Devon, PA – Life-long horseman and stuntman, Guy McLean, will appear at the 2014 Dressage at Devon Horse Show on September 26 though September 28 at the Devon Show Horse Grounds, Devon, PA. Exhibits will take place each day of the performance show.
McLean and his team of horses have performed before millions all over the world, showing a level of communication and partnership between man and horse that most have never seen before. Like a choreographed performance, McLean can coordinate the movements of his four horses at once: sitting, rolling, bowing, and more.
Guy McLean grew up on a 1,600 acre ranch in Queensland, Australia, and is unable to remember a day in his life that didn’t involve horses. Growing up, his father gave him free rein to train his horses, and those self-taught methods have made him the successful horseman he is today. McLean believes that the best tools in horsemanship are knowledge, compassion, patience and imagination.
“Guy is an entertainer in the truest form,” says Lori Kaminski, President and CEO of Dressage at Devon. “He is able to engage the crowd with his humor and antics, endear them with his adoration for his animals, and serenade them with his poetry. He is real a class act.”
Reserved seating to see Guy McLean and other events at the Breed and Performance Show at Dressage at Devon is available at www.dressageatdevon.org and general admission tickets can be purchased at the show grounds from 9/23/14 to 9/28/14. Guy McLean’s performances will take place multiple times during show hours on Friday, September 26 through Sunday, September 28.
Dressage at Devon tickets are $10 for general admission. Children 4-12 are $5 and children under 3 are admitted free. Reserved seating is $25 on Friday, $35 on Saturday and $10 on Sunday and is available online at www.dressageatdevon.org. General admission is available at the door.