Elite Equestrian magazine has been published for four years now, and has grown consistently to establish a solid standing in the equestrian print media market. With this foundation, the publishers of Elite Equestrian are proud to announce that we are expanding our line of magazines with a full size (8 x 10) luxury equine themed lifestyle magazine… Equine Flair.
The publishers of Elite Equestrian believe that luxury is an art, not a trend. Anyone who appreciates quality desires it in every aspect of their life. The passion combined with the time and financial demands that equestrian pursuits encompass is a perfect exemplification of lifestyle versus hobby.
The dedicated equestrian possesses a mind set that penetrates every aspect of one’s life- time spent, finances, travel, even personal style and home decor- a true lifestyle. Equine Flair epitomizes this standard.
We are proud to welcome a number of seasoned contributors who are the manifestation of equestrian lifestyle:
L.A. Pomeroy: American Horse Publications’ 2008 best Feature Article finalist and 2010 Freelance Writer Equine-related Journalism (Print) Award winner. L.A. Pomeroy works inside the highest levels of FEI and Olympic equestrian sport, and has turned her Harvard University education in visual design and stylish Manhattan and music world connections into an inside track on what’s hot (and who’s not) in equestrian art, collectibles, entertainment, fashion and design. In addition to being her state’s only female sports journalist accredited with the International Alliance of Equestrian Journalists, and National Sportscasters and Sports Writers Association, she is official Media Liaison for the Intercollegiate Horse Show Association (IHSA), and regularly provides image and wordsmithing services, and social media administration, to a stable of equestrian companies and media outlets.
Vicky Moon: Writer and photographer Vicky Moon has chronicled the lives of the rich, the not-so-rich, the famous, and the not-so-famous for more than twenty years. She has covered murders and prominent lives for People Magazine and the Washington Post; and written about lavish hunt balls, International polo matches, steeplechase races, and parties for Town and Country, Millionaire, Veranda, and Southern Accents magazines. She has served as a contributing editor for House and Garden. Ms. Moon is the author of The Official Middleburg Life Cookbook, The Middleburg Mystique: A Peek Inside the Gates of Middleburg, Virginia, A Sunday Horse: A Year on the Grand Prix Show Jumping Circuit, Best Dressed Southern Salads, The Private Passion of Jackie Kennedy Onassis: Portrait of A Rider,, Equestrian Style: Home Design, Couture, and Collections from the Eclectic to the Elegant.
Jeanne Chisholm, The Chisholm Gallery: Located in the picturesque and historic Pine Plains, New York, Jeanne first opened the Chisholm Gallery in the grandstand of the Palm Beach Polo & Country Club with her late husband, Hugh Jeremy Chisholm in 1978. Their gallery was an immediate success and quickly acquired the largest collection of polo art for sale in the world. Jeanne has worked with museums throughout her life, her accomplishments including curating an exhibit commemorating 100 years of polo history at the Aiken Thoroughbred Racing Museum and Hall of Fame in Aiken, South Carolina. Jeanne has served as the Coordinating Director of the National Polo Museum and Hall of Fame. The renowned London Colnaghi Gallery invited the Chisholm Gallery to participate in their very first sporting art exhibit. Jeanne and her work have been featured in Architectural Digest, Town and Country, The New York Times, The Washington Post, Polo Magazine, Equine Visions, Palm Beach Life, and many more publications.
The management at Elite Equestrian is very excited about the premier of this new addition to our line of publications. Equine Flair will set a precedent for the exhilarating, dedicated lifestyle of discriminating equestrians everywhere.