Live Webcasts of Pennsylvania National Horse Show Competition Available
RELEASE: October 1, 2009
Webcasts Available at www.productionseast.com, www.todocast.tv or www.panational.org
AUTHOR/ADMINISTRATOR: By Marty Bauman
The Pennsylvania National Horse Show, held at the Pennsylvania State Farm Show Arena in Harrisburg, October 8-17, is the latest to join the growing number of horse shows presenting live webcasts of their horse show competition in webcasts produced by Productions East Video.
The Pennsylvania National Horse Show is one of the nation's premiere equestrian competitions, featuring over 1,200 of the best horses and riders from throughout North America in 10 days of virtually nonstop competition. The show awards 11 national championships and more than $350,000 in prize money. Tens of thousands of horse enthusiasts throughout the region and across the U.S. attend the event and enjoy unparalleled competition, family activities, excellent shopping, and the opportunity to watch the very best horses in action.
The Pennsylvania National begins with four days of competition for junior riders up to age 18. Among the eleven national championships decided at the PNHS is the USEF National Junior Jumper Championships. Three legs of competition for teams from across the U.S. and Canada and their individual members take place Thursday through Saturday evenings, October 8-10. On Sunday, October 11, nearly 300 young equestrians ride for hunter seat equitation's pinnacle, the prestigious Pessoa/USEF National Hunter Seat Medal Final. Thirty percent of past winners of this day-long event have gone on to represent the U.S. in international competition.
The show's signature event is the $75,000 Grand Prix de Penn National, held Saturday night, October 17 at 8 p.m., in which Olympic and World Cup veterans ride fast and jump high over a challenging course of obstacles up to five feet high and six feet wide. These same elite riders bring a variety of horses, and each evening session, Tuesday through Friday, October 13-16 opens with a thrilling Open Jumper class.
With constantly improving technology and a wide range of new partnerships, Productions East Video is continually providing opportunities for people to watch horse show action. As more and more people become accustomed to watching horse shows on line, Productions East is expanding the horse show market.
Webcasts from the Pennsylvania National Horse Show are available for $19.95 per day, $49.95 for Junior Weekend, or $49.95 for the second week. For just $89.95, you can order webcasts for both weeks. To sign up, please visit www.productionseast.com
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. Viewers have enjoyed webcasts from the National Horse Show, Winter Equestrian Festival, Devon Horse Show, Lake Placid Horses Shows, among others, and demand 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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