Arabian Finish Line: Arabian Racing’s Foremost Publication

Serving the global market for 28 years, Arabian Finish Line Magazine is a monthly publication celebrating the majesty of the Arabian racehorse and the intriguing people of the racing community. A definite “must-read” for anyone involved with Arabian horses, Arabian Finish Line is a valuable resource tool no racing professional should be without. Insightful, informative and entertaining, this magazine belongs in the hands of every Arabian horse enthusiast.

Readers will enjoy articles covering breeding and bloodlines, veterinary issues, and thought provoking commentary about the racing industry and Arabian horses in general. Spiced up with columns from insiders of the industry and letters to the editor, readers are inspired and entertained with bold opinions, controversy, humor and wit.

Stephanie R. Corum, Publisher & Editor in Chief

Stephanie CorumStephanie R. Corum has been devoted to horses ever since she first read Walter Farley’s The Black Stallion when she was a child.  She has competed in hunter, jumper, equitation, and eventing, but now concentrates mainly on dressage. Her current partner is an Arabian/Dutch Warmblood mare named Nadia’s Jewels. Stephanie has a Master’s Degree in Animal Science from the University of Kentucky where her focus was on equine genetics. She has spent many years working on horse farms as well as for The Jockey Club Information Systems, the Arabian Jockey Club and the Arabian Racing Cup.

As a freelance writer, Stephanie has written hundreds of articles on all facets of the horse industry and in 2014 she took over the publishing of Arabian Finish Line magazine. Stephanie tried a different venue by publishing her first children’s story, Goats With Coats and followed that up with Antics in the Attic. She’s had a fun time reading and speaking to groups from pre-schoolers to elementary kids, teens and adults. She currently lives in Frederick, Maryland with her husband, dog and three cats, and her horse is boarded nearby.