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TRAINER AND CLINICIAN JULIE GOODNIGHT LATEST PRESENTER AND SPONSOR OF INTERNATIONAL EQUESTRIAN FESTIVAL
Best known for her award-winning reality television show Horse Master, trainer and clinician Julie Goodnight has signed on as an official sponsor of the International Equestrian Festival, which will take place from Sept. 25-Oct. 10. Horse Capital Productions, a Lexington-based company, is producing the event. Goodnight will also be the exclusive presenter for the Kentucky Horse Council First Time Horse Owner seminar series at the IEF, sharing her expertise with attendees.
“Horse Master” is a popular program airing on RFD-TV in which Goodnight helps horse owners to “make over” their pets and solve behavior problems. She has been involved in the equine industry for more than 25 years, and has experience in many disciplines, including dressage, racing, jumping, reining, driving and colt-starting.
In addition to her television work, Goodnight teaches numerous clinics (“Classic Skills for a Natural Ride”) across the country, as well as writing columns that appear in many regional publications throughout North America. Goodnight’s training techniques have been featured in horse-related magazines such as Horse & Rider and Trail Rider.
Goodnight also serves as the international spokeswoman for the Certified Horse Association. In 2008, she was named Equine Affaire’s Exceptional Equestrian Educator.
“Julie Goodnight is an exciting addition to the International Equestrian Festival,” said Kimberly E. Brown, Horse Capital Productions’ founder and managing partner. “We’re thrilled that she has joined us as a sponsor and I know her seminars will be a popular attraction at the event.”
Goodnight will present daily during the 16-day festival.
“I’m looking forward to sponsoring the International Equestrian Festival,” said Goodnight. “I’ve spoken at many expos, conferences and clinics, and the IEF will surely be an event to remember.”
Horse Capital Productions also supports the Kentucky Horse Council, a nonprofit organization dedicated, through education, to the protection, growth and development of the equine industry in Kentucky.
To learn more about Julie Goodnight, visit juliegoodnight.com.