HorseTV March Program Schedule


Please note that the program schedule has changed. HorseTV can be seen Sunday through Thursday nights beginning at:

11pm to 1:00am EST
10pm to 12am CST
9pm to 11pm MST
8pm to 10pm PST

In some cases a local television station may have delayed broadcasts.
Please check with your local independent station for correct times.

Show # Date Day Title  
203 3/3 Sun Horses of the Mongolian Steppes The descendants of Genghis Khan and the conquering hoards which overran western civilization centuries ago live on in very much the same way as their ancesters did many years ago. The horse culture which enabled them to be so successful in warfare is still very much part of the lives of the these people. This documentary takes you to the lands and people who have made horses the center of their civilization for thousands of years.
      IAHA Competitive Trail Riding The International Arabian Horse Association sanctions and holds numerous endurance and competitive trail rides for Arabian horses and their owners throughout the year. This is a short peek at a typical competition and how it is run.
      Original Gold Reining - Spins For many years, international equestrian sports have been limited to the traditional disciplines of showjumping, dressage, three day eventing, carriage driving, vaulting and endurance. Very recently the sport of reining -- which grew out of the culture of the America west -- has been added as an international competition. The very first United States Equestrian Reining Team was made up of four of the top reining horse trainers in the U.S., Craig Johnson, Dell Hendricks, Scott McCutcheon and Bill Horn. This team won the Gold Medal in the first Nations Cup Reining Competition. This great new series highights important reining maneuvers, and each different maneuver will be presented by all four of these top horseman demonstrating his method of training a horse.
         
204 3/4 Mon Spanish Riding School - First 400 Years The history, tradition, and performance of the remarkable Lipizzan stallions, in a lyrical and beautiful documentary for the celebration of the 400th anniversary of the Spanish Riding School of Vienna. A superbly filmed documentary on the history, tradition, and performance of the dancing white stallions of Vienna. The fully-trained Lippizan stallion is as much a product of Baroque high artistic achievement as any work of sculpture, painting or architecture in the world today.
      Successful Endurance #1 - Setting Speed for Beginners 1 Endurance racing -- the test of horse and rider over long distances in the shortest time -- has become a major equestrian sport around the world. Learning the basics at the beginning provides the tools a rider needs if he or she intends to be a serious competitior. This is a new series for the endurance rider, from the very beginning steps to competing in major events. Part 1 of "Setting Speed for Beginners."
         
205 3/5 Tues Nations Cup Grand Prix - 2000 Modena, Italy The Nations Cup Grand Prix Show Jumping Series is held in various cities around the world, and provides on-going competition between countries. Here are the hightlights from Modena, Italy, in 2000, with show jumpng fan and opera great Luciano Pavarotti in ring-side attendance.
      Badminton Cross Country Highlights 1989 The Badminton Horse Trials (now the Badminton Three Day Event) is probably the world's most prestigeous three day competition, held over four days in Great Britain. From out of the past, here are some of exciting highlights of cross-country day.
      Shaker Village of Pleasant Hill The state of Kentucky is well known for its blue-grass industry in the breeding and racing of Thoroughbreds, but unknown to most is a special part of the state where a complete "Shaker Village" has been restored, surrounded by thousands acres and miles of the most beautiful public riding trails in the country.
      Grass Roots Eventing: Jack LeGoff From out of the past -- a visit with legendary USET three day coach Jack LeGoff as he provides some insight into eventing and helps some novice riders at a local competition in Texas.
         
206 3/6 Wed Survival of the Fittest Documentary on the American Quarter Horse, the most popular horse in America.
      Campbell, Peter: Colt Starting / First Ride Episode 1 One of the most sought after clinicians for the training of ranch horses, as well as roping and horsemanship skills is Peter Campbell, and his series feature various aspects of his training methods. This week the unbroken ranch colt is saddled, mounted and ridden for the first time.
         
207 3/7 Thurs World Equestrian Games Driving Championships 1990 Every four years, between the Olympics, the World Equestrian Games are held in a different host country, bringing together the finest horses and riders in the world to compete in six equestrian disciplines. In 1990 the Games were held in Stochholm, Sweden. This week the exciting and growing sport of four-in-hand carriage driving is featured.
         
