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Flying Changes Magazine services sporthorse enthusiasts in the Pacific Northwest. With its decades-old history, it acts as the premier communication tool to a number of clubs, high-end competitors, equine community members, and horse-lovers in Oregon and Washington. Advertising opportunities in-print and digital are available. We also offer a services and training directory for barns and equine vendors. Updated monthly. Inquiries:

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Current Issue | #Vol 34 | July 2020

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New Clubs & Associations currently being accepted. Talk to us about our program and the benefits  offered to club members represented by the magazine.

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Featured Articles

Staying Focused On Your Goals Pays Off

Paula Hagen and her mare Chiraz win a Bronze Medal at the Advanced Driving Championship. Here's how they did it....

Crosstrain For a Better Ride

Athletes know that if they repeat the same exercise every day they may plateau. So by cross training and implementing...

Oregon’s World Champion Clydesdales

Tucked away in Cornelius, Oregon, is Warwicke Hill, home to World Champion Clydesdale stallion, Towerview Theo, and World Champion Clydesdale gelding, Oakwood Thistle’s Guinness. Warwicke Hill...
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Equestrian Community Services

Local Talent:

Highlight a trainer, rider, or equine professional to be featured in the magazine. Send photos and 250 - 500 on why that person should be recognized.

News, Views & Marketplace:

Show results, community info, clinic photos, news from your area, horses for sale, lease announcements, and other offerings will be placed in the front of the magazine.

Calendar of Events 2020:

Provide discipline, dates, event name, venue and contact information. This information will be added to the print magazine and online when our calendar is live once again.

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Get in touch with your advertising details and we'll include your ad in our next issue. Inquiries can be made to 503-341-8123 or emailed directly to

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