Get your stable hooked up at the Nationals and keep up with all three arenas while sitting back at your stalls! You can call us at 317-984-5286, email at firstname.lastname@example.org or you can print, fill out and mail the order to us at: Seehorse Video 19 Point Lane Arcadia, IN 46030 Download the order form here: 2018_US_Nationals_Live_Feed_Order_Form_(2).pdf
Webcast Advertising for 2018 American Saddlebred Shows: Arabian Horse Shows: Shelby Co. Fair June 20-23 Region 13 June 20-23 All American Sept. 4-8 Region 14 June 27-July 1 St. Louis Charity Sept 26-29 Region 11 July 5-8 NSH Finals Sept. 14-16 As always the webcast is completely free to view; however we do need your advertising support in order to offset the costs involved in providing the service. This year we are offering several package deals on advertising to promote your business, farm, stallions
River Ridge - Columbus, OH - 4/20-4/24 Chapter 5 - Kansas City, MO - 5/4-5/7 Buckeye - Columbus, OH - 5/24-5/27 Region 9 - Ft. Worth, TX - 5/30-6/2 Indy Charity - Indianapolis, IN 5/30-6/2 Morgan Gold Cup - Columbus, OH - 5/13-5/16 Region 13 - Springfield, OH - 6/20-6/24 Shelby County Classic - Shelbyville, KY - 6/19-6/23 Region 14 - Lexington, KY - 6/27-7/1 Region 11 - Springfield, IL - 7/4-7/8 All American - Indianapolis, IN - 9/4-9/8 NSHF - Springfield, IL 9/14-9/16 St Louis Charity - St. Louis, MO - 9/26-9/29 US Nationals - Tulsa, OK - 10/19-10/27
Hello all, I'm sorry to report that Seehorse Video will NOT be at Scottsdale this year; unfortunately it's prohibitively expensive for us to video Scottsdale and the last few years we've lost a considerable amount of money. We were unable to come to a mutual agreement with show management that would enable us to be there this year so unfortunately we have to pass this year. We wish everyone luck at the show and we'll see you at future shows later on this year! If you're looking for footage from Scottsdale in past years, we have 1989 - 2016 (barring 2014) in our archives. Scott Cooper Seehorse Video
Here's a list of the Arabian Shows we have classes from. Unless otherwise noted, we have ALL classes from the show available for purchase. For orders or information, please fill out our online form Scottsdale All Arabian horse show Years we have in the library: 1989 - 2013, 2016 ** Please note: Some of the earlier years we do not have the preliminary classes in performance, however we have ALL classes in Equidome, Wendell and the Reining Arena from 2003 - 2012 Prices: 1989 - 2016 - $110 per class High Definition Blu-Ray is available from 2010 and later, cost is $200 Order Form Arabian breeders world cup Years we have in the library: 2007 - 2009 Prices: $110 per class Order Form UPHA Chapter 14 Spring Premiere Years
Harry Cooper 12/22/1937 - 11/22/2010 Often called the voice of the Arabian horse, Harry Cooper was born and reared in Indianapolis, Indiana. Graduated from Broad Ripple high school in 1955, he attended Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana, graduating with a B.S. Degree in Business Marketing in 1959. Post Graduate work was done in Business Administration at Butler University in Indianapolis. Married to Sue Spivey, a lifelong horsewoman, in the summer of 1960, he had no choice but to learn the "horsey" life. His early horse experience was with American Saddlebred horses and American Quarter horses, with an introduction to Arabians through Half Arabians in 1963. Successfully converted to Arabian horses
I remember Dad at trail rides in Brown County back when I was young. Camping out and the pilot light on Marilyn Paton’s camper heater always blowing out. I remember his strength and determination. I remember him sitting in the announcer’s stand while I ran the judge’s cards up to him at the old Wanamaker show. I remember his buying one of those newfangled video cameras in 1979 as a "deductible business expense" to video the horses Mom had in training. I remember him traveling constantly announcing shows and events while I was elected, or more to the point drafted, as cameraman. I remember his urging to start videotaping clients horses at shows for pay and making $750 at the first weekend show I videoed at 15 years of age.