208 3/10 Sun Fox Hunting in England An exciting and in-depth look at the controversial sport of fox hunting, including a visit to a centuries old English hunt club as its members prepare and participate in a day's hunt for Reginald, the wily fox.
      When to Call the Vet #1 - Normal Horse/Disease Prevention Knowing when to call the vet, as well as knowing how to keep your horse healthy, is a responsibiity of all horse owners. This week the new veterinary series covers the normal horse, as well as preventive medicine.
      Out of the Past:Levi Ride & Tie An historical look at one of the first Ride & Tie competitions in the US, the 1973 Levi Ride & Tie. Utilizing only one horse, two riders take turns riding and running to cover many miles of rugged terrain in one of the toughest tests around.
         
209 3/11 Mon Successful Endurance #2 - Setting Speed for Beginners 2 Endurance racing -- the test of horse and rider over long distances in the shortest time -- has become a major equestrian sport around the world. Learning the basics at the beginning provides the tools a rider needs if he or she intends to be a serious competitior. This is a new series for the endurance rider, from the very beginning steps to competing in major events. Part 2 of "Setting Speed for Beginners"
      Race to Glory:The Story of the Hambletonian The Hambletonian is one of the most famous harness races in North America. Named after a famous trotter which lived and died many years ago, this most revered of all competitions for Standardbreds lives on in the minds, hearts and everyday lives of thousands of harness racing enthusiasts.
      Vet Tips - The First Aid Kit Short Vet Tips from the aclaimed televisoin series, "Horse World"
         
210 3/12 Tues WEG 1994 Vaulting & Endurance Every four years, between the Olympics, the World Equestrian Games are held in a different host country, bringing together the finest horses and riders in the world to compete in six equestrian disciplines. In 1994 the Games were held in The Hague, Netherlands. This week the difficult sport of Endurance Racing is covered, as well as the relatively new sport of vaulting.
      On the Fifth Day Informative and intriguing documentary on the origins of the horse, presented by the American Quarter Horse Association
         
211 3/13 Wed Peter Campbell: Colt Starting / First Ride Vol. 2  
All in a Day's Ride: Cowboys and Horses Excellent, older documentary on the relationships of a cowboy and his horse as he goes through his work day, presented by the American Quarter Horse Association
      Lyons, John: Crossing Streams America's most respected trainer provides training tips and advice for novice to advanced horsemen and women. In this episode, John gives some pretty good info on the proper way to get your horse across water.
      Riding for the Handicapped: Offering Alternative Therapies  
212 3/14 Thurs Hands On with Mary Bromley - Episode 1/Anatomy Learn how to improve the athletic performance of your horse using massage therapy from one of the acknowleged experts in the field of massage, magnetic therapy and stretching. This weeks episode features the importance of know the correct anatomy of the horse.
      Globetrot James Greenwood is no ordinary traveler, riding the world with his horses as companions and his possessions in his saddle bags. From bandit country to capital cities, from Argentina to Afghanistan, James Greenwood has been there with his horses. Share his experiences traveling many thousands of miles on horseback. There are tips on traveling by horse that will amuse and shock, including how to tie a horse at night or even how to make a homeopathic remedy from a snake.
      When To Call the Vet 2 - The Medicine Cabinet & Nursing Knowing when to call the vet, as well as knowing how to keep your horse healthy, is a responsibiity of all horse owners. This week the new veterinary series covers the first aid kit and medications to keep on hand, as welll as how to care for the sick animal.
      Harness Museum Tour A quick tour of the Harness Museum in N.Y, near the the historical track that is the home of the famous Hambletonian race for standardbred trotting horses.
      Vet Tips - Floating Teeth Short Vet Tips from the aclaimed televisoin series, "Horse World"
         
213 3/17 Sun Feeding Your Horse 1 - Rules of Feeding Feeding horses properly is both an art and a science. It isn't just horses in competition that need a balanced health diet - all horses do. .The rules of good feeding, vital nutrients, sources of nutrition and how much to feed are covered within this series. This week, the "Rules of Feeding."
      A Lesson with Ludger Beerbaum Ludger Beerbaum, is the 1992 Olympic Champion and has been world ranked as the No.1 showjumper. In this instructional program, he works with well known show jumping competitors in demonstrating his principles and techniques for schooling the showjumper, illustrating how the application of these principles improves the horse's performance.
      John Lyons: Speed Control America's most respected trainer provides training tips and advice for novice to advanced horsemen and women. In this episode, John provides insight on controlling the speed of your horse -- especially when he doesn't want to be controlled!
         
