Why paint horses?!? Tintallegra like Pippi Longstocking?
Born from the experience with facepainting and from a request of P&P Performance Horses asd equestrian centre, the project has involved a long research work for natural, non-toxic, resistant and easily washable materials.
The particular preparation of the horse with signs connected to its internal anatomy, such as skeleton, muscles and tendons, has the purpose of showing learners, in an extremely direct and dynamic way, the physiological characteristics of the mount they are about to ride, direct and look after.
The teaching of disciplines with sporting activities has today a powerful additional instrument.
Why not apply it to athletes as well, for specific education and training sessions in soccer, rugby, tennis, volleyball or any other sport?
Please contact Sara for any information on this subject.