January 4, 2013–It’s the season to show the professionals who keep your horse healthy and happy just how much you value their time and effort. Let them know that you appreciate all their hard work by nominating them to be the 2013 EQUUS Professional Horseman and you could win prizes of your own! This contest is brought to you by Platinum Performance, Zinpro and W.F. Young, Inc.
To make a nomination, write an essay of 200 words or less explaining how the professional horseperson in your life has gone above and beyond to help keep your horse healthy and happy. Simply submit your essay at EquusMagazine.com/ProHorseman. Essays will be judged on uniqueness and interest.
“With this award, we at EQUUS want to help our readers show their appreciation to those veterinarians, farriers and other dedicated professionals who are so vital to helping keep our horses happy and healthy,” said Editor Laurie Prinz.
The 2013 EQUUS Professional Horseman will receive a plaque and a Wrangler jacket. The winning essayist will receive a 30-day supply of Platinum Performance CJ, a 6-container case of Zinpro ProCare-4, a gallon and a 32-oz. spray bottle of Absorbine Veterinary Liniment, and a gallon and a 32-oz. spray bottle of UltraShield EX.
The contest is now open and will run through January 31, 2013. Visit EquusMagazine.com/ProHorseman to enter.
While many magazines address the “what” or “how” of the horse world, EQUUS is the only publication that focuses on the “why.” Reflecting the publication’s commitment to providing horse owners with the highest quality health-care content, EQUUS has enjoyed a long media partnership with the American Association of Equine Practitioners. Winner of the AHP top award for General Excellence an unmatched 20 times, EQUUS is the largest horse care publication in North America.
About Active Interest Media
Active Interest Media, Inc (AIM) is a leading publisher of enthusiast magazines, consumer shows, books and Internet sites. AIM was formed by Wind Point Partners, a private equity investment firm with office in Chicago, Ill., and Southfield, Mich., in partnership with CEO Efrem “Skip” Zimbalist III, in October 2003. The AIM Equine Network includes the print magazine titles American Cowboy, EQUUS, Horse&Rider, Practical Horseman, Dressage Today, Discover Horses, EquiManagement, USHJA In Stride, Spin to Win Rodeo, Horse Journal and The Trail Rider and the websites Equine.com, Discoverhorses.com, AmericanCowboy.com, MyHorse.com, USRider.org and EquiSearch.com.