Buck Davidson & Kyle Carter Launch Eventing Analysis Show

You don’t want to miss this, EN! Buck Davidson and Kyle Carter are launching a new eventing show on YouTube to engage fans and generate buzz about competitions. The Sort of OK Show About Horses with Buck & Kyle will offer pre-event analysis on many of the big events throughout the year, as well as a post-show recap.

Here’s the really fun part. As a friendly wager, Buck and Kyle will each choose a team of four horses and riders they think will generate the best overall team score, as well as a Dark Horse that will allow for a drop score.

The first episode of the show covers this weekend’s $75,000 Wellington Eventing Showcase, and Buck and Kyle offer their analysis on many of the horses and riders slated to compete. Skip to about the 39-minute marker to hear Buck and Kyle offer analysis on their picks.

Team Buck:
Marilyn Little and RF Demeter
Jennie Brannigan and Catalina
Phillip Dutton and Fernhill Cubalawn
Allie Knowles and Sound Prospect
Dark Horse: Kyle Carter and FR’s Trust Fund

Team Kyle:
Liz Halliday-Sharp Fernhill By Night
Ryan Wood and Woodstock Bennett
Selena O’Hanlon and Foxwood High
Buck Davidson and Ballynoe Castle RM
Dark Horse: Dan Jocelyn and Devil Munchkin

What’s the friendly wager for the Wellington Eventing Showcase? If Buck’s team wins, Kyle will compete one of Buck’s horses at an upcoming event while wearing Buck’s colors. If Kyle’s team wins, Buck will compete one of Kyle’s horses at an upcoming event while wearing Kyle’s colors.

Buck and Kyle also want eventing fans to make their own team picks and send them to [email protected]. Click here to see the full entry list for the Wellington Eventing Showcase. The fan with the best overall team score after the competition will be announced as the Fan Winner on the show’s next episode.

Brothers Troupe and Henry Trice

Brothers Troupe and Henry Trice

Every show will also highlight a worthy cause, and this first show introduces us to 5-year-old Henry Trice, whose family has struggled to pay his medical bills after he received a heart transplant two years ago. Henry’s aunt rides with Kyle, and Kyle said Henry loves coming to clinics at his farm and interacting with the horses.

Henry has had some additional health complications recently, and Kyle is  encouraging anyone who listens to the show to learn more about Henry and consider donating to help the family.

What do you think of the first episode of the The Sort of OK Show About Horses with Buck & Kyle? Which horses and riders are you sending in as your team picks for the $75,000 Wellington Eventing Showcase? Let us know in the comments below.

Click here to subscribe to the show on YouTube, and stay tuned for the next episode. Go Buck & Kyle!