Chicago Equestrian website is live! The team has been hard at work getting every last detail squared away so we can hit the ground running.
You may be wondering what this new website is all about and where it came from. Well, let me fill you in with some details.
It all started as an idea. Brenda Mueller, President and Owner of Chicago Equestrian, approached myself and another Adult Amateur rider and said;
'what do you think of this idea? A website that is just for Chicago area riders. A site that contains any and all information in one place, barn listings, show information, trainers, farriers, vets, clinics etc, etc, etc... A site that can help promote the Chicago area horse industry.'
We immediately loved the idea and between the three of us, and input of several others, we ran with it. Over quite a few conversations, Saturday morning breakfast pre-barn pow wow meetings, endless e-mails, phone calls and text messages we refined the idea into a tangible project. Then the real work started of actually making it all happen!
Fast Forward to today, the site is live and chocked full of great information that any Chicago area horse person can use plus a whole lot more. Here is a highlight of what you can experience at www.ChicagoEquestrian.com
- The latest news on Chicago area riders with video interviews.
- Interesting articles
- Calendar full of show dates for IHJA, NIHJA and A Place to Start series. As well as clinics and banquet dates.
- Special event information: clinics, benefits, special shows.
- Classified section to reach out to the Chicago equestrian community.
- Jr/AO hour, a special section where you can comment on articles pertinent to Jr/AO riders. Let's hear what you have to say!
- Promotion packages for your special events, your barn, your rider or even a feature article written just for you.
- Follow Chicago Equestrian on Facebook and twitter and play foursquare to become the mayor of Chicago Equestrian locations to win prizes.
- Stay tuned for up to date and behind the scenes action on our blog.
- Low yearly subscription rate that gives back to the community. $5 of every subscription is donated to the USHJA Zone 5 Scholarship fund.