"AMERICA'S HORSE" TELEVISION SHOW MOVES TO NEW TIME
TWO OPPORTUNITIES TO WATCH AQHA'S AWARD-WINNING SHOW

The American Quarter Horse Association’s award-winning weekly television program, “America’s Horse,” moves to a new time in 2007. Now, viewers will have two chances each week to watch the show.

“America’s Horse,” featured on the TVG Network, will air Sundays at 8 a.m. Eastern/5 a.m. Pacific and again at midnight Eastern/9 p.m. Pacific.

Each week, two 30-minute shows will air, bringing exciting equine events, spectacular ranches and helpful horse information right to your home. AQHA Alliance Partners will be highlighted in special one-hour shows.

The new schedule begins January 7 with highlights of the United States Equestrian Federation Reining Championships held in Lexington, Kentucky, followed by highlights from the Ford AQHYA World Championship Show in Fort Worth, Texas.

TVG is accessible to 18 million homes and 45 million viewers through Dish (Channel 405) and DirecTV (Channel 602) satellite systems and a number of cable networks. For more information, visit www.tvg.com


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