Camden Media Co. announces the launch of The Blythewood Horse & Equestrian magazine. The first issue, its spring edition, will be published March 19 and focus on the Carolina Cup. The magazine will then be published quarterly, in full color, in June, November, January and March.
“Due to the success of The Camden Horse & Equestrian, we thought it was a natural fit to launch a similar magazine in Blythewood, which is the horse community of Richland County,” Publisher Mike Mischner said.
The Blythewood Horse & Equestrian will have an 8,000 distribution, inserted into Camden Media Co.’s Blythewood Country Chronicle and placed in key locations around the Blythewood area and Kershaw County. Tonya Page will serve as editor.
The inaugural, spring edition will feature a cover story about Blythewood’s Boo Major, head coach of the University of South Carolina (USC) Equestrian Team, the first USC athletic team to ever win back-to-back Southeastern Conference championships. The team is headquartered at One Wood Farm in Blythewood. Major is also the National Collegiate Equestrian Association’s 2014 Coach of the Year.
To suggest news stories or to advertise, contact General Manager Betsy Greenway at 432-6157 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
In addition to The Blythewood Horse & Equestrian, Blythewood Country Chronicle and The Camden Horse & Equestrian, Camden Media Co. also publishes the Chronicle-Independent, West Wateree Chronicle, Lee County Observer, The Connection, Lake Wateree News, Fort Jackson Leader, The Shaw News, and Discover Camden-Kershaw County magazine. Camden Media Co. also owns and operates Kershaw County’s local news website, www.chronicle-independent.com, and The Camden Horse & Equestrian’s website, www.thecamdenhorseandequestrian.com.