Written by: Sarah Harper
Client: National Horse Show https://www.nhs.org
Release Date: 2016-10-25
Lexington, Ky. – October 25, 2016 – Can’t make it to this year’s CP National Horse Show? Don’t worry you can still catch all the action on EqSportsNet! EqSportsNet will be livestreaming from the Kentucky Horse Park’s Alltech Arena all week long so you won’t miss a second of the action. With state of the art technology and commentary by George Morris, Anne Kursinski and John Kyle you will feel like you are ringside for all the action.
“The CP National Horse Show is very excited about our webcast production this year,” said Mason Phelps, Jr. the President of the National Horse Show Foundation. “We have two of the world’s great equestrians and one of the world’s most famous commentators. Both equestrians, George Morris and Anne Kursinski are superstars, both are great judges and teachers and both give amazing clinics all over the world. George and Annie should be the perfect matchup to bring you all of the excitement of this year’s show. John Kyle’s play by play with the jumpers is second to none.”
EqSportsNet, who’s webcast of last year’s CP National was met with rave reviews is back again for a full week of coverage. Their vision is to answer the call for comprehensive competition coverage. The EQSportsNet management team brings decades of experience in sports television and new media broadcasting coupled with extensive executive experience in the equestrian industry, expansive knowledge of the equestrian competition world, and longstanding relationships in the sport.
Easy to use, HD quality, real-time and “your-time” on-demand options – EQSportsNet possesses the horsepower to deliver equestrian sport to you like no one else. So, if you can’t make the trip to Lexington this year, you can catch all of the action from the CP National Horse Show on the web at EQSports.Net
With over $800,000 in prize money offered, the 2016 edition of the CP National Horse Show has again been designated a CSI-W 4* show by the FEI. The International Open Jumpers will compete for almost half a million dollars in prize money, while the top rated hunter sections have a total purse of $195,000. Meanwhile, $130,000 in total is offered to the Amateur-Owner and U 25 Jumper sections.
The world’s best international competitors return for the 2016 CP National Horse Show, which will take place November 1-6, 2016 at the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington, KY.
Founded in 1883 at the original Madison Square Garden, the National Horse Show is America’s oldest indoor horse show, firmly established as a major fixture on the national and international sports and social event calendars. The National Horse Show Association’s primary activity is the annual production of the National Horse Show and all ancillary events. Over the years, the National Horse Show has provided financial aid to many worthwhile charities.
For more information on the National Horse Show Association of America, Limited, please visit our website.