The Horse Show with Rick Lamb is a magazine-style program where anything goes. One episode has Rick preparing for a celebrity cutting in Indiana by taking a lesson from Arizona's legendary Al Dunning while other programs find him deep in the heart of Texas talking horses and music with country heartthrob Chris Cagle, playing horse soccer in Kansas, or prowling the halls of the Department of Agriculture in Washington, D.C. to find out how the National Animal Identification System will affect horse owners.
Training, travel, health, human interest, and historical segments and more- that's what to expect on The Horse Show. The connecting thread is Rick's insatiable curiosity about everything equine. "I guess I'm obsessed," he says. "I wake up every day wanting to know more and do more with horses, and to share that with my audience."
Many viewers will recognize Rick Lamb. He has hosted the Equine "LIVE" programs on RFD-TV and is also host of Road to the Horse, the popular colt starting competition held in Murfreesboro, Tennessee each year.
Even more people will recognize Lamb's voice. His syndicated radio programs, The Horse Show with Rick Lamb and The Horse Show Minute, are heard on 130 radio stations and online at www.thehorseshow.com. The shows have earned nine national awards for excellence and have attracted a full roster of premium sponsors, several of which are also underwriting Lamb's move to television.
Heading the creative team on the TV show is Rick's wife, Diana Lamb. Diana spent twenty years in front of the camera as a commercial and film actress, soaking up every nuance of the production process. It gave her the experience and eye for detail she depends upon now as director and primary videographer.
"My goal is to tell each story the best way possible, whatever it is," Diana explains. "Rick is a great interviewer and his enthusiasm for horses really shines through. But the story is the star of this show."
Rick has also proven himself as an author, penning the modern classic, The Revolution in Horsemanship, with Dr. Robert M. Miller, and Horse Smarts for the Busy Rider. In print, in person, or on the air, Rick Lamb is considered to be one of the most effective and knowledgeable communicators in the horse industry today.