Equestrian Influence

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Hermes

  With the rise of the automobile, the train and modern vehicles in general, the horse has lost its place as the premier working animal in much of the Western W... Read More...
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Man and Horse

Round-hoof’d, short-jointed, fetlocks shag and long, broad breast, full eye, small head and nostril wide, high crest, short ears, straight legs and passing st... Read More...

Western Movies

The Western genre is set in the American West (trans-Mississippi including Mexico and Canada) during the time period from 1803 to 1915, though the end of the Am... Read More...
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British Equestrian Art

In the different world of the eighteenth, nineteenth and early twentieth centuries the wealthy had far more time to follow their pleasurable pursuits, not the least of which was hunting. Hunting men have always been, by the very nature of their sport, men of courage and character. The pleasures of hunting are well summed up by R.S. Surtees...