One Week Left for 20% Photo Store Discount

To celebrate the launch of its new Pictopia photo store, TheHorse.com is offering a 20% discount on all framed and unframed images for one more week, ending April 30 (enter coupon code THApril20 when checking out).

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To celebrate the launch of its new Pictopia photo store, TheHorse.com is offering a 20% discount on all framed and unframed images for one more week, ending April 30 (enter coupon code THApril20 when checking out).

Spruce up the walls in your house and barn with professional-quality photos from some of the industry’s top equine photographers, such as David R. Stoecklein, Anne M. Eberhardt, and Marc Manning, whose work regularly appears in The Horse: Your Guide To Equine Health Care. Photos capturing all aspects of the horse–in action, at rest, beginning a new life, and enjoying the golden years–are available for purchase, with an 8-by-10 unframed print starting at $19.95.

You can get ready for the 2008 CCI**** Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Event and the 2008 Kentucky Derby by browsing photos from the last year’s events. Then, check back after Rolex (April 24-27) and the Derby (May 3) for special event photos from Anne M. Eberhardt, Marc Manning, and Mathea Kelley.

Other products offered at TheHorse.com‘s photo store include jigsaw puzzles, mugs, tote bags, T-shirts, note cards, jewelry boxes, and holiday ornaments, all available bearing your favorite photo from the collection.

Continue to browse the site often, as the store will continue to grow with new photos and photographers.

Go to www.TheHorse.com/Photos to get started!


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Megan Arszman received a Bachelor of Science In print journalism and equine science from Murray State University in Murray, Ky., and loves combining her love of horses, photography, and writing. In her “free time,” when she’s not busy working as a horse show secretary or riding her American Quarter Horses on her parents’ Indiana farm, she’s training and competing her Pembroke Welsh Corgi and Swedish Vallhund in dog agility and running.

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