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The Horsemen's Voice

The Horsemen's Voice (THV) is an independent, privately owned magazine founded in 1982 or 1983 by Sallie Pennybacker as the newsletter for the New Mexico Horse Council, in New Mexico, USA. THV grew beyond the New Mexico Horse Council and became a magazine. For a time during 2000–2004 there was an additional, online newsletter, but this caused confusion, with many newsletter subscribers thinking the newsletter and magazine were one and the same.[1] The magazine's tag line has varied, including "New Mexico's All Breed, All Discipline horse magazine" and "New Mexico's Horse Magazine". Color printing of the cover and some pages was introduced in 2006. An important part of the magazine is its free calendar of events, often listing 6–8 events on a given weekend.[2]

History

Owners:

  • Sallie Pennybacker, founding–1999
  • Nancy Gage and Jay Koch, 2000–2004[3]
  • Catherine Logan-Carrillo, 2004–current

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