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Tokyo Takeaways, Dutton’s Diaries and Torchbearer Campaign mark StreamHorseTV’s celebration of Tokyo Olympics Equestrian Action

StreamHorseTV will be celebrating the equestrian competition at the 2021 Tokyo Olympic Games through dedicated editorial programming aimed at building an enthusiastic community of digitally engaged fans around these games in the absence of spectators, while the athletes compete without family members by their sides. Tokyo TakeawaysDutton’s Diaries, and our Torchbearer Campaign will serve the equine sports space by providing avenues of involvement, no matter your location.

Tokyo Takeways is an Olympics Debrief in conversation with Catie Staszak, Longines FEI Jumping World Cup commentator and CEO of Catie Staszak Media, providing insight and stories across the equine disciplines.

This pre-recorded video program features discussion on how the games are shaping up for the human and equine athletes in each equestrian category, as Staszak provides commentary on the show ring, and stories from the stable area. Find out who’s hitting or missing the mark by tuning into Tokyo Takeaways on StreamHorseTV.

Dutton’s Diaries is a series of audio diaries coming straight out of Tokyo, via none other than Team USA’s eldest member. Competing in his seventh Olympics, veteran eventer and multiple Olympic medalist Phillip Dutton takes us behind the scenes of the equestrian happenings on the ground, sharing his thoughts on the facilities, conditions, competition, the absence of spectators, and stories of his experience at these games. Catch all of Phillip’s updates by listening into Dutton’s Diaries on StreamHorseTV.

Natalie Mayrath of StreamHorseTV is grateful for the opportunity to engage our community of horse enthusiasts as our humans and horses compete on the world’s grandest stage, where history is made. “Now more than ever, we need fan engagement, and a place to feel like we are part of the action. Having Catie’s commentary as an expert – but also a cheering fan – and hearing Phillip’s voice directly from the ground, are both a privilege and a pleasure. We wish all of the equestrian competitors a safe, successful ride during these games, and hope we can make a difference by sparking conversation around their tremendous efforts,” she said.

Join our SHTV Olympic Torchbearer Campaign for the chance to win an exclusive prize package by Ride Bedford, while celebrating your favorite Olympians and creating your own “digital fantasy” Olympic team! Through this platform we encourage our community to carry the torch for our human and equine athletes, and for each other. For more information and the chance to win, follow StreamHorseTV on Instagram.

About StreamHorseTV:
StreamHorseTV, where horse enthusiasts can join to expand their horizons, is the premier live-stream, replay, entertainment and education community for all international equestrian disciplines, sports and breeds. Learn more at www.StreamHorse.TV and follow on InstagramFacebookTwitter, and YouTube.

 About Catie Staszak Media:
Catie Staszak is the CEO of Catie Staszak Media, Inc. and international show jumping commentator. Primarily working with the Longines FEI Jumping World Cup™ North American League, Staszak has announced at showjumping events across the globe. In 2018, she moderated at the FEI Sports Forum in Lausanne, Switzerland, and in 2019, she was named a Chief Liaison Officer for Olympic Broadcasting Services at the Tokyo Olympic Games. 

 Staszak founded Catie Staszak Media in 2018, a boutique media agency with a focus on storytelling-based marketing and PR. When she’s not working, she’s enjoying time with her “superhero” horse Zantos, whom she shows in the Amateur-Owner jumpers, and her dog/sidekick, Omaha.

 About Phillip Dutton:
 Phillip Dutton, riding Z, is competing in his seventh Olympics in Tokyo. Born in 1963 in Nyngan, New South Wales, Australia, Phillip grew up with horses on his family’s sheep and wheat farm. Most of his childhood and teenage years were spent competing at Pony Club rallies and horse trials. Phillip moved to the United States in 1991. Phillip rode on Australia’s gold medal winning eventing team in the 1996 Atlanta Olympics. He represented Australia in three Olympics and four World Championships after his move to the U.S.

Phillip became an American citizen in 2006 and changed his competitive nationality so that he would be eligible to represent his adoptive home, the United States. He made his Olympic debut for the US with Connaught at the Bejiing Olympics in 2008, where the team placed seventh. He also competed on the seventh-placed U.S. team at the 2012 London Olympics with Mystery Whisper. He won his first individual Olympic medal at the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Games, taking bronze with Mighty Nice. Phillip lives in West Grove, Pennsylvania with his wife, Evie; his stepdaughter, Lee Lee; and their twin daughters, Mary and Olivia. For more, check out

Natalie Mayrath
StreamHorseTV Director of Content

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