Youtube has become one of the fastest growing social networking sites for Breyer horse collectors in the past two years. It hosts thousands of creative videos by just as many creative individuals! It’s a wonderfully exciting and fun way to share your love for Breyer and now Golden Oak Stables is hosting a monthly Video Challenge for you to share your love for your models with all of us!
Videos on youtube range from the informative to the dramatic! Some users create elaborate storylines for their models where the horses come to life and act out extensive scenarios. Others simply show videos of their collections for all to see! Some share opinions and reviews of their new models and others share information, creating instructional videos to help others learn!
The possibilities are endless with this new type of social media for Breyers and Golden Oak Stables encourages you to enter their montly video challenge. You can bring home a Golden Oak Stables gift certificate by creating a video about your models! With 5 different categories, you can let your mind go wild!
Golden Oak Stables 2011 Monthly Video Challenge*
Exclusively for the friends of Golden Oak Stables and those that Love Breyer Horses.
Summary of Challenge (No purchase or payment of any kind is necessary to enter or win this challenge)
Create a short video about Breyer Horses
You must have a YouTube Account.
Videos can be any style: fiction or documentary, animated or live action.
Videos must be no longer than three minutes.
Music is not allowed unless it is your own original work.
Videos must be in English or have English subtitles.
Videos must be an original work.
Videos must be created after January 1, 2011.
Videos must be posted and then submitted to Golden Oak Stables Video Challenge at: http://www.youtube.com/user/StableNews no later than Midnight January 31, 2011.
Winners will be announced via email and the Stable News no later than the 15th of the following month.
One Prize will be awarded per month. Entries can include any or all of the following:
1) Creativity – Use your imagination to innovate something that is new.
2) Reality – Use actual events or facts in a simulation.
3) Informational – Use your knowledge to provide instruction.
4) Choreography – Use your artistic talents.
5) Videography – Use your skills to provide an organized production.