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Home | More About Us | Chad Mendell, Editor

Chad Mendell, Editor

Chad Mendell is the editor of and the co-host of the Equestrian Social Media Boot Camp and Mastermind Program.


He has authored more than 300 articles and produced nearly 200 educational videos. Over the years, he has worked with companies such as Pfizer Animal Health, Intervet, Merial and Bayer Animal Health to launch new products and educational projects. Chad also writes and speaks on marketing and business topics for the top horse professional associations such as the American Equine Trade Association, United Professional Horseman's Association, and the American Horse Publications.

He is the former executive editor of The Horse: Your Guide To Equine Health Care and where he developed an array of online educational products from videos, newsletters, and live webinars. In 2010, he founded CowDog Media, an inbound marketing and web development company focused on helping businesses be more than just a point of purchase for their customers by helping them become an invaluable resource. Additionally, He and his wife own and operate a 34-stall boarding stable near Lexington, KY, where they train, sell and show their own reining horses. 

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