Welcome to Northeast Equestrian Life, an exciting new magazine celebrating a passion for horses while championing the equestrian lifestyle. This free publication will feel right at home on your tack trunk at the barn or in a comfortable chair after a long trail ride. This is the magazine for you if you understand, or want to understand, the lifestyle that not only inspires us but that which gives us such enjoyment.
With quality editorial and stunning photography, Northeast Equestrian Life showcases life well lived.
We live here, we ride here, we belong here. We print 30,000 issues each month, distribute to tack shops, barns, events, and more throughout Vermont, New Hampshire, Maine and Massachusetts. Ten times a year, you’ll see familiar faces gracing our pages, while learning about your neighbors. It’s more than just a magazine; it’s uniting our community of equestrians with a heavy emphasis on being local.
As a team, our underlying goal is to embrace all facets of the horse community. We represent a number of varied equine backgrounds, coming together to bring our readers a broad, cohesive view of what it means to be an equestrian. We invite reader feedback for each issue, welcoming you to be a part of the team at Northeast Equestrian Life
Marketing & Account Manager
For nearly 20 years, Brendalee has worked with equine products and companies to develop successful marketing strategies across print, digital and social media platforms. She has spent years travelling the Quarter Horse and Paint circuits, and is well known for her added dash of “bling” that she brings to the show ring (and to life!). Brendalee resides in Westmoreland, NH, with her three dogs and two horses.
Jennifer has been an active equestrian since she was old enough to sit in a saddle, competing successfully on both the hunter/jumper and Arabian circuits. She has spent the last decade writing and edit-ing for a number of equestrian publications, combining her passion of horses with her love of narrative. She lives in Spofford, NH, with her husband, two daughters, French Bulldog and two horses.
Brian is a designer and fine artist with over two decades of magazine layout, art direction and photography experience. Brian quickly established himself as a print designer at Yankee Magazine and The Old Farmer’s Almanac. From there Brian served as the Art Director for UMass Amherst magazine for nearly a decade.