|Launched||1 October 2014|
|Owned by||Ride Television Network, Inc|
|Broadcast area||United States|
|Headquarters||Fort Worth, Texas|
|Dish Network||Ch. 248 (HD)|
|Verizon FiOS||Ch. 635 (HD)|
|Eastlink (Canada)||Ch. 639 (HD)|
|Century Link||Ch. 669 (SD)/ Ch. 1669 (HD)|
|Bell Fibe TV (Canada)||Ch. 1531 (HD)|
|Optik TV (Canada)||Ch. 970 (HD)|
|RIDE TV GO||[ridetvgo.com]|
|Sling TV||Internet Protocol television|
Ride TV is a 24-hour, high-definition, American digital cable and satellite television network dedicated to showcasing equestrian and horse lifestyle and culture. RIDE TV delivers high-quality programming to those that enjoy and care about anything and everything horse related.
Verizon was the first major provider to announce a carriage agreement in December 2014. However, Verizon would not actually carry the channel for almost two years, finally adding the network in November 2016 only as an A la carte offering. Dish Network added RIDE TV in 2015 as part of the "America's top 250" package. Century Link Prism TV added RIDE TV in spring of 2016 as part of an add-on sports package.
RIDE TV is currently available on DISH Network and DISH Latino (248HD), Armstrong (235HD/489SD), Windstream Communications (1674HD/674SD), Century Link (1669HD/669SD), Google Fiber (254HD), CalTel Communications (596HD/96SD), Jefferson County Cable (140HD/50SD), Layer3 TV (272HD), Shentel (370HD), FiOS by Verizon (635HD), Grupo TVCable (297HD), and Viking Broadband (19SD) subscribers. It was added to the "Heartland Extra" add-on through Sling TV on November 1, 2017.
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