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Equine Magazines Interactive Editions

With your season Fly Predator order you can receive a FREE full year Print subscription to either Equus, Horse&Rider or Practical Horseman. Plus Free On-Line access to all of them.

Current Issues


Horse & Rider

Travel to breathtaking Western destinations and learn from the equine industry’s leading professional trainers with Horse&Rider. Whether you ride recreationally or compete professionally, readers will indulge in each month’s colorful issue that includes timely articles on subjects like tack and apparel trends, horse health care, and behind-the-scenes looks into top Western industry events. This is the must-have magazine for any Western riding enthusiast.

Coming in the new year, H&R will have coverage from the World Equestrian Games, advice to help with pesky summer flies, and a winter trail-ride guide. Don’t miss it!



EQUUS is the leading authority on horse care for 40 years and committed to helping horse owners achieve a better understanding the nature and needs of the horse. This awardwinning publication explores topics ranging from the latest developments in veterinary science and horse care to the horse’s remarkable and enduring relationship with man.

Made for owners and riders in all segments of the horse world, 2018 will feature articles ranging from laminitis prevention and joint care to feed supplements and feeding. Each issue defines consistency and excellence each time the presses roll.


Dressage Today

Dressage Today is dedicated to the fast-growing sport of dressage—a French term meaning "training." We are unique—the only magazine that focuses on in-depth step-by-step training articles every month. In addition to training, readers get articles on the latest innovations in the care and feeding of dressage horses, rider fitness, news of the dressage world and profiles of top horses and riders.


Practical Horseman

Practical Horseman is a fundamental resource for all riders of English disciplines. Subscribers will find a sense of community with other goal-oriented readers thanks to the magazine’s profile and features on riding, training, horse care and competition in hunting, jumping, eventing and dressage. Each issue includes clearly written, skillfully photographed step-by-step training articles from top riders and trainers; valuable tips from renowned veterinarians; and Inside Your Ride with mental skills coach Tonya Johnston. Featured articles for 2018 will include cross-country training with Tim Bourke; setting a safe and effective hunter course at home; Kentucky Three-Day Event and World Equestrian Games coverage; eventing rulebook refreshers with Technical Delegate Jackie Smith; and so much more!

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January 2018