GBN Radio Streams 'The Horse Show with Rick Lamb'

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Premier syndicated radio program educates about all aspects of horsemanship.

Gold Buckle Network™ (, The New Way To Access The West™, announced today that it is streaming digital audio episodes of "The Horse Show with Rick Lamb™," the most widely heard and celebrated radio program on horses in the world. GBN members can listen to episodes of "The Horse Show with Rick Lamb" by logging in at, clicking on GBN Radio, and selecting Horse Show Segments.

First produced in 1997, "The Horse Show with Rick Lamb" quickly found an audience on radio and is currently expanding as online listeners connect with its educational and easy-to-follow presentation. "The Horse Show" segments are in digital audio and include episodes like "Stock Contracting for Rodeos," "Horse Stunts in the Movies," "Training on the Trail," "Buying and Selling Horses at Auction," and many other interesting, informative topics.

"As the ambassador to horse enthusiasts, it is my goal to offer well-produced shows that educate the recreational rider about safety, natural training techniques, the different breeds of horses, and quality products and equipment for enhancing the horse experience," notes Rick Lamb, creator, producer, and star of "The Horse Show with Rick Lamb." "Making my content available on Gold Buckle Network lets me reach nearly 30,000 GBN member viewers and creates exposure with hundreds of thousands of online Western enthusiasts."

Since 2003, "The Horse Show" and "The Horse Show Minute" have been garnering industry awards. Lamb also co-authored "The Revolution in Horsemanship" with Dr. Robert M. Miller and recently released his second book, "Horse Smarts for the Busy Rider," a unique collection of radio scripts from "The Horse Show Minute." According to Lamb, "Horsemanship may be the ultimate self-improvement course for humans. The qualities we cultivate to make us better horsemen also make us better people."

"As part of our ongoing effort to continually add new Western sports, entertainment, and lifestyle content to the GBN network, we are pleased to offer Rick Lamb's popular horse programs on the GBN Radio channel," notes GBN Content Director Russ Aman. "Rick's radio shows are some of the best in the business, and we expect them to be very popular among GBN members."

All fans of the West can watch rodeo, movies, and TV shows, listen to country music, and shop for unique Western products at GBN currently offers free access to its large library of all-digital Western video and audio entertainment, including rodeos, classic Western movies, country music concerts, classic Western television shows, kids' shows, travel shows, cooking shows and much more.

The GBN experience is fast and simple. GBN viewing requires no special hardware or software, and nothing is downloaded to the viewer's PC. The Web-based GBN video player supports full-screen viewing, enabling viewers to maximize a crisp image beyond the size of typical streaming videos. Viewers can even watch GBN on most late-model television displays using simple, inexpensive components. GBN is the premier place to watch, listen and shop for all things Western.

About Gold Buckle Network (GBN)

GBN is an online TV network, music source, and department store for everything Western. At visitors watch rodeos and other Western sports, classic full-length Western movies, documentaries, lifestyle programs, kids' shows and more. In addition, GBN Radio streams digital country music and the GBN General Store offers a great selection of unique Western-influenced products. GBN is The New Way To Access The West — an entertaining and informative online community for millions of Western enthusiasts all over the world. Businesses rely on GBN for one-to-one access to this significant consumer market. For more information about GBN, please visit

The Gold Buckle Network name, acronym, logo, and The New Way To Access The West are trademarks of Gold Buckle Network, Inc. All rights reserved.


Liz Lawless, Gold Buckle Network

Phone 214.929.6884


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