Wild Western Equestrian Show

Speciality & Novelty Acts,Animal Acts,Themed Entertainment,Wild West
Wild Western Equestrian Show
Reasons to