What is it that makes a course of jumps really impress a horse, rider, and spectator? Obviously, the height of the jumps and the technical aspect of the course design play a significant role, but the decorations surrounding all those jumps can provide the ‘wow’ factor. Evie Frisque of Bond Head, ON, is recognized as one of the most accomplished course decorators in the industry and has worked with some of the best course designers in the world. If you attended or watched coverage of the 2015 Pan American Games at the Caledon Equestrian Park in Palgrave, the 2017 World Cup Finals in Omaha, or the Royal Agricultural Winter Fair in Toronto, then you have seen some of Evie’s work. Evie got her start in course decorating at the Royal in 2006, and credits her success to having the eye of an interior decorator along with her past experience as…
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