Southern Racehorse magazine today announced that it will provide coverage of the Thoroughbred industry in North Carolina in partnership with the North Carolina Thoroughbred Association (NCTA). In addition to covering the industry in the state, the magazine will include important updates and news from the NCTA and will be mailed to their members at no charge.
Southern Racehorse has similar agreements with the Texas Thoroughbred Association, Thoroughbred Racing Association of Oklahoma, Georgia Horse Racing Coalition and South Carolina Thoroughbred Owners and Breeders Association and also covers the Thoroughbred industry in Louisiana.
“We are pleased to welcome the horsemen and horsewomen of North Carolina to the magazine,” said Denis Blake, editor and publisher of Southern Racehorse. “We look forward to highlighting the accomplishments of NCTA members and their horses.”
The North Carolina Thoroughbred Association (www.ncthoroughbreds.com) was established in 1979 by a small but dedicated group of Thoroughbred owners and breeders. The NCTA is a non-profit, all volunteer organization governed by an elected board of directors and officers. The goal of the NCTA is to promote the Thoroughbred industry in the state while providing educational opportunities for its members and developing working relationships as friends and colleagues among them.
“The Board of the NCTA is very happy to have the opportunity to work with Southern Racehorse and have another subscription of our members in addition to Mid-Atlantic Thoroughbred,” said Joanne Dew, president of the NCTA.