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Living Legends

September 5, 2019

To Our Valued Readers Of PONIES 24-7!

This issue of PONIES 24-7 is a very significant milestone in our digital magazine’s history, as we have made our first venture into the international horse racing and lifestyle markets, namely Australia!

Our Cover story features Dr. Andrew Clarke, CEO and Veterinary Director of Melbourne’s Living Legends, home to several retired Thoroughbred champion horses.  Andrew is also a very familiar name to our PONIES 24-7 Canadian readers, having spent several years in the country with a local research center. This combined with the fact that Living Legends and all of its history, is fast becoming one of Melbourne’s leading tourist attractions, certainly made the article a natural fit for us. Added to this, is that we have just launched a new and more active web site, which enables us now to offer more premium content through a ‘PONIES 24-7 EXCLUSIVE VIP MEMBERSHIP’ where for the special introductory 1 year price of $11.95, you can become a member and have access to regular newsletters, worldwide horse racing and lifestyle features, plus 24-hour access to exclusive members only content on the new PONIES 24-7 web site.

We appreciate the distribution program in place with Living Legends, where you are and will continue to receive PONIES 24-7’s digital magazine on a bi-monthly basis. With that being said though, the future success of, Living Legends depends on monies derived from ancillary programs including sponsorships and donations, and it is the latter that we have tailored a special Membership program for you. For every VIP Membership sold through our Living Legends distribution relationship, PONIES 24-7 will donate $3.00 to Living Legends, which is obviously, a win/win for all parties!

To take advantage of this special offer and to support Living, click HERE

Larry Simpson
Larry Simpson PONIES 24-7, Publisher

Ponies 247 INC. and through their products and website encourage responsible handicapping.

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