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Road to the Horse gives Warm Welcome to Returning Host

FRANKLIN, Tenn. – June – The multi-talented Rick Lamb will make a return appearance as host for the 2009 Road to the Horse at its new location in Franklin, Tennessee. Lamb has lent his talents to the competition as its host and commentator since its birth in 2003. His annual appearance has proven that he is an asset not only to the horse industry but also to the Road to the Horse.

Starting in 1997 with The Horse Show with Rick Lamb, a weekly radio show, he has continually worked on different projects in the horse industry including a daily radio feature, emceeing live events, three books, numerous television appearances and working with horses of his own.

The accumulation of these projects has provided Lamb with the knowledge and experience that makes him an excellent host for Road to the Horse. “Most of the contestants I have known before the event and have worked with. That has allowed me additional insight into what and how they are doing things during the competition and I can explain what I’m seeing,” said Lamb.

Lamb is very excited to work with the 2009 contestants including John Lyons, Tommy Garland and Richard Winters. He believes it will be a truly interesting competition due to all three of their individual training styles and techniques. “In the past some of the competitors have been similar in their methods of training. All three in the competition are very different and good at what they do,” said Lamb.

With the multi-talented host Rick Lamb and three amazingly talented contestants, the 2009 Road to the Horse is an event you will not want to miss. The previous competitions have brought not only a source of great entertainment to people of all ages, but also useful information and training techniques they can bring home to their own horses.

The Road to the Horse competition is like no other. It is “the original colt starting challenge,” combining the love for the horse, the love of competition and the love of education and entertainment. Owner/producer Tootie Bland and Tootie Bland Productions have developed one of the most sought after events in the equine industry. Each year Road to the Horse continues to build – drawing larger audiences and raising the bar for competitors. Road to the Horse shows spectators that ultimate harmony between man and horse is achievable, and always leaves them wanting more.

Tickets are already on sale, so make sure you buy them early to ensure great seats for this exhilarating event. For more information and to purchase tickets for the 2009 Road to the Horse competition, please visit the website at http://www.roadtothehorse.com, or call (325)736-5000.

 

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