Horse Illustrated

This post contains affiliate links. As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases If you love horses, you ll love Horse Illustrated. Each issue delivers expert advice on horse health and care, along with riding tips. An entertaining equestrian mix is rounded out with beautifully illustrated breed profiles and engaging reads about life with

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If you love horses, you ll love Horse Illustrated. Each issue delivers expert advice on horse health and care, along with riding tips. An entertaining equestrian mix is rounded out with beautifully illustrated breed profiles and engaging reads about life with horses, all with a fresh/modern look. Editorial Reviews

Who Reads Horse Illustrated?
Horse Illustrated serves hands-on horse owners by promoting the best in horse care, riding, and training. It’s the premier monthly source of all-breed, all-discipline equine information – including expert English and Western training advice, competitive insight, important medical updates, comprehensive coverage of equine health and nutrition, as well as breed profiles, news, and lifestyle features for equestrians.

What You Can Expect in Each Issue:

Barn Buzz: A humorous look at the life of a horse enthusiast. Trail Guide: Expert advice for trail riders.
English Arena: English riding tips, training and related information. Western Roundup: Western riding tips, training, and more.
Vet Files: Horse health updates plus your questions answered by veterinarians. Making Headlines: The latest news and trends in the equine world. HI Answers: Solutions to horse problems of all types, from a panel of equine experts.  Interviews with top riders and equestrian celebrities, plus the latest products, trends and news from around the horse world. 
Each information-packed issue features articles like in-depth training articles for English and western riding disciplines, special-interest features, comprehensive health care and grooming articles, breed profiles and expert advice offering new and current horse owners tips on taking care of their horse.  Recent feature topics include: fuel-efficient towing, jumping tune-up exercises, trail course tips for western riders, smooth-gaited breeds, and how to build a safe stall from the ground up.

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Contributors:
The lifestyles of the Horse Illustrated editorial staff mirror those of our readers. Being horse owners themselves, editors and contributors are dedicated to providing quality coverage of the equine world. Contributors are experts in their field and include authors, trainers and veterinarians: Sharon Biggs, Pat & Linda Parelli, Annie Eldridge, Cindy Hale, Toni McAllister, Jennifer Nice, Laura Riley DVM, and Dale Rudin.

Magazine Layout
Horse Illustrated is information driven. Feature articles are complemented by beautiful four color photography. “How To” articles include helpful step by step photos or illustrations. Each breed profile comes with a gorgeous pull-out poster.

Comparisons to Other Magazines
Horse Illustrated has the industry’s most comprehensive editorial. Readers turn to one publication – Horse Illustrated – over other “niche” publications for a wide range of special columns and features instead of buying three separate magazines to cover English riding, Western riding, and health care. Comprehensive coverage of equine health, nutrition, grooming, and all aspects of horse care helps keep your horse in top shape. Everyday training difficulties, sporting across the world, medical milestones, and functional equestrian fashion; you can expect to find it all in Horse Illustrated.

Advertising
Advertising is relevant to the magazine, offering products and services that all horse enthusiasts will be interested in. An Ad Index is included in each issue featuring the page number of the advertiser.

Awards
The United States Equestrian Foundation, the national governing body for equestrian sport in the United States, has recognized Horse Illustrated for excellence with a Pegasus Award for Media as Equestrian Publication of the Year in 2004 and following up with an honorable mention in the same category in 2005.

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