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Alden Corrigan Media
Committed to providing exceptional customer service and results in the areas of equestrian consulting, bespoke marketing strategies, and curated photography across all disciplines.Contact:
Capitol File Magazine chronicles and celebrates the most influential players, cultural connoisseurs, fashion sophisticates, and philanthropic leaders in the Washington, DC metropolitan region.Contact:
Connection Newspapers is a locally-owned media company founded in 1784, that publishes 15 weekly community newspapers reaching more than 100,000 households in select communities in the Washington metropolitan area with print and Web editions.Contact:
An elegant, glamorous, intelligent, and fun magazine featuring personal tours inside amazing homes and barns coast-to-coast, an insider's view of equestrian society, as well a compelling mix of fashion, the arts, style, design, events, people and equestrian sports.Contact:
For more than 20 years, Equine Journal has been the voice of the horse industry, offering advertisers an excellent medium for promoting their products and services to a diverse audience.
From cover to cover, Equine Journal is the source for horse enthusiasts, providing award-winning features and columns, as well as news and events from their area.
Heels Down Magazine
An interactive digital magazine for the next generation of equestrians. Your monthly guide to the latest equestrian fashion trends, riding how-to's, and informative articles presented in a fun way.Contact:
Horse & Style Magazine
Created to bring equestrian style and the horse world together. With a unique focus on horses and fashion. H&S has created a loyal, growing subscriber base that shares the H&S passion for all things equestrian.Contact:
A digital publishing platform for horse people. Since launching in 2012 as the Horse Collaborative, it quickly cultivated and connected a passionate international community of horse lovers, athletes, equine professionals, hobbyists, dreamers, and people who just think horses are cute.Contact:
Horse Talk Magazine
A free, all-breed, all-discipline magazine distributed in Virginia and the bordering counties of Maryland. Free copies can be picked up at tack shops, feed stores, equestrian shows and equine businesses.Contact:
Offers a dynamic array of engaging content custom curated for hunter/jumper enthusiasts. Plus aggregated horse show news and results, rider profiles, training tips, barn tours, style guides and much, much more, all complimented by a vibrant social media presence.Contact:
Lancaster Farming’s Mid-Atlantic Horse tells the stories of horses and their people. Big and small horses; fast, slow, harness, carriage and farm horses; wild horses, donkeys, mules, mustangs and zebras . . . Mid-Atlantic Horse covers the wide world of the genus Equus. And for every horse story, there are many more about the people who live so closely with their horses.Contact:
Provides hands-on, instructive articles on riding and training, horse care and competition for riders of all English disciplines.Contact:
An equestrian lifestyle magazine devoted to the people and personalities that make the horse world exciting.
The Chronicle of the Horse
First published in 1937 and remains the industry leader in providing news coverage of national and international sport horse competitions. Through complete magazine and web coverage, it offers everything from competition results to compelling features and thought-provoking commentary.Contact:
The Competitive Equestrian
Connecting horse shows, trainers, riders, owners, and equestrian brands, The Competitive Equestrian takes a different approach to working with its partners by providing a platform for the hunter, jumper and dressage sport to share information, promote business and celebrate success.Contact:
An independently owned and operated information and advertising publication for the Maryland equestrian community.Contact:
The Georgetowner is a bi-weekly tabloid-size newspaper whose “Influence far exceeds its size, since 1954.” Its reach is the affluent community in Georgetown and surrounding areas of metropolitan DC. The Georgetowner is a free bi-weekly tabloid-style newspaper which reaches a very unique market and has become a “must-read” in the DC area. Our publication specializes in the Georgetown lifestyle, focusing on the arts, real estate, education, dining, health, beauty, fashion, society and our popular In Country section featuring Virginia’s horse country.Contact:
The Plaid Horse
A print and digital publishing company providing exceptional coverage for the hunter/jumper/breeding disciplines, and supporting equestrian competitors, horse fans, the general public, and suppliers to the industry through horse show and event coverage, equine articles of interest, and advertisements.Contact: