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|Blood-Horse Magazine Launches Multimedia Tablet Edition|
Lexington, Ky. - Blood-Horse magazine, a staple of the Thoroughbred racing industry since 1916, today unveiled a tablet edition that is available on both iPad and Android devices at no additional cost to subscribers.
The Blood-Horse Magazine app can be downloaded to access an easy-to-navigate digital version of the weekly magazine that is enhanced with interactive, multimedia features such as race replay videos and slideshows, and supplemented with additional charts and statistics.
The tablet edition also includes a continuously updated “Latest News” section that displays the top headlines and race results to keep readers abreast of the most current industry news.
"We are delighted to offer our longtime readers and advertisers, as well as potential customers, this new opportunity to enjoy our content in an innovative, convenient and engaging digital fashion,” said John K. Keitt Jr., chief executive officer and publisher of Blood-Horse magazine. "The Blood-Horse Magazine app will also make each publication available on a more timely basis and enable us to better serve both our domestic and international subscribers."
Access to the tablet edition is included with a print subscription to Blood-Horse, while a tablet-only subscription is also available for the same price. Readers may purchase annual and quarterly subscriptions, as well as single issues, in a digital format.
For additional information on the Blood-Horse tablet edition visit BloodHorse.com/tablet
Thoroughbred Owners and Breeders Association (TOBA) retaining the remaining ownership interest. In addition to the magazine, Blood-Horse publishes the official souvenir magazine of the Breeders' Cup World Championships and Keeneland magazine and operates BloodHorse.com, StallionRegister.com, and TrueNicks.com. To follow Blood-Horse, visit Twitter.com/BloodHorse and Facebook.com/TheBloodHorse. ###