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Practical Horseman

Practical Horseman is an equestrian magazine that focuses on English-style riding, most notably, hunter/jumper, as well as dressage and eventing. Known as the "English rider's #1 resource," the magazine has monthly articles on training, riding, turnout of the horse, medical issues, profiles of riders, and reviews and results of national and international competitions. Practical Horseman is a Active Interest Media publication.


  • Editor: Sandra Oliynyk
  • Articles Editor: Sandra Cooke
  • Senior Editor: Kip Goldreyer
  • Managing Editor: Stacey Nedrow-Wigmore
  • Art Director: Alyssa Powers


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