Exploring the relationship between man and horse under the big white tent through North America and Europe since 2003, combining acrobatics and equestrian disciplines, the show was spectacular. We had 5 children under the age of 5 and the show started at 8pm.
Needless to say, we were a little skeptical as to how the night would turn out, but they were mesmerized. The action of the horses, riders and acrobats kept them interested and wondering what was going on. I can only imagine what was going through their little minds.
At one point, the trainer was herding and guiding 5 horses. Finally, after about 10 minutes, my nephew sitting next to me says, “when is she going to catch one?” Well…I don’t think she actually trying to catch the horses…
The show was more of a cirque du soleil acrobatic show. So, the kids would often be staring at the ceiling, spotting moving people getting ready to fall from the sky.
Thanks for bringing us all gamma and Papa!