Julie Goodnight Announces her Horse Master Air Dates and Shows for 2014

Julie Goodnight announced the production of 16 new episodes of Horse Masterwhich will continue throughout 2014. The award-winning show, now in its seventh year on the air, has a new timeslot on cable’s FamilyNet—Mondays at 5:30 p.m. ET. Horse Master airs at its usual primetime spot during RFD-TV’s horse-training block–Monday nights at 10:30 p.m. ET–and repeats each week’s episode Friday mornings and Saturday nights for easy West-Coast viewing.

Horse Master can now be seen in HD for RFD-TV viewers who watch through Dish Network (where RFD-TV can be added to any viewing package for a monthly fee).

Find out how to watch Horse Master on RFD-TV here:

Have cable? Find out how to watch on FamilyNet here:

Or watch online anytime with a subscription to Horse Master Online:

On Goodnight’s online channel you can find more than 125 episodes, search by keyword, and find the training help you need for your immediate needs (and your horse’s new behaviors). Online subscriptions make great gifts, too!

Here’s the 2014 Horse Master schedule—with shows recorded at Julie’s ranch in Salida, Colorado, and at the Berkshire Equestrian Center in Richmond, Massachusetts. Show topics cover a variety of training, horsemanship and behavior issues including: unloading from the trailer; bonding with a new horse; slowing down a fast horse; working with an “off-the-track” Thoroughbred; training for flying lead changes; working with mustangs. Dale Myler, founder of Myler Bits, joins Goodnight for two shows and helps a dressage rider find an approved bit for showing; he also helps a riding instructor find the best bit for her Western school horse. Watch every Monday to see a new show!

Horse Master with Julie Goodnight Schedule for 2014:

Week of December 29 HM701; “Driving Miss Goodnight” Julie Goodnight teaches how to drive—and back—a truck and trailer.

Week of January 5 HM702; “Million Dollar Mustang” Julie Goodnight helps prepare a mustang for flying lead changes.

Week of January 12 HM703; “Over the Edge” Julie Goodnight helps a determined horse learn to back out of the trailer.

Week of January 19 HM704; “Two Bits” Julie Goodnight and Dale Myler help a Western instructor find bits to use for a lesson horse.

Week of January 26 HM705; “Show Me Again” Julie Goodnight helps an English rider prepare for transitions and for the show ring.

Week of February 2 HM706; “Continuing Ed” Julie Goodnight’s new horse, Eddie, is learning what Julie expects of her horses.

Week of February 9 HM707; “Grand P. R. E.” Julie Goodnight and Dale Myler help a dressage rider prepare for shows.

Week of February 16 HM708; “Spin Doctor” Julie Goodnight helps a young trainer prepare her horse for spins.

Week of April 20 HM709; “My Mother’s Legacy” Julie Goodnight helps a daughter bond with her new, inherited horse.

Week of April 27 HM710; “Not So Fast” Julie Goodnight helps a horse and rider learn a cue to slow down.

Week of May 4 HM711; “Turning the Paige” Julie Goodnight helps a rider build confidence and gain her Off-The-Track-Thoroughbred’s respect.

Week of May 11 HM712; “Can I Get a ‘Yes Ma’am’?” Julie Goodnight teaches groundwork techniques to instill obedience and leadership.

Week of May 18 HM713; “Little Things that Count” Julie Goodnight teaches a young rider what it will take to show her Paint Horse at higher levels.

Week of May 25 HM714; “Ask for More” A CHA instructor learns how to take her home-raised horse to the next training level with Julie’s help.

Week of June 1 HM715; “Sideways” Julie Goodnight teaches a horse and rider to perfect the side pass.

Week of June 8 HM716; “Balance in Motion” Julie Goodnight helps a rider improve her balance and confidence so she can win in the AQHA show ring.

For more about Julie Goodnight’s training, watch her whole library of training advice and topics with her new online video channel ( or catch Horse Master broadcast on RFD-TV every Monday at 10:30p EST – Direct TV channel 345, Dish Network channel 231 and on many cable outlets (5:30 pm ET on FamilyNet). Visit for the clinic schedule. Sign up for the free monthly newsletter at Goodnight is proud to recommend Myler Bits, Nutramax Laboratories, Circle Y Saddles, Redmond Equine, The Equine Feed Oat Project, Spalding Fly Predators, Millcreek Manure Spreaders, and Bucas Blankets. Goodnight is the spokesperson for the Certified Horsemanship Association. 






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