In 2011, Guy McLean, an accomplished horseman from Australia, entertained, inspired and educated spectators at Dressage at Devon. Given the audience acclaim, it’s not surprising that Guy and his equine team – Hope, Sequel, Pride and Spinnaby – have been invited back this year. They have performed in front of millions across the world, showing a level of communication and partnership between man and horse that most have never seen before. He can orchestrate the movements of four horses at once: sitting, rolling, bowing, and much more. Whatever his performances include, they’re sure to amaze and, of course, be sprinkled with a dash of Aussie humor.
“He works the whole team, sharing with the audience insights on each horse’s personality, and the special ingredient they bring to the act,” says Lori Kaminski, President and CEO of Dressage at Devon. Hope is the CEO who leads the way. Sequel, who is laid back, lies down and allows the other three horses to stand over him. Spinnaby is the athlete and behind the scenes joker. Finally, Pride adds a dose of beauty, a bay with dark lines around her eyes and down her legs.
Reserved seating to see the magic of Guy McLean and other events at the Breed and Performance Show at Dressage at Devon is available at http://dressageatdevon.org/shop and general admission tickets can be purchased at the show grounds from September 25-30th. McLean’s performances will take place multiple times during show hours on Friday, September 28 through Sunday, September 30.
Dressage at Devon tickets are $10 for general admission. Children under 12 are admitted free. Reserved seating is $25 on Friday, $35 on Saturday and $10 on Sunday and is available online at www.dressageatdevon.org. General admission is available at the door.