Horse Magazine of a Different Color - Announcing the Launch of Canter
Jose, CA--June 6, 2002--A new magazine aimed at horse owners and
horse enthusiasts is set to launch this summer. Subtitled "The
Literary Journal for Horse People," Canter Magazine takes a
completely different look at horses and our centuries-old relationship
of emphasizing practical and how-to subjects, Canter focuses on
the history, art, and culture of horses and the equestrian lifestyle.
"There are thousands of stories out there that are passed over
by traditional, discipline-specific horse publications," says
Becki Bell, editor and publisher of the new magazine. "Horses
have been a part of our history and culture for thousands of years.
They've helped us build civilization. They've been favorite subjects
of art since people first began painting on cave walls thousands
of years ago. Many of the world's cultures were--and still are--defined
by horses. We felt that the
literature available to horse lovers on these subjects is incomplete,
particularly in magazines. We wanted to remedy that."
covered by the new magazine will include the history of horses and
their use by different cultures around the world. The magazine will
also cover the development of individual horse breeds, profiles
of famous horses and horse people (both past and present), historical
and modern art featuring horses, horse-related entertainment and
travel destinations, and fiction.
to Canter Magazine can be obtained online at http://www.cantermagazine.com.
Single issues will also be available for sale on the magazine's
website later this summer. Advertisers can obtain rate information