Equine Network joins Unwanted Horse Coalition
June 28, 2012
The Unwanted Horse Coalition (UHC) welcomes The Equine Network as a new member. The company supports the UHC and its recent hands-on efforts to help rescues and unwanted horses.
“The Equine Network is proud to be a member of the Unwanted Horse Coalition, an organization that is doing a great job in tackling one of the most challenging issues in our industry,” said Dave Andrick, group publisher of Active Interest Media.
The Equine Network provides, creates, and distributes relevant content and services to passionate horse enthusiasts while connecting them to each other and the marketplace. The Equine Network is the publisher of the award-winning magazines Horse and Rider, Equus, Dressage Today, The Trail Rider, Spin to Win Rodeo, American Cowboy, Practical Horseman and Horse Journal. The Equine Network also publishes a proprietary line of books and DVDs for sale through its store, HorseBooksEtc.com.
The Equine Network provides trailer insurance services through its recent acquisition of USRider, and is home to several Web sites, including EquiSearch.com, Equine.com, MyHorseDaily.com, DiscoverHorses.com, AmericanCowboy.com and Horse-Journal.com. For more information, visit http://www.aimmedia.com/en.html.
“The UHC is proud to have The Equine Network on board. With the help of their fantastic team, website, and marketing initiatives, we have joined forces to create A Home for Every Horse, a universal site where rescues can list their horses available for adoption,” said Ericka Caslin, director of the Unwanted Horse Coalition. “We look forward to expanding the program along with The Equine Network, and helping more rescues and horses in need.” For information about joining A Home for Every Horse, please visit http://www.ahomeforeveryhorse.com.
The Unwanted Horse Coalition is a broad alliance of equine organizations that have joined together under the umbrella of the American Horse Council. The Coalition’s mission is to reduce the number of unwanted horses and to improve their welfare through education and the efforts of organizations committed to the health, safety, and responsible care and disposition of these horses.
– Unwanted Horse Coalition