In this issue you can read about Surfers Paradise in Queensland–a town that breathes horse racing, Lester Piggott who turns 80-years-old in November, Cajun racing, before Before American Pharoah was king and much more! Read the editorial here!Read More
FOR THE LOVE OF RACING.
YOUR NEW FEEL-GOOD MAGAZINE
We love racing. The combination of adrenaline and beauty. The global language of horses and racing people. It doesn’t matter if it’s bread-and-butter racing in the north of Sweden in freezing mud or a prestige-event in Middle East.
Gallop Magazine is the first global horse racing magazine. A magazine for all the millions of people who love racing, but who are not necessarily die-hard-racing fans. Yet.
We call it a feel-good-magazine. All about horse racing. We tell stories about people and horses. We explain things. We show how racing is done in other countries – or climates. And we publish the coolest photos around.There are so many stories to tell. And we want to tell them.
We hope you will enjoy reading Gallop Magazine as much as we enjoy making it.
Mats & Catarina Genberg
There is always a story to tell. We tell it.
Our brand new winter issue is here. And it brings you some of our best stories ever. Like a “from the saddle” view of the Grand National, a portrait of super trainer Criquette Head-Maarek and a visit to one of the most exciting racing countries right now–Turkey. Read the editorial here.Read More
Who cares if it’s a star or not.
At 5 in the morning every race horse is a creature of magic beauty.
”WHY DON’T YOU MAKE THAT MAGAZINE IN ENGLISH?
WE NEED SOMETHING THAT SHOWS THE BEAUTY OF OUR SPORT”
Stud farm manager, Kentucky
WHAT'S UP IN THE WORLD OF GALLOP MAGAZINE?
(This is the editorial from Gallop Magazine 3/2015) … THEY’RE NOT. But they are often misunderstood. Let’s face it—the world of equestrian sports is divided. Show jumpers don’t understand dressage. Those who ride ”English” don’t understand western riding (and vice versa). However, the one thing most have in common is the fact that they don’t understand horse […]Read More
(This is the editorial from Gallop Magazine 2/2015) WHEN THE GREY smoke turns white people at the S:t Peter´s Square in Rome know what will happen. The conclave of the cardinals is over, a decision has been made, and in a few minutes the Cardinal Protodeacon will step out on a balcony and utter the long […]Read More
The hand made Italian riding shoes and boots from Alberto Fasciani has been around for decades, but we never cease to be amazed by the constant refinement of the brand’s leather products. Fasciani’s taylormade, unique boots are beyond exquisite. What most people see though, are the classic lines of footwear. New this year is the comfortable but elegant Oxana woman’s boot […]Read More
First class too regular for you? Private jet too tight? And you do not happen to be head of state anywhere? Well, fear not! Emirates Air-lines has the perfect solution for anyone who wants to come home in style. Emirates Executive is an Airbus 319 aircraft (that normally seats about 125 people) that has been […]Read More
Single Malts may be delicate, but many of us racing folks have a little extra feeling for Kentucky Bourbon. Not least if it comes from Blanton’s which have the good taste of fitting their corks with miniature metal race horses! There are eight different designs. When placed in order, spelling ”B L A N T […]Read More
Kroops started as a boot maker company in Maryland, but in 1947 the company revolutionized the sport by inventing the jockey goggle. It was a design so effective that even after 66 years, it is still the staple of almost every jockey in the world. If you see a pair off jockey goggles marked with […]Read More
It must be said right away—when the Russian watchmaker Konstantin Chaykin manufactures watches, it’s not about timing or timekeeping. We’re talking about ultimate mind candy on a high level. Watch geeks discuss details about them that we mortals do not even know exist. Chaykin’s last creation “Cinema Watch” contains a mechanically animated galloping horse, and […]Read More
THE HORSE LAMP by Swedish design trio Front for dutch company Moooi is already a classic. Standing 2,4 meters tall it is as Moooi says “a touch of nature in fairytale style and genuine madness”. A piece of furniture to fall in love with at first sight or hate forever. About €4.000 or $5.300 www.moooi.comRead More
ARKLE, HYPERION, GOODWOOD are names that are familiar to all Brittish racing fans. They are also names for really cool handbags from Osprey London. The company’s customer club even has a logo that look just like a VIP badge from an English race course. Prices start at about 550 Euro. www.ospreylondon.comRead More
Did you know that french luxury brand Hermes originaly was a saddlery. And even today they manufacture a wide array of very exclusive tack. But even for the non-rider there is a lot of horse in many of the brands products. Such as this handbag with matching purse(s). Just look at the handle … www.hermes.comRead More
IT MIGHT LOOK like something from Star Wars but it’s Sony’s DEV-5 digital binoculars. Why would one want that? Well – you watch a horse race (with binoculars of course) and the very second it’s over you want to see it again. What did your jockey do? Why did this (or that) happen? What happened […]Read More
Racing is not always about champagne and strawberries.
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