Our Partners

HorseCity.com would like to recognize our valuable partners:


Barrel Horse News

Magazine dedicated to covering the people, horses and events that make up the barrel racing industry. Founded in 1996. Each month, over 24,000 barrel racers receive Barrel Horse News at their home or ranch, and each day, thousands of barrel racers go online to check the latest news, results and happenings within the barrel racing industry on BarrelHorseNews.com.


Equine Journal

The premier magazine for all breeds and disciplines in the Northeast equine community. Equine Journal draws from over 50 years of combined publishing experience from its partnership with Horsemen’s Yankee Pedlar. The award-winning monthly magazine educates its readers on horse health, training, education, news, events, lifestyle, association reports and more.



National Barrel Horse Association

The NBHA, headquartered in Augusta, Georgia, is the largest barrel racing organization in the world. In 1992, the NBHA revolutionized the barrel racing industry by pioneering the divisional format, which allows riders of all skill levels a chance to win money and prizes. The NBHA has members of all ages across the U.S. and affiliates in five countries: Canada, Italy, France, Panama and the Netherlands.



Quarter Horse News

Quarter Horse News is an award-winning semi-monthly news magazine that provides the most comprehensive and timely coverage of the Western performance horse industry. Focusing on cutting, reining and reined cow horse, Quarter Horse News has been a trusted source of news and information with real meaning to its readers for more than 30 years.



Western Horseman

Western Horseman has been the leading horse magazine in the nation since 1936. Designed for lovers of the American West who are passionate about horses, the magazine balances the everyday concerns of caring for horses with the pleasures of riding and owning them. It is a trusted resource features articles on equipment, equine health care, rodeo competitions, trail rides, stable management, ranching and training, along with art depicting the Western lifestyle.