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Summer is nearly over ...
... and it's time for the Sighthound Review FALL issue already! This is a reminder to please contact us right away to reserve your space in the Fall issue: the official deadline has closed but our brilliant graphic designer, Theresa M. Lyons, may still be able to get your ad in. She is great at working with "late" ads, but in order to get the magazine out in time (late September/early October) we need to prepare editorials, etc. - so please contact us immediately. No guarantees ... but we'll try!

         A color page costs just $250, a 2-page color spread $460, including professional design, proof approval and a complimentary advertiser's copy (if you let us have an address in advance). Additional pages are $230 each. It's even less expensive if you sign up for our discount "Ouch-Free advertising" program: $70 per month gets you a full page in every issue for a year!     

         You may be able to get a position up front in the magazine for only $50 extra per page. Those pages are going fast, so please let us know ASAP.

          Here's a partial, provisional glance at what you can look forward to in this issue:

    * Two different, extremely successful Sighthound breeders are working on a Breeder's Forum - we will print them as soon as possible. I can promise you will learn a lot from both;

    * We have a follow-up on Gretchen Bernardi's "Shows That Matter" feature by Allan Reznik;

    * Caroline Coile is working on an in-depth survey and inventory of the various problems that besiege the different Sighthound breeds;

    * An article on the Genetic Diversity Test by Whippet and Italian Greyhound fancier Susan Salladay, RN, Ph.D.;

    * New series: Text and photos of ALL past national specialty shows for ALL the Sighthound breeds possible! We haven't decided which breed to start with but have some great historical photos;

    * A report from the Lompoc weekend in California by WSCS President Cathy Chapman with photos and judges' comments;

    * Photographs and results from the big Sighthound shows in Sweden (Skokloster) and Germany (Donaueschingen), with write-ups by Russell McFadden, Michael Canalizo, Simon Tien Hansen and Anna Szabò - plus a special report from a Sighthound show in Latvia by Jocelyne Gagne;

    * "Sighthound Spectacular" results and photos from Santa Barbara Kennel Club;

    *  Bettina Fredrix' report from a truly unique event in France that's limited to "rare" Sighthound breeds, with lots of photos of Azawakhs, Sloughis, Chart Polskis, etc.;

    * The Saluki Club of America national specialty report, with great photos and comments by officials and judges;

    * A report by the judge with pictures of the winners from the Australian national specialty for Whippets with over 200 dogs entered;

    * If there's space we'll include another "Looking Back..." feature with old photos of famous Sighthounds and Sighthound people;

    * We're also hoping for more of Patience Renzulli's and Denise Flaim's brilliant, thought-provoking pieces. There's a dynamite, actually quite controversial, Letters section with both "good" and "critical" opinions from our readers - and a poetic (and beautiful!) piece from Sir Terence Clark.

"Supreme BIS" at the German Sighthound specialty at Donaueschingen with judge Michael Canalizo center. Photo Anna Szabò
Russell McFadden with his BOB and BOS at the Swedish Whippet Club national specialty. Photo Simon Hansen
Costume class at the Saluki Club of America national specialty. Photo Warren Cook
Spanish Galgos coursing at the SLAG specialty show for "rare Sighthounds" in France. Photo Marc Goetstouwers

You will definitely want to be a part of this issue.

Call Theresa at (908) 256-9534, email her at or just contact me at - we look forward to hearing from you ASAP.

Enjoy your Sighthounds!

Publisher & Editor-in-Chief
Mailing address: SIGHTHOUND REVIEW
P.O. Box 10, Ojai, CA 93024, USA

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Every dog show enthusiast should make an effort to attend the fourth "modern" Morris & Essex Kennel Club show in Somerset, New Jersey on Thursday, October 1st. This was one of the biggest dog shows in the world during the first half of the 1900s, before being cancelled in 1958. In its new incarnation - the show is now held only once every five years: in 2000, 2005, 2010 and 2015 - it's a wonderful reminder of what dog shows at their best can be like. There are specialties or supported entries for 120 breeds, including most of the Sighthounds. We hope to see you there.

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Other magazines charge a lot more for much less, so why waste your dollars? We know that many judges save each issue and study them carefully. Trust me, it helps to be seen in the "best company," which is what Sighthound Review is about!

Contact Theresa M. Lyons at 908-256-9534 or email as soon as possible, or contact me at to reserve space.   

Finally, a magazine devoted solely to Sighthounds that's not just beautiful to look at, but filled with must-read articles and commentary from breed experts the world over!

Since its inception in 1984, SIGHTHOUND REVIEW has been known for its insightful stories, gorgeous layouts and influential commentary. And now, the most respected name in Sighthound magazines is back, with founder Bo Bengtson as editor-in-chief.

Our ad rates are unbelievably affordable ($250 for full-color ... before discounts). Our editorial content is better than ever -- engrossing features that will get judges and subscribers reading and reacting.

Editor-in-Chief Bo Bengtson
P.O. Box 10
Ojai, CA 93024

Graphic Design Specialist
Theresa M. Lyons
4 Lee Place, Bridgewater, NJ 08807

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