It’s not yet Halloween but skeleton horses and riders were out in full force at the World Equestrian Games.
WEG spectators were treated to three demonstration by Horses Inside Out, a educational service that paints the insides of horses onto their outside of horses to help illustrate equine anatomy, biomechanics and physiology.
One demonstration featured two dressage horses, who ran through a series of Grand Prix dressage movements before thrilling the audience with a musical Pas de Deux. The show jumping demonstration highlighted progressive jump training, warming up over poles then moving on to gymnastic work. A third demonstration starred Laurence Collard and her stunning Spanish horses.
Go Dubarry. Go Riding!