An award-winning monthly publication with 38,000-70,000+ readers per issue, East Coast Equestrian focuses on the news horse owners in Pennsylvania, Maryland, New Jersey, Delaware, New York and beyond need to know.
We provide readers with special monthly features, such as the Barns and Arenas feature in February and September’s Real Estate Showcase. We partner as a sponsor with the major national events held in the region, providing previews and exposure before the event and coverage following. Now in print 11 times a year, East Coast Equestrian offers active equestrians an extensive calendar of events for every season.
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“The Buzz” is the Maryland Agricultural Foundation’s monthly e-newsletter packed with information and opportunities for educators, including agricultural education programs, grant opportunities, events, workshops, and more!
The electronic version of the University of Maryland Extension’s latest Agricultural Newsletter for Baltimore County.
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The Equiery is an information and advertising publication for the Maryland equestrian community published by the Maryland Horse Council 12 times a year (monthly). The publication is distributed, free, in tack shops and feed shops in & around Maryland. Each issue is also available in digital format on equiery.com.
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The Mid-Atlantic Thoroughbred, the only monthly magazine dedicated to the Thoroughbred industry in the region, serves to promote Thoroughbred breeding and racing in the eight-state Mid-Atlantic region, including Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Virginia and West Virginia. The magazine provides news, information, education and entertainment to Thoroughbred owners, trainers, breeders and enthusiasts throughout the region.