We’re thrilled to welcome Jim Masterson and the Masterson Method to our advertising family.
A few years back, Jim held down the fort at an adjoining booth at the Equine Affaire. We shared some anecdotes and laughs during breaks in customer traffic and shuttles to and from the hotel.
Now Jim has advanced his method and his business internationally. He’s training clients and has produced scores of informational and educational products. Read more.
Great stuff: his information and tutorials will improve your horse’s well-being and your connection with your horse. He offers seminars and clinics across the U.S. and Europe as well as books and DVDs. Click here to check out his Events.
To celebrate, we’re having our best giveaway yet:
Subscribe to our newsletter for a chance to win Masterson’s “Beyond Horse Massage: A Breakthrough Interactive Method for Alleviating Soreness, Strain and Tension” book and DVD. A $70 value!
Click here to subscribe. Even if you don’t win, you’ll still receive free Eco Lips lip balm and MudLove wrist band.
Posted by Maddy Butcher
NickerNews and BestHorsePractices are growing, expanding their reach and reaching new readers. This year, our features have been shared by well-known equine researchers, movie producers, and policy makers. Newsletter subscribers now come from nearly all 50 states (Thank you, Maine for representing so well!) as well as Canada, Australia, and many other countries. We’re growing while staying true to our roots and keeping it down-to-earth.
Rather than spreading ourselves too thin, we’re bringing help on board.
Welcome Emily Thomas Luciano, our talented new Marketing Director. A graduate of Emory and Henry College in Virginia, Emily has an impressive background in communications and public relations. She worked full-time for RLF Communications in North Carolina before moving to Florida, where her husband, Anthony, serves in the U.S. Army. She runs Lucky Dee Communications and has started fulfilling her professional vision of working within the horse industry.
She and Anthony have five horses. Three are Extreme Mustang Makeover
Emily and her mustang, Gus, compete in Extreme Mustang Makeover
veterans, trained by Emily and her father, Jim Thomas, who runs Bar T Horsemanship in Pittsboro, N.C.
With Emily’s help, we look forward to greater exposure of all aspects and avenues of NickerNews and BestHorsePractices. It’s great news for us and our event listers and advertisers.
Got questions or ideas? Contact us.
Posted by Maddy Butcher