Del Mar, CA – April 28 – EQSportsNet is pleased to announce a partnership with the Del Mar National Horse Show to provide a free Live stream from both Dressage Week and Hunter/Jumper Week. The broadcasts will include coverage of the Grand Prix Test and Grand Prix Freestyle on April 29th and 30th during Dressage Week and wall-to-wall coverage of the Del Mar Arena May 3-8 during Hunter/Jumper Week. Live viewing will be supported by full programs archived on EQSports.Net to watch On Demand along with more than 11,000 videos and Marquee Events from the most prestigious competitions of 2015 and 2016.

Over the years, Del Mar has earned its reputation for being among the toughest, most exciting, finest, and richest horse shows in Southern California. With its world-class, multidisciplinary equestrian competition and signature Saturday evening performances, Del Mar ranks high among the most prestigious horse shows in the western region. A Del Mar win merits bragging rights as well as literal and figurative currency.

“The Del Mar National Horse Show is a great addition to our growing broadcast schedule,” said EQSportsNet’s Kathy Meyer. “We look forward to showcasing top level dressage and jumping from the West Coast for our subscribers to enjoy Live and On Demand.”

In recognition of the strong demand for high quality and easily accessible equestrian content, EQSportsNet is dedicated to delivering to the demands of existing equestrian enthusiasts as well as developing new audiences for equestrian sport across multiple digital and television platforms. Focused on providing unique and original content to growing audiences across all breeds and disciplines of equestrian sport, EQSportsNet uses state-of-the-art technology and social media marketing for audience engagement and development, viral content distribution, and subscriptions.

“Live streaming is incredibly important to the sport,” said Regina Antonioli, Manager of the Del Mar National Horse Shows Dressage Week. “It is imperative that people see the strength and grace of these horses and to gain an appreciation for what they do.”

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