Something for everyone who loves horses and riding

The latest issue of EQ Life magazine is now in the shops for only �2.75 for a great read.

Re-launched, revamped and a rip-roaring read, the December issue is packed full of stories, interviews, useful tips, clinics and demonstrations of techniques and some amusing insight to being a 'pony parent'. You can purchase or order your copy from all good newsagents and top equestrian outlets. If you prefer the ease of ordering online you can choose a single copy or a fabulous value subscription – a perfect easy gift that will delight for a whole year.

'Norfolk has a great record for producing world class equestrians, and grassroots riding flourishes on the back of this achievement' says Johnny Hustler, MD of Archant Anglia and a keen amateur horse rider himself 'We hope that the new EQ Life magazine and will thrill local horse lovers – and that they become enthusiastic members of the EQ Life community'.

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In the latest issue read all about local show jumper Tim Davies' rise through the ranks to achieve his dream of riding at HOYS; find out how equine influenza may be an underestimated problem; and check out the latest equestrian festive gifts. EQ Life gives you reports from around the region as well as a seasonal round up and an amazing spread of reader and professional photography for their 'Shot of the Year' section. You can even enjoy a digital sample of the magazine on so you can start getting involved straight away whilst you order your printed copy.

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And don't forget – you are invited to take part! If you have taken a great photo this year, want to highlight the hard work of a unsung hero in the horse world or just have a question EQ Life can put to an expert for you, then get in touch. Go online at to take part in the forums and to add your own stories and pictures and who knows, if they catch our eye they could be used in the next EQ Life columns, magazine or digital editions.

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