Barn Culture New Social Website for Horse People

RENO, Nevada Barn Culture, LLC, announces a social networking site for equine
 
 
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Dec. 29, 2008 - PRLog -- Barn Culture Expects High-Stepping Returns
http://www.barnculture.com
RENO, Nevada Barn Culture, LLC, announces a social networking site for equine enthusiasts who want to share their passion for riding and all things horse-related with other people around the world. With international numbers of horse enthusiasts passing 100 million, the Internet is the smartest spot for horse people to meet, greet and exchange information surrounded by the content and values of horse culture.  
Barn Culture Expects High-Stepping Returns
http://www.barnculture.com
RENO, Nevada Barn Culture, LLC, announces a social networking site for equine enthusiasts who want to share their passion for riding and all things horse-related with other people around the world. With international numbers of horse enthusiasts passing 100 million, the Internet is the smartest spot for horse people to meet, greet and exchange information surrounded by the content and values of horse culture.
Horse enthusiasts come in all shapes and sizes, and Barn Culture plans to corral them all into one website, with high quality content, user-friendly interactive software and information on everything from breeding ponies to racing stallions. Family-friendly and well organized, Barn Culture gives people plenty of room to roam: users will post profiles, research and discuss horse-related topics and stay current with upcoming shows and horse news all over the world. Our special Kids’ Section will provide a safe, fun place for children to explore the world of horses and their place in it.
Barn Culture is the first major social networking site for horse enthusiasts to embrace all kinds of horse culture—from English sidesaddle to barefoot Western-style riding. More than 6 million Americans are horse fans, and tens of millions more participate as observers in horse events. Trainers and breeders, new horse owners and old hands will find Barn Culture the place they go when their own horses are bedded down for the night. Users will be able to access trail maps, read reviews, plan trips and learn about advances in shoeing, nutrition and all things horse-related.
A hundred years ago, when horses were the primary mode of transportation, people met each other on weekly carriage or horseback rides in their cities’ parks and esplanades. Currently, horse enthusiasts spend an average of 20 hours a week in equine related activities; watching TV shows about horses and spending time on the Internet also serve to express their interest. Barn Culture provides the perfect ‘arena’ for people who love horses.
Barn Culture—the social networking site for horse enthusiasts worldwide.

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Barn Culture is an online Social Network Designed to bring horse people together!
Barn Culture Expects High-Stepping Returns
http://www.barnculture.com
RENO, Nevada Barn Culture, LLC, announces a social networking site for equine enthusiasts who want to share their passion for riding and all things horse-related with other people around the world. With international numbers of horse enthusiasts passing 100 million, the Internet is the smartest spot for horse people to meet, greet and exchange information surrounded by the content and values of horse culture.
Barn Culture Expects High-Stepping Returns
http://www.barnculture.com
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