We are pleased to announce that The Carolinas Equestrian Magazine is back, and has already been identified as one to watch in 2022! We are so excited to relaunch this vital magazine for our equine community and are hard at work on our spring edition, due out this May. Our plans include expanding distribution and adding new features to the website so that more people than ever before will be able to enjoy our coverage of the region’s various horse sports and equine endeavors.
We look forward to continuing to make an important contribution to the equestrian community of the Carolinas, and we are grateful to the former editor and publisher, Jen Barker, for entrusting us with the project. We also appreciate to everyone who has contributed to magazine over the years, making it a beloved and respected publication and we hope we can maintain its reputation for excellence and attract even more readers to our pages in the months and years to come.
Thank you for all your kind words of congratulations and encouragement. Please drop us an email if you have any questions, ideas for articles you would like to see, or just to say hello. We would love to hear from you.
Lauren Allen was born and raised in the Carolinas, and has been a professional hunter/jumper rider, teacher and horse trainer in Camden, South Carolina for years. She holds a Masters of Fine Arts in Creative Writing from the University of South Carolina.
Pam Gleason is a lifelong horsewoman who lives on a horse farm in Aiken, South Carolina. An award-winning writer and photographer, she is the founding editor and publisher of The Aiken Horse newspaper