Horse Radio Network Takes a First Look at New Equestrian Products for 2011

Hopper Expositions welcomes the Tack and Habit Radio Show and HORSES IN THE MORNING to the AETA International Trade Show for a sneak peak at the new horse products for 2011.

Lexington, KY:  The Horse Radio Network (HRN), sponsored by Hopper Expositions, will be attending the AETA International Trade Show in Philadelphia, PA to bring its radio audience a first look at the new products hitting the equine market in 2011.

HRN will once again be recording segments for its popular Tack and Habit Radio Show by Kentucky Performance Products.  The Tack and Habit Radio Show is hosted by Helena Bee and Glenn the Geek and takes an entertaining look every week at equestrian products, both practical and silly.

According to Glenn, "We hope to record around thirty segments during the AETA show, providing a unique opportunity for the manufactures to show off their newest equestrian products.  And our listeners love these AETA segments!"  You can listen to the Tack and Habit Show at

In addition, for the first time, the Horse Radio Network will be recording its live morning radio show, HORSES IN THE MORNING, from the AETA International Trade Show.  Jamie Jennings and Glenn the Geek will on the floor of the show on Monday Morning at 9am Eastern to share the excitement with their listeners from around the world.  It will be the first live remote for HORSES IN THE MORNING which is the only live morning radio show dedicated to the horse lover worldwide.  You can listen to HORSES IN THE MORNING live or recorded at Or just click on the Horses In The Morning button on!!

Horse Radio Network (HRN) - the Voice of the Horse World - is the pioneer and leader in equine related online horse radio. With a number of shows from the serious to the sublime, the Horse Radio Network is your entertaining and informative source for everything horse. Listen to any of the eight popular shows on the network including the Stable Scoop Radio Show, Tack and Habit Radio Show, Eventing Radio Show, Dressage Radio Show, Jumping Radio Show, Western Radio Show, Horse Tip Daily and Horses in the Morning.  You can find all the shows at or through iTunes or Zune.

Officially incorporated in 2007, the American Equestrian Trade Association was formed to unite equestrian trade and provide a forum for positive interactions among manufacturers, retailers and riders. For more information on AETA, visit  AETA International is produced by Hopper Expositions, Inc., and all show details for buyers and exhibitors can be found at