Posts Tagged galway downs


Artificial Grass, Flowers, and Brush Used At Galway Downs

The countdown to the Galway Downs is growing smaller and smaller. Horses and riders from all over the United States have begun their trek to California in anticipation of the horse trials. From October 30 – November 2, Temecula will be the temporary home for the best equestrians in the country. Course builder, Bert Wood, […]

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Artificial Brush Adds Beauty To Prestigious Galway Downs

October might have you thinking of Halloween, costumes, and candy, but here at Geranium Street Floral, we have our sights set on something a little different: the Galway Downs International Event in Temecula, California. Equestrians and their horses’ will be pouring into California from all over the world to compete in this prestigious three day […]

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Course Builders Advance Skills With Artificial Brush

While equestrian eventing is a classic sport that has survived throughout the centuries, current course builders and designers are certainly not afraid of implementing modern technologies and strategies to improve the beauty and safety of their courses. Course builders like Bert Wood pass on their knowledge to students like James Atkinson, who in turn passes […]

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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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