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As we launch into 2018, Equine Info Exchange is delighted to report tremendous growth during 2017. The number of people who visited our website has increased by over 140%! We're grateful for the growing popularity as EIE works to become the world's #1 Source for equine content and education, as well as serve as an easily-accessed venue for sharing thoughts, ideas and solutions. This responsibility also includes horse welfare, rescue and retirement—reflecting the needs and concerns of all horse lovers around the world.

We've been nominated for the prestigious 2017 Eclipse Awards for two articles by Marion Altieri. These biographical profiles were requested and subsequently placed by the Keeneland Library staff into the Library's archives (both digitally and in print), for future researchers to use as reference. Please read them and enjoy!

Penny Chenery: Mentor, Leader, Supernatural Horsewoman, Klingon Warrior

Elizabeth Arden: Thoroughbred Owner, Breeder, Healer

The EIE team also attended numerous equestrian events this past year including the Central Park Horse Show and Equus Film Festival in New York City; Equestricon, Saratoga Race Track, Racing Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony, and Saratoga Polo in Saratoga Springs, New York; Old Friends Farm, Keeneland Racetrack and Rolex Three-Day Event in Lexington, Kentucky; the Kentucky Derby in Louisville, Kentucky; the Fasig-Tipton horse sales in New York and Kentucky; the American Equestrian Trade Association trade show in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; and Equine Affaire in Springfield, Massachusetts. Additionally, we participated in many charity events to support horse rehoming and rescue. We’ve met many people along the way who share our passion for horses with concern for their health and welfare. We look forward to meeting you in the coming year at one of these popular and exciting events!

It's important to stay current with issues relating to Equine Health and we've published two articles this month to keep you current with the latest ideas and techniques:

Keeping Your Horse Calm Naturally During Stall Rest by Heather Wallace. Stall rest is not something equestrians ever want for their horse. Horses do best, physically and emotionally, when constantly moving. So the prospect of weeks or even months in a 12'x12' stall is enough to cause us stress, as well. The trick is keeping our horses calm during stall rest.

Understanding Cold-Induced Laminitis by Dr. Eleanor Kellon, Staff Veterinary Specialist for Uckele Health & Nutrition. It happens every winter. A horse who may not even have a prior history of laminitis is found to be very lame and reluctant to move. It's more than the typical hesitation horses show on hard, frozen ground. Looks like laminitis but the feet aren't hot. What's going on? Find out more, read the article!

Do you have too much horse tack? Visit our Classifieds to sell it! Rates begin at $5 per month.

FREE GIFT FRIDAY! EIE gives away a gift EVERY week! Want to be included on this popular horse-themed contest? Click here! Or email us at

EIE has a global audience, with engaging content that appeals to all horse lovers. EIE’s social media reaches over 2.5 million+ people every month. To promote your company with a Free Basic Business Listing and link on our site, write us at

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Our Mission — Serving the professional horse person, amateur owners, occasional enthusiasts and sporting interests alike, the goal is to serve all disciplines – which often act independently yet have common needs and values.

Equine Info Exchange is totally comprehensive, supplying visitors with a world wide view and repository of information for every aspect related to horses. EIE provides the ability to search breeds, riding disciplines, horse sports, health, vacations, art, lifestyles…and so much more.

EIE strives to achieve as a source for content and education, as well as a transparent venue to share thoughts, ideas, and solutions. This responsibility also includes horse welfare, rescue and retirement, addressing the needs and concerns of all horse lovers around the world. We are proud to be a woman-owned business.