Live Webcasts of Vermont Summer Festival Competition Available
RELEASE: July 12, 2007
AUTHOR/ADMINISTRATOR: By Classic Communications
Vermont Summer Festival is presenting live webcasts of its horse show competition. The webcasts are being produced by LiveBroadcast.TV
and Productions East Video.
The Vermont Summer Festival began on July 11 and features six full weeks of hunter/jumper competition. The Vermont Summer Festival offers $800,000 in prize money, making it the largest sporting event in the state of Vermont based on total purse.
The Vermont Summer Festival is New England’s largest “AA” rated hunter/jumper horse show circuit. This year’s competition features a weekly $10,000 Open Welcome Stake, five USEF-recognized $30,000 grand prix events and a USEF-recognized $50,000 grand prix on August 18, the final day of competition.
Each of the six weeks also feature a $10,000 Show Jumping Hall Of Fame High Junior/Amateur Owner Jumper class, part of the Show Jumping Hall of Fame Jumper Classic Series, which determines which junior and amateur owner riders qualify to compete at the 2007 National Horse Show. There are also Marshall & Sterling and North American League (NAL) Child/Adult Classics and NAL Open Speed classes.
Whether you’re a horse owner, family member or friend of a rider, or an equestrian enthusiast in general, you can watch your favorite horses and riders compete live as it happens from Vermont by visiting www.LiveBroadcast.TV
The cost of the live webcast feed of the Vermont Summer Festival competition is just $24.95 per day, $99.95 per week or $495.00 for the entire six weeks.
The requirements for viewing the coverage on your computer is that you need to have are a broadband connection (cable modem, DSL, T-1 or Satellite Broadband).
Productions East has been producing live horse show and figure skating events since 2002 allowing people anywhere to enjoy action as it happens around the country. Demand for them continues to grow as people take advantage of the opportunity to watch their favorite horse, rider or class from virtually anywhere that offers broadband internet access! You can enjoy the classes almost as much as if you were standing right there on the rail.
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