“The powerful relationship of man and horse and the role the horse has played is central to human history,” I’m fortunate to have been given the opportunity to relate my own horse experiences in support of CSU’s research in the equine industry.
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Denver, CO (PRWEB) June 05, 2013
Nashville recording artist Pete Martinez donated the song “THE HORSE,” theme song for Horse Sense, a documentary premiering on Rocky Mountain PBS featuring the Colorado State University’s Equine Research Programs. The film tells the story of mankind’s relationship with the horse. Martinez wrote, recorded and performed the song to applaud the advancements of the CSU Equine Institute, one of the world’s most prestigious equine teaching hospitals and research entities.
“The powerful relationship of man and horse and the role the horse has played is central to human history,” says Martinez. “As the first song I’ve written solo, ‘THE HORSE’ is a story that needed to be told. The song chronicles and honors the strong human connection with the horse over time. I’m fortunate to have been given the opportunity to relate my own horse experiences in support of CSU’s research and medical milestones in the equine industry.”
The documentary Horse Sense was produced by students and faculty at the Lawrence and Kristina Dodge College of Film and Media Arts at Chapman University in Orange, CA. Horse Sense is an introspective look at human-horse relationships, with a focus on the innovative work Colorado State University carries on to advance the equine landscape across the world.
Debut of “THE HORSE” was performed by Pete Martinez January 23, 2013 at the Night of Dancing Horses, a signature event of the National Western Stock Show in Denver, CO. Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper introduced Martinez’ live performance of the song at the World Premiere screening of the film in Denver, CO held at the IMAX theatre in February. Hear “THE HORSE” at http://www.petemartinezusa.com.
About Pete Martinez:
Casper, Wyoming native Pete Martinez began his singing career in the Rocky Mountains, expanding to record in Nashville and to perform for audiences across the globe, including a U.S President. He has been invited to perform a month-long concert tour in Sweden during the months of June and July 2013. Tours in the United States and throughout the West are also in the works. Martinez’s first two albums, Changes and I Would for You include the hit dance single “I Hear You Knockin’” as well as several notable recordings. Coming from agricultural origins, Martinez continues to sing and ride the range with cowboys throughout the West. More on Pete Martinez can be found at http://www.petemartinezusa.com/news/bio.
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