Dennis Brouse Brings New Series to Public TV in January (US)


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“Saddle Up with Dennis Brouse” Combines Training Techniques with Heartwarming Stories


December 9, 2008, Des Moines, IA—Saddle Up with Dennis Brouse, an exciting new television series that celebrates the relationship between horse and human will be launched in January of 2009. Distributed by Executive Program Services (EPS), the first season of this 13-part series will debut on public television stations across the country.

The host, Dennis Brouse, is a highly respected and experienced horse trainer. “Whether you own a horse or just love to watch them in the movies, we’ll explore our storied partnership with this magnificent animal,” Brouse said. “The series will appeal to everyone from the serious horse owner to the arm-chair rider. We’re grateful to public television and our sponsors American Cowboy, Featherlite, Fund for Horses Charities, and Gold Buckle Network for making this possible.”

Shot in high definition (HD), each episode will showcase a specific training question or situation addressed by Brouse with the horse’s owner. This training thread is beautifully integrated into each show as a means to increase the audience’s understanding of horses. Special features will take viewers on a powerful and emotional journey into the horse world, highlighting everything from the mounted police to hippotherapy, along with segments on special breeds and classes of horses.

Brouse has been working with horses since the age of 14. After spending time learning to train horses “the old fashioned way,” he quickly realized that he was at odds with this method. Since 1996, Dennis has spent thousands of hours studying and fine-tuning his training methods. In 2002, he produced his first series of training tapes, and shortly thereafter produced a television show that aired on RFDTV.

The program is produced by GlassOnion Productions. Horse enthusiasts are encouraged to check their local public television station listings for air times. For a sneak peek, visit

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