Japanese racehorse Buchiko has developed a huge following with fans all over the world – but not because of how she’s been performing as a racehorse. Her popularity comes down to her unique and rare coat.
Buchiko has an interesting heritage: her father is American hall-of-famer Sunday Silence and her mother is the completely-white Shiryukihime (which means snow white). Despite both horses having had successful racing careers, it’s their offspring’s coat that is drawing attention worldwide.
‘Buchiko’ is a Japanese name that means ‘dappled child’ – a reference to the patterns that have made her famous. The spotted coat that has inspired so much adoration is a rare genetic result of her parents. When Buchiko races, she is recorded as a ‘white’ horse but her gaining popular suggestions she much more than that.
Build A Shed Or Garage In Castlemaine
We construct a wide range of sheds and garages in Castlemaine and surrounding areas. All our projects are custom and range from small residential sheds to large industrial and commercial buildings.
We are located in Kyneton which is 41km away from Castlemaine, allowing us to serve the Macedon Ranges area and further.
We construct the following types of buildings in Castlemaine and surrounding areas:
Other Steel Framed Buildings
Here are some past projects that we have completed in Castlemaine:
1. Industrial Bus Storage Building
The colourbond cladding of this industrial building allows the building to stand out professionally for the company.
2. Large Hay Shed
This hay shed is impressively large and holds an impressive number of bales.
3. American Style Barn
The design of this american barn offers a beautiful design choice of a storage solution for any home.
4. Industrial Earthmoving Machinery Shed
The design of this large machinery shed allows for machinery to be stored either completely protected from its surroundings or easily undercover.
5 tips for making an inspiration office space
Chalkboard spray paint.
Sounds kind of like tartan paint, doesn’t it? But this is actually a real thing – spray any surface with some chalkboard paint, let it dry and that’s it. You can know draw on it like a regular chalkboard.
You can turn any wall in the office into a space for new ideas.
2. Windows, windows, windows.
Studies repeatedly find that being new a window helps people work ore efficiently and effectively.
Always plan for this when build your office. You can never have too many windows.
3. Make your interior interesting.
Murals are relatively cheap but they make a huge difference when it comes to first impressions.
Make sure that your visitors step through your door and are surprised and impressed.
4. Get an old game machine.
Everyone appreciates a bit of fun. It can be a point of contact for your entire office – and your visitors.
It’s also another way to impress the people that step into your offices.
5. Make use of skylights.
One of the most under-used creations of this century is the skylight. Zero-energy usage, low maintenance – these awesome things can be used to flood your work space with natural light and brighten up everyone’s day.
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