Wellington, FL - Carol Cohen is known throughout the equestrian community for her innate sense of business and style. Cohen, who is a full-time resident of Wellington, Florida, has recently had her talents recognized by industry-leading luxury magazine, Equestrian Living, by being named the Editor-at-Large. Cohen, who has been an advocate of the magazine since it’s inception, is looking forward to lending her background in fashion, design, travel, and, most importantly, horses to the exciting future of the publication.
“Since the first issue, I have always felt that Equestrian Living was world class,” Cohen said. “EQ Living has gone through an amazing growth period as well. Their new style is fresh and modern and fits more of a ‘Lifestyle’ format.”
Equestrian Living is a magazine that is unique to the equine market. While featuring top equestrians and their homes and farms, the magazine also explores some of the favorite destinations and styles that make up modern country living. Equestrian Living provides an upscale view of equestrian society, fashion, the arts, design, events, and people.
Cohen’s background in fashion and her life as an equestrian are perfectly suited for her new role. Originally from Boston, Cohen studied art history at Sarah Lawrence College. She later spent time in New York City, where she founded The Picture Group, an agency that represented top fashion photographers from around the world. “I think Boston is lovely, but my life really began in New York City. The action, the spirit, and the movement of New York fits with my personality,” remarked Cohen.
Cohen found herself at home again when she relocated to the equestrian community of Wellington, Florida. More recently, Cohen has become an agent for Keller Williams, specializing in luxury and equestrian properties - after successfully owning and operating her own luxury equestrian estates, both named Two Swans Farm.
Cohen is credited as a founding member of the Adequan Global Dressage Festival in Wellington, and is the sponsor and inspiration behind the Global Dressage Visionary Award that recognizes top equestrian professionals and influencers who, like herself, are dedicated to equestrian sports and the preservation of Wellington’s equestrian heritage. She also currently serves as a member of Wellington’s Equestrian Preserve Committee.
Look for Equestrian Living each month as it highlighting athletes, homes, destinations and luxury products. “The team is a very creative one,” said Cohen. “It’s endlessly interesting being able to meet the people we do stories on— they are wonderful, fun, many are equestrians, and there is always a family feel.”