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Tickets are now on sale to the Miami Beach Polo World Cup three-day world-class event from April 26-28th on the sands at Collins Park between 21st and 22nd street. This action-packed polo weekend is complete with VIP packages, shopping, and after-party events. Six international teams will compete for the coveted trophy with renowned polo players...

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The popularity of the Grand National is huge in the United Kingdom. No other racing event captures the hearts and minds of the people of the UK quite like the Grand National. It is a race that is popular even among children and housewives. The Grand National’s first race was run in the year 1839....

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It was a magnificent morning at the beautiful Fairlane Farms in the exquisite upscale equestrian community of Mallet Hill in Wellington, Florida for the preview of the latest Vivace saddle by Hermès. A picture-perfect venue was designed for Hermès  riders Caitlyn Connors, Karen Polle, and Lucy Deslauriers to learn and perform with Olympic equestrian, Anne...

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Both the Cheltenham festival and Grand National are getting ever nearer as connections put the final preparations in place for their horses. The National as ever looks to have a very open look to it, with a large number of horses appearing to have a realistic chance. Here we cover the credentials of the three...

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The Cheltenham festival is fast approaching with virtually all horses now having made their final race course preparations. This is set to be one of the most popular punting events of the season alongside the Grand national. Punters have already been busy looking to bet with bet365 on the Grand National 2019 as well as...

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It’s been a bumpy few months for organisers of the Cheltenham Festival (12th-15th March), which is Britain’s premier event for national hunt racing. For a start, there was the recent outbreak of equine flu, which briefly threatened the preparations of trainers with just a few weeks to go. And then, there was the criticisms of...

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Anybody that has owned a horse or spent time in the company of these stunning animals will know that, like humans, they can feel under the weather at times, too. The symptoms are often ‘humanistic’, from coughing and a runny nose to tiredness and lethargy. And to complete the analogy, these illnesses can often be...

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The Winter Equestrian Festival is an exciting time for both horses, riders, friends, and family in Wellington, Florida. The “who’s who” of the equestrian scene is out and about, and looking your best both in and out of the show ring is essential. Whether you’re career-driven professional outside of the equestrian industry, or you have...

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While there are many shades of grey, perhaps even fifty shades (or more), grey is a neutral tone between black and white that symbolizes a sophisticated serenity. Grey is a trending tone in both fashion and home decor for 2019, and we’re excited to show you how to incorporate this beautiful hue into your style with 5 great tips. All photos in this post were taken by Nicole Shultz Photography of Wellington, Florida unless noted otherwise.  Photo by: Nicole Shultz Photography Own a Dappled Grey Horse (j/k- but, not really…) Let’s face it, don’t we all just swoon over a beautiful dappled grey at the horse show? But then, we think about the ‘keeping him/her clean’ situation and cringe… The endless manure stain dilemma is everyone’s nightmare with these ‘majestic colored ‘unicorn’ grey horses, right? They are the easiest to photograph and they stand out well against a sea of dark bays in the hack classes. And, when you find the ‘perfect one’, you don’t even think twice about keeping him or her clean, because they truly become your ‘unicorn’ horse. Dappled grey horses not only catch our eye, but they create the ultimate inspiration for style color palates and [...]
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Equestrian Stylist by Equestrian Stylist - 1M ago
Horse racing has certainly generated its fair share of standout performers over the years.  From those who have enjoyed unrivalled success in the big events, to those who consistently perform week in and week out, there are plenty of contenders to debate as the greatest ever.  Here, we take a look at some of the best race horses the sport has ever witnessed.  Seabiscuit A symbol of hope to many Americans during the Great Depression, Seabiscuit had a glittering career that generated over $430,000 of prize money. His major wins included the Scarsdale Handicap, Massachusetts Handicap, Brooklyn Handicap, Riggs Handicap, Bay Meadows Handicap, Agua Caliente Handicap, Harve de Grace Handicap, San Antonio Handicap and Santa Anita Handicap.  Furthermore, Seabiscuit was victorious in the Hollywood Gold Cup and also in the Pimlico Special, seeing off rival War Admiral in a classic. He was also named U.S. Horse of the Year in 1938 and has been the subject of many films, including the 2003 hit Seabiscuit.  https://www.equestrianstylist.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/IMG_1969.mp4 American Pharaoh Ridden by Victor Espinoza, American Pharaoh was the only horse to win the Grand Slam of Thoroughbred horse racing – The Triple Crown (Kentucky Derby, Belmont Stakes, and Preakness Stakes), along with the [...]
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