Horse Show Events
It is a New Year and horse show events are coming up. Experience the excitement and pleasure of competition while meeting new friends who share the same passion for horses. People of all ages, with or without experience, are sure to have fun.
What to expect in 2013?
In 2013, expect much more exciting competition as associations have opened new doors of opportunities for both juniors and adults, who are aspiring to become champion riders. Everyone will be given accessible, reasonably priced chances to compete while still discovering and improving riding and showing talents. Strict rules governing horse show events, rider’s attitude, and judging criteria were improved and are all based on international standards.
Take a view of all the major horse show events you might want to catch in 2013 at http://www.horsechannel.com/horse-calendar-events/default.aspx.
What other changes were planned out by the equestrian associations for 2013?
Naturally, at least in America, horse show events are much more concerned about exhibitors. But this year, they are more determined to improve their campaigns by creating an excellent environment to welcome the public and help bring newbies into the sport.
The process of audience development is being proposed as it is believed to create connections with businesses, volunteers, and even government agencies. With these connections, including the show audiences can help improve the development of horse show facilities. More people would mean greater financial security and clearer view for business.
Marketing and social networking sites are also being considered to market the business. The professionals have already come up with tools like e-books, created accounts on Twitter and Facebook, YouTube, and Linked In for wider coverage. There seems to be no other better opportunity to strengthen the sport than using technology, which is relatively cheap and fun.