Author Archives: Eric T. Bull

About Eric T. Bull

Eric is skilled at translating the language that horse people speak and turning their ideas into concrete, precise measurements and designs to achieve ideal construction. While every jump created by ETB has the same stamp of quality, our designs are unique and no two courses turn out exactly the same.

Gearing Up for the New Year

Once again we will be the course builders for the Wellington Eventing Showcase, January 5-6, which is similar to what we did last year. This is an easy year for us at this event since we are using jumps that … Continue reading

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Making Improvements to Plantation Field

While nobody sitting at home is thinking about Plantation Field yet, a lot of people behind the scenes are thinking about it and taking steps to improve the course for next year’s event. We just finished doing all the dirt … Continue reading

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2016 Fair Hill International

Last weekend we wrapped up the Fair Hill International CCI3* and CCI2*. To start with, it was probably the most amazing Fair Hill weather week possible! In fact it was probably the nicest weather of the year – it’s rare … Continue reading

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This blog entry originally appeared on HorseCollaborative.com in June, 2015. While we are not currently looking for help here at ETB, it’s worth reading over the job description if you’ve ever considered building horse jumps for a living. We are … Continue reading

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The Pros and Cons of Frangible Pins

  This blog first appeared on HorseCollaborative.com in September, 2015 This year’s Plantation Field International was a really similar course to last year, but things got interesting on Sunday with a lot of horses galloping home without their riders. I … Continue reading

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Let us help you achieve your goals with your young horses…

Most simply, small, inviting fences help get horses going and confident while leading them down a road in their training to where they can answer a more complicated question. In buying a small set of portables and building a small … Continue reading

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Spring Maintenance For Schooling Jumps

Spring has come early for most of us this year and now is the best time to get your schooling jumps and footing prepared for some serious fun. Think of it as spring cleaning—a little maintenance will make your jumps … Continue reading

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