American Racehorse magazine and the Indiana Thoroughbred Owners and Breeders Association (ITOBA) have announced a partnership that will add coverage of the state’s racing and breeding industry to the publication and provide all ITOBA members with a free subscription.
American Racehorse, which launched in 2012 as Southern Racehorse covering Texas and Oklahoma, has expanded several times and now includes 10 states.
“The Indiana breeding and racing program has seen tremendous growth in the past 20 years, and we are very pleased to highlight the horses, horsemen and horsewomen of the state,” said Denis Blake, editor and publisher of American Racehorse. “There is a lot of crossover between Indiana and the states we already cover, so this is a natural addition.”
All ITOBA members will receive the bi-monthly magazine and the annual American Racehorse Stallion Register at no cost to the members or ITOBA. Each issue will include Indiana racing and breeding news along with a membership update from ITOBA.
For more information on ITOBA, go to itoba.com.