North America's Premier Horse Show Magazine
The Plaid Horse is North America’s Premier Horse Show Magazine. The Plaid Horse was founded in 2003 to serve the equestrian community. In the past year, distribution has included over 1,000 horse shows, clinics, events, scholastic and collegiate competitions, and more. Fall 2021 has included: The Maryland 5 Star, the Pennsylvania National Horse Show, Blenheim Equisports, Capital Challenge Horse Show, & The Las Vegas National Horse Show.
SHOW STRIDES BOOK SERIES: PUBLISHED BY THE PLAID HORSE
About Show Strides
Show Strides is a middle grade novel series about riding, showing, horsemanship, and the special friendships we form with our animals and fellow horse lovers. Set on the sprawling grounds of a large hunter jumper barn, the series features a diverse range of characters, from the lesson kid to the A-rated show regular, and everyone in between.
While the reading level is appropriate for young riders, the series has fans of all ages! Read more about our books, including excerpts from all four novels, here.
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It Happens! Sara Roche, Rennie Dyball & Lily Muzzy
Fran and Joe Dotoli: Making Our Sport Safer, and Better
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Good Habits for a Strong Show Season
The Plaid Horse is a print and digital publishing company, proudly printed in the United States. We provide exceptional coverage for the hunter/jumper/breeding disciplines at reasonable rates. We support equestrian competitors, horse fans, the general public, and suppliers to the industry through horse show and event coverage, equine articles of interest, and advertisements.
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