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    1. Horse Illustrated
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    2. Practical Horseman
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    3. Horse Journal
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    4. Horse & Rider
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    5. Dressage Today
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    6. John Lyons' Perfect Horse
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    7. Western Horseman
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    8. Draft Horse Journal
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    9. Performance Horse
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    10. Cutting Horse Chatter
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    11. Horsewyse
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    12. National Show Horse Connection
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    13. Hunter And Sport Horse
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    14. Horse And Hound
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    15. Racing Q: The American Quarter
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    16. Horse N Tack - Florida Ed

    1. Horse Illustrated
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    Asin: B00005NIO4
    Catlog: Magazine
    Publisher: Fancy Publications
    Sales Rank: 85
    Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars
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    Reviews (15)

    5-0 out of 5 stars HI is the best horse magazine.
    Horse Illustrated is the best horse magazine. Each issue has fantastic breed profiles, a poster, western and english tips, Q&A sections, and a whole section on horsey things to buy (for you, your horse, friends, or family members who are horse crazy). I've been subscribing to this magazine for a year and love it. It's a perfect magazine for kids and adults alike.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Horse Illustrated
    Horse Illustrated really is "the magazine for responsible horse owners". It has everything you need, including vet, training, riding (english & western), barn care, and every day horse care. They have useful information with a touch of humor. I always learn something new to try around the barn, wether its organizing your tack room or the "how-to's" of the horse world. I LOVE THIS MAGAZINE!!!

    5-0 out of 5 stars A read from Cover to the Last Page
    My niece and I love this magazine. I love it it for the articles, and since she is 8 years old, she lives the posters inside. Whether you ride English, Western or even with an Australian saddle, every horse person will enjoy the magazine. I also get Dog Fancy, and Horse Illustarted is set up the same way: Long informative articles, as well as short newsworthy 2 papragraph stories. I enjoy reading about the different breeds that I do not know much about. Since I ride a quarter horse, it is interesting to learn about other breeds.

    5-0 out of 5 stars GOOD!!!!!!!!
    Absolutely brilliant! This magazine has kept me a loyal subscriber for nearly three years now. Although I am an artist, and half the reason I subscribe is for the glorious photographs (much of which is photograohed by Bob Langrish) I also love the articles. Cindy Hale's "Life With Horses" daily columns are always filled with humor about her horses daily lives, "Vet Files" is very informative about horse health, "Western Roundup" and "English Arena" (both updated) are in-depth with English and Western riding tips of all desciplines, and several more columns and articles I have found enjoyable and helpful. This magazine should go to anyone who owns horses or not! I would recomend Young Rider too. It's very good and I loved it especially the daily contests!

    3-0 out of 5 stars A nice magazine for amateurs or younger horse enthusiasts.
    I began subscribing to Horse Illustrated in elementary school, and it really was a great introduction to the horse world for me. It taught me a lot of the basics. But to be honest, the only reason I continue that subscription today, as a college student, is for the photography (which is absolutely wonderful!). I'm an artist, and find the pictures in this magazine just unbeatable for reference and inspiration.

    For the knowledgable equestrian, however, this magazine isn't really all that useful. The articles give surface-level information and the magazine as a whole is not focused on any specific aspect of the horse world. It's a fairly decent all-arounder for newbies and amateurs.

    I would also caution any reader to take the information given in Horse Illustrated's articles with a grain of salt and always check other sources. I was rather dismayed to see a recent "Breed Profile" on the much-hyped "Gypsy Vanner Horse." This really isn't a breed at all. It's a [very successful] marketing scheme, and the name is actually trademarked. Artists have been faced with legal action for rendering portrayals of "Gypsy Vanners." They're beautiful horses, yes, but putting them forth as a breed is simply a fallacy.

