Contest Alert: Horse Radio Network’s First Annual ‘Equestrians Have Talent’

Enter now!

Juan Arroyo, an Argentinean payador. Probably would have had a great Equestrians Have Talent entry had the podcast been around in 1870. Public domain photo.

Can you sing? Can you play an instrument? Can you stage a dramatic reading or poetry recitation (maybe while galloping cross-country?) Now is the time to showcase your audio talents — the Horse Radio Network’s Stable Scoop podcast is accepting entries through August 28th for the first annual “Equestrians Have Talent” contest!

Any audio talent is welcome, regardless of actual talent — funny bad entries are welcome too! Here are a few suggestions to get your creativity flowing:

  • Reading the phone book while riding at a gallop
  • Reciting Shakespeare while driving your carriage
  • Singing with accompaniment from your dog, cat or chicken
  • Writing and reading your own poetry or short story

Entries will be played over the podcast airwaves on the Stable Scoop show throughout early September, co-hosted by the Horse Radio Network’s Glenn the Geek and Horse Nation’s Kristen Kovatch. Winners each week will be determined by listener and reader vote, with a finale planned to crown the first-ever Equestrians Have Talent Champion!

Dust off that musical instrument, warm up your vocal chords and find that random talent you always knew you had and never got enough credit for — there’s a trophy and a year’s worth of bragging rights on the line. Submissions are welcomed in two ways:

  • Email an audio file to [email protected] with “TALENT” in the subject line
  • Leave a voicemail at 859-474-0261

Entries are accepted through August 28, 2017! For more details, visit the contest website.

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