November 11th 2017 - The night will play host to demos featuring Carl's iconic dressage horses, featuring the ridden and in hand work; a dressage to music display and a tribute exhibition to his career entitled, "Carl: The Portrait" 

We will also be celebrating his landmark birthday in style. The event will feature some very special guests and is set to be an unforgettable evening in the company one of the most famous names in Dressage today.











RESCHEDULED Friday 16th June - Evening. Join us for this masterclass with Olympic medalist, Spencer Wilton, at the stunning Unicorn Equestrian Trust in the beautiful Cotswolds. You will be able to watch him work with horses and riders at varying levels from Novice through to Advanced. Seating limited to keep this event intimate for all. Tickets will not be able to be purchased on the door. On arrival, general admission seating is first come, first served basis. As this is a small event, names will be checked off on the door instead of tickets being issued.




In December 2016, Piaffe Presents held a masterclass with the world renowned dressage rider, Carl Hester, to a sold out event at Leamside Equestrian 

Carl Hester needs no introduction to anyone who follows and enjoys the sport of Dressage. He is the most iconic name in the sport today, synonymous with having one of the most successful training systems the world have ever known, and producing horses to the highest levels for the world to enjoy. 

What he has achieved over his career as a rider, trainer and owner is nothing short of astonishing and many will rejoice in those memories for years to come. With an exciting string of horses up coming through the levels, the future continues to be exciting with all sights set on Tokyo 2020, so we look forward to following the journey and sharing with him all the special moments to come. 






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In November 2016, Piaffe Presents held a masterclass with Spencer Wilton, Louise Bell and Alan Davies at Leamside Equestrian Centre in Durham to an enthusiastic crowd. 

We were privileged to also have London 2012, Olympic gold Medalist stallion Uthopia join us for the day by permission of Mr Carl Hester whom we are very thankful to.

Spencer concluded the sessions by giving a demonstration aboard Supa Nova II, the second Olympic medal winning horse to join us for the day, by gracious permission of owner Jen Goodman who again, we are very grateful to and thrilled that she was able to join us the special day.