Horse International's Poll
- I think the regulations concerning the stable areas at events should be even stricter. It is unacceptable that the welfare and security of our top equine athletes is jeopardised in any way. 26,09%
- The rules are sufficient as they are, but I think the FEI should enforce the rules that are in place more strictly so that these things do not happen anymore. 60,87%
- Do you have another opinion or point of view? Let us know! 13,04%
Read all about this topic in our newest issue of Horse International.
The skin’s optimum pH level is between 7,0 and 7,4 in a horse. Compared to us humans, this is a lot higher; we have an optimum pH of between 4,0 and 5,5. So it makes sense that our shampoos and skincare products are tailored to this. But a product targeted for an average pH of 5 will begin to dry out your horse’s skin.
The professional's choice
Horse International offers you an inside view on the main international horse shows (jumping, dressage and eventing), including the news of the Fédération Equestre Internationale (FEI), the International Jumping Riders Club (IJRC) JustWorld International, Warmblood Studbook of Ireland (WSI), interviews, background stories, information on legal issues, insurance issues, medical issues and all you need to know about breeding.
The International equestrian yearbook
In 1943 the first edition of L’Année Hippique was published. Over the years, the yearbook has undergone changes. Two years ago we modernized it with a new cover and layout, last year we increased the pages to 304; offering detailed reports on all major equestrian events and championships.
Last year we also went back in time again by including the Germany language for the main features as we did in the past. The yearbook will be supported by high quality full colour pictures and interesting feature stories, making every edition of L’Année Hippique a collector’s item as well as an ideal tool for exclusive brand advertising. By including your own ‘With Compliments’ page makes the yearbook a perfect business gift.
The UK`s most famous horse lover, Queen Elizabeth II and current ruling monarch of the United Kingdom may be holed up at Windsor Castle away
Horse International Youth
Horse International Youth features the kind of coverage the modern youth looks for: all about fashion, education, the coolest new products and useful tips and advice from role models in the business and sport.
Horse International Youth is looking to connect serious, passionate young equestrians on a global level who are aiming to make their later professional career in the equestrian industry and become the equestrian stars of tomorrow.
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Inge van der Net is the producer, editor in chief and account manager of Horse, Horse International Youth and L’Année Hippique. She is responsible for the contents of the three publications, as well as public relations and sales. If anyone is looking for an advertorial or advertisement opportunities, she is the one to get in touch with. As the managing force behind the team, she makes it all happen. At events, she is the face behind the publications
With a background in translation, Jeannette Martens edits all the texts as they come in, as well as transcribing all Dutch language submissions and any audio interviews for Horse International, Horse International Youth and L’Année Hippique. Combining a special interest in veterinary developments and innovation with a love for the sport, she collects competition reports, news, and image material.
As press officer for (among others) The Dutch Masters – Indoor Brabant, Denise van der Net is well connected in the equestrian world. For Horse International, Horse International Youth and L’Année Hippique, Denise helps with proofreading and checking the texts, as well as compiling the reports on the auction world. She has a great eye for detail and scarcely misses anything.
Inge van der Net
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