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For more than 35 years, HORSE ILLUSTRATED has served the hands-on horse owner by promoting the best in horse care, riding and training.  We are an all-breed, all discipline magazine for adult readers. Our goal is to provide easily accessible information about all aspects of responsible horse ownership and issues of interest to the equestrian community. We welcome writing and photo submissions to the magazine.

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Horse Illustrated    Lexington, KY

7/1/2016 10:41:35 AM

Hi, Minerva. The ranch was The Hideout in Wyoming. :)

Minerva    Petaluma, CA

6/11/2016 10:04:15 AM

I just read the editors column "finding you smile", picking the right ranch experience. Elizabeth, what ranch did you go to? I understand why it was not mentioned, but as a reader I would like to have known.thanks, first time reader Minerva

Mark    boonsboro, MD

4/15/2016 8:25:31 AM

Good morning:

I wanted to write to you as a reader of Horse Ill. I greatly enjoy your magazine, very much and most often I find something new or something I forgot. I would like to ask if you can sometimes remember the Male rider from time to time. I understand that 90% of the riders and readers are Female and you must write for the reader. However, as a male rider it is very much one sided. Male riders have their issues in finding show clothes and riding pants and training. I'm 6-2, 200lbs with a size 12 shoe. My center of gravity is in my shoulders and not my hips. It would be nice to see an article once in a while that has both or a male only article. Thank you for time. I look forward to my next issue.

Mark Miller
US. Army

Jaime    Maplesville, AL

6/21/2015 8:53:54 AM

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