The Equine Network’s EQUUS Magazine, the ultimate resource for horse owners, is proud to announce a new look to their website at http://legacy.equusmagazine.com that delivers a more user-friendly experience.
“We spent a great deal of time researching web designs that offered an intuitive feel for our EQUUS community, and we are confident they’ll be very happy with the results,” said Vice President Tom Winsor.
In addition to a more stream-lined look, the new website for EQUUS offers color-coded tabs so that readers can easily find the category of content they’re looking for, including “Behavior,” “Diseases,” “Lameness” and “Riding,” said editor Laurie Prinz.
“In today’s busy world, horse owners have more demands on their time than ever, so we wanted to give them more options in reading EQUUS,” Prinz said. “Now they can more easily search the website for information they need or download the digital edition. And it’s all the advice from experts they’ve come to know and trust.”
Established in 1977, EQUUS magazine, published by the Active Interest Media (AIM) Equine Network, is a monthly publication based in Gaithersburg, Maryland. Although focused primarily on horse health, care and training, EQUUS explores a broad range of topics related to horses and horse sports, including in-depth articles about the causes of racetrack breakdowns, the reasons behind recent fatalities in eventing and the fight to end the practice of soring at Tennessee Walking Horse shows.
The Equine Network provides, creates and distributes relevant content and services to passionate horse enthusiasts while connecting them to each other and the marketplace. The Equine Network is the publisher of award-winning magazines Horse&Rider, EQUUS, Dressage Today, The Trail Rider, Spin To Win Rodeo, American Cowboy, Practical Horseman and Horse Journal. The Equine Network also publishes a proprietary line of books and DVDs for sale through its store, HorseBooksEtc.com. The Equine Network provides emergency roadside assistance for equestrians through USRider, and is home to several websites, including: EquiSearch.com, Equine.com, Stablemanagement.com, MyHorseDaily.com, DiscoverHorses.com, AmericanCowboy.com and Horse-Journal.com.