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Snapshot With the popularity of other sports such as cricket, football and basketball, equestrian sports got off to a slow start when the Barbados Show Jumping Federation was formed in the 1960s. However, after a brief existence, this organization was dissolved and subsequently replaced in the 1970s by the Barbados Equestrian Association (BEA). In order
I never thought about all of the things I wanted to do in Barbados before the good Lord called me home before, so coming up with this list was a bit more challenging than expected. However, most of what I have come up with have to do with a lot of the physical, adventure activities
Over the years, Barbadians have adopted many games as their own. These include rounders, pitching marbles, hopscotch, and warri. However, how many of the games currently played across the island have actually originated in Barbados? The answer is: not very many. In this article, we will feature those popular games with origins in Barbados. Strictly
The month of March features several important events on the Barbados’ yearly calendar, both sporting and entertainment wise. See below for our collection of 11 things to do this month. Sandy Lane Gold Cup Date: 3rd March Location: Garrison Savannah, St. Michael Start time: 1pm Horse racing in Barbados is a time honoured tradition, but the pinnacle
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The month of February is traditionally known as the month of love. However, this month’s “Things to DO” special includes several fun-filled events ideal for friends and family: Girlfriends Expo Dates: 4th and 5th February Time: 12pm to 10pm Venue: The Barbados Concorde Experience, Christ Church For a weekend of fun, flair, fashion
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