Horse Hubby Calendar Contest 2015

Susan Friedland-Smith's 'kooky' Horse Hubby Mark makes regular appearances on her blog, Saddle Seeks Horse
Susan Friedland-Smith’s ‘kooky’ Horse Hubby Mark makes regular appearances on her blog, Saddle Seeks Horse

Horse Hubbies do the darndest things! They look super sexy cleaning stalls, and absolutely fabu-ridiculous when resting atop mighty steeds (or clinging desperately to the smallest of ponies). Whether you are a horse husband yourself, or merely ‘own and operate one,’ you most certainly have a trove of outstanding, awe-inspiring, and hilarious action shots. If only there was a way to immortalize these images for the ages!, in partnership with EquiBox Equestrian, is delighted to announce its First Annual Horse Hubby Calendar Contest!

Contest Rules

  1. Submit a horse hubby picture and a brief narrative.  If you are a horse hubby (including horse husbands, boyfriends, and horse show dads), this means submitting a picture of yourself.  If you are not a horse hubby, then it means submitting a picture of your husband. Please do not submit a photograph of someone else’s husband.  That would be weird.Narratives should provide some kind of descriptive and humorous context to the submitted image. Narratives will be displayed alongside entries during the open voting period, and will be included in the final calendar itself. Maximum narrative length is 150 words.You must own the rights to both the image and narrative you submit. By entering the contest, you agree to the sponsors’ use of your name and submitted materials in any media for any commercial, advertising or trade purpose without limitation or further compensation, unless prohibited by law.Only one entry per horse hubby will be accepted. Email submissions to Timothy Harfield at
  2. Image Format.  Images should be 300 dpi 3,000px X 2,550px in jpeg format.  The dimensions and resolution are important, since winning images will be printed. Download a template HERE
  3. Submission Deadline.  Images must be received no later than October 31, 2015
  4. Prizes.  The twelve photos that receive the most community votes will be heralded from the rooftops for their awesomeness, and will be published in the 2015 Horse Hubby Calendar. Winners will also each receive one free copy of the published calendar, which they may install wherever they would like: wall, refrigerator, barn, bathroom, etc.
  5. Judging.  Submitted images and narratives will be posted to and selected by community voting. Community voting will open on November 2, 2015, and close on November 14, 2015. Final decisions will be made by the contest sponsors, and announced on Monday, November 16, 2015.
  6. Eligibility.  U.S. and Canadian residents only.


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