SALIDA, Colorado, May 17, 2016—Julie Goodnight announces eight new episodes of Horse Master with Julie Goodnight recorded at Grove River Ranch (http://groveriverranch.com/) in Georgia, airing now on RFD-TV (Dish 231; DirecTV 345). Eight new shows shot in Colorado are also available now online, the only place to watch behind the scenes extras (http://tv.juliegoodnight.com/). Plus, do you need help with training issues, or are you ready to up your riding skills? Apply to be on the show, recorded at Goodnight’s ranch in Salida, CO this summer (http://juliegoodnight.com/apply/).
New Shows Airing On RFD-TV
For the next eight weeks, catch all new episodes every Monday at 2:00 pm and 10:00 pm ET. You’ll learn training techniques on how to help a spooky horse feel more confident, how to canter without breaking gait, how to perform simple lead changes, and much more. Do your horse and yourself a favor, and tune in!
Are you in a training lull, or frustrated and don’t know how to help your horse? Get the help you need, when you need it at http://tv.juliegoodnight.com/. Watch each new episode the day it airs on RFD-TV. Watch even more training extras from Goodnight— bonus video you can’t see anywhere else.
This exclusive behind-the-scenes footage accompanies and fortifies each show. Goodnight works through issues with horses and riders. This is available ONLY on the Horse Master Academy page (http://tv.juliegoodnight.com/). That’s up to 20 minutes of extra training only for Academy members.
Calling all Colorado Horse Owners:
If you could solve any training issue, what would it be? Whether you need to solve a problem, or to get an edge for this show season, don’t miss your chance to work one-on-one with Goodnight during the July 17-22, 2016 TV shoot at her Salida, CO ranch. Apply to be on the show now: http://juliegoodnight.com/apply/.
Applications are due Sunday, June 5, 2016, but don’t wait until the last minute. The set is only open to selected cast and crew.
Goodnight works with a different horse and rider in each episode— She can help you overcome your horse’s behavioral challenges, or help you achieve a new riding skill and goal.
Goodnight will choose a variety of cast members who are working on advanced riding maneuvers, with challenges during ground work lessons, or would like to overcome obstacles on the trail or in the show ring. Dale Myler, of Myler Bits (http://MylerBits.com), wants to work with a team roping horse and an English horse who are looking for new bits. English and Western riders are welcome to apply: http://juliegoodnight.com/apply/.
RFD-TV Air Schedule
5/16/2016 HM 909 "Afraid of Your Shadow" Julie Goodnight teaches a spooky horse to investigate what he's afraid of.
5/23/2016 HM 910 "Braking Gait" Learning to canter on a young horse who hasn't held the gait before and who has learned to stop.
5/30/2016 HM 911 "Not For Sale" This Western Pleasure turned Western Dressage horse didn't click with her owner before working with Goodnight; now she's not for sale.
6/6/2016 HM 912 "Speed Limit" Julie Goodnight helps a trail horse canter with control.
6/13/2016 HM 913 "Taken by Stormy" Meet a Chincoteague pony named Stormy and his young rider who is learning to trot patterns and take control.
6/20/2016 HM 914 "Departure Time" This former driving horse and amazing patrol horse learns to take off into the canter with control.
6/27/2016 HM 915 "Not that Simple" A seasoned lesson horse learns to perform a simple lead change.
7/4/2016 HM 916 "Way to Whoa" This Ranch Riding show horse learns to stop with precision.
Julie Goodnight is the popular RFD-TV host of Horse Master airing Monday nights. Julie travels the USA sharing her no-nonsense horsemanship training with riders of all disciplines. You’ll get horse training help, when you need it. Julie has ridden in many different saddles – she’s experienced in dressage and jumping, racing, reining, cow horse, colt-starting, and wilderness riding. Julie grew up on the hunter-jumper circuits in Florida, but is now at home in the west. She and her husband Rich Moorhead live in the mountains in Salida, Colorado. Both love versatility ranch horse competitions and riding cow-horses.
Goodnight is proud to recommend Myler Bits, Cosequin, Circle Y Saddles, Redmond Equine, Spalding Fly Predators, Bucas Blankets and Millcreek Manure Spreaders. Goodnight is the spokesperson for the Certified Horsemanship Association. Explore her online library and many training videos at http://tv.juliegoodnight.com/; be sure to sign up for the free monthly training news with the "Free Access" link at http://juliegoodnight.com/ and please subscribe to the free Youtube channel at http://youtube.com/juliegoodnight.