A leading UK horse interest magazine aimed primarily at riders in the East Midlands, Equestrian Life magazine will nevertheless appeal to riders across the country.
Every issue is absolutely packed with content about horses, including all the latest news from the East Midlands and further afield, as well as practical advice on health and equine care. Equestrian life offers comprehensive coverage of showing and riding clubs, dressage, eventing, show-jumping and other disciplines and reviews of kit for competitions such as bridles and lead chains. This is all accompanied by high-quality photography, and is also packed with competitions with a huge array of different prizes to be won.
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Everybody loves a spot of horse riding, and nowhere is that passion more evident than in the pages of Equestrian life. This magazine is seriously packed full of content of interest to riders across the country and more specifically in the East Midlands – we can only assume that there is an impressively sized market in that region to merit a magazine of this quality.
The riding of a horse has long been a point of style and class. Back when horses were still used in war it was the nobility and the upper classes who could afford them who rode up and down the battle lines, and charged at the weary men fighting on foot. Hunting, even today, is something of a rather class based activity, and that is in no large part down to the expenses incurred in keeping a horse. Nevertheless, pretty much everybody can afford to take a couple of riding lessons – it’s a lot cheaper to enjoy a horse when you don’t have to pay for its upkeep.
Aside from the whole class and cost thing, there is something rather magnificent about these animals. Maybe it’s the feeling of going somewhere with comparatively little effort, maybe it’s got something to do with the mastery and taming of a strong beast, frankly who knows, but we know that pretty much everyone loves horses. NB