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    What to Expect
    Make your way to the Royal Andalusian School of Equestrian Art and present your voucher for admission. The shows vary with the day, using between six and eight styles of choreography that features different parts of the Andalusian riding tradition.
    See doma vaquera, based on techniques honed by traditional cattle herders, or watch the exquisite precision of classical dressage, as horses execute maneuvers such as “the colts,” “airs on horseback,” “pas de deux,” “passage and piaffer,” and more.
    In displays of carriage driving, horses don a classical harness to demonstrate the old fashioned art, and in “work in hand,” the horses follow commands to carry out classical Haute École dressage exercises. And in the coordinated carousel maneuver, horses and riders work together for a grand finale in the center of the arena.
    When the show concludes, you’ll be in the heart of Jerez, close to some of the city’s top historic sites, cafes, and destinations.
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    Reviewed 2 weeks ago

    The skill of horse and riders was amazing. We thoroughly enjoyed the show and the history that went with it.

    Date of experience: August 2019
    Thank E7176ZSpeterk
    Reviewed 3 weeks ago

    Loved the intricate dances of the horses. They were beautiful. It seems like most of the seats would have views. The grounds are lovely. You can not take pictures during the performance which is not uncommon. I was pleasantly surprised that there were women riders...More

    Date of experience: June 2019
    Thank Katherine P
    Reviewed 4 weeks ago

    Per my research I found that the show we wanted to see would start at 12:00 PM. We were driving from Ronda so it was decided to arrive directly for the show and check into our Jerez hotel after. I didn't want to take any...More

    Date of experience: August 2018
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    Reviewed July 13, 2019

    This show is amazing, it doesn’t matter where you sit as you get to see everything. You can have a walk around the grounds and see the horses being trained before you go in to watch the show. There is a strict no photograph rule...More

    Date of experience: July 2019
    1  Thank MandyW9748
    Escape782804, Reservations Department officer at Fundacion Real Escuela Andaluza del Arte Ecuestre, responded to this reviewResponded July 15, 2019

    We are very grateful that you have visited us and you could enjoy our stunning show. Thanks for your comments

    Reviewed July 6, 2019

    We enjoyed ourselves - the horses are in peek condition and beautifully trained but you aren't allowed to take photos (although a woman in the most expensive seating was and wasn't challenged by the many stewards). We were left feeling that although the tickets were...More

    Date of experience: June 2019
    Thank Jill P
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    May 27, 2019|
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    Response from camper11-11 | Reviewed this property |
    Jerez is half way between Seville and Cadiz, so I'm sure there will be plenty of public transport. I would suggest you could ask your hotel reception in Seville.
    March 3, 2019|
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    Response from JJJC_Family | Reviewed this property |
    Personally, I am not certain there are bad seats. It's a small facility. Again, Personally, I prefer first row seats as my wife and I are short and don't want anyone in front of me. Any seat was good for my wife, as she... More
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    August 9, 2018|
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    Response from gaynor D | Reviewed this property |
    Hi, when we went back in May the carriage driving is part of the show. It was really lovely watching them pull the carriages. The show Is in sections showing off the horses abilities etc and the riders are fantastic. It is... More
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