This foundation is oriented dressage horses in Jerez de la Frontera and was founded in 1973.
Among the facilities at the school we will find the Cavalry Guard area, the Duke of Abrantes 19th century Palace which currently the school headquarters The Carriage Museum and the Museum of Equestrian Art.
This museum displays a collection of carriages and has audio visual systems and virtual reality.
Horses have occupied a special place in Andalucia since remote times, from the Middle Ages where games where practiced to serve as training for war, until the current day where these games which were practiced have evolved into the horse shows.
This museum tries to show the visitor the origin and evolution of equestrian art all around the world.
This museum has interactive system in English, French, German and Spanish. The texts which will find will be both in English and Spanish.
In this garden we will find examples of the only wild horses which are left of a breed which is 12.000 years old, the breed known as Przewalski.
Also in this garden we can observe some native and exotic plants of great beauty.
Here is a restoration laboratory and research of horse mounts while maintaining always craftsmanship.
A place where there are displays of equestrian art and where we can also visit the other noble rooms and the old chapel.
It is here where they do one of the known (como bailan los caballos andaluces) ‘How the Andalucian horses dance’ a dance of great beauty which is carried out by horses which do choreographies with Spanish music and costumes of the 18th century.
It is here where they hold the important events and dressage championships.
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FUNDACIÓN REAL ESCUELA ANDALUZA DEL ARTE ECUESTRE
Avda. Duque de Abrantes, s/n 11407 Jerez (Cádiz)
Call centre 956 31 96 35 Reservations 956 31 80 08 - Fax: 956 31 80 15 www.realescuela.org