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Everything you could want to know about life with your horse is within these pages. Do you crave knowledge to keep your horse healthy and happy? Live to hit the open trail, run the barrels, handle a tough jumping course or grace a dressage test? We offer all that and more through our collection of award-winning magazines including: Horse&Rider, EQUUS, Dressage Today, The Trail Rider, Spin to Win Rodeo, American Cowboy, Practical Horseman, and Horse Journal.


If you ride and train Western, seek advice and how-to tips from top experts, and place high value on your relationship with your horse, you’ll feel right at home as a member of the Horse&Rider community . . .READ MORE »


I’d like to personally invite you to saddle up and hit the trails with America’s best-loved trail-riding magazine. The Trail Rider brings together folks from all over who share a passion for horses and adventure, creating a close-knit campfire kinship that’s rare in today’s fast-paced world . . .READ MORE »


If you are a thoughtful, caring rider (from any discipline) who wants a better relationship with your horse, then Dressage Today is the magazine for you. Basic dressage training is good for every rider and every horse. We give readers (riders) tools they can use to develop better communication with their horses, and this creates more harmonious partnerships . . .READ MORE »


Welcome to EQUUS magazine, an important source of horse-care information for more than 30 years. Each month we cover everything from the latest advances in veterinary science and equine behavior research to time-tested horse-keeping methods and training techniques . . .READ MORE »


American Cowboy is the voice of the new American West, an authentic journal of the issues and ideas that matter in big-sky country. It’s also a soup-to-nuts manual for those who want to enjoy a lifestyle defined by enduring values, epic landscapes, and really, really good steaks . . .READ MORE »


The Practical Horseman staff has nearly 100 years of riding experience in the disciplines we cover in our magazine—hunter/jumper, dressage and eventing . . .READ MORE »


Horse Journal is frequently called “the Consumer Reports for horse people,” and I certainly couldn’t think of a higher compliment. Indeed, our sole purpose is to sort through the myriad horse products available on the market, so that you can decide which ones will work best for you in your own barn. And we accept no advertising, so manufacturers don’t influence our choices . . .READ MORE »


Thanks for checking out Spin To Win Rodeo Magazine. I’m Bob Welch, Deputy Editor, and have been with the magazine for nearly nine years now. Spin To Win Rodeo borrowed its name from a team roping term and we exist to inform the team roper and rodeo fan . . .READ MORE »
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