The flag of equestrians is an emblem that is traditionally flown at the end of the parade and is seen as a symbol of respect and pride in the sport of equalling.
In the early years of the modern world, the flag was considered sacred to the sport, and it was not a new symbol of the sport that was seen as having a long association with the indigenous peoples.
The modern flag was first introduced in the United States in the 1880s, and was adopted in 1915.
During the 20th century, the number of athletes and spectators in equestriums has increased exponentially, and the flags of the world’s leading equestrial teams have been designed to reflect this.
One of the most famous flags is the blue and white flag of France, which was adopted by the National Olympic Committee in 1996, with the colours of the red and white stripes being used throughout.
It is also a flag of Brazil, and many other countries around the world.
Another flag that has become popular in the modern era is the green and white of Spain.
Many equestres have a flag that is a combination of the colours, as in the green of Portugal, the white of Japan and the red of Italy.
Other flags have been created by people, such as the flag flown by the Royal Australian Air Force.
Flags are also often used by sportswomen, who may also use the flag as a rallying flag.
A flag is also often displayed on the top of a building, in the shape of a flagpole, or as a flag in the form of a small banner.
Some other flags used to represent the sport include: The Canadian flag is the national flag of Canada and has been flown at half mast on all official occasions since 1871.
The flag also is commonly used in Canada.
The flag used by the British Empire is a flag made up of three stripes representing the three continents of Britain, Scotland and Ireland.
The British Empire flag was officially adopted by parliament in 1922.
Also known as the Union Jack, the Union Flag is a three-coloured flag, made up mainly of three colours.
Although the flag has been adopted as the national emblem of all the nations of the Commonwealth, it is used by only the nations on which the Commonwealth is based.
The flag of Greece is a red-and-white flag, and has also been adopted by all countries of the region.
Australia has been a signatory to the United Nations Flag Code and adopted the flag by the first time in 1948.
While the flag is widely used, there is also some debate as to whether or not the flag should be flown in public.
Several countries have made the decision to have the flag displayed in public, such a the United Kingdom, which has a flag at half-mast on the front of its national flag and a number of countries have also passed legislation that allow the flag to be flown at any time of the year.
For some, the issue of displaying the flag in public is a matter of personal taste, while others would prefer it not be displayed.
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