Season 10 of Horse Master with Julie Goodnight Starts January 16

All new episodes of Horse Master with Julie Goodnight (filmed at Goodnight’s Colorado ranch) premiere on January 16, 2017, on RFD-TV. Episodes will also be available to watch online in Goodnight’s “Academy” (

Upcoming Season 10 Episodes:

January 16: HM 1001 “A Bit Faster” Julie Goodnight and Dale Myler help a roper shave seconds off his time when his horse moves with ease.

January 23: HM 1002 “Letting Go” Julie Goodnight helps a fearful rider relax her grip on the reins and ride without stopping her horse.

January 30: HM 1003 “Fresh Prince” Julie Goodnight helps a Shetland Pony learn his manners so he can be a prized lead-line mount.

February 6: HM 1004 “Extend the Hand” Julie Goodnight helps a Western Dressage rider boost her scores.

February 13: HM 1005 “Hear Me Now?” Julie Goodnight helps a deaf polo pony learn hand signals for clear communication during groundwork.

February 20: HM 1006 “Trainer Talk” Julie Goodnight and Dale Myler help a trainer choose what bits to have on hand for any horse.

February 27: HM 1007 “Finishing School” Julie Goodnight helps a young rider teach her horse self carriage—helping boost her show-ring points.

March 6: HM 1008 “Shape Up” Julie Goodnight discusses posture—and how to age gracefully with horses.

In addition to these, over 200 streaming episodes are available to Library and Interactive Members on Goodnight’s online “Academy,” along with bonus behind-the-scenes footage of Julie working with horses and their owners that you won’t find anywhere else. (

Arizona Horses & Riders Apply Now for Horse Master with Julie Goodnight

Julie Goodnight brings her highly acclaimed RFD-TV show to White Stallion Ranch ( in Tucson, Arizona February 28 – March 4, 2017.

Applications—available at—must be submitted online by Wednesday, January 25, 2017. 

Eight horse and rider teams will be selected to work with Goodnight and be a part of Horse Master episodes produced for RFD-TV. The shooting site will be closed to viewers and auditors.

Each show taped will feature one horse/rider team in each episode, chosen from applicants that have a problematic or difficult horse and/or want to learn a new skill in order to succeed with their usually pleasant mount. Each episode will revolve around a human with a horse problem or a horse with a human who needs to keep learning to master their horsemanship skills. 

Goodnight is looking for a broad representation of horses, people, disciplines, breeds and issues. She wants to know about your horse’s history and your relationship. This is a chance to tell your story and to get help from a pro.

Goodnight will work with each selected horse then help the rider learn to carry out the new training and achieve the desired goals. Each selected cast member and horse is on set for two days during the shoot week.

More about the Ranch:

At White Stallion Ranch, the personal touch and hospitality of a traditional dude ranch is carefully blended with the service and amenities of a fine resort. The True family welcomes you to the ranch that has been their home for 50 years.

Reconnect with nature, family, friends and serenity. Ride through the unspoiled desert, rugged mountains and cactus that have brought Hollywood filmmakers to the ranch for over 70 years.

The views are always best from the saddle. With one of the largest privately owned herds in Arizona, they have the right horse for every guest—from first-time trailblazers to life-long riders. Guests are carefully matched with their horse for the duration of their stay. 

Comfort is never appreciated more than after an active day. A glass of wine on the patio, an invigorating massage or relaxing soak in the hot tub, a healthy home-style dinner at sunset, and a good night’s sleep on a premium pillow-top bed make your day complete.

To view photos of the ranch facilities, or to book your equestrian getaway, go to

Stay tuned to Horse Master with Julie Goodnight for more shoot locations or “like” Horse Master with Julie Goodnight on Facebook ( Check out Goodnight’s online video and article library and her full line of horse training DVDs as well as books, training tools and gifts at

Goodnight is the popular RFD-TV host of Horse Master airing weekly. Goodnight travels the USA sharing her no-nonsense horsemanship training with riders of all disciplines. Goodnight has ridden in many different saddles—she’s experienced in dressage and jumping, racing, reining, cow horse, colt-starting, and wilderness riding. Goodnight grew up on the hunter-jumper circuits in Florida, but is now at home in the West. She and her husband, Rich Moorhead, live in the mountains in Salida, Colorado. Both love versatility ranch horse competitions and riding cow-horses. Find her clinic schedule at Explore Goodnight’s online library and many training videos at; be sure to sign up for the free monthly training news with the “Free Access” link at and please subscribe to the free YouTube channel at






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