Elite Equestrian Magazine, a World Leader in Equestrian Branding and Lifestyle

Bill Vander Brink is the owner and publisher of Elite Equestrian magazine, a world leader in equestrian branding and lifestyle. In this blog post, he shares his insights on how Elite Equestrian magazine has grown from a small local publication to a global phenomenon, and what makes it stand out from other equestrian magazines.

Elite Equestrian magazine was born in 2008, when the economy crashed and many equestrian businesses were struggling. Bill and his wife Noelle, who is the editor of the magazine, decided to create a publication that would showcase the best of the equestrian world, from fashion and art to health and training. They started with a 5 x 8 inch quarterly magazine called Bucks County Equestrian, which covered the eastern Pennsylvania area. Within three issues, they realized that their magazine had a much wider appeal and demand, and they changed the name to Elite Equestrian.

Since then, Elite Equestrian magazine has expanded its distribution to all across the U.S. and internationally, with a bi-monthly 8.5 x 11 inch glossy magazine that is available in hard copy and online in digital format. The magazine features original articles by experts and professionals in various fields of equestrianism, as well as interviews with celebrities and influencers who share their passion for horses. Elite Equestrian magazine also partners with major equestrian events and organizations, such as the National Cutting Horse Association and the National Reining Horse Association, to provide exclusive coverage and exposure.

Elite Equestrian magazine has been recognized as one of the leading equestrian magazines in the world by blog.feedspot.com, ranking 5th over almost all U.S. equine magazines and the #1 Equestrian Lifestyle magazine based on traffic, social media followers, domain authority and freshness. The magazine also has a strong presence on EQUUS Television Network, a global equestrian lifestyle television network that features Elite Equestrian articles on its platform.

Bill attributes the success of Elite Equestrian magazine to its innovative and diverse approach to equestrian lifestyle. He says that Elite Equestrian magazine is not just a magazine for horse lovers, but for anyone who appreciates quality, beauty and elegance. He says that Elite Equestrian magazine aims to inspire, educate and entertain its readers with every issue, and to celebrate the bond between humans and horses.

If you are interested in learning more about Elite Equestrian magazine, you can visit their website at www.eliteequestrianmagazine.com or follow them on social media @eliteequestrianmagazine. You can also subscribe to their hard copy or digital edition or contact them for advertising opportunities.

Contact: Bill Vander Brink
Elite Equestrian magazine
cell 570-656-0729