Mason Phelps Radio Kicks Off Thursday, January 12

Written by: Rebecca Walton

Client: Phelps Media Group, Inc.
Release Date: 2012-01-10

Wellington, FL – January 10, 2012 – Mason Phelps Radio is pleased to announce that its first segment will be held this Thursday, January 12, 2012 at 5:00 p.m. EST on This week’s show will be co-hosted by Media Personality Steve Williams, and will feature Bob Cacchione, Peter Cashman and Ron Davis as guests. The new radio show will be held each Thursday. Phelps and his guests will be discussing the most important issues regarding the equestrian community, from exciting upcoming events, to the challenges and obstacles the sport faces.

Co-Host Williams is a staple on the equestrian scene and has helped produce major events like Dressage Under the Stars. “I’m really excited to have a forum to share news on the happenings of the equestrian lifestyle, particularly in the heart of the equestrian capital, Wellington,” he commented. “Mason is the voice on what is happening and what needs to happen in the horse business. I’ve always been fond of his ability to do what is best for the community and to provide a forum so that people can be informed and have discussions about what’s going on. He always does it with a really fun twist and he’s always very energetic about being a part of the lifestyle; anytime that I can be involved and share that I am honored.”

One of this week’s guests will be Intercollegiate Horse Show Association (IHSA) Founder and Executive Director Bob Cacchione, who will be joined by Coach of the IHSA Equestrian Team at United States Military Academy at West Point, NY, Peter Cashman. Cacchione has dedicated himself to the growth and success of the organization. “I’m very excited to be on the show,” he noted. “It is another opportunity for the IHSA to be exposed a very wide equestrian audience. This week I am hoping to discuss the growth of the association for collegiate riding, our National Championships, which will be held in Raleigh, NC, and the scholarship foundation, which is planning to give out 30 scholarships this year.”

Docutainment Director and Producer Ron Davis will be this week’s second guest. Davis produced the hit documentary Pageant, and is currently working on a new piece that will air on HBO. “I am very interested in doing some equestrian documentaries, so I’d love to chat about that on Mason’s show this week,” he said. “I really enjoy working with Mason and it’s always great entertainment when he is involved; I never know what is going to fly out of his mouth. I think the first show will be a huge hit and everyone should be listening!”

There are 17,000 Internet radio stations worldwide and W4CY is ranked 13th in the world. Listeners can tune in by visiting, and they can also call into the show with comments by dialing 561-623-W4CY (9429).

From International Polo to the Winter Equestrian Festival, Phelps will have the latest lowdown on all of the exciting events in Wellington, the equestrian capital of the world. And as you might expect, he’ll be reporting weekly on who has been naughty and nice.

For more information about the new show or to tune in please visit, the #1 ranked internet radio station in West Palm Beach. For more information about Mason Phelps and Phelps Media Group, please visit

Mason Phelps, Jr., President and founder of Phelps Media Group International and the acclaimed equestrian news web site, is taking to the airwaves with an all new radio show on The show will air every Thursday from 5 to 6 p.m.

Phelps is a lifelong horseman, event manager, governance leader, charity organizer, and multi-media executive. He was named Alternate to the U.S. Three Day Team that competed in the Mexico City Olympic Games and was named the U.S. Combined Training Association’s Rider of the Year.

Phelps founded, produced, and managed the first International Jumping Derby in Newport, Rhode Island, founded and created the New England Horsemen’s Association Hunt Seat Medal, and was a major player in the formation of the Winter Equestrian Festival in Wellington, Florida. The World Dressage Masters in Wellington is his most current project.

Recently, Phelps, as President of the National Horse Show of America Ltd., oversaw the highly successful rebirth of the Alltech National Horse Show in Lexington, Kentucky in November of 2011.

As a philanthropist, Phelps was one of the founders of the Equestrian Aid Foundation, and is a key fundraiser for the United States Equestrian Team.

Don’t miss the all new Mason Phelps radio program every Thursday evening on from 5 to 6 p.m. As one of the outspoken leaders of the equestrian industry world-wide, Phelps plans an entertaining and revealing hour of equestrian entertainment every Thursday night. See you on the radio!


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