The Network for Horse Sports
HRTV, The Network for Horse Sports, is a television-based multimedia network dedicated to serving the news, information and entertainment needs of one of the world’s largest but most under-served audiences, horse fans.
Programming on HRTV informs, excites and entertains fans and enhances riders’ relationships with their equine partners. From the excitement of top-level equestrian competitions and horse racing videos from the world’s greatest racetracks, to award-winning documentaries and coaching from leading English and Western trainers, HRTV offers something for everyone.
Horse racing coverage includes regular and special stakes races from Santa Anita Park, Churchill Downs (home of The Kentucky Derby), Gulfstream Park, Arlington Park, the New York Racing Association, Pimlico Race Course (home of The Preakness Stakes), and numerous other top U.S. and international racetracks. The most knowledgeable commentators in the racing industry, and highly acclaimed shows such as Pursuit of the Crown and Race Day America, keep horse owners, trainers, jockeys and handicappers up to date and “in the know.” Click here to see HRTV’s Racing programming.
HRTV also features the most significant events in the world of English riding, such as Show Jumping, Dressage, Eventing and Carriage Driving. Coverage includes the Aachen World Horse Festival, FEI World Cup Jumping and Dressage events and the Horses in the Sun (HITS) final $1,000,000 Grand Prix of Show Jumping. Click here to see HRTV’s English programming.
The Western world of horse sports is also well represented on HRTV. Western riding programming includes rodeos sanctioned by the Professional Rodeo Cowboy Association, National Reining Horse Association events from around the world, US– based Cutting, Roping, and Barrel Racing competitions, and America’s most popular horse activity, Trail Riding. Click here to see HRTV’s Western programming.
HRTV is available world-wide through the HRTV.com internet streaming and video-on-demand site. HRTV is also available to over 19 million U.S. television households via cable, telco and satellite video distributors.
To watch HRTV’s streaming TV channel now, click here.
To find HRTV’s television channel on your cable, telco or satellite provider, click here.