June 6, 2008
 
Ron Hevener Horse Film Premieres on Nicker Network TV
 
Special to Huntingtonnews.net
 
Lancaster, PA (HNN) --- Author/Artist Ron Hevener's new documentary film based on his family novel "Fate of the Stallion" premieres on Nicker Network TV Saturday, June 7.
 
Featuring an original musical score by Barcelona-based composer David Giro' (Mystery of the Nile), the 30 minute film premieres June 7 at 7 PM EST on http://www.NickerNetwork.com. A link to the documentary film will appear on the Nicker Network home page at that time.
 
"I am delighted and honored that Mr. Hevener thinks so highly of Nicker that he chose our network for the international launch of his documentary," says Sally Lasater, Programming and Content Manager of Nicker Communications, LLC of California.
 
"We are at The Western States Horse Expo in Sacramento this coming weekend. We are going to have a large poster in the booth announcing the premiere and then at 4 PM PST on Saturday when it goes live, we'll show it in the booth on a large screen TV monitor hooked up to the computer."
 
Not since the popular stories of Walter Farley has an Arabian stallion burst onto the American book scene with such force. Based on the true story of an exotic, real-life Arabian stallion lost from the public limelight and the broken family who found him, "Fate of the Stallion" gained popularity among horse lovers in more than sixty countries and sold out its first printing. Filmed in Lancaster County and the surrounding Pennsylvania Dutch Country, the story quickly gained popularity among animal lovers internationally.
 
The film gives viewers a peek at what it's like writing a novel about the inside workings of the horse show world and introduces the Arabian stallion, Selket Louchiano, who portrays the horse in the story. Mr. Hevener and Louchiano are currently making live personal appearances for the film around the country.
 
For more information, readers can visit http://www.FateoftheStallion.com or http://www.RonHevener.com
 
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