When Cavalia—the amazing equestrian-themed spectacular that has now toured North America for over a decade—first dazzled audiences in 2003, few people knew of Frédéric Pignon and Magali Delgado. But the whole world was soon abuzz with talk of the display these two remarkable individuals and their unparalleled cast of beautiful horses provided their audience.
“With his wife Magali and her sister Estelle, Pignon is the key to Cavalia,” said Jacki Lyden on NPR’s “All Things Considered.”
“Pignon engages in a scene of blissful play with three beautiful white stallions…the impression is one of an intense bond between horses and man—the most emotionally charged moment of the show,” raved Don Shirley in the Los Angeles Times.
“I believe that Frederic Pignon and Magali Delgado are two of the finest horsemen in the history of horsemanship,” affirms renowned behaviorist, trainer, and founder of the Tellington Method Linda Tellington-Jones.
Now, for the FIRST TIME EVER, Frédéric Pignon and Magali Delgado, authors of GALLOP TO FREEDOM and BUILDING A LIFE TOGETHER—YOU AND YOUR HORSE, are coming to the US to teach their methods and share their ideals, and YOU can join them!
MARCH 19 & 20, 2016
Presented by Firehawk Ranch
Held at the beautiful Valhalla Stables in Aubrey, Texas
Frédéric will guide attendees interested in connecting with their horses at Liberty, and Magali (a Grand Prix dressage rider as well as performer) will share valuable dressage principles.
Liberty with Frédéric is $400 for 2 days, 1-hour private lesson each day.
Dressage with Magali is $350 for 2 days, 1-hour semi-private lesson each day.
Auditors (limited seating) is $75 per day if confirmed before February 19, $80 per day after.
The application and video submission deadline is February 15, 2016, and we understand the clinic is already almost full, so hurry to be part of this amazing opportunity!
To apply to train with Frédéric and Magali, register to audit, or for more information, CLICK HERE.
CLICK HERE for more information about Frédéric and Magali’s books.
Have you seen Frédéric and Magali’s newest show? Wouldn’t it be wonderful to see it tour North America?