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Stallion Video – using my footage recorded at a stallion parade & customer photos

This one of my personal favourite stallion videos. I enjoyed editing this video and putting the music to some very nice photos supplied by Franklyn Sugar’s owner.

This video demonstrates all the key elements required in a marketing video:

  • Attractive and compelling video which is attractive visually with appropriate music
  • Includes video clips & photos demonstrating the stallion’s key strengths
  • Captions and pedigree animation for all the key information about the stallion
  • Contact information to ensure that viewers know who to contact for further information

Stallion Video using my footage recorded at client’s yard

This video was produced using footage recorded at Lucinda Fredericks’ yard. This gave me a lot of footage and allowed me to include jumping, flatwork and a trot up. Lucinda is also very comfortable talking to camera which allowed me to edit her audio as a commentary throughout the video.

I can get more footage of the stallion if I visit the yard and produce a longer video than just using clips from a Stallion Parade. (Although YouTube videos do not need to be too long because nobody will watch a 30 minute video all way to the end!)

  • Audio commentary which adds value to the video by an expert
  • Includes video clips & photos demonstrating the stallion’s key strengths
  • Captions and pedigree animation for all the key information about the stallion
  • Contact information to ensure that viewers know who to contact for further information

Stallion Video – using customer footage and photos

This advanced dressage stallion had some footage recorded by the customer at the FEI World Cup which was used to produce an attractive and entertaining video.

This video demonstrates all the key elements required in a marketing video:

  • The best bits of the customer supplied video will be selected for the video and can be enhanced by my editing software if required
  • Captions and pedigree animation for all the key information about the stallion
  • Contact information to ensure that viewers know who to contact for further information

For Sale Video

A for sale video needs to demonstrate the strengths of your horse in an attractive video.

  • Attractive video with appropriate music that enhances the video
  • Includes video clips demonstrating the horse’s key strengths
  • Contact information to ensure that viewers know who to contact for further information

Compilation/Highlight Video of an Equine Event

If your organisation is running a major equine event and requires a compilation video of the highlights for marketing future events or for other reasons then I can video the event and produce a compilation video of highlights of the event.

  • Radio microphones are used to record the commentary at the event
  • Includes video clips demonstrating the horse’s key strengths

How to … videos

How to … videos are very popular on YouTube and the organisation demonstrating or sponsoring the video will get marketing benefits of a popular video.

  • This video has received positive feedback for clearly showing how to clip horses even the tricky bits (e.g. around the sheath)
  • Billow Farm who sponsored and demonstrated clipping on the video have benefited from the video being watched over 90,000 times (to end 2015)

TV adverts

Adverts for television are recorded and edited to make an attractive, eye catching advert with prominent branding and contact details.

A famous horse and rider will obviously enhance the video. In this TV advert…

  • Carl Hester discusses the benefits of his new Leisure Ride surface.
  • Carl Hester rides Uthopia – his London 2012 Olympic’s horse

Training Aid

Watching a video of your lesson is a very effective training aid.

  • Your trainer will wear a radio microphone to ensure you can everything they say clearly

Educational -v- Entertaining Video

The final two videos demonstrate how two totally different videos can be produced on the same subject. The first video is an educational video that explains how to make hay. The second video uses hay making to demonstrate the power of the agricultural machinery. These two different briefs by the client produced two totally different videos.

  • The educational video is a popular video on YouTube and a UK educational institution asked to use the footage in one of their own training videos.