Horse Radio Network (HRN) Announces USHJA Segment


August 9, 2011

The Horse Radio Network (HRN) has announced today that, as part of its Affiliate Program, it will be broadcasting a monthly news segment from the U.S. Hunter Jumper Association (USHJA) as part of its Jumping Radio Show. The new segment begins with Episode 74, which is posted on and

Glenn Hebert, HRN Executive Director said, "We are very pleased to welcome the U.S. Hunter Jumper Association as an HRN Affiliate to bring you their latest news every month. The Horse Radio Network's mission is to unite the horse world one show at a time and our partnership with them helps us get one step closer to achieving that goal."

The new segment will bring news of the USHJA and its many educational programs, clinics, course plus the annual conference and will be presented by its CEO, Shelby French.

"I am delighted to have this opportunity to showcase the programs and educational resources of the USHJA to the Jumping Radio Show audience. We are proud of all that we have accomplished in just seven years and want to make sure our sport is aware of what we have to offer," said Shelby French, USHJA CEO.

The Jumping Radio Show, hosted by Chris Stafford, is the only weekly radio podcast dedicated to all aspects of the sport around the world with news, views and interviews from Pony Club to Olympic level.

The Horse Radio Network offers a global Affiliate Program with its many partnerships throughout the governance of the sport as well as prominent media outlets across the horse world. For more information about joining the free HRN Affiliate Program please visit

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