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October 24, 2012

2012/2013 Edition of L’Année Hippique Now Available

L’Année Hippique, back for its 62nd year as the classic equestrian yearbook, is now available for anyone looking for the perfect gift for any horselover.

The 2012 edition of L’Année Hippique provides news, results and special feature articles detailing the past year of international equestrian sport. It also features beautiful color pictures taken by some of the world’s best equestrian photographers.

Included is complete coverage of the Rolex FEI World Cup Show Jumping season, the Reem Acra FEI World Cup Dressage season, the FEI Nation Cup Series, and many of the best events of the world. With 2012 being an Olympic year, this edition also includes coverage of the equestrian competition in London during the 2012 Olympic Games.

Special interviews and articles include a feature on U.S. Olympian Rich Fellers, and a special behind the scenes look at the London Olympics with Tim Hadaway, Competition Manager for the equestrian events at the 2012 Olympic Games.  

Once again, Best Communications and Management (BCM), publisher of L’Année Hippique, is proud to announce the annual Best Events awards. Members of the International Rider Club voted the Best Events (Indoors and Outdoors) and the Rider of the Year, in the three Olympic disciplines of dressage, jumping and eventing. 

The newest edition of L’Année Hippique, published in English, will be available starting November 9.  It makes an excellent gift. 44,000 hardcover copies are published annually and sent to more than 80 countries all over the globe. 

To order L’Année Hippique at €77,50 each (includes Shipping & Handling, translates to $101 as of mid-October), please call Classic Communications at (508) 698-6810 or email info@classic-communications.com.  Visa, MasterCard, and American Express are all welcomed when ordering.  Discounts are available for orders of five books or more. 

 
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