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ReporTV To Broadcast From Northampton



Saddle Horse Report’s ReporTV will be broadcasting 2017 show highlights and interviews with your favorite exhibitors and trainers at a selection of shows this season. Next up will be the highlights from the New England Regional Morgan Horse Show, held at the historic Three County Fairgrounds in Northampton, Massachusetts.

ReporTV videos are available for everyone to view, you do not have to have a website subscription to view them. Simply visit our new website at www.saddlehorsereport.com, and click on the ReporTV option in the top menu bar. Or simply click this link to be brought directly to the ReporTV page. In addition, the ReporTV highlights and interviews from previous shows dating back to 2011 are available for viewing. 

The 78th New England Regional Morgan Horse Show will be held from Tuesday July 25th through Saturday, July 29th. 

ReporTV will capture nightly highlights from a variety of angles from the show, which will feature a diverse schedule of Regional Championship Morgan competition. In addition, a Pro-Am Equitation class is being held on Thursday night to benefit the Live Strong Foundation at the YMCA that helps cancer survivors resume daily activities. 

ReporTV is made possible thanks to the generous sponsorships from those within the show community. Special thanks this year to Broadmoor, Rand and Waterford Farm for their sponsorships of the ReporTV coverage in Northampton.

The Wednesday evening session is sponsored by Waterford Farm. Located in Oxford, New Jersey, Waterford was established in 1993 by Lynn and Kathleen Peeples, who were already well known for their horse training abilities. The World Champions that have been produced by Waterford have ranged from multiple equitation riders to park harness horses to hunter pleasure to junior exhibitor to junior horses and beyond. Today, Waterford Farm is owned and operated by Kathleen Peeples. She is joined by assistant trainers Courtney Segulin and Christopher Bernard. Waterford remains a multi-division training facility that succeeds in every division that they enter.

The Thursday and Saturday evening sessions are sponsored by Broadmoor. Mike Goebig and Dwayne Knowles opened the doors at Broadmoor in 1986. The 50-acre facility is home to some of the most magnificent Morgan show horses in the country. In addition to training and showing, they stand noted Morgan breeding stallions. Goebig and Knowles share a common goal for Broadmoor, to provide first-class training, showing and breeding services to their clients from around the world. Broadmoor is located in Kutztown, Pennsylvania. Visit their website at www.broadmor.com.

The Friday evening session is sponsored by Rand of Falmouth, Maine. David Rand is the owner of the well-established and picturesque farm located just minutes from Portland, Maine. As a customer-focused Morgan show horse facility, Rand offers training designed for both the horse and rider. Having provided the training and care of world champions for nearly 30 years, the Rand name and reputation are well noted throughout the show horse industry. Visit www.randstables.com or schedule a trip to Falmouth, Maine.

 

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