I subscribe to Practical Horseman, and enjoy it. I know it’s down to quarterly (vs monthly), but there’s good content in there. I don’t have time to read a monthly magazine anyway!
I love Jimmy Wofford’s columns (even though I’m a hunter, not an eventer). He has so much to teach and a great perspective. His writing style always makes me smile.
I also like the longer format in PH articles that you don’t get elsewhere. They get professionals to write out step-by-step exercises and have photos that go with most of the steps. Horses and training are complex, so I find the breakdown helpful.
Beezie taking over the Jumping Clinic is great, too, and sometimes I follow the QR code to see the video that goes with her commentary.
Having articles written by a variety of professionals is good for the pros who are excellent regionally, but gives them a national forum.
The drawings on the last page (one of the things they moved over from Dressage Today) always gives an interesting visual/analogy, too.
Maybe I just learn best by reading! I’m sure equestrian print magazines will continue to have to evolve to more online, but having a print magazine is still enjoyable to me.
I probably should subscribe to COTH (haven’t been a subscriber in a long time) to give it another try.