Interested in a career in equestrian broadcasting? Learn from John Kyle in Kentucky! | Eventing nation


John Kyle works on site at the Kentucky Horse Park.

Equestrians and eventing enthusiasts alike, if you've ever considered a broadcast gig, here's your chance to get some tips from one of the best in the business.

John Kyle is the voice heard on most major equestrian live streams these days; He has commented on several Olympic Games and World Championships in various disciplines and also attends 5-star events such as Kentucky every year. John travels the world to cover broadcasts of major competitions, bringing with him an encyclopedia full of information and stories.

The best seat in the house!

Commenting and broadcasting are skills that need to be acquired and honed, and to help others who want to take on these roles in the future, John is offering two half-day training sessions each week in Kentucky (Tuesday, April 23) and Monday , April 29).

The April 23 session is for riders/professionals interested in serving as broadcast analysts. The April 29 session is for anyone interested in broadcasts and comments.

You can view the details of the programs here. The cost of each session is $275 and electronic payment options are being finalized. In the meantime, if you would like to register to keep your spot (the April 29 session is already half full!), please email [email protected].