EQUUS Film Fest On Demand: New Addition to Training Series Trick Trainer Heidi Herriott

EQUUS Film Fest On Demand has teamed up with Heidi Herriott to bring our audience a front row seat to the world of Horse Trick Training. Heidi Herriott is a world-renowned performing artist, show producer, horse trainer, clinician, consultant, and star of the “Heidi Herriott Presents HorseTrix” TV series. Heidi specializes in Trick, Liberty and Dancing Horse Training.   Her television show, “Heidi Herriott’s HorseTrix” was a nationally televised series on the RFD network, she has a current touring production show called “The Rhinestone Cowgirls”.

When asking Heidi what EQUUS On Demand viewers can expect to see, she replied, “What makes my HorseTrix training program unique is that I work very diligently on creating a solid foundation with my horses.  The results are such that  I can then take them anyplace at any time and get a great result.  They are comfortable in any situation, and consistently do their routine.  My father, a 2nd generation trainer, instilled in my sisters and I, that we cannot call ourselves trainers and charge for our services until we have proven ourselves through a solid training program, and then being able to replicate that with a variety of horses. I encourage your viewers to really delve deeper into trainers and training programs when they decide to spend their hard-earned money!”

Our goal at EQUUS Film Fest On Demand is to provide our viewers with qualified trainers and clinicians to solve their riding and training issues. The On Demand instruction is aimed at helping the viewer achieve their riding goals. We are building a full stable of international trainers and clinicians covering all disciplines, along with interesting and fun training, from “Trick Training” to “How To Train Your Racehorse”!

ABOUT THE EQUUS FILM FESTIVAL
The EQUUS film Festival is the leading showcase for domestic and international equestrian content including feature films, shorts, documentaries, music videos, commercials, training, educational materials, art and literature. Now available On Demand and Streaming to all your devices.

 The seventh annual EQUUS Film Festival will take place December 5 – 8, 2019 at the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington Kentucky in the Wrigley Media Group Theaters. EQUUS Film Festival is the first event of its kind to offer a home to equine storytellers from around the world, through feature films, documentaries, video’s, commercials, and short films as well as cultural elements of fine equestrian art and literature, We are the first to host an On Demand Platform for the EFF films and documentaries.

Founded in 2013 by Lisa Diersen, President/Director, an avid equestrian who has spent her life in the company of horses. Lisa’s mission is to show the world how horses can bring everyone together regardless of race, age, gender, abilities or disabilities. She presently raises, trains, and loves Lusitano horses in Maple Park, Illinois, with her faithful campion, the spunky Jack Russell, Amore.

Diana De Rosa, an international equine photographer and journalist, joined EQUUS in 2015 as co-organizer of the NYC event. Diana is a veteran equestrian photojournalist, who has traveled the world and has recorded equestrian history for over 35 years. Her story and photography have taken her to over 30 countries. An accomplished rider herself, De Rosa understands the horse world from many different angles. She also has two of her own columns on hubpages.com/@dianaderosa. Her photography can be seen at www.dianaderosa.com

The EQUUS Film Festival highlights and rewards the diverse and creative efforts of those who pay artistic homage to the horse.

The EQUUS Film Festival is now available on-demand, streaming to all your devices.

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lisa@equusfilmfestival.net

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