Featured articles should not exceed 4000 words, and will be a minimum of 1500. All articles must be correctly sourced and accurate, with any included photos attributed to the appropriate authors. All images that accompany articles, if not the property of the author, shall be accompanied with a signed letter of permission from the photographer. Any citations within the text should adhere to Canadian Press Style guidelines.
We recommend you query first, by sending a brief (not to exceed 300 words) outline of your proposed article. Article queries and full manuscripts should be sent via email as a MS Word attachment to email@example.com.
Articles submitted to The Essentials section of the magazine shall not exceed 2500 words, and should not include any activities that are considered unsafe for horse and rider. Guidelines for included photography are the same as featured articles.
If you have a suggestion for something you would like to see as a feature in an upcoming issue, drop us an email and we’ll look into it!
Got a great story or want to spread the word on your club or organization?
Send us a short write up (200 words or less) on your club news or event and you can see it featured in the Industry News section of an upcoming regular issue.
- Your name and contact information (email)
- Your organization/clubs name and location (ex. Canada, Ontario etc)
- A link to your club/organizations website (if you have one)
- A short write up of your news (200 words or less)
Optional: you can also submit a photo to coincide with the piece. All photos should be attributed to the photographer, and where necessary a signed letter of permission for use should accompany the image.
News submissions can be submitted via email.
The Eloquent Equine always welcomes photo submissions from avid equine photographers, amateur or professional. Feel free to send us your images to be featured in the Spotlight Gallery of an upcoming issue.
All photo submissions must include:
- The name and contact information of the photographer (if not the person submitting the photo)
- The name of the subjects (human or horse)
- A brief description of the photoshoot (ex. where it was taken, what event etc.)
- Please ensure the photos are clear and include proper safety practices (ex. riders wearing helmets etc.)
- Images are preferably in at least 300 dpi and of a large file size