Archive for September, 2014


Artificial Flowers Showcased At Copper Meadows’ Course

The Horse Trials at Copper Meadows are the perfect example of the  expanding equestrian eventing community. During the September 5-7 show, horses and riders from all over the country traveled  to Ramona, California to compete on designer and owner, James Atkinson’s, first CIC 3* and Advanced courses. Course builders Tremaine Cooper, Tommy Neneman, and David Koss worked […]

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Course Builders Use Artificial Brush

Even if you are not accustomed to Equestrian Eventing, you probably know that it originated in England. It began as a way for military men to display their discipline and bravery to spectators. When eventing moved to the United States, it was a common statement that one still had to train in England to be […]

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