thrilled to be premiering the third season of its popular reality television series, Omega Equine All Star Academy, sponsored by Omega Equine, on Sunday, Nov. 25, at 9 p.m. EST.

Already, the first and second seasons were a huge hit amongst viewers and this upcoming season promises to be action-packed and bigger and better than ever, with all-new judges ready to teach and assess the eight fresh pairs of contestants and their horses.

After many hours of deliberating over hundreds of audition videos submitted, H&C TV announced the eight lucky finalists participating in the third series of the Omega Equine All Star Academy in August.

Filmed in Gloucestershire, U.K., at the Talland School of Equitation, the show, described as a cross between The Apprentice and Pony Club camp, follows the eight finalists as they are challenged to perform a series of tough tasks under the watchful eyes of the judges. However, this isn’t just a riding competition. The judges will be looking for well-rounded stars who impress with their personality, media savvy, tenacity and will to learn, as well as their skills in the saddle.

Click here to watch a preview of the Omega Equine All Star Academy premiering on Sunday.

Pammy Hutton and her son Charlie act as the contestants’ mentors and judges. In addition, there will be surprise guest judges turning up throughout the show, giving riders a once-in-a-lifetime chance to learn from some of the leading names in the equestrian industry. Previous guest judges from past seasons include Olympic event rider Ludwig Svennerstål, top show jumper Geoff Billington, dressage and event star Daisy Coakely and Olympic dressage gold medalist Carl Hester.

Media skills are just as important as horsemanship in the Omega Equine All Star Academy as all of the contestants will go on to share video blogs of their life after the academy in The All Star Diaries on H&C TV.

Ultimately, the winner of this season’s Omega Equine All Star Academy will receive a generous one-year sponsorship and products from Omega Equine plus the chance to co-present an episode of Rudall’s Round-Up with Jenny Rudall on H&C TV. All eight finalists will also be given over £1,000 worth of equestrian products.

Stay up-to-date with this season’s contestants on Omega Equine All Star Academy and join the conversation by using the hashtag #OEASA.

Can’t wait for the new series to start? Watch season one and two here.

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