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Win Prizes for Your Horse and Dog in the My Best Friends Photo Contest from EQUUS Magazine
Have you ever captured a special moment or a funny interaction between a dog and a horse? Submit the photo to EQUUS magazine’s My Best Friends Photo Contest and you could win a prize package for your equine and canine friends.
To enter for a chance to win, submit a photo that depicts the bond between horses, dogs and people accompanied by a short essay (between 40 and 200 words). Entries will be judged on the uniqueness and interest of both the photo and the essay submission. Entrants and non-entrants alike are encouraged to visit the photo gallery of all submissions by visiting http://bestfriends.equisearch.com/
The My Best Friends Photo Contest gives horse owners a chance to show off their other four-legged friends. “At EQUUS, we look forward to this contest every year because it never fails to illustrate—in the most engaging way possible—that horse people are dog people, too,” said Editor and Associate Publisher Laurie Prinz.
Prizes include a two-month supply of OCD Equine and a two-month supply of COS Canine from Doc’s Equine, and a two-pound supply of HylaSport Canine from HorseTech’s PupSup line. The winner of the My Best Friend Photo Contest will also receive great gear from Doc’s Equine and Horse Tech, including hats and a doggie bag holder.
The contest is now open and will close on October 8, 2012. Visit http://bestfriends.equisearch.com to enter.
About Active Interest Media
Active Interest Media, Inc (AIM) is a leading publisher of enthusiast magazines, consumer shows, books and Internet sites. AIM was formed by Wind Point Partners, a private equity investment firm with office in Chicago, Ill., and Southfield, Mich., in partnership with CEO Efrem “Skip” Zimbalist III, in October 2003. The AIM Equine Network includes the print magazine titles 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.