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Road to the Horse Webcast: Front-row Seats at Your Computer Available Now

MURFREESBORO, Tenn., February 15, 2007—Road to the Horse Owner/Producer Tootie Bland (of Noodle, Texas) announces the March 3-4, 2007 event will be broadcast live via webcast—opening the event to an unlimited number of horse enthusiasts. The event officially sold out in December--selling more than 6,000 seats in the Tennessee Miller Coliseum in Murfreesboro, Tenn. Pre-orders for the webcast are being accepted now at http://www.roadtothehorse.com/webcast.html

“We’re excited to know people all over the world can log on and see Clinton Anderson, Stacy Westfall and Chris Cox live as the event unfolds,” Bland says. “We know many people want to see the event however possible—we currently have a waiting list of more than 800 and one lady told us she’s driving 7 hours to do anything to get a ticket. She said it’s like trying to get into a Mick Jagger concert if you’re a rock fan or a George Strait concert if you’re a country fan. Having the webcast will help us introduce, educate and entertain people around the world—whether or not they are able to find a ticket.”

The webcast has invited an international audience to see the event. Horse owners and fans as far away as Israel have purchased their webcast tickets. Gene Poulin, who lives in Israel, wrote to Road to the Horse and The Horse Show Host and Rick Lamb after a recent radio show to say, "I heard on your show last week that Road to the Horse will be available worldwide on their website. This is fabulous. We will be watching the Road to the Horse, regardless of the time in our time zone."

The webcast is available for $25 per computer connection. The Webcast will show the two-day event in its entirety. Computer owners with a high-speed connection may log on to http://www.roadtothehorse.com for complete purchasing and download directions.

About Road to the Horse: Anderson, Westfall and Cox will tame three virtually untouched young American Quarter Horses in front of a 6,000 capacity, sold out Tennessee Miller Coliseum crowd. Each clinician will demonstrate his unique way of gentling a colt and preparing it to be ridden and negotiated through an obstacle course. Road to the Horse showcases the respected technique of gentling instead of breaking horses—the techniques commonly called “horse whispering.”

For more information about Road to the Horse, visit http://www.roadtothehorse.com, or call 325-736-5000. Road to the Horse is sponsored by Horse & Rider, Wahl (Charity Challenge Sponsor), Samson, TR3, Prime Performance Nutrition, Slide Zone, Cinch, Cowboy Certified Signature Socks, Kent, WW, HorseCity.com, Hoofbeats, Gist, and Martin Saddlrey. A service of Hill Shepherd Marketing Group, http://web.hillshepherd.com

 

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