Heidi Herriott’s HorseTrix Training Series Coming to RURAL TV!

Heidi Herriott’s HorseTrix Training Series Coming to RURAL TV!

August 19, 2012  Heidi Herriott’s HorseTrix, a one-of-a-kind horse training television series, will premiere on the RURAL TV Network beginning in early October. HorseTrix will provide viewers with step-by-step instruction on how to train their horses to present such popular tricks such as “The Yes,” “No,” “Smile,” and “Bow.” In addition, each unique and entertaining episode of HorseTrix will also offer tips on Heidi Herriott’s HorseTrix Training Series Coming to RURAL TV!general horsemanship. “I am a third generation professional entertainer, horse trainer, and horse lover,” explains Herriott who performs in more than 300 shows each year at equestrian events, circuses, rodeos, fairs, theme parks, and zoos. “My new TV series, HorseTrix, gives me the opportunity to share my knowledge and experience with other horse owners, and hopefully provide another means for them to enjoy the interactions with their horse.” Viewers can tune-in to watch HorseTrix on RURAL TV on the Dish Satellite network channel 232. Following each Rural TV telecast of HorseTrix, the program will be available on-line at www.heidiherriott.com.

Heidi Herriott, In addition to her credentials as a professional entertainer, horse trainer and horse lover, also conducts clinics, seminars and demonstrations to teach new horse training techniques. Her specialties include trick, liberty, and dancing horse training. During the spring/summer of 2012, her training articles were published in Horse and Pony, Midwest Equine Online, and Elite Equestrian magazines. Although Heidi makes frequent radio and television appearances, HorseTrix on Rural TV represents her first regularly-scheduled TV series. More information can be found at www.heidiherriott.com.

Rural Media Group, Inc. (RMG) is a privately-held corporation which owns and operates the world’s largest portfolio of rural-based satellite/cable delivered media and entertainment, including RFD-TV and Rural TV. The program content on Rural TV includes live news and daily market coverage with a focus on the business and policy issues of rural America, as well as expanded livestock auctions, equine programming, and rural event coverage. Production for both RFD-TV and Rural TV originates in studios located in Nashville, Tennessee.Elite Equestrian magazine,

Contact: Heidi Herriott heidi@heidiherriott.com  Ph 407-399-5600 Parrish, Florida / Baraboo, Wisconsin