    That's just one of many examples, and this isn't the place to expound on every gripe I've ever had with the magazine. Most of the articles are of decent quality, though they don't go too in-depth, and would be a good foundation of equine knowledge to build upon. If you're looking for something more specialized or academic, however, you won't find what you're looking for here. For English riders I'd highly recommend Practical Horseman instead, and Equus is a pretty good all-around magazine with an emphasis on horse care. ... Read more


    2. Practical Horseman
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    Asin: B00005N7VI
    Catlog: Magazine
    Publisher: Primedia Special Interest
    Sales Rank: 299
    Average Customer Review: 4.91 out of 5 stars
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    5-0 out of 5 stars Top-notch magazine for English riders at all levels!
    Of all the horse magazines I've read and subscribed to over the years, "Practical Horseman" is by far the best for English riders (particularly those involved with dressage, show jumping, hunter jumping, and cross-country jumping). They publish consistently high-quality "how to" articles on a variety of riding and training topics, with information for both advanced and beginning riders. These articles are usually accompanied by clear, step-by-step photographs, which are very helpful. In addition, there are articles on horse care, stable management, tack upkeep, rider fitness, current news from the show world, and more. Keep in mind, though, that everything is geared entirely toward English riders, so if you participate in Western disciplines you'll want to look elsewhere.

    Another upside of the magazine is its great photography. While not as artistic in nature as "Horse Illustrated" (a beautiful magazine picture-wise, but much more elementary in article content than "Practical Horseman"), there are plenty of really great shots of top horses and riders in training and competition. These serve as good reference photos for the artistically inclined.

    My one gripe is the overwhelming quantity of ads. Of course more and more magazines are including more and more advertisements as time goes on, but for some reason it particularly stands out for me with "Pratical Horseman." It often seems like the magazine is 2/3 advertising and 1/3 actual content. However, I won't knock any points off my rating, as this doesn't reflect on the quality of the articles themselves, which are excellent. If you're an English rider, no matter what your level of training and skill, this is an invaluable source of information.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Practically the best
    I've been subscribing to PH for at least 10 years now. I try to keep an open mind, but I can really say it's the best English-riding periodical (perhaps riding in general!) magazine. It covers results and big events, top rider "clinics" and articles, showing, stable management ideas, current issues, horse care, and health. It's a must for anyone riding hunters, jumpers, eventing or dressage in or out of the showring. They have a great monthly feauture called "Begining Adult Rider" which is step-by-step riding instruction geared to people taking up riding as adults, so it's not totally geared to serious riders. Anyone who owns or rides should seriously consider an investment into this.

    5-0 out of 5 stars the practical horseman
    i love practical horseman although i dont have my own subscription(which may be happening soon)my trainer brings them and gives them to me! i love them theres so many helpful tips about everything and i love it when they critque the 4 riders...ITS THE BEST! i reccomend the magazine all the way!

    5-0 out of 5 stars The best available magazine for serious english riders
    This magazine is filled with step-by-step articles to help serious english riders become the best they can be. Not only does it include pointers for riding, it also has horse care information for those that have their own horse to take care of. There are tips from top riders. I strongly recommend this magazine for the english rider who is striving to reach the top.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great Magazine
    This is a great magazine for horse loves young and old. It has great articles for english riders! As well as articles on health. It really is factual and a great read. This is a great magazine! ... Read more


    3. Horse Journal
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    Asin: B000066HV5
    Catlog: Magazine
    Publisher: Belvoir Publications, Inc.
    Sales Rank: 703
    Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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    5-0 out of 5 stars excellent advice and product testing
    This magazine offers informative and helpful articles comparing equine products useful in all disciplines. I have found the recommendations to be spot on and constructive, the charts useful and easy to read. Anyone who shops for horse items will find this magazine useful. In addition, it offers concise articles with the latest information on health care including holistic alternatives (as well doing trials of holistic products).

    I have used this as a guide for years and have never been disappointed with the results. Highly recommended to all horse owners!

    5-0 out of 5 stars Love it- saves money and time.
    The horse world is full of so many expensive potions and lotions, you never really now what to buy. This is kind of a horseman's Consumer Reports. They have unbiased reviews of products tested by horse people (and horses). There are no advertisements in the magazine, so they endorse or favor no one. They'll test anything from horse equipment (blankets, saddlepads, neoprene boots), supplements, riding equipment and medications. They field test everything and give you details about how equipment held up under wear and horse abuse, if a hoof lotion really did what it claimed, if a joint supplement really made a horse perform better, etc. They will also tell you where you can get the products. They have invaluable tips on general horse care, too.

