It's that time again, when the American Horse Publications group announces their finalists for the Equine Media Awards, for work published in 2022. And, once again, I am proud to have been named a finalist for two articles that I entered in four different categories.
Arszman Joins AHC in Marketing and Communications Role
Fulfilling a passion of supporting the horse industry and sharing that passion with others, Megan Arszman has joined the team at the American Horse Council (AHC) and the AHC Foundation as their Marketing and Communications Specialist. An accomplished creative professional with a proven track record in feature and copywriting, event coverage, social media management, marketing … Continue reading Arszman Joins AHC in Marketing and Communications Role
It’s Now a Dog & Pony Show: Contributing for Dogster Magazine
It was only a matter of time before I finally began writing about my other passion--dogs.
Racehorse to Ranch Horse: OTTBs Gone Western
Off-track Thoroughbreds are an ongoing source of versatile horsepower for Western riders, making “racehorse to ranch horse” a reality.
Communicating During a Crisis – Crisis Management Essentials for Horse Professionals
Crisis management is typically covered in public relations courses, but most equestrian professionals haven't been privy to those courses. In public relations terms, a crisis is defined as “any event or circumstance that negatively impacts an organization's, or individual's, reputation, credibility or brand.”
Reaping the Equine Media Honors
To be honored amongst your peers is always a special memory. But, to be honored by your peers is even more special. So, to bring home not one, but two American Horse Publications Equine Media Awards is super special. Unfortunately, due to recovering from surgery, I was unable to attend the 2022 edition of the … Continue reading Reaping the Equine Media Honors
Murray State Alumni Honors
This past week I was named one of Murray State University's Top 22 Under 40 Young Alumni, an honor that I am very excited to receive.
Introducing: Sleepy Eyes Todd
Thoroughbred stallions retire with the goal to produce the next champion. Sleepy Eyes Todd is a new stallion in Indiana looking to change the industry.
Discussing Careers in the Equine Industry
I was honored to be asked to speak at St. Mary of the Woods College on Friday, January 29, during their Mane Event, a special gathering focused on careers in the equine industry. This was the second time I've attended the event, and I love the excitement that the staff builds with the students to learn about life after college.
Holiday Happiness and New Year Hopes
As the temperatures continue to drop and year-end deadlines wrap up, it’s always a time for reflection and gratitude for the past year. I would like to send warm wishes for a happy holiday season and positive vibes for a successful new year to all her clients and fellow equine industry professionals.