Watch New Horse Master with Julie Goodnight Episodes on RFD-TV this August and September – Then Access FREE Online Extras with Youtube, Facebook and Twitter
SALIDA, Colo., August 1, 2009: As summer winds down, don’t miss the chance to see some amazing new episodes of Horse Master. You’ll learn how to help a rescued horse get back in shape, build up your confidence in jumping and even finagle a turn on the haunches with a gaited horse. Once you’ve seen Goodnight tackle the challenges, you’ll be ready for the fall season when Goodnight journeys to Oregon’s Willamette Valley and the the 28-acre Tanz Pferde Dressage farms to work with more horses and owners. Up first from the Oregon shoot is Diane and her palomino, Jasmine. This horse would catch anyone’s breath – especially when she rears and backs up to avoid going forward on the trail. Without wasting a second, Goodnight helps Diane fix this frightening situation then hustles to help 4-H member Ellye and her horse, Danny, accomplish their goal of getting blue flats in the show ring. Ellye ends up all smiles when she’s learns to slow down her horse for a collected, show-winning ride.
Horse Master airs every Wednesday at 5:30 p.m. EST (with encores airing Thursday and Saturday nights) on RFD-TV (Direct TV channel 345, Dish Network channel 231 as well as cable outlets including Time Warner). See the expanded schedule below.
Free online extras: Find out more about each episode and read FREE articles that accompany and supplement each topic at http://juliegoodnight.com http://juliegoodnight.com/ . Goodnight’s online Training Library also contains questions answered by a pro and is free to read. If you want even more training tips and advice -and chances to win Goodnight’s DVDs and gear -join her fan club on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=2357009854&ref=t &ref=t and sign up for her free monthly newsletter at http://juliegoodnight.com/emailsignup.php (each newsletter edition contains at least two new training articles and you’ll receive discount codes for valuable products just for signing up). Goodnight also writes about key horse keeping and training topics on her blog http://juliegoodnightontheroad.blogspot.com/and announces all through Twitter at http://twitter.com/juliegoodnight. It’s all free to you and will help you form the perfect relationship with your horse.
Schedule of RFD-TV’s Horse Master with Julie Goodnight August & September 2009
August 5, 6, 8 “The Great Escape”: The Horse Master helps a horse owner stay in charge while longeing.
August 12, 13, 15 “Rescue and Rehab”: The Horse Master helps a once-starved horse get back in shape.
August 19, 20, 22 “A Bit Too Much”: The Horse Master changes a horse’s bit to stop head tossing, and helps the rider relax.
August 26, 27, 29 “Private Lesson”: The Horse Master helps an advanced rider learn to collect and ask her horse for more.
September 2, 3, 5 “Jump Into It”: The Horse Master builds confidence in a young jumper.
September 9, 10, 12 “New Directions”: The Horse Master teaches a Rocky Mountain gaited horse to turn on the haunches.
September 16, 17, 19 “Rearing to Go”: The Horse Master helps a frustrated trail rider keep her horse moving forward and from rearing.
September 23, 24, 26 “Show Slow”: The Horse Master teaches a 4H-er to rate her speed in the show ring.
September 30, October 1, 3 “Letting Go”: The Horse Master teaches a nervous rider the importance of relaxing her rein hold and riding with draped reins.
Julie Goodnight is sponsored by Myler Bits, Nutramax Laboratories, Circle Y Saddles, Spalding Labs, Troxel, Kestar’s jodhpur and paddock boots, and the Certified Horsemanship Association. Visit http://www.juliegoodnight.com and http://www.horsemaster.tv and for more information about Julie Goodnight and her Horse Master television show. RFD-TV is available on DirecTV channel 345 and Dish channel 231 as well as cable outlets in the Northeast through Verizon; Nebraska, Michigan, Minnesota, Tennessee through Charter; Georgia through ComSouth; Kentucky and New Mexico through Comcast, and many new locations through Time Warner Cable. Visit http://www.rfdtv.com/ to find out how to view the channel in your area.