Fairfield, CT (August 13, 2014) Emmy award-winning videographer Chris Cook, of Sandbur Productions and NRHA InsideReining.com, has confirmed that its behind-the-scenes coverage and interviews from the 2014 Intercollegiate Horse Show Association (IHSA) National Horse Show in Harrisburg, PA, last spring will air September 16 on RFD-TV and online at InsideReining.com.
“The video is back from production, so we should be good to go,” said Cook, whose team put in hours of camera and interview time with IHSA coaches, riders, organizers and volunteers behind the scenes of America’s oldest and largest collegiate equestrian championship, hosting over 450 riders and 25 teams from colleges and universities across the US.
Where do the horses come from that are catch-ridden to these title championships? What goes through the mind of a college coach as their rider enters the ring? How do riders draw their horses? These are just some of the questions Cook and his camera sought to answer amid four days of Western and hunter seat competition, including the NRHA Open Championship, USEF Cacchione Cup, Collegiate Cup and AQHA High Point titles.
“This is the second year for coverage of the IHSA National Show on Inside Reining, and this year, in addition to Western coverage, we will be showing its hunter seat competition,” added Emmy award-winning host, Jenifer Reynolds.
“We are very excited about being able to share IHSA’s story with our audience. We hope it will help grow this great program that is giving so many young people the opportunity to experience equestrian competition.”
NRHA Inside Reining airs Tuesdays at 3pm and 11pm ET on RFD-TV and is produced in conjunction with Sandbur Productions of Jones, OK, an award winning, full-service video production company.
The National Reining Horse Association (NRHA) was incorporated in 1966 as the standard setting body of the sport of Reining and is responsible for promoting the sport and working to ensure the highest standards of competition. Learn more at nrha.com.
IHSA promotes competition for riders of all skill levels, who compete individually and as teams at regional and national levels, based on the principle that any college student should be able to participate in horse shows regardless of his or her financial status or riding level. Learn more about its teams and scholarships at www.ihsainc.com.
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