Ride Television Network, Inc., (RIDE TV) announced that RIDE TV will be available to the entire DISH subscriber base beginning on July 6, 2016 through August 2, 2016 on a Free Preview basis.
RIDE TV is currently available to DISH customers who subscribe to the pay-TV provider’s America’s Top 250 (AT250) and Heartland programming packages, as well as DishLATINO’s Max package.
“This is a great opportunity for us to expose exciting events and the equestrian lifestyle to a whole new group of potential fans and participants,” said Craig Morris of RIDE TV. “I want to personally thank the leadership at DISH for recognizing the important role that horses have played in shaping the world we live in, and caring about providing their customers with great wholesome entertainment.”
“This is an excellent opportunity for us to showcase RIDE TV to the entire DISH subscriber base,” said Michael Trujillo, RIDE TV’s Senior Vice President of Global Distribution. “We believe that once people experience the entertainment value of RIDE TV, they will want us as part of their regular programming through DISH’s AT250, Heartland or DishLATINO Max packages.”
RIDE TV’s original programming includes highly entertaining reality shows, talk shows, documentaries, horse competitions, children’s programming, movies and even live events. The line-up includes programming like This Old Horse, a documentary showcasing the most famous horses in history, Rock Star Vets, an entertaining reality show with a famous equine surgeon, Southern Fried Skinnyfied, RIDE TV’s first cooking show and the only one if its kind, where Paige Duke transforms hearty meals fit for a cowboy, into healthy delights that are perfect for a jockey, and extensive coverage of Western and English equine competitions. With a broad variety of lifestyle content, RIDE TV appeals to both passionate horse owners and general audiences who love unique and fascinating entertainment.