About Us

Started in 2000, StableManagement.com is the #1 Stable Management resource for the equine professional. The Stable Management brand, including StableManagement.com, was purchased by Active Interest Media in May of 2013. AIM is the largest network of equine publications and websites in the industry. Magazines and websites include:

AIM will ensure that the Stable Management brand not only endures, but excels in bringing private and commercial farm and stable owners and managers the latest innovations in horse care and facility management. These will be presented alongside best business practices and client management tips, providing content designed to address the unique-and not-so-unique-issues facing the equine professional. StableManagement.com recognizes that an equine business is like any other business and, in order to be successful, stable owners and operators need access to information on the latest products and ideas to create sound business strategies. Through profiles, forums, news, research, and in-depth features and videos, Stable Management will be the voice of the equine industry, no matter the breed, no matter the discipline.

Ultimately, StableManagement.com is a forum for the exchange of ideas and a tool with which to communicate. In that sense, it is your website, so your input is important to us.

Kimberly S. Brown, Associate Publisher/Editor

Brown is the Associate Publisher/Editor for Active Interest Media’s Stable Management and EquiManagement brands. She is focusing on the business aspects of the equine industry for farm and stable owners with the Stable Management brand, and on business education for equine veterinarians and their support staffs with the EquiManagement brand.

Brown was heading her own editorial services/marketing company, The Homestead Information Network, Inc., (THIN Inc.), prior to working for Active Interest Media. She has been involved with equine publishing since 1980. During a career that spanned 29.5 years at Blood-Horse Publications, Brown helped found and lead development of the award-winning The Horse brand, ending her tenure with that company as Publisher/Editor of The Horse: Your Guide To Equine Health Care and TheHorse.com and Contributing Editor of The Blood-Horse.

In 2010 Brown left Blood-Horse Publications to join Dr. Joe Pagan’s internationally renowned equine nutrition and research company Kentucky Equine Research (KER). While there Brown developed the outstanding content-driven website Equinews.com (recognized as a top-three Addy Award finisher for design), and her team created award-winning newsletters, content, and videos as recognized by American Horse Publications.

Because of her love for publishing and the horse and veterinary industries, Brown returned to magazines and digital publishing when she took over the EquiManagement equine veterinary business magazine in December of 2012. Her role expanded with AIM when she accepted the position as Associate Publisher/Editor of the Stable Management brand.

Kimberly S. Brown can be reached at:
859-227-7826 Mountain time


One of the world’s largest enthusiast media companies, Active Interest Media publishes leading consumer magazines such as Yoga Journal, Backpacker, SKI, Skiing, Vegetarian Times, Yachts International, Sail, Power & Motoryacht, Black Belt, American Cowboy, Spin to Win Rodeo, Practical Horseman, Dressage Today, Log Home Living, Old House Journal, Country’s Best Cabins, and more. The company’s five divisions—the Equine Network, Home Group, Healthy Living Group, Marine Group, and Outdoor Group—reach more than 40 million people in 85 countries. We also operate websites, B2B businesses, a state-of-the-art video unit, and Warren Miller Entertainment, the most successful outdoor film production company in history. Each of our divisions also runs consumer and trade events, including the world’s largest boat shows and yoga conferences. Active Interest Media’s customers are smart, engaged, and loyal, and they look to our brands for trustworthy information and services that will inspire and enable them to enjoy their passions.