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Horse&Rider wants you to be a part of our team. Tell us about your horse life, ask questions, or share your opinions by contacting us at: Horse & Rider, 2520 55th St., Suite 210, Boulder, CO 80301, fax: 303-413-1602, or send an email to

Make sure to tell us which of the following departments you're submitting material for, and include your name, mailing address, daytime phone number and email address. No unsolicited manuscripts, photos, or artwork will be returned. We reserve the right to edit for style, clarity and length.

Mail Call: We want your opinions on horse-related topics, H&R articles, or your personal horse experiences. Include your name, city, and state. Send to

Your Stories: Share your poignant or humorous stories about you and your horse with Senior Editor Jenny Meyer (700 words max) or respond to her past columns (

Whole Horse Q&A: Send us your horse health, behavior, and hoof care questions.

Winning Ways: Share a show-related topic you'd like to see covered in H&R.

Conformation Clinic: Send us a left-side view photo of your horse (make sure he's well groomed, looking straight ahead, and standing on level ground--and try to avoid distracting backgrounds). Include your contact info and your horse's breed, age, gender and height. Check out this helpful link for photography guidelines.

Your Horse Your Life: Share your "Solutions" to save time or money in your horse life.

Problem Solvers: Got a problem with your horse? Let a leading Western trainer help you. To submit a question, send an e-mail to Please include your name and contact information, and be as detailed as possible when describing your problem so our experts can offer you the most helpful advice.
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