214 3/18 Mon Successful Endurance #3 - Training Your Horse 1 Endurance racing -- the test of horse and rider over long distances in the shortest time -- has become a major equestrian sport around the world. Learning the basics at the beginning provides the tools a rider needs if he or she intends to be a serious competitior. This is a new series for the endurance rider, from the very beginning steps to competing in major events. Part 1 of "Training Your Horse."
      Celebration of the Horse Documentation of the very special three day celebration held in Santa Barbara, CA on behalf of the International League for the Protection of the Horse, which included polo, tent pegging, royalty, celebrities, pageantry, marching bands and exhibitions of a wide variety of horses and riding disciplines, including a marvelous Xcountry picnic ride with 4 in hand carriages!
      Vet Tips - Proper Cooling Off Short Vet Tips from the aclaimed televisoin series, "Horse World"
         
215 3/19 Tues Dressage World Cup 1994 The Dressage World Cup Finals are held every year in a different location, and the competitors have to earn their right to compete through placing in one of the many qualifying rounds held in different cities around the world. In this out of the past encore presentation, the finest dressage horses of 1994 perform their beautiful dressage tests choreographed to music of the riders choosing.
         
216 3/20 Wed When To Call the Vet - Lameness Knowing when to call the vet, as well as knowing how to keep your horse healthy, is a responsibiity of all horse owners. This week the new veterinary series covers lameness, a word that can strike terror in the hearts of the horse owner.
      Original Gold Reining Clinic - Stops For many years, international equestrian sports have been limited to the traditional disciplines of showjumping, dressage, three day eventing, carriage driving, vaulting and endurance. Very recently the sport of reining -- which grew out of the culture of the America west -- has been added as an international competition. The very first United States Equestrian Reining Team was made up of four of the top reining horse trainers in the U.S., Craig Johnson, Dell Hendricks, Scott McCutcheon and Bill Horn. This team won the Gold Medal in the first Nations Cup Reining Competition. This great new series highights important reining maneuvers, and each different maneuver will be presented by all four of these top horseman demonstrating his method of training a horse. This week, "Stops" are analyzed and presented
      Making of the 20 Mule Team Video A behinds the scenes look at the making of the 20 Mule Team Documentary, with interviews, historical footage and insight into the 20 Mule Team itself.
         
217 3/21 Thurs Circus Knie of Switzerland This documentary accompanies the people and the animals of the Swiss National Cicus Knie as they move from town to town and then return to their winter quarters. Three generations of the family has given this circus its name, and they are recognized throughout Europe as superb horsemen.
      Horse N Around #13 On going Magazine series visiting horse shows, events, trade fairs, breeders as well as people and horses of interest through the US.
      Feeding Your Horse 5 - How Much to Feed Feeding horses properly is both an art and a science. It isn't just horses in competition that need a balanced health diet - all horses do. .The rules of good feeding, vital nutrients, sources of nutrition and how much to feed are covered within this series. This week, the "How Much to Feed."
         
