Act now for special pricing coinciding with start of extensive summer show schedule including London Olympic Games
Wellington, FL – June 5, 2012 – PhelpsSports.com, the equestrian world’s most talked about, most comprehensive, and fastest growing equestrian news website, is offering extensive summer coverage of a wide array of the most important equestrian events across the United States and around the world.
But the time to take advantage of that exceptional coverage, with our always popular sizzling summer membership sale, is running out at PhelpsSports.com!
The Summer Sale comes to a close at midnight on Sunday night, June 10th.
All yearly memberships, normally priced at $80, have been reduced to only $60 for this special summer sale. And all lifetime subscriptions - for a very limited time only - are on sale now for an amazing price of only $250!
Take advantage of the summer sale today, at www.PhelpsSports.com!
PhelpsSports.com has received enthusiastic reviews for this year’s detailed coverage of the U.S. Olympic Selection Trials, the Winter Equestrian Festival, HITS Ocala and Thermal, the Gene Mische American Invitational and this year’s exciting Rolex FEI World Cup Finals in the Netherlands, but with those events already in the record books, it’s time to look ahead to what’s next.
Next up on the coverage agenda are across-the-board appearances, all the way from Kentucky to Calgary, Canada, to London, England.
Key stops along the spring and summer trail will include numerous weeks at the Kentucky Summer Horse Shows and the North American Junior and Young Rider Championships at the Horse Park in Lexington.
In addition, PhelpsSports.com has been recognized as the only American equestrian website, year after year, to have a reporter and photographer on the ground for all of the action, from the five weeks of competition at Spruce Meadows in Calgary, Canada.
Spruce Meadows gets underway this week. Don’t miss out on our special coverage!
The PhelpsSports.com summer agenda also includes stops at the Blenheim Equisports Horse Shows in Southern California, the Brandywine series in Devon, Pennsylvania, the return of the American Gold Cup in Old Salem, New York, two weeks in Lake Placid, New York, the Fidelity Jumper Classic, the USEF Pony Finals, the $100,000 USHJA International Hunter Derby and the Hampton Classic and much, much more.
The PhelpsSports.com world-wide coverage will be extensive as well, highlighted by reports from all of the 2012 FEI Nations Cup Series events, the entire 2012 Global Champions Tour, and when the show jumping world travels to London for the Olympic Games, PhelpsSports.com will be there as well with in-depth reports.
All of this noteworthy event reporting is accompanied by the sport’s most popular columnists, including the reports from the always compelling Karen Robinson and the highly-popular gossip correspondents, Buffy and Nell. Bjorn Van Bunder reports from the center of the horse world in Europe, C.J. Cohick, with his in-depth analysis of the industry issues of the day and Eduardo Tame takes us down Mexico Way. Kenneth Kraus’ in-depth interviews with the sport’s most important participants are always the talk of day and Rebecca Walton’s Saturday Night Spotlight, has received rave reviews. Dave Ballard, Fred Glueckstein, Eliza McGraw, Bob Goddard and Krysia Nelson also contribute monthly reports.
PhelpsSports.com is the high performance home page for high performance equestrians worldwide.
With thousands of members based in sixty-six different countries around the globe, PhelpsSports.com has risen to the top of the charts of popularity among knowledgeable equestrians worldwide.
And now, during this exciting summer membership special, you can purchase a yearly subscription for the incredible sale price of only $60. That’s only 16 cents a day for the best equestrian news and commentary coverage anywhere on the web.
If you prefer, you can take advantage of the lifetime membership sale price of only $250, but for a limited time only.
Please act quickly though, the summer membership sale ends on Sunday night at midnight!