    5-0 out of 5 stars somrthing for every horse owner
    I think of it as a consumer reports for the horse owner. I even bought several issues that were printed before I subscribed to the magazine. I used their testing results to purchase many products and I've never been disapointed.

    5-0 out of 5 stars The CR of the horse world
    This is the first place we look when we are thinking of buying anything horse related. Much more that the H/J they cover just about all aspects if the horse world, I am an endurance rider and find many helpful "hints" Dovie In NV ... Read more


    4. Horse & Rider
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    Asin: B00005NIO5
    Catlog: Magazine
    Publisher: Primedia Special Interest
    Sales Rank: 262
    Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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    For the horse owner, breeder & trainer, containing articles on care and training, fashion, tack & riding aids, equipment and special events.
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    5-0 out of 5 stars Horses Love Riders Who Read Horse & Rider!
    Horse & Rider is the best...seriously! It always has new material. There are always great trainers giving you the advice you need. Your horse will love you for it...or so we would like to think!

    5-0 out of 5 stars A great magazine
    I have got this mag for 2 years now and it helped me train my barrel racing mare, and now i am using the articles to help with my tb colt!Its great, full of easy to follow instructions and pics!

    5-0 out of 5 stars Highly recommended
    Great magazine. I have been reading it for a few years now and have found it interesting and useful. The photos within are also excellent. My only quirk with the magazine has been a few problems I have had with receiving my subscription copy. Seems to arrive a bit erratically - on time sometimes and then it can be a month to two months late at other times (remember I am in Australia)!... However, the quality of the mag makes it worthwhile keeping up the subscription!...

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great Western Rider Magazine
    I've been reading this magazine for years, and it is by far the best western rider magazine out there. Lots of helpful hints and tips, and lots of training tips from top pros! Well worth the investment . ... Read more


    5. Dressage Today
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    Asin: B000060MHC
    Catlog: Magazine
    Publisher: Primedia Magazines
    Sales Rank: 381
    Average Customer Review: 4.33 out of 5 stars
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    4-0 out of 5 stars the closest thing to free riding lessons
    This is great if you are deeply engrossed in the world of dressage, but a bit tough to comprehend if you are just trying to get your feet wet. They have great articles writen by top riders, how-to and step-by-step riding articles with beautiful photos that clearly illustrate the topic. For the price, it's an indespensible dressage tool, especially if you don't have regular acess to a trainer.

    5-0 out of 5 stars A Magazine for Dressage Riders...
    I applaud the puplishers, authors and photographers who show their talent in this magazine. This is one of the best magazines I have read that is truly commited to the discipline of riding that it claimes to represent. The articals are well written and well presented. The lessons are all great for any rider at any level of training.

    In replying to another persons comments, "...This magazine is not good for someone who wants to know about all around horse care and events..." No, this is NOT for learning about horse care or events. This is a magazine about the Dressage Discipline. NOT Horse Care. That is why this magazine is entitled "Dressage Today..." It deals entirely with "Dressage Today." This is why I read it faithfully cover to cover. If a person is looking for Horse Care, I hightly reccomend "EQUUS" or "HORSE & RIDER". I have learned, and still learn, many things about horse care from thoes two wonderful Magazines.

    So, If you are looking for an excellent magazine to help you along the road of Dressage Rriding, I recommend this magazine. Not to mention the yearly issue they devote to the BEAUTIFUL and TALENTED Stallions, before the breeding season! OH MY GOODNESS! I love that issue!!

    You will not regret one issue of this wonderful Magazine...

    Good Riding!

    4-0 out of 5 stars Great way for amatures to connect
    I always look forward to the arrival of my "Dressage Today" each month. As an amature dressage enthusiast I appreciate the information, both instructional and contacts it provides. A good way to help me stay connected with quality current information.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Completely Awsome!
    I love this magazine. It delves deep into the meanings and techniques of dressage. This Magazine was especially helpful to me in correcting problems with my position and suppling my with information on starting a breeding farm. This is a must have for dressage riders who want to become better riders.

    3-0 out of 5 stars Not good for all around horsemanship
    This magazine is not good for someone who wants to know about all around horse care and events. However, if you want the info on centered riding, good training technikes, riding cues, and dressage events, this is the magazine for you. If you want the whole horse deal, Equus is a great magazine. ... Read more


    6. John Lyons' Perfect Horse
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    Asin: B000067FNW
    Catlog: Magazine
    Publisher: Belvoir Publications, Inc.
    Sales Rank: 1681
    Average Customer Review: 4.33 out of 5 stars
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    4-0 out of 5 stars Good Base to Build
    John Lyon's has taken what good horsetrainers have done for years and put into an easily read and digested format. His methods of horse management and training reflect the current trends in this field. The magazine is thin, but full of information. I personally like the fact the magazine comes pre-punched for insertion into a three-ring binder. This allows you to have your collection with you at the barn or at an event. Lyon's articles provide information for the novice to the expert. The writing style is crisp and concise. Overall I recommend this for all horseowners whether they are seeking to train their own horse or not. The management techniques and tips are essential to help keep and maintain horses of all levels and disciplines. This is not really a magazine for a non-horse owner. The tips and techniques need to be applied to be effective. A horse lover who does not own a horse may not fully appreciate or understand some of Lyon's nuances.

    4-0 out of 5 stars A good investment for the horse owner
    I really like John Lyon's training methods and I've read several of his books in his "Perfect Horse" series and "Lyons on Horses". I prefer the series of books rather than the publication just because you're basically getting the same information but in a more organized lesson form. I like the idea of the ad-free format and I'm willing to pay more for a skinny, add-free magazine, but Lyons tends to push his own training products and books quite aggressively, along with products from companies that he has endorsement deals with. He also likes to throw in biblical quotes.

    Lyon's teaches a kind, safe, patient method of training that emphasizes working on your horse from the ground before tackling riding. It works with any horse and just about any discipline or riding. He doesn't give riding lessons, so don't think you'll be learning to ride, but if you take his lead, you'll be a better horseman.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Perfect Horse Perfect Magazine
    John Lyons' the Perfect Horse Magazine is a must have for horse owners. Riders of all abilities can benifit as well. It is a well written, easy to read, informative magazine. For myself, it is one I read cover to cover. ... Read more


    7. Western Horseman
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    Asin: B00005R8C1
    Catlog: Magazine
    Publisher: Morris Communications
    Sales Rank: 245
    Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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    Articles on care, feeding, training, showing & riding horses; ranching, pack trips, trail rides, historical pieces on the west, veterinary articles, horse gear.
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    5-0 out of 5 stars Was there when it started.
    The Western Horseman is THE horse magazine. It started in 1936. My mother wrote an article that was published in Volume 2, Number 4 in 1937. It was about the cowboys in New Mexico along the Pecos River. The ranch was the Turkey Track. I would like to have the issue, but over the years it disappeared. We, she and I raised horses for many years in Kansas and Oklahoma until a back injury slowed me down.
    Over the years the magazine has kept up with the changing styles and breeds of western horses. More power to them!!
    Keep me in mind if you have the issue I mentioned, and would like to sell it to me.

    5-0 out of 5 stars The classic horseman's magazine!!
    I can't remember when I started reading Western Horseman. My mother had a subscription back in the fifties, even though we had Arabians and half-Arabians. As the title suggests, Western Horseman is a magazine for western horsemen. Back in the fifties you wouldn't see an English saddle in the magazine. However, I read it cover-to-cover then and I read it that way now. Even during the time I couldn't own a horse, I read Western Horseman. Nowdays, they occasionally include a horse with an English or, more likely, an Australian or Endurance saddle among all those western stock seat saddles. But that is fine. Western Horseman is what it claims to be, the premier magazine for western horsemen even if they don't live in the west or ride stock seat. The magazine is full of information about western stock horse disciplines. Their articles are basic and practical. Their writers are people I have never met but whose names are as familiar to me as my next-door-neighbor. They write about horse people. I have learned about rodeo clowns, bullriders, cowboy poets and western artists as well as horses. They write about the western way of life and those people who try to preserve it even as it changes around them. So, if you buy Western Horseman, and I hope you do, don't expect to read only about horses, although you will find plenty about horses. Expect to read about western horsemen in all their variations.

    5-0 out of 5 stars The best horse magazine
    Western Horseman is the premier horse magazine, with articles on all aspects of horses and horsemanship from trailers and trailering to horse packing, shoeing, disease and parasite control as well as special focus pieces on the different breeds of horse. If you like the outdoors and horses, you will love this magazine.

    5-0 out of 5 stars The BEST All Around Horse Magazine Period
    The BEST All Around Horse Magazine Period - Also The BEST current price. If a horse owner can only have one equine related magazine this is is the ONE I would recommend. I believe they have been in business since 1938 and know what they are talking about, in an entertaining non-technical manner. Excellent photos, with horse health, some show AND trail riding information. ... Read more


    8. Draft Horse Journal
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    Asin: B00007AWTU
    Catlog: Magazine
    Publisher: Draft Horse Journal
    Sales Rank: 583
    Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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    4-0 out of 5 stars The draft horse industry standard journal
    The Draft Horse Journal has been highlighting the major shows and sales since 1964. Articles cover harness, working horses, draft horse keeping, draft health issues, and important horses, breeds, and horsepeople. Also important are the advertisements -- the DHJ serves as a directory of services and supplies for the draft horse industry. Expect to keep your issues for future reference. Usually around 220-240 pp. ... Read more


    9. Performance Horse

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    Asin: B0001GBM5A
    Catlog: Magazine
    Publisher: Performance Horse
    Sales Rank: 3529
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    10. Cutting Horse Chatter
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    Asin: B0000A8YOD
    Catlog: Magazine
    Publisher: National Cutting Horse Assn
    Sales Rank: 4068
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    11. Horsewyse
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    Asin: B00007KGQI
    Catlog: Magazine
    Publisher: Horsewyse Magazine
    Sales Rank: 7378
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    12. National Show Horse Connection
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    Asin: B00006KPA0
    Catlog: Magazine
    Publisher: National Show Horse Connection
    Sales Rank: 1825
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    13. Hunter And Sport Horse
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    Asin: B0000DH8FP
    Catlog: Magazine
    Publisher: Silver Square Tech Inc
    Sales Rank: 3060
    Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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    3-0 out of 5 stars Keep dreaming about million dollar horses
    Well, you're not going to figure out the meaning of life from this one, but it's a decent publication if you're not looking for any hard-core information. They don't really cover a lot of serious issues in the horse world, and it's not known for in-depth how-to reports. It's laid out nicely, that is if you can find the actual articles in a sea of advertisements, but most of them are ads for stallions, so it's not all that bad. It's entertaining at best. It's geared towards the serious show riders and sporthorse breeders and aimed on keeping them up to date with who's who of the horse world. Not a good choice if you're trying to get your feet wet in the horse world.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Great Magazine for the Sport Horse Breeder!
    I found this magazine to be very helpful for the average sport horse breeder and rider. It has specialized issues that interview individual breeders and allows them to speak about what is happening in the sport horse world. It also has specialized issues for Dressage, Eventing, and Jumping that give training advise. I would recomend this magazine for those who are interested in keeping up to date with the sport horse breeding industry or just what to get good information about the horses that they are riding.

    2-0 out of 5 stars Lots of pics, lots of ad's, and a little info
    I frequently found articles to be about the same people who advertised in this magazine, so it was like the articles were pretty biased. I didn't expect the whole thing full of controversy, but it seems like fluff. The classifieds are very complete and useful. ... Read more


    14. Horse And Hound
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    Asin: B00007AXX0
    Catlog: Magazine
    Publisher: Ipc Magazines Ltd
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    15. Racing Q: The American Quarter Horse Racing Journal

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    Asin: B00013AYBQ
    Catlog: Magazine
    Publisher: Amer Quarter Horse Assn
    Sales Rank: 2679
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    16. Horse N Tack - Florida Ed
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    Asin: B00007KYNH
    Catlog: Magazine
    Publisher: Horse N Tack
    Sales Rank: 6211
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