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Be a part of something special…

Be a part of something special...

The Arabian Breeders’ Magazine continues to receive international acclaim for its fresh and unique way of looking at this world – that of putting the horse and the breeders first – and its popularity continues to grow. This is a publication dedicated to learning, to sharing knowledge and experiences from a range of breeders around the world. There are no show reports; instead, our pages are full of passion, history, learning, celebrating the true heart and soul of the Arabian horse that captured us so much those years ago, and nudged us on to this incredible journey we are experiencing.

A beautiful coffee-table publication, The Arabian Breeders’ Magazine continues to have the most competitive advertising rates across all the different magazines, so can you really afford not to be a part of this acclaimed publication? The Arabian Breeders’ Magazine truly helps you stand out from the crowd as it is so different from anything else out there.

Please contact us today to be a part of our next edition, which will primarily be found at the Arabian Breeders’ World Cup in Las Vegas as well as selected shows across Europe and the Middle East. However, more importantly, it will be found in the homes of the many breeders around the world, all continuing their search to improve their programme through new stallions and bloodlines.

Our advertising prices start at just £250 GBP (€295 EUR, $325 US) per page, and the deadline for the next edition is 28 February. You can book your space – be it advertising or editorial – by e-mailing info@thearabianmagazine.com or calling +44 (0)1508 536099 during UK office hours.

We look forward to sharing your horses with fellow breeders around the world. 

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