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The Perfect Gift?

The Perfect Gift?

Looking for that original gift for the racing enthusiast who has everything?  Well we just may have the perfect solution.  John Pinfold, a long term collector of EAI equestrian art is a celebrated historian, researcher and author of National Hunt racing and the Grand National in particular.  John saw his first Grand National in 1967 and has witnessed all but two runnings of the world's greatest

 
Cheltenham Festival 2016 Update

Cheltenham Festival 2016 Update

Equestrian Art International's performance at this year's Cheltenham Festival achieved a new record in terms of sales and prices for 13th consecutive year in a row.  This achievement was even more pleasing because of the upheaval and disruption caused by the re-development of the Cheltenham course in recent years, which has resulted in the Shopping Village becoming much more of a 'destination'

 
NSIF Annual Polo Day at Guards Windsor - 26th May

NSIF Annual Polo Day at Guards Windsor - 26th May

On Thursday 26th May, the Nicholls Spinal Injuries Fund (NSIF) will be holding their second annual polo fund raising day at Guards polo club Windsor.  The event will take place during the Cartier Queen's Cup, one of the most prestigious polo tornaments in the world.  Guests will have the chance to view some of the finest contemporary equestrian art from Equestrian Art International.  Featured a

 
What is in store for 2016

What is in store for 2016

Equestrian Art will be exhibiting at some new venues in 2016.

 
Equestrian Art Exhibits at St Leger Festival, Doncaster

Equestrian Art Exhibits at St Leger Festival, Doncaster


Following on from a successful fund raising exhibition at Doncaster Racecourse in aid of Racing Welfare, the charity set up to support the workforce in the horse racing industry, Equestrian Art were invited to exhibit at the 2015 St leger Festival.

 
Heir to the French Fauvist Artist Raoul Dufy

Heir to the French Fauvist Artist Raoul Dufy

Equestrian Art welcomes on board Russian artist Elvira Pyrkova, a rare and outstanding talent whose style is reminiscent of the great Fauvist artist Raoul Dufy.  Raoul's paintings became very fashionable and collectable and typify the hedonistic lifestyles of the rich and famous in the early decades of the twentieth century, especially in the world of horse racing and polo.

 
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Yet Another Record Breaking Cheltenham Festival

The Cheltenham Festival 2014 was always going to be a hard act to follow with a record breaking performance for the 11th consecutive year.  The on-going building and new developments at Cheltenham throughout the last 12 months had resulted in a new location for the Retail Village, which made it more remote and difficult to find for the regular shoppers.

 
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Equestrian Art Boosts Leading Children's Charity in Hong Kong

On behalf of Equestrian Art, Susan Fabbro was recently privileged to participate in The HUB Hong Kong Charity Ball.  This charity originated from the Bill Crews Foundation in Australia and was co-founded in Hong Kong two years ago by David Boehm and Bruce Stinson.  It raises money for disadvvantaged children across Asia and seeks to assist them by providing the means through education, social h

 
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Record Revenues at Cheltenham Open Meeting

With the re-development of Cheltenham, the 2014 Open meeting in November posed a number of interesting logistical problems with exhibitors, not least of which was a new location 'far from the madding crowd'.  However that did not put off our regular customers and collectors finding us and the new larger stand resulted in a 25 per cent increase in sales over the same event last year.

 
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World Exclusive - Treve in Training for Record 3rd Arc


Following this year's victory for the second year running in the Prix de L'Arc at Longchamp, Europe's richest horserace, owner Sheikh Joaan of Qatar and trainer Criquette Head-Maarek felt that super-horse Treve had justifiably earned her retirement.  However such is Treve's zest for life and superior speed and stamina, both trainer and owner, are re-considering their options f

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