Warmbloods Today Celebrates Second Issue in May
Tuesday, April 21, 2009
There’s an exciting new magazine for people who love Warmbloods and other Sport Horse breeds. Warmbloods Today premiered with the March/April 2009 edition with the majority of copies distributed throughout the U.S and some to Canada and Europe. The response from the readers has been tremendous with emails and calls: “Absolutely beautiful!”; “I love the stories and the mix of features”; “Bravo! You’ve got a winner!” Subscriptions are selling very well by telephone, mail and the internet. (See special FREE TRIAL OFFER below.)
Warmbloods Today is the only “breed-specific” magazine encompassing all the Warmblood and Sport Horse breeds including the Baroque horses. It features in depth stories about these great animals whether they are used for Dressage, Hunting, Jumping, Eventing or Driving. Besides the popular human interest stories, it covers Point of View articles from amateurs, professionals and breeders – even if a bit controversial.
Coming up in the May/June issue:
• 6 Warmbloods that change careers successfully
• Dominique Barbier’s view of Warmbloods vs. Lusitanos
• Blind hunter rider Tory Watters
• Building a breeding business with Embryo Transfer
• Mastering motherhood and GP dressage at the same time
• Baroque horses that love eventing
--- and much more!
Warmbloods Today is sold via subscriptions and single copy sales at numerous tack stores around the country (see the list of retailers on our website.). A one year subscription for 6 issues in the U.S. sells for $18.00. It is published bi-monthly with the second issue arriving in May 2009.
FREE TRIAL OFFER (no obligation!) To receive a trial copy, simply send an email to email@example.com with your postal mailing address in the message. You’ll automatically receive your first issue with an invoice. If you like the magazine, just pay the $18 invoice in order to continue your subscription. (Canadians pay $32.)
For more information on Warmbloods Today magazine, please visit www.WarmbloodsToday.com. You can also subscribe on the website with a credit card or call 603-876-4980.