Horses and their maintenance are expensive and most vaulters have experienced times when they don’t have a horse. Some insiders of our sport (we cannot mention them yet) have told us that they made a proposal: To include vaulting on a bike instead of on a horse in competitions. This new vaulting trend would facilitate many vaulters to compete on a moving item and to improve their balance.Read More
Last Sunday we had the chance to visit the BLEYER Volti-Magic Show at Equitana 2019 in Essen (Germany). We had a great time and would like to tell you more about this stunning event and share some impressions in this article!Read More
The 3rd edition of the American Vaulting Association (AVA) Education Symposium counts the best keynote speakers and clinicians, who are all meeting in Las Vegas, USA from the 6th to the 10th of March.
It is a second wind for the French Team (Team Noroc), after they got shut down by a federal decision not to send them to the FEI World Equestrian Games™ 2018 Tryon. We wanted to get so fresh news about them, so we talked to the renowned Jacques Ferrari to get some insights of his projects and plans for the next years with Team Noroc, which seems to be at the turning point of its evolution:Read More
The last day of these FEI World Equestrian Games™ 2018 Tryon was full of excitement and tension with three vaulting finals and medals ceremonies: Germany and France won the gold medals after a very tight competition in all categories.
The brilliant Pas De Deux Silvia Stopazzini and Lorenzo Lupacchini from Italy moved everybody yesterday night at the FEI World Equestrian Games™ Tryon: Apparently, they didn’t expect to reach the gold medal but they actually made history for their country, being the first Italians to reach it at FEI World Equestrian Games™ with a final score of 9.027, and after a very high level battle with the other competitors. Their samba/salsa energizing routine was perfectly executed on their beautiful horse Rosentolz 99 lunged by Laura Carnabuci.