Displays & Shows
For fans of the UKs leading Equestrian Display Team The Cavalry of Heroes, welcome to our magical world of horsemanship and theatre!
Displays & Shows
Performances with horses at the heart. We love performing and have created many shows over the years, these are our current shows which you can see at venues across the UK. Pick your favourite and then head over to our Events Calendar to see where you can see the show next.
“Me and my girls loved watching you all yesterday at Outlon Park, you all looked amazing and were so friendly… thank you for a fantastic performance” Carly Poole Downie
Join The Golden Knight and Lady Lancelot as they battle against our Dark Knight Lord Pendragon in an action packed jousting tournament. With galloping horses, trick riding, sword fighting and big jousting hits our courageous knights entertain you on their beautiful horses in this exciting family adventure. After the shows you can meet the knights at our Medieval Tent!
“Whole family loved it, especially my two sons! Really look forward to seeing them again” Adam Robbins
An action packed swashbuckling story featuring handsome and heroic musketeers protecting their Queen against a rogue highwayman and his bandits performing trick and stunt riding sequences on their noble horses in our fresh trick riding display. Sword fights, beautiful choreography, runaway horses and a Queen in love. A colourful adventure as our Musketeers protect their Queen and fight against the Highwayman and his bandits.
See more pictures and videos of our Highwayman Adventure on our past performances page and if you are interested in the historical aspect of riding during the 17th and 18th Centuries, then head over to our Historical Horses page.
“Thank you all so much for the splendid shows. They were really entertaining and the riders – and horses – superb. Your horses are really wonderful.” Jane
Re-envisioned following the success of our special show in 2018 created to mark the 100 year anniversary of World War One and to remember the role that the horses and soldiers had in The Great War. Our tribute to the horses and soldiers of WW1 now includes many more of the drill rides and skills of Cavalry Officers while retaining it’s focus as a tribute to the horses of WW1. Emotional, respectful and informative display combining tricks and stunts on horseback with a great music score, sing-a-long and final cavalry charge.
See more pictures and videos of our WW1: Horses and Heroes display on our past performances page and if you are interested in the historical aspect of how horses were a part of WW1, then head over to our Historical Horses page.
“Just a quick email to say congratulations on such a performance at Shrewsbury Flower Show, a really moving scene set by both horses and riders. A real tribute to those horses, mules and donkeys lost in war. Thank you.” Madeline Lucas
Our Robin Hood vs the Sheriff of Nottingham show created exclusively for RSPB’s Sherwood Forest Robin Hood Festival. A twist on the classic tale of Robin Hood; King John has set up a tournament to catch the heroic Robin Hood who needs help from Friar Tuck, Little John and Maid Marion if he is going to succeed. Action packed show with a fun storyline, horseback archery, jousting, horse tricks, melees and sword-fighting plus plenty of opportunity to meet the cast after each performance.
See more pictures and videos of our Robin Hood Festival display on our past performances page and if you are interested in the historical aspect of how horses were a part of the Robin Hood legend, then head over to our Historical Horses page.
The legend of St George and the Dragon as told by our very own St George, who visits many parts of England during his very own Saint’s day. Normally found with a princess and a dragon with him, you can meet St George and ask him questions as well as have your photograph taken with him. If you are lucky enough to be in Tamworth at Easter they hold a very special St George Jousting tournament!
See more pictures and videos of our St George in action on our past performances page and if you are interested in the historical aspect of how horses were a part of the life of St George, then head over to our Historical Horses page.