EQUINE IMAGES TO UNVEIL REDESIGN AT BERESFORD GALLERY IN SARATOGA
LEXINGTON, KY- Equine Images: Celebrating the Art and Culture of the Horse, will officially unveil its complete redesign at a public reception at Beresford Gallery in Saratoga Springs, New York, on Saturday, August 4, from 5:30 - 8:00 p.m. Founded in 1986, Equine Images is published quarterly and focuses on the artistic aspects of the horse and the equestrian lifestyle. Coverage encompasses all schools of art-from Western to Eastern, from abstract to realism-and features work by the world's most talented painters, sculptors, photographers and jewelry designers.
Penelope Whitman Mullinix, Managing Editor, of Equine Images noted, "Part of the mission of Equine Images is to lead our readers to new insights and a more informed understanding of the wide world of art inspired by the horse. Our exciting redesign, combined with the passion and dedication of everyone involved with the production of the magazine, will certainly help us accomplish that mission."
The unveiling and reception coincide with the annual Saratoga horse sales and is free and open to the public. For additional information on the event, contact Lisa Sheehy Dwyer at The Blood-Horse Publications, (859) 621-6610; or Elizabeth Beer at Beresford Gallery, (518) 583-4523.
Equine Images is published by The Blood-Horse, Inc., publisher of The Blood-Horse, the premier international weekly Thoroughbred racing and breeding magazine; The Horse, a monthly magazine devoted to equine health care; TBH MarketWatch, a twice-monthly newsletter for Thoroughbred investors; the official Kentucky Derby and Breeders' Cup souvenir magazines; and Keeneland magazine. In addition, The Blood-Horse also operates a family of leading and award-winning Web sites including bloodhorse.com, thehorse.com, and haynet.net.
For additional information on Equine Images, visit: http://www.equineimages.com or contact Robert Bolson, Promotions Manager, Tel.: (859) 276-6809, or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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