Canadian Thoroughbred Magazine Goes Digital Only in 2020
After 58 years of sharing the news and stories in print, Canadian Thoroughbred magazine will be continuing with a digital only strategy.
By: Horse Media Group |
As the racing industry is evolving to meet the challenges of today’s marketplace, so must the industry’s publication. After 58 years of sharing the news and stories in print, Canadian Thoroughbred magazine will be continuing with a digital only strategy. The final regular print issue of the magazine will be the February 2020 issue which will feature the 20 most influential people in Canadian thoroughbred racing today.
Canadian Thoroughbred was originally published in 1961 – the same year as Northern Dancer was born – as The Canadian Horse. At the time, E.P Taylor and John Mooney asked various industry members to contribute $1,000 to cover the start-up costs. By 1967 it was the official magazine of the CTHS and in 1986 it was acquired by Horse Publications Group, which continued to service the needs of Canadian breeders.
Moving forward, Canadian Thoroughbred will continue to offer the same quality coverage that will now reach more people faster in this digital world. Between the new website, social media, and e-newsletters, we will bring you the latest in breeding, racing, and industry news in a more timely and convenient manner. If you haven’t already, please sign-up now for the free digital e-newsletter so you don’t miss what’s in store.
To our loyal readers and advertisers, we are eternally grateful for your support over the years and look forward to serving your needs as we head into the future.