As a leading horse publication since 1978, Bridle & Bit Magazine knows what exceptional customer service means. We are here to provide you with all the answers you might need. Check out some of our most frequently asked questions below. If you don’t find the answers you need, contact us. We are here for any and every question.
You can always call for more help at 602-390-3555 (click to call).
HOW DO I ORDER AN AD?
Display advertising in Bridle & Bit can be submitted camera-ready, or we can do the design and graphics for you.
Take advantage of our design and graphics services.
WHAT FACEBOOK GROUPS DO YOU CONTROL?
We control several very popular FACEBOOK Groups with over 30,000 members (click to view) including: Team Roping in Wickenburg, Bridle & Bit Bulletin Board, Reining Horse Bulletin Board, Arizona Horse Property for Sale, WestWorld Bulletin Board, HorseShoe Park Bulletin Board, Trailer, Truck & Tractor Trader, Rio Verde Bulletin Board
HOW DO I SUBMIT NEWS OR A PITCH?
Submit your news by emailing to email@example.com
If you have a special feature story to submit please call 602-390-3555 for information.
HOW DO I GET IN TOUCH WITH THE EDITOR?
To reach out to the editor email at bridleandbit.com or call 602-390-3555.
DO YOU HAVE CLASSIFIED ADS?
No, however we do have small display ads starting at $29
HOW DO YOU SUBSCRIBE TO BRIDLE & BIT?
To have US Postal Service delivery of the print edition the annual cost if $49.00 - CLICK HERE!
You can subscribe to the Digital Edition online free - it is the same as the print edition.
WHO ARE YOUR NEWS SOURCES?
We publish the news for NRHA, NCHA, NRCHA, PRCA, PBR, AQHA, APHA, BLM, WPRA, USEF, USET, USTRC, and many more horse orientated associations.
Since 1978 Bridle & Bit is a leading publication in the horse world with an average page size over 120 pages in a tabloid format with glossy cover. The magazine is filled with equestrian news and feature stories chosen by folks that are experts in the horse world. Regular exclusive interviews with top stars of the sport and leaders in the horse industry gives Bridle & Bit an edge on the competition. Published for horse people, by actual horse people the magazine has the pulse of society and gears each issue to meet those wants and desires.
For over 45years, Bridle & Bit has been, and still is, free to the readership in both print and digital form. A huge bonus to the magazine is the direct distribution at major performance horse events including; The Run for a Million in Las Vegas, NRHA Futurity in Oklahoma City, Snaffle Bit Futurity in Fort Worth, NRCHA Derby in Scottsdale, Sun Country Circuit at WestWorld, Major Team Ropings and the upcoming American Performance Horseman in Texas, just to name a few.
Known for having a loyal readership base, the Bridle & Bit is constantly reaching out to a wider market by distributing in many “retail” locations not just feed and tack stores. On-hands management works the network of distributors with direct delivery in affluent areas, and they keep their exclusive racks in premium locations at each location.