Western Horseman

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Western Horseman
Western Horseman.jpg
Western Horseman, April 2005
Frequency Monthly
Publisher Morris Communications
Total circulation
(2011)
167,531[1]
Founder Paul Albert
Year founded 1936
First issue January 1936 (1936-January)
Company Morris Magazines
Country United States
Based in Fort Worth, Texas
Language English
Website westernhorseman.com
ISSN 0043-3837

Western Horseman, a monthly magazine published by the magazine division of Morris Communications, was first published in January 1936. It features articles on Western riding, the breeding and care of horses, horse training and tack, and ranching. It is the category leader in equine publishing and is known as "The World's Leading Horse Magazine Since 1936," and as "America's Favorite Horse Magazine Since 1936."

History and profile[edit]

Western Horseman was first published in Lafayette, California in January 1936.[2] The founder was Paul Albert.[2] The magazine was acquired by John Ben Snow in 1943.[2] It was relocated to Colorado Springs, Colorado, in 1948.[2] The magazine was acquired by the Morris Communications in 2001.[2] In February 2010 the headquarters of the magazine moved from Colorado Springs, Colorado, to Fort Worth, Texas, after 62 years.[2]

Western Horseman features articles on Western riding, the breeding and care of horses, horse training and tack, and ranching.

In May 2011, Randy Witte published a book about Western Horseman, entitled History of Western Horseman.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ eCirc for Consumer Magazines. Audit Bureau of Circulations. Retrieved October 7, 2011.
  2. ^ a b c d e f Andrew Wineke (February 24, 2010). "Western Horseman magazine leaving Colorado Springs and riding off to Texas". The Gazette. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 
  3. ^ "History of Western Horseman". Rowman and Littlefield. Retrieved February 13, 2016. 

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