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River Ridge to Provide Free Live Webcast



The 2010 River Ridge Horse Show will be employing Seehorse Video.

Seehorse Video is the Videographer for many horse shows, including the 2009 Midwest Charity Horse Show. This show provided a free webcast of the horse show for anyone to log on to see.

The 2010 River Ridge Horse Show will be no different, and spectators can log on FOR FREE to see the show at: www.seehorsevideo.com/webcast_river_ridge.htm

The River Ridge Horse Show is a show complete with morning, afternoon and evening classes full of top notch American Saddlebreds, Morgans, and Ponies.

This year Video Advertising is available. The Video Advertising will run in a relay that will be displayed during all breaks on the Internet, and across the Show Grounds at various communal points.

Videos can be a Maximum of up to 2 Minutes, and are priced at $150 to be run continuously over the 4 days of the horse show.

This is a wonderful and cost effective form of advertising to display horses/ponies for sale, or your equine business.

Current advertisers include: Becker Brothers, Reiser Stables, and Morgan Reiser Stables, LLC

If you would like to have your video showcased please email shosec1@aol.com with your Business Name and contact information.

Videos can be accepted in DVD, Mini-DV, DVCAM or VHS.

Please mail these Videos to arrive by April 15th to Seehorse Video at the below address, also include your business name and contact information with the Video:

Seehorse Video
Attn:  River Ridge Videos
19 Point Lane
Arcadia, IN  46030

For more information on this continually progressive show, visit their website at:  www.riverridgehs.org, or contact Barb Dunham at shosec1@aol.com or 740-259-4239.

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