Training begins early with Medieval Times horses.
Advanced level dressage at Medieval Times
Training begins early. As weanlings, Medieval Times horses are introduced to lead ropes and halters. Saddles come at age two. Long reins and simple exercises such as lunging follow. At age three, the horses move to their new homes — one of nine North American Castles — where they learn advanced-level dressage from a master horse trainer. Then life as a pampered performer begins.
After a few years in the spotlight, the Medieval Times horses move back to the Chapel Creek Ranch. There, the horses live out their lives in royal treatment.