In this work, entitled " The Royal Andalusian School of Equestrian Art ", based on reliable documents and beautifully illustrated, with the foreword written by the Minister of Tourism, Trade and Sport of the Junta of Andalusia, D. Sergio Moreno Monrové, he presents the history and vicissitudes of the Royal School, starting in May 1973, the date of the first performance of the spectacle in the González Hontoria Park of Jerez de la Frontera, until the present days. And he recalls, within the historical context, that it has represented the equitation since its origins to its climax marked by the spectacle "How the Andalusian Horses Dance". Furthermore, he describes the circumstances that had led to the birth of "doma vaquera" and the Spanish Riding School, highlighting the importance of the creation of the Spanish horse for academic equitation. He also presents the unpublished history of the emblematic palace of Jerez "El Recreo de las Cadenas", the location of the Royal Andalusian School of Equestrian Art, as well as exposing the ordeals through which its subsequent owners had lived through, even since before its construction.
All in all, a painstaking and rigorous research work that reveals the reasons for which the Royal School has become of the most important equestrian centres in the world.
To bring you this work, a painstaking publication in four languages (Spanish, English, French and German) has been realised. It is presented on 448 pages of 29 x 25 cm., on 150 gr chalk overlay glossy paper, and contains 370 photographs, drawings and graphics. It has leather binding with the title printed in gold and a colour cover, also laminated and with the title printed in gold.