Quarter Horse News Shifts to Digital to Better Serve Readers

In an effort to better serve readers in today’s fast-paced digital world, Quarter Horse News is adapting and refocusing its efforts to its online platforms.  As with many other businesses in the world today affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, the print edition will be suspended.

QHN will streamline and devote its attention to QuarterHorseNews.com and social media, making it easier than ever for readers to get the news they need to succeed in the Western performance horse industry.

Along with unbiased reporting, timeliness has been a cornerstone of the respected QHN brand for more than 42 years. Today, the horse business moves at a rapid pace and industry members want access to their news immediately and conveniently. QHN is ready to answer that call.

Along with Equi-Stat, the statistical division of Morris Equine Group, QHN will continue to produce special editions and the annual Stallion Register, an essential print publication for breeders, owners, riders and trainers alike.

QHN will continue to concentrate its resources and industry knowledge on serving the performance horse world as the premier, trusted source for news, information and statistics. Delivering unparalleled and timely coverage of cutting, reining and reined cow horse, QuarterHorseNews.com will inform, educate and entertain readers, maintaining its dedication to all levels of owners, breeders, riders and other industry participants.

“We are excited for this new chapter with Quarter Horse News, in which we can give our readers access to the information they want from their smartphones and computers. The QHN team has always been passionate about being at the ready to serve industry members, and that will not change,” said Patty Tiberg, vice president of Morris Equine Group. “We want to thank the subscribers and advertisers who have stood by us through the years, and we look forward to continuing our relationship with them.”

An award-winning media outlet, QHN strives to go beyond what is expected in the telling of interesting and unique stories. In addition, it brings stories to life by creating videos for its website and social media platforms. It adheres to truthful reporting and is unafraid to tackle controversial issues that impact the industry and its players.

QHN is a must-have resource for anyone in the Western performance horse world.

Current QHN print subscribers will receive their magazines through the July 1, 2020, issue. The remainder of their subscriptions will then transfer to Western Horseman, an award-winning monthly publication dedicated to the Western way of life and the everlasting journey of horsemanship.

Morris Equine Group consists of some of the industry's most recognized brands, including Western Horseman, Quarter Horse News and Barrel Horse News. The group also includes the business-to-business publication, Western Lifestyle Retailer, and Equi-Stat, a statistical service offering detailed information and earnings for the performance horse industry. Morris Equine Group is also home to the National Barrel Horse Association and the world championship of colt starting, Road to the Horse.

CONTACT: Dani Licklider
Digital Marketing Strategist
817-569-7155
danielle.licklider@morris.com

 

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