Gonzalez Horse Show
Sélyne and Jérémy
Coming from a family where the Horse has a prominent place, Jeremy followed the way of his father, passionate for dressage and liberty work. He was given the same fascination and a precious knowledge of horses.
Selyne has always been in love with horses, as far as her memory goes. When she was a child, she was galloping in the fields with her unrestrained ponies. She was spending hours looking at them, sitting next to them, trying to understand them and to establish a strong relationship with each pony. Jeremy laughs at it: “Since ever, Selyne spends so much time to observe horses that she can really think like a horse with an extraordinary sensitivity”
They were very young when they met and were immediately brought together by their unconditional love for horses. They learn together, work together, anytime and anywhere. “Jeremy has such a relationship with horses that I enjoy to simply look at him. He gives a lot to the horses and the horses give him back.”
Step by step, they moved to horse show. In 2009, they started to be recognized in and outside France, through their superb horse named Pablo, in an artistic act called “La Statue”. It was the beginning of a great career. In 2011, they presented a new creation with a fully innovative concept of Battle between high-school horses and street dancers. This famous act, called “Hip-Horse”, rapidly push them to the most prestigious equestrian stages.
Their horses, always brilliant and expressive, were nicknamed “The Dancing Horses” by a public keeping fascinated and enthusiastic when looking at the horses playing and dancing on the music. Since then, Selyne and Jeremy developed multiple versions of “The Dancing Horses” act, and, together with their famous horses, performed in many shows and galas around the world, being part of the most famous and top-end equestrian events.
A unique complicity, a perfect mastery and a radiant happiness of Gonzalez couple and their horses, made their growing success. “Horses are able to give all and to surpass themselves as they are kind and devoted. For that, we should please them and do the work as a game. Then, they will give all with heart and magnanimity, staying demonstrative and genuine.”