Andalusian performing airs above the ground. Capriole; "leap of the goat", the horse jumps from a raised position of the forehand straight up into the air, kicks out with the hind legs, and lands more or less on all four legs at the same time. It requires an enormously powerful horse to perform correctly, and is considered the most difficult of all the airs above the ground.
Courbette: the horse raises its forehand off the ground, tucks up forelegs evenly, and then jumps forward, never allowing the forelegs to touch down, in a series of "hops". Extremely strong and talented horses can perform five or more leaps forward before having to touch down with the forelegs...
The famous four - Four Schools of Equestrian Art: Spanish School of Vienna , Cadre Noir de Saumur, Royal Andaluzian School of Equestrian Art and the Portuguese School of Equestrian Art (EPAE) at the Palais Omnisports in Paris.
Wyee Archer- Darkmoor Shire Horse Stud Stallion
Archie is a Registered Shire stallion by the famous U.K stallion Walton Supreme out of Wyee Bonnie Lass. He stands a sound 18 hands with a genuinely big foot - lots of feather and a temperament to die for.