Elite Equestrian magazine is proud to announce that Feedspot Blog has ranked it 7 out of the top 15 magazines in the world to watch in 2020. Feedspot contains content for readers to enjoy their favorite websites in one site, including YouTube channels and more. There are over twenty-five experts on the Feedspot team who strive to find and rank the most popular blogs, pod casts, web sites and other media. Elite Equestrian has captured their attention as an innovative and relevant source for equestrian information and equine themed inspiration.
“Elite Equestrian magazine has been published since 2008 and is the original equestrian lifestyle magazine,” explains editor, Noelle Vander Brink. “It is printed in six hard copy issues per year, and a special edition Florida Show Season Guide for the winter show season.” Elite Equestrian is also produced as a digital online version with hyper-links to ads and articles. “Every issue stays active on our web site, so your ad is active indefinitely,” she adds. Elite Equestrian strives to give exceptional value to its advertisers, providing two months of promotion with each issue for the advertiser’s marketing budgets, and free full color.
Elite Equestrian has distribution far superior to any other equine magazine in the U.S. It is found at upper level events and venues across the country including the Longines Masters Series, West Palm, Blenheim, HITS, World Equestrian Center, KY Horse Park, Great SW Equestrian Center, Fox Lea, Princeton Show Jumping, to name a few. Plus, every Dover Saddlery Store in the U.S.
East Coast distribution extends from Vermont to Florida. Distribution in California, Oregon, Washington, Nevada, Arizona (Scottsdale) and Texas. Over the course of the year Elite Equestrian has distribution in 48 states.
“Being based in Ocala, Florida - the Horse Capital of the World- our distribution in Ocala is extensive and unmatched by any other magazine. For example, we are the only equestrian magazine at the Ocala International Airport where the affluent riders travel through. We actually place our copies in the areas where the riders pass through- rest rooms, vendor villages, eateries, etc.- at shows, versus other magazines that are shipped in and stay in the office with the staff where no competitors go,” boasts publisher, Bill Vander Brink.
Bill Vander Brink, Publisher
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