218 3/24 Sun Great Wyoming Centennial Wagon Train Join horse and mule drivers and riders of all ages on a 260 mile journey over mountains, prairie and badlands from Casper to Cody on the occasion of Wyoming's 100th birthday. Is there really this much open land still left in America?
      Vet Tips - Trailer Safety Short Vet Tips from the aclaimed televisoin series, "Horse World"
         
203 3/25 Mon Horses of the Mongolian Steppes The descendants of Genghis Khan and the conquering hoards which overran western civilization centuries ago live on in very much the same way as their ancesters did many years ago. The horse culture which enabled them to be so successful in warfare is still very much part of the lives of the these people. This documentary takes you to the lands and people who have made horses the center of their civiization for thousands of years.
      IAHA Competitive Trail Riding The International Arabian Horse Association sanctions and holds numerous endurance and competitive trail rides for Arabian horses and thier owners throughout the year. This is a quick peak at typical competition and how it is run.
      Original Gold Reining - Spins For many years, international equestrian sports have been limited to the traditional disciplines of showjumping, dressage, three day eventing, carriage driving, vaulting and endurance. Very recently the sport of reining -- which grew out of the culture of the America west -- has been added as an international competition. The very first United States Equestrian Reining Team was made up of four of the top reining horse trainers in the U.S., Craig Johnson, Dell Hendricks, Scott McCutcheon and Bill Horn. This team won the Gold Medal in the first Nations Cup Reining Competition. This great new series highights important reining maneuvers, and each different maneuver will be presented by all four of these top horseman demonstrating his method of training a horse.
         
204 3/26 Tues Spanish Riding School - First 400 Years The history, tradition, and performance of the remarkable Lipizzan stallions, in a lyrical and beautiful documentary for the celebration of the 400th anniversary of the Spanish Riding School of Vienna. A superbly filmed documentary on the history, tradition, and performance of the dancing white stallions of Vienna. The fully-trained Lippizan stallion is as much a product of Baroque high artistic achievement as any work of sculpture, painting or architecture in the world today.
      Successful Endurance #1 - Setting Speed for Beginners 1 Endurance racing -- the test of horse and rider over long distances in the shortest time -- has become a major equestrian sport around the world. Learning the basics at the beginning provides the tools a rider needs if he or she intends to be a serious competitior. This is a new series for the endurance rider, from the very beginning steps to competing in major events. Part 1 of "Setting Speed for Beginners."
         
205 3/27 Wed Nations Cup Grand Prix - 2000 Modena, Italy The Nations Cup Grand Prix Show Jumping Series is held in various cities around the world, and provides on-going competition between countries. Here are the hightlights from Modena, Italy, in 2000, with show jumpng fan and opera great Luciano Pavarotti in ring-side attendance.
      Badminton Cross Country Highlights 1989 The Badminton Horse Trials (now the Badminton Three Day Event is probably the world's most prestigeous three day competition, held over four days in Great Britain. From out of the past, here are some of exciting highlights of cross-country day.
      Shaker Village of Pleasant Hill The state of Kentucky is well known for its blue-grass industry in the breeding and racing of Thoroughbreds, but unknown to most is a special part of the state where a complete "Shaker Village" has been restored, surrounded by thousands acres and miles of the most beautiful public riding trails in the country.
      Grass Roots Eventing: Jack LeGoff From out of the past -- a visit with legendary USET three day coach Jack LeGoff as he provides some insight into evening and helps some novice riders at a local competition in Texas.
         
206 3/28 Thurs Survival of the Fittest Documentary on the American Quarter Horse, the most popular horse in America.
      Campbell, Peter: Colt Starting / First Ride Episode 1 One of the most sought after clinicians for the training of ranch horses, as well as roping and horsemanship skills is Peter Campbell, and his series feature various aspects of his training methods. This week the unbroken ranch colt is saddled, mounted and ridden for the first time.
         
207 3/31 Sun World Equestrian Games Driving Championships 1990 Every four years, between the Olympics, the World Equestrian Games are held in a different host country, bringing together the finest horses and riders in the world to compete in six equestrian disciplines. In 1990 the Games were held in Stochholm, Sweden. This week the exciting and growing sport of four-in-hand carriage driving is featured.
         



Equiworld.Com Copyright Equiworld 2005. Equiworld is a registered trademark in the UK and/or other countries. Equiworld, Hayfield, Aberdeen, Scotland, AB15 8BB

To submit equestrian news items to Equiworld please visit, www.equiworld.com/horses/

To submit links to horse web sites please visit, www.equiworld.net/links/

Updated: October 2005.