About Heavy Horse World Magazine
What’s in the Magazine?
One of Britain’s specialist equestrian magazines, this popular quarterly serves the ever-growing interest in heavy draft horses throughout the UK – and is also distributed world-wide to more than 30 countries. It features the four British breeds – Shire, Clydesdale, Suffolk and British Percheron – as well as British and European breeds overseas and working draft crosses.
- Over 70 pages packed with information on heavy horses
- Glorious colour photographs
- Big news section
- Fascinating historical features
- Personality profiles
- Practical features and tips on all aspects of heavy horse ownership
- Big shows and events sections each issue
- Annual FREE list of heavy horse events AND regular directories of breed societies, working horse associations, breeders, harness-makers and wheelwrights
- Heavy Horse World Shop – In the magazine and online
- Heavy Horse World Classified – THE place to go for all your horse, vehicle & harness needs
Heavy Horse World Magazine annual subscription – £32.00 (UK), £34.00 (Europe) & £36.00 (Rest of World)
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About the Editor
Heavy Horse World is published and edited by Diana Zeuner MCIJ, a professional writer and journalist who has been closely involved with heavy horses for over 30 years.
Her interest began with their introduction to the Weald & Downland Living Museum, Singleton, West Sussex, where her late husband, Chris Zeuner OBE MA, was the Museum Director. He introduced working horses to demonstrate their importance to rural communities and help interpret the museum’s historic building exhibits. Diana has also managed the heavy horse stables at the museum.
Heavy Horse World was founded in 1987 and quickly established itself as the ‘trade magazine’ for the heavy horse sector. In 1998 Diana produced and edited the Working Horse Manual, now in its second edition, and regarded as the best beginner’s guide to the subject in the UK today. In 2004 she wrote Heavy Horses, a concise all-round introduction to heavy horses, also now in its second edition. Both books can be bought online on this website.
Diana has just stepped down from editing the Association of Independent Museums’ bi-monthly magazine, which she did for just under 39 years, and she also produces a twice-yearly magazine for the Weald & Downland Living Museum. For the museum she researched and produced Building History, marking its 40th anniversary, which tells the story of the museum’s development. She has also written articles, exhibition and display texts and contributed to other specialist magazines. Her interests include walking, bird-watching, gardening, rural history and heritage, and of course, heavy horses!
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