I was assigned to deliver the first-in-a-series piece about the history of domestic-bred Arabian horses in the United States. Arabian Horse Life magazine editor Stephanie Ruff wanted readers to learn about how and when the Arabian horse first arrived in America, and who were the people most instrumental in them flourishing here.
At the deadline, I delivered the fact-checked, 3400-word copy, along with several hi-res images provided by interviewees, each with the needed release forms, and photo credit text. I suggested the “further reading” section for people who wanted to learn more about specific history, pedigrees or where the Arabian horse descendants in this piece are found today.
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The award-winning Arabian Horse Life magazine is the official magazine of the Arabian Horse Association; a bi-monthly publication about Arabian horses and the people who love them.
Arabian Horse Life has stories, infographics, editorial and features about:
- People who express their love for the breed in all ways
- Feature products utilized in AHA member barns and facilities
- Training tips for hands-on amateurs
- Profiles of individuals who are moving the breed forward
- Inspiring horses and their stories
- Highlights from AHA national shows and rides
- AHA programs rewarding and recognizing member involvement
- AHA highlights and open events that show off the diversity of the Arabian breed
- Stories of the romantic and fascinating history of the Arabian breed…and much more!
All 16,500+ AHA members receive the print issue of the magazine free as part of a paid AHA membership. The magazine is also available for non-members for a subscription fee of $40/year.