The Chronicle of the Horse Guidelines Information

Established: 1937

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Description: The magazine focuses on foxhunting, combined training, dressage, hunters and jumpers, steeplechase racing, trail riding and equine activities for youth.

Editor(s): Beth Rasin, Executive Editor

Needs: Nonfiction articles. The editors say, "In addition to reporting sport horse news, we feature articles on horse care and profiles of prominent horse people. We also occasionally accept humor, human interest and historical articles. No poetry, please."

Rights: Pays for first North American publishing rights

How to Submit: Submit articles by email.

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This listing was last reviewed and/or updated on 2018-03-25

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