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Software Entrepreneur Acquires Equestrian Art from EAI

In June 2021, tech entrepreneur and racehorse owner, Graham Smith-Bernal, acquired the Newsells Park Stud, home to leading stallions Nathaniel and Without Parole. Set in 1200 acres of magnificent parkland on the Cambridgeshire and Hertfordshire borders, Newsells boasts one of the finest mansion house and stud complexes in the country.  The new owner beat some impressive heavy-hitters including international royalty […]
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Star Struck at Newbury

In late Summer of 2020, when British racing was managing to survive against the odds, the principal owner of one of this country’s leading racing studs and partnerships had the opportunity to see some of the racing paintings by Vineta Sayer  hanging in the Owners and Trainers’ Club at Newbury racecourse.  The man in question was Phil Cunningham, successful businessman […]
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A New Star Enters The Field

Janet Menzies, Fine Art columnist of The Field magazine saw the work of pop artist Dee Taylor at one of Equestrian Art International’s exhibitions at Cheltenham Racecourse and was immediately captivated by the colour, humour and originality of his paintings.  So much so, that she chose to feature Dee’s work in the January 2021 edition of the magazine. Dee’s work […]
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Up to the Challenge from Down Under

Commissions for our artists come in many forms and from many sources.  Equestrian Art International received an enquiry in August from the wife of one of Australia’s leading trainers.  She had seen the work of Roy Miller SEA, AAEA, one of the world’s foremost equestrian artists and was captivated by Roy’s impressionist style, which gave her the idea of a […]
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Portrait of a Polo Player

Well over 10 years ago, entrepreneur and ‘Captain of Industry’ Don Gibbs purchased his first polo painting by Vineta Sayer from our gallery exhibition at the finals of the Veuve Cliquot Gold Cup at Cowdray Park.  As a seasoned member of the Cheshire polo club it has always been his ambition to have his favourite artist paint an action portrait […]
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Cheltenham Festival 2020 Survives Corona Virus Shutdown

The 2020 Cheltenham Festival survived the Corona Virus shut-down by a whisker.  It was always going to be a tight run thing whether the Corona virus would force the cancellation of the world’s showcase National Hunt Festival on the eve of or as it transpired during the event or whether the meeting would go ahead following last November’s curtailed meeting […]
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New Fine Art Bespoke Jockey Silks Commissions in Oils by Martin Williams

From 1st March 2020, Equestrian Art International will be offering fine art bespoke commissions in oils of owners’ jockey silks and racehorses by internationally-acclaimed artist Martin Williams.  They are available in varying sizes and frame colours to suit individual decors and are priced at less than £2,000.  They are a top line addition to Martin’s very successful range of bespoke […]
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Some Commissions are Worth the Wait

To: John Thorley August 24th, 2019 Just a few words about a most special painting, The Drum Horse, which was made for me by Mr. Roy Miller. The history of this painting goes back almost 17 years when I first caught a glimpse of Mr. Miller’s work on a trip to London. I was having high tea at the Four […]
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Enable Stars at Ebor Meeting at York

The super stars – Enable and Stradivarius lived up to their billing at August’s Ebor festival at York.  Both horses won their respective Group races in style and added to their racing reputations as arguably the best middle-distance and long-distance racehorses respectively in the world. Equestrian Art International had on exhibition paintings of both horses by various artists, which were […]
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