Blood-Horse Publications And Eclipse Press Release
New Exclusively Equine Catalog
LEXINGTON, KY - Eclipse Press, the award-winning
book publishing division of Blood-Horse Publications, launched
the winter edition of their consumer mail-order catalog, Exclusively
Equine, earlier this week, just in time for the beginning of the
traditional holiday shopping season. The thirty-eight page catalog
features equine-related books and videos published by Eclipse
Press, along with other quality merchandise including fine lithographs,
calendars, vintage photographs, jewelry, upscale gifts, and select
items for the home. Customers of Exclusively Equine will receive
a copy of the catalog via the postal service and can shop by mail,
by telephone, or online at: http://www.exclusivelyequine.com.
"With just over 45 days left until
Christmas, our new catalog offers a wide selection of great horse
books, collector quality photographs, and other tasteful gifts,"
noted Jacqueline Duke, editor of Eclipse Press. "It is one-stop
shopping sure to please the horse lover."
To order a free copy of the Winter 2002 catalog, visit the Exclusively
Equine Web site at http://www.exclusivelyequine.com,
or call toll-free: 1-800-582-5604.
Eclipse Press is dedicated to the enjoyment
and welfare of the horse. Titles range from practical aspects
of hands-on horsemanship to equine art and retrospectives on the
great Thoroughbred racehorses.
Blood-Horse Publications is a multimedia
publishing company that traces it roots to 1916. Blood-Horse Publications'
flagship publication, The Blood-Horse, is the oldest continually
published North American Thoroughbred magazine. The company also
publishes The Horse, a monthly equine health care magazine; TBH
MarketWatch, a newsletter for Thoroughbred investors; the official
Kentucky Derby and Breeders' Cup souvenir magazines; Auction Edge;
Keeneland magazine; and the annual Eclipse Awards program. In
addition, Blood-Horse Publications also operates a family of leading
Web sites including bloodhorse.com, TheHorse.com, and HayNet.net.