Archives: Venues


The historic and famous Veuve Cliquot Gold Cup Polo finals  are held here at the Cowdray Park Polo Club, Midhurst, West Sussex every year in July.  It is the highlight of the UK polo competition calendar, equivalent to the FA Cup final for soccer.  Set in the grounds of the Cowdray Park estate, it is the perfect setting on a […]

Aiken Thoroughbred Racing Hall of Fame & Museum

The Aiken Thoroughbred Racing Hall of Fame and Museum celebrates all that is best in both flat race horses and steeplechasers from 1942 through to the present day.  Among the many racehorses inducted into the ATRHFM are the legendary Kelso, Horse of the Year 1960-4 and rated #4 of the top 100 American racehorses of the 20th century as compiled […]


The ‘home of National Hunt racing’, this racecourse is the favorite of every jump racing enthusiast boasting arguably the most famous National Hunt festival in the world. Equestrian Art held its very first exhibition here in 2002. We are normally located in the ‘tented  village’.  Our exhibition stand no. can be confirmed for each meeting by reference to our exhibitions […]

International Polo Club, Palm Beach, Florida

The International Polo Club of Palm Beach, Florida, is the home of the US Polo championships held there in April each year. It is also the venue of the 40 Goal challenge polo match, so called because each player in both teams have the maximum 10 goal handicap the highest in competitive polo.  The players who compete in this match […]


The first record of racing beginning at York occurred in 1530.  The original racecourse was much subjected to flooding and moved to its Knavesmire location in the 18th century recording its first meeting in 1530. Situated just outside the city centre, the famous grandstands of York racecourse dominate the skyline.  York boasts some of the largest racegoer attendances of any […]

Newbury Racecourse

Newbury Racecourse, acknowledged as one of the premier racing venues in the UK sponsors The Greatwood Charity fund-raising efforts with whom Equestrian Art UK have recently become associated. The racecourse is based in Berkshire at RG14 7NZ.

Newmarket July & Rowley

Newmarket was first popularised by James I who established a hunting lodge there in 1605 which became a favourite haunt of his and the Royal Court.  The first recorded race on heath was between Lord Salisbury and the Marquis of Buckingham in 1622.  The racecourse was officially opened in 1636. The headquarters of British horseracing and home to the largest […]

Qatar Racing & Equestrian Club

Equestrian Art International have been invited to exhibit at this year’s prestigious HH Emir’s Sword 3 day racing Festival running from 26-28 February in Doha. The Racing Club is based on Al Farousiya St, Al Rayyan in Doha.

The National Steeplechase Museum, Camden, South Carolina, USA

The National Steeplechase Museum, located in Camden, South Carolina is host to Equestrian Art’s ‘Horsepower from Across the Pond’ exhibition being held in April 2014. The museum is sited at Springdale Racecourse, 200 Knights Hill Rd, Camden, SC 29020.

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