Limited Time Offer: Free Download of May 2012 Issue

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Because our subscription offer last winter was such a huge success, we're once again offering?a free digital download and special subscription rate for free!

To get your free download of the May 2012 issue, sign up for our monthly newsletter featuring in-depth product reviews and practical solutions that you can take straight to the barn.

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The May 2012 issue includes three-day event rider, trainer and award-winning journalist John Strassburger?s honest evaluation of the pros and cons of the new, controversial?Air Vests.

We want you to experience Horse Journal yourself and, in appreciation for giving us a try, we are packaging it with a limited-time special subscription price. Once you subscribe, you get access to all our back issues through our website, www.horse-journal.com, at no additional cost.

Many people remember us as ?Michael Plumb?s Horse Journal,? as we launched our first issue in February 1994. Since those early days, We've grown and evolved, becoming stronger with more focused articles and reaching a much wider audience. But we never lost sight of our mission: to offer straightforward articles filled with economical, practical horse-care and buying advice.

One of the comments We've heard about Horse Journal is that the cost of a subscription can be saved with one purchase. that's because our honest product evaluations aren?t influenced by advertisers. We're fully subscriber supported. And we save you time, money and aggravation.

Our readers have embraced our Contributing Veterinary Editors?Dr. Grant Miller and Dr. Deb Eldredge, an award-winning veterinary writer?and raved about their hands-on, informative health-care articles, as well as the advice in our popular Ask Horse Journal section. You will, too!

Please accept this invitation from me and our Associate Editor, Margaret Freeman, an FEI-level dressage competitor and S-level dressage judge, and peruse our issue.? If you decide it's worth a $20/year investment to you, I promise you won?t be disappointed.

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