Blood-Horse Publications’ publications and staff were recognized as follows:
First Place: Online News Reporting: News Breaking Story; (4 entries); TheHorse.com for “Ga. Neglect Case: Defense Team Questions Necessity of Seizure” by Erin Ryder.
First Place: Online News Reporting: Related Feature Story; (5 entries); TheHorse.com for “Working with Morocco’s Horses: Journey’s End” by Erin Ryder.
Second Place: Online News Reporting: Related Feature Story; (5 entries); TheHorse.com for “John Henry’s Last Days” by Erin Ryder.
First Place: Online Service to the Reader; (3 entries); TheHorse.com for “Making a New Mom for a Rejected Filly” by Scot T. Gillies.
Honorable Mention: Publication Staff Advertisement; Circulation 10,000 and over; (28 entries); The Blood-Horse for “Solid. Robust. Dependable.”; Designers: Monica Marrs and Jennifer Neal.
First Place: Editorial Design; Circulation over 20,000; (32 entries); Keeneland Magzine for Winter 2007 issue; “American Classic”; Designer: Alexandra Sieckowski; Creative Director: Suzanne Dorman; Photographer: Lee Thomas.
Second Place: Equine-Related Newsletter (Print); (6 entries); The Blood-Horse MarketWatch; Editor: Jason J.C. Russo.
Merial Human-Animal Bond Award: Erin Ryder; “Hoofing It with John Henry”; (22 entries); Published by TheHorse.com.
Honorable Mention: Self-Supported Magazine; Circulation 15,000 and over; (12 entries); Keeneland Magazine.
“We are deeply honored by this recognition and extend our congratulations to all of the evening’s award winners,” commented Stacy V. Bearse, President and CEO of Blood-Horse Publications. “The AHP Awards recognize the creativity and contributions of our entire team and their continued committed service to our loyal readers and to the equine industry.”
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