October 16, 2008 -- The Equine Network, a publishing group of the media and marketing services company Source Interlink Companies, Inc., recently announced that horse enthusiasts and equestrians everywhere can now access their favorite equine magazines through the Internet with the debut of new digital editions of Horse & Rider, EQUUS, Practical Horseman and Dressage Today.
"We are excited about the unique advantages that the new digital magazine format brings to our subscribers," says Bo Tisdale, Director of Internet Circulation at Source Interlink Media. "With a new digital subscription, readers worldwide now have immediate access to searchable editorial content for digital issues with the ease of using their Web-based browser."
Equine enthusiasts and industry professionals refer to Horse & Rider, EQUUS, Practical Horseman and Dressage Today magazines for the most authoritative information on how to care for and improve the health of their horses. The group of magazines features a variety of articles from the world's top veterinarians, leading equine experts and researchers, and riders and trainers. The content also features trail-riding tips from savvy backcountry riders and coverage of national and international events in hunters, jumpers, equitation, dressage and eventing. Informative how-to articles and step by-step training programs, and money- and time-saving ideas on health care, riding techniques and stable management are now available to horse enthusiasts and owners in both a traditional magazine and the new digital format.
The digital editions are perfect resources for horse enthusiasts who are traveling and need immediate access to important resource information. Digital issues are available for preview on the homepages of HorseandRider.com, EQUUSMagazine.com, PracticalHorsemanMag.com and DressageToday.com by clicking on the "Digital Edition" link located beneath the cover image.