Our friends at the Horse Radio Network are gearing up for another Radiothon — a 12-hour live podcast marathon on Monday, November 27 kicking off at 9 AM and wrapping up at 9 PM. We’ve compiled a few reasons you’ll want to tune in throughout the day:
1. $4,000 — that’s FOUR THOUSAND DOLLARS — of prizes to be given out during the day.
Thanks to sponsors, the Horse Radio Network is giving away $4,000 in prizes throughout the day, including (just to name a few) Cavallo hoof boots, a Kentucky Performance Products package, Total Saddle Fit Shoulder Relief Girth, six months’ supply of Stud Muffins, HorseLoverZ.com gift certificates, books, and the grand prizes of a $500 Weatherbeeta package and winner’s choice of Wintec saddle.
How do you enter to win these prizes? Call in live during the day to share your message of holiday cheer, and answer this year’s theme question: what was your best horsey Christmas gift, past present or future. Call in at 435-272-1997.
2. Awesome guests will be featured throughout the day.
If you’re a fan of Stacy and Jesse Westfall, Jared Rogerson, Felix Francis, Darley Newman, Christine Traurig, Janelle Roads, Frank M. Calo, Yvonne Barteau, Wendie Malick, Nic Roldan, Boyd Martin, Shellie Hensley, Susanne Ott, Carter Bass, Lisa Preston, Carly Kade or Leslie Wylie’s husband Tommy, you’ll want to make sure you’re listening to Radiothon. Check out the full schedule to see when your favorite guests are featured!
3. It’s a Horse Nation/Nation Media takeover in the final hour.
Our sister site editors Leslie Wylie of Eventing Nation and Kristen Kovatch of Horse Nation are taking over the airwaves at 8 PM EST to host the Horse Nation Hour and close out Radiothon with a bang. Past Nation Media Radiothon takeover highlights have included reminiscent tales of pony-coveting childhood years, Dom Schramm’s Christmas morning pajamas gaffe and an “I am Spartacus!” international listener drink-off. What’s in store this year? You’ll just have to listen live and find out…
Tune in to Radiothon on Monday in your browser at www.holidayradiothon.com — no special downloads necessary.