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Voting Begins in Equine Network’s “Medals for the Rest of Us” Contest
Although the competition in London has come to a close, everyday horse people are still vying for glory as voting begins in the Equine Network’s “Medals for the Rest of Us” contest.
Medalist hopefuls entered in three events: World-Class Mucking, sponsored by ZIMECTERIN® Gold; Heavyweight Stretching, sponsored by Purina Mills®; or Freestyle Trailer Parking, sponsored by USRider®. Voting will determine the top three entries in each event, and then a panel of judges will face the tough decision of selecting the gold, silver and bronze medalists.
Voting will continue through August 29, 2012. To vote for your favorite entries, please go to http://olympics.equisearch.com/
“The voting period is a great time for equestrians to show support of each other as they strive for ‘medals’ in this contest,” said Equine Network Editorial Director Cathy Laws. “It’s an opportunity to acknowledge the hard work that goes into having horses every day—and to have a fun while doing so!”
“Medals for the Rest of Us” is part of EquiSearch’s Olympic program, sponsored by ZIMECTERIN® Gold. To relive the equestrian events, the Olympic coverage on EquiSearch is the place to go for videos, behind-the-scenes news from Olympic riders, results, photo galleries and more. To see everything from selection trials to podium smiles, go to http://www.equisearch.com/
About Active Interest Media
Active Interest Media, Inc (AIM) is a leading publisher of enthusiast magazines, consumer shows, books and websites. AIM was formed by Wind Point Partners, a private equity investment firm with offices in Chicago, Ill., and Southfield, Mich., in partnership with CEO Efrem “Skip” Zimbalist III, in 2003. The AIM Equine Network includes the print magazines American Cowboy, EQUUS, Horse&Rider, Practical Horseman, Dressage Today, Discover Horses, EquiManagement, USHJA In Stride, Spin to Win Rodeo, Horse Journal and The Trail Rider and the websites Equine.com, Discoverhorses.com, AmericanCowboy.com, MyHorse.com, USRider.org and EquiSearch.com.
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