Posts Tagged equestrian course builders


Discount Artificial Flowers for Equestrian Events

Equestrian course builders order discount artificial flowers to decorate their horse jumps.  Artificial flowers and plants work well for equestrian events because they are not as fragile as real flowers and they can be reused over and over. Today’s artificial flowers look more realistic than ever and the prices has gone down. Exciting new artificial […]

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Faux Boxwood Hedge Shines On Equestrian Courses

  The equestrian eventing season has come to an end. The horses have been turned out for their holiday and riders have hung up their eventing saddles for the moment. Aside from the occasional winter horse trials held in the sunnier states, most eventing schedules have entered their lull. However, just because the eventing season […]

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Builders Employ Artificial Boxwood Bush At Galway Downs

The Galway Downs Horse Trials in Temecula, California, have officially come to an end. The equestrians and their horses have all returned to their homes. The courses will be used for training and other, smaller events, and the course designers have returned to their drawing boards to plan and envision next year’s courses. Galway Downs […]

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Equestrians Rely On Artificial Brush

The horses who compete in 3-day equestrian events are known for their beauty and stamina. The cross country and show jumping courses they compete on need to have the same characteristics. World-class designers such as Ian Stark, Greg Schlappi, Tremaine Cooper, Bert Wood, and Derek di Grazia use artificial brush and flowers to create and decorate […]

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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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