Gala of Royal Horses trots into Civic Center Oct. 31

The Gala of the Royal Horses world-renowned equestrian tour is coming to the Wicomico Youth & Civic in Salisbury, Md. during its inaugural North American tour.  Audiences can experience the excitement, splendor, and majesty up close on Saturday, Oct. 31 for a special 2 p.m. matinee show.

The Gala of the Royal Horses combines stunning horses from around the world with live performers, creating a breathtaking event for the entire family.  The show is a “must see” for horse lovers and families.  Created, produced and led by world-renowned riding master Rene Gasser, who with the experiences of seven generations has recreated an event only previously seen at the famous riding schools of Vienna and Spain.

The Royal Horses are some of the most celebrated in history, favored for centuries by royalty, equestrian riders and bullfighters and this performance will celebrate the tradition, athleticism and grace of these revered creatures.  The show features a variety of breads including the Andalusian, Friesian, Lipizzaner and Arabian.  “The unique qualities of the Royal Horses single them out from all other breeds in the equine world. Their physical beauty and grace, coupled with exceptional courage and nobility make them an object of admiration and a source of inspiration for horse lovers everywhere,” explains Gasser.

Along with the magnificent stallions, Spanish flamenco dancers featuring authentic, vibrant costumes accompanied by the mellow notes of a guitar, bring the sights and sounds of Spain just a heartbeat away.  “We’re going to have horses dancing alongside some tremendous flamenco dancers, and I think people are really going to be excited about watching this,” says Gasser.

Tickets start at only $20 (additional fees may apply).  There are a limited number of VIP seats available.  Tickets can be purchased online at WicomicoCivicCenter.org, by phone at 410-548-4911 or in person at the WY&CC Box Office.  The Box Office is located at 500 Glen Ave. and is open Monday through Friday from 9-6 p.m.

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