2022 Horse Week Film Contest
If you make video content, this contest is for you! This fall, the Equine Network LLC is presenting Horse Week brought to you by Boehringer Ingelheim, an equine-centric digital festival unlike any other. In conjunction with Horse Week®, the Equine Network and Boehringer Ingelheim are happy to announce the Horse Week Film Contest.
The Horse Week Film Contest allows you, professional or amateur videographer, to submit equine related videos for a chance to win cash prizes. Winners will also have their videos featured as part of Horse Week content.
Ready to submit an entry? Entries are open now through Friday, July 15th!
Where can I learn more about the rules of this film contest?
What is the Horse Week film contest looking for?
We are looking for the most inspiring, heartwarming, educational, humorous, and creative horse videos you can come up with! We want you to use your best storytelling skills to captivate riders, horse-lovers, and people brand new to horses.
Does it matter where my footage has been featured or shown before?
The Horse Week Film Contest is looking for new and exciting film content. If your film has been featured on Hulu, Netflix, YouTube, or any other platform where it received more than a limited viewership, it is not eligible for this contest.
What type of video file do I need to submit?
Your video entry should be in .mp4 h264 format for submissions and .mov pro res 422 format for the finals.
What is the film length is legible to enter? Films between 5-45 minutes are legible to win, one prize of $7,500
Films between 5-45 minutes are legible to win, one prize of $7,500
How many times can I submit content for the film contest in the short and long form categories?
There is no limit to the number of entries.
How old do I have to be to enter?
You must be 18 years or older to submit a film to the Horse Week Film Contest.
Is this contest open internationally?
You must be a U.S. citizen to enter.
How do I enter and submit my content?
Use this link!
2021 Horse Week Film Contest Winner
Jacob McLane was the winner of the 2021 Horse Week Film Contest. McLane's film was the 1017 Project which is based on Jordan Weaver, founder of the 1017 Project—a 501c3 charity that produces roping events that then donates the cattle used to local food supply outlets that feed food insecure populations.