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American Racehorse to Suspend Print Publication After Spring Issue

American Racehorse magazine will suspend its print publication following the upcoming spring issue in April. The magazine, which originally launched in 2012 as Southern Racehorse, covers Thoroughbred racing and breeding in the Southwest, Midwest and Midsouth regions of the country.

“I have truly enjoyed publishing the magazine for the past 6 ½ years, but as it has expanded, so have the time commitments that have cut into time I can spend with my family and take on other projects,” said editor and publisher Denis Blake. “I am immensely grateful for all the advertisers over the years and for the state associations and horsemen that have supported the magazine. I hope that the magazine has achieved its goal of highlighting the wonderful horses and people involved in this industry.”

If there is enough demand, it is likely that American Racehorse will publish a 2020 Stallion Register issue as it has since 2013.

The American Racehorse website and social media will remain active, as will the archive of past issues. Should things change in one of the states that the magazine covers, particularly Texas, it is possible the print magazine will return in the future.

The upcoming spring issue will feature an insider’s look at the true story of Ruffian and a look back at the ups and downs of Santa Fe Downs in New Mexico.

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