'Ireland Unbridled' to Debut on HRTV Sept. 17

Sixteen-part series for horse enthusiasts focuses on Emerald Isle equine events.

"Ireland Unbridled," a 16-part series for horse enthusiasts produced by Unbridled TV, will premiere on racing network HRTV,  beginning on Monday, Sept. 17 at 9:30 p.m. ET.

The series chronicles the adventures of host Susan Kayne, her daughter, Rachel Carter, and horse enthusiast Victoria Kohan, in a coast-to-coast journey to experience the best of everything equine on the Emerald Isle.

Each episode of "Ireland Unbridled" will bring viewers intimate conversations with Ireland's most accomplished horse people. As the trio travels through Ireland, viewers are treated to breathtaking landscapes from horseback, architectural wonders built for the love of horses, and an inside look at Ireland's biggest equine events. The series showcases a wide range of horse activities from racing at Galway to trekking the hills of Connaught to cross country gallops to World Cup show jumping.

"In addition to showing off  the raw magnificence of Ireland's landscapes and incredible horses, I am most excited about delivering to viewers the depth of horse sense our guests share," said Kayne. "The Irish offer insightful horse care and riding tips, gleaned over generations that viewers can take straight to the stable to make their own life with their beloved horses even better."

Monday's premiere takes place at Ireland's biggest equestrian festival, the Discover Ireland Dublin Horse Show, a venue that draws over 100,000 visitors. Britain's high jumping master Nick Skelton and America's show jumping stars Beezie Madden, Laura Kraut, Kimberly Prince, and Jeffrey Welles are featured in the series debut.

"The premiere of a wonderful series like 'Ireland Unbridled' further expands HRTV's commitment to provide outstanding equestrian programming from around the world," said HRTV's Dotty Ewing.

"Ireland Unbridled" was mastered at rockin'horse productions in New York's Hudson Valley. The series is sponsored by Tourism Ireland.