Boulder, CO, March 12, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Long considered the go‐to resource for Western riders, the Equine Network’s Horse&Rider magazine is proud to announce the expansion of its online coverage to include a revamped website, http://HorseandRider.com.
“We took a lot of care in choosing a design with a clean look that offered more options,” said the Equine Network’s Digital Director Melissa Kitchen.
Horse&Rider editor Jennifer Paulson said the new website is much more than a redesign.
“We’re excited about the new HorseandRider.com and all the service it can offer our readers,” Paulson said. “The new website speaks the Horse&Rider mission, just like our other platforms— to offer the best in Western training, how-‐to, and advice.
“The site features weekly tips for horse care, training, and solutions, as well as a monthly to-do list to help users develop new goals and improve their riding. We think readers will have fun with the interactive Conformation Clinic—the longest‐running department in the print magazine that’s now also online. Not to mention the vast library of past feature content that’s now right at the site’s users’ fingertips. It’s a great addition to our print, social, and digital footprints.”
About the Equine Network
The Equine Network provides, creates, and distributes relevant content and services to passionate horse enthusiasts while connecting them to each other and the marketplace. The Equine Network is the publisher of award-winning magazines: Horse&Rider, EQUUS, Dressage Today, The Trail Rider, Spin to Win Rodeo, American Cowboy, Practical Horseman, and Horse Journal. The Equine Network also publishes a proprietary line of books and DVDs for sale through its store, HorseBooksEtc.com. The Equine Network provides emergency roadside assistance through its recent acquisition of USRider, and is home to several websites including: EquiSearch.com, Equine.com, MyHorseDaily.com, DiscoverHorses.com, AmericanCowboy.com, and Horse-Journal.com.