The Arabian Racehorse is a free to view digital magazine, available worldwide to Arabian racing professionals and enthusiasts via the digital publishing platform issuu.com - view online or via smart phone or tablet using the issuu app, where back editions are always available. Printed copies may also be ordered.
It is the only Arabian racing magazine with dedicated UK coverage of the Arabian Racing Organisation (ARO) races throughout their season.
In addition the magazine is supported by regular newsletters which feature video links and photo galleries from the UK and many of the Group races overseas.
Arabian Racing takes place in over 30 countries worldwide, and many of the most valuable races are run on high profile thoroughbred racecards such as the Doncaster St Leger meeting in the UK, the Qatar Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe meeting in France and the Dubai World Cup meeting in the UAE.
Every edition (right back to number 1) is available to view via the issuu website or app, and is primarily read on a mobile phone, meaning The Arabian Racehorse is always with you, providing a valuable 'on-the-go' reference resource.
As a digital publication, followers immediately receive notification once the issue has gone live
The supporting Facebook page has over 4,000 followers, which regularly updates followers with Arabian racing news from around the world, which is also distributed via The Arabian Racehorse newsletter and delivered to your inbox - sign up below to join the circulation list.
Also follow via feeds on Twitter and Instagram - scroll down for links.
The current edition - Spring 2021 - looks forward to the new season, both breeding and racing in the UK, with a sires review, Shadwell Arabian Stallions report, plus the ver popular stable tours to catch up with the debutant runners for 2021. Plus a review of the Gulf season, including the big races from Qatar, Saudi Arabia and the UAE.
The 42 editions have recorded over 385,000 views, whilst the supporting Facebook page has over 4,000 followers and regularly reaches over 8,000 people each week