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Virtual Horsemen Celebrate 10 years!

Virtual Horsemen Celebrate 10 years!

This year, we're celebrating our 10th season as a virtual aerobatic team! We would like to thank everyone who has helped us in our quest so far, whether it be the real Horsemen for their on-going guidance and support, to our camera men, narrators support crew - none...

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Ep #3 – VFAT Preparation

Ep #3 – VFAT Preparation

So, it's certainly been a long while since we posted an update in our training blog... As mentioned previously, we have now recommenced our regular training program in preparation for VFAT 2016. For this years event, all 3 pilots will be flying from Pman's house on a...

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Team Update

Team Update

So, it's been a little while since our last post and I thought I would write an update about the latest developments in the team. After our 2 ship performance at Thunder Over The Net, we took a break over the summer to focus on our real life show commitments at IWM...

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The Virtual Horsemen Live at VA3!

The Virtual Horsemen Live at VA3!

All footage is taken from our flight, live at the Virtual-Aerobatics.Com 3 Year Anniversary airshow. This routine replicates the display flown by the Bremont Horsemen Flight Team at Houston, Texas in 2010. Flying Lead: Rob 'Rock' Brindley Right Wing: Pete 'Pman'...

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First P-51 3 Ship in DCS 2!

First P-51 3 Ship in DCS 2!

After training in the F-86 Sabres for the Virtual Festival of Aerobatic teams 2015, we're now back in our trusty P-51s - with one difference! Please welcome Princess Elizabeth, our P-51C, to the fleet!  

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New Virtual Horsemen Website Now Open!

That's right folks, after several months of down time, our new new website is now open to the public! We apologise for the delay, but we're all extremely busy and decided to focus what spare time we had on training the F-86 Sabre routine. We hope that you will find...

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Virtual Horsemen – Live at VFAT 2015!

For the first time in our history, The Virtual Horsemen performed in the F-86F Sabre. Faithfully replicating The Bremont Horsemen's routine flown at Nellis Air Force Base in 2012, we trained hard for 7 weeks to ensure that we flew as accurately as possible. For this...

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