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What A Horse Goes Nationwide Via Satellite TV

Tullahoma, TN. (April 20th, 2010) – What A Horse, a one-hour program focusing on the Tennessee Walking Horse, will now be seen nationwide via satellite on the In Country Television channel. The show will start airing on Monday May 3 at 9:00 P.M. Eastern and then weekly thereafter.
“We are excited to be partnering with In Country Television”, said Jerry Harris, producer of What A Horse. “They offer a strong lineup of outdoor-related programming and we are happy to be a part of it. Our program, which focuses on the Tennessee Walking Horse competition is a perfect fit with In Country Television’s equine lineup.”
In Country Television is currently available to over 33 million Dish Network (Channel 230) subscribers and Direct TV (Channel 344) subscribers. Millions more have access to its content via live streaming on its website Current programming focuses on equine, hunting, fishing, Motorsports, and other outdoor recreational activities.
What A Horse programming is currently available to Comcast and Charter subscribers via Channel 6 and On Demand throughout Tennessee, southern Kentucky, and northern Alabama, as well as via subscription on

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