Performances for 2012:
HORSECAPADES is held at the
HORSECAPADES is the unique presentation of the Westernaires. It combines talent with skill that is centered around the horse and Western tradition. It's a circus-like review combining action, speed and a variety of talents set to music. It's a professional performance put on by the largest precision drill riding group in the world.
The show will present 250 riders and horses in action quite unlike any other arena performance. These are the best of our young Westernaires, many of whom have been with the group for eight, nine and occasionally ten years. These riders are not paid professionals, nor "super kids," but children who have dedicated themselves to the development of an art form quite unusual, have given a substantial part of their young years to the perfection of a skill and craft, and to learning the difficult task of working as a team.
HORSECAPADES includes an array of acts, involving precise control and split-second timing. Every feature is approached with careful planning as to costumes and lighting, music and timing for the utmost in audience appeal. In addition to precision team drills, trick riding and a number of other specialty acts are part of HORSECAPADES. Come down to the National Western Events Center for this show; you don't want to miss it!
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