|American Turf Monthly by ATM|
The nation's leading thoroughbred handicapping magazine. Each issue is packed with systems and angles, money-management, and innovative handicapping features by the country's top racing writers. American Turf also lists horses to watch at major and minor racetracks in the "Fit and Ready to Win" section, a steady, popular source of longshot winners and exactas. Become a winning player by subscribing to the country's best Thoroughbred handicapping publication.
|Blood-Horse by TOBA|
Founded in 1916, The Blood-Horse is the Thoroughbred industry's number one international weekly news magazine for racing and breeding. Coverage includes race reports, events, trends, farm management, pedigrees, people, profiles, medication issues, investigative reports, and breeding news and information. Each issue is packed with in-depth stories and dynamic, colorful graphics featuring the work of the world’s best turf writers and photographers.
|Thoroughbred Times by Thoroughbred Publications|
A weekly Thoroughbred industry magazine that provides regional, national, and international news coverage, race reports and results, public auction analysis, weekly farm management content, complete industry statistics, and special editorial sections on veterinary care, feed and nutrition, and more.
|Horse Illustrated by Bow Tie|
Each information-packed issue features articles like in-depth training articles for English and western riding disciplines, special-interest features, comprehensive health care and grooming articles, breed profiles and expert advice offering new and current horse owners tips on taking care of their horse. Recent feature topics include: fuel-efficient towing, jumping tune-up exercises, trail course tips for western riders, smooth-gaited breeds, and how to build a safe stall from the ground up.
|Equus by Source Interlink|
EQUUS provides the latest information from the world's top veterinarians, equine researchers, riders and trainers on understanding and influencing equine behavior, recognizing the warning signs of illness and disease, and solving riding and training problems. An annual index turns EQUUS issues into a valuable reference library.
|Mid-Atlantic Thoroughbred by Maryland Horsebreeders Assn|
Thoroughbred racing and breeding in the Mid-Atlantic region serving owners, breeders, trainers and horse enthusiasts. Covers secondary throughbred markets as well.