Launches Equinomics E-Newsletter

Keeping your horse's surroundings safe is an important part of proper equine management. is launching a new monthly Equinomics newsletter to bring you news, articles, and information about the ins and outs of efficient and responsible horsekeeping. The new monthly Equinomics e-newsletter is brought to you by Partnar Animal Health.

"The Equinomics column in our monthly print magazine The Horse: Your Guide To Equine Health Care covers a range of important topics dealing with managing horses," said Kimberly S. Brown, Publisher/Editor of The Horse and "This information is valuable in helping horse owners and managers get helpful tips about barns, stalls, maintenance, fencing, blanketing, equipment, and feeding, as well as business, financial, and legal topics. is happy to bring this type of information to hands-on horse owners and managers right to your e-mail inbox!"

The first issue will be delivered Sunday Jan. 10, 2010, and it will include articles such as: "Ward off Winter" (general winter tips for around the barn and for your horse), "Planning for the Worst While You're Away," and "Tips for Winter Travel With Horses."

Don't miss a single issue! Sign up now or log on to "My Profile" on (upper right corner of each page) and under "My Info" click on "Manage My Newsletter Subscriptions," then click on the Equinomics e-newsletter box (and any other e-newsletters you might be missing).

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About The Horse:
The Horse is an all-breed, all-discipline equine education provider for hands-on participants in the horse industry. The Horse brand disseminates the latest and most reliable news and information on the health, care, management, and welfare of equids through print and electronic means. is operated by Blood-Horse Publications, publisher of
The Horse: Your Guide To Equine Health Care.

Readers are cautioned to seek the advice of a qualified veterinarian before proceeding with any diagnosis, treatment, or therapy.

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