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In Equus, the world's top veterinarians, equine researchers, riders and trainers advise you on how to understand and work with your horse. The wisdom in these pages could help you solve some of your toughest riding problems.
This is one of the best magizine that I have ever ordered, it has all the info needed and is described in easy understanding paragraphs.
Equus Magazine was a very important source of knowledge to all things Horse, when I first fulfilled my dream of horse ownership nearly 30 years ago. I depended mainly on this magazine for no-nonsense learning of how to best take care of my horse, and how to be the best caretaker I could be. Sadly, when my beloved horse grew old and died, that came at a time when family obligations and child-raising took all my time and money. For more than a decade, I've been away from horses, and I still mourn the loss of my Best 4-legged Friend. With my child now in college, the time has come to once again address my heart's longing to live a life with horses in it. A year ago, I started subscribing to Equus again, and I am pleased to see that they are still the serious, straightforward resource that they were long ago. I give Equus a definite Thumbs-Up for all substance, and no fluff. Now, to find that new special horse...
I love equus magazine! It has a great variety of interesting articles per issue. I can also always count on "how to" instructables. They have a lot of interesting facts and trivia. I also love how they keep up with all the latest equine science. Overall an AMAZING magazine.
EQUUS is a very well-rounded horse magazine with an abundance of information on tons of equine topics. I find this magazine to have a wide appeal to both English and Western disciplines. EQUUS also has a stellar section on horse care in regards to health and general well-being. Coming from somebody who has subscribed for many years, this magazine's content is at such a high-quality that I have even bought subscriptions for my daughter and two close friends. I haven't heard a complaint yet!
Equus is one of the only horse magazine that I know of that truly has it all. I know that every issue I get is going to cover everything that I need to know as a horse owner and horse caretaker. Plus, it's accessible to equestrians of any level. I find that the glossary in the back is most helpful, as it features definitions of more complex medical and technical terms. Even if I think I am familiar with all aspects of horses, I always learn something new and valuable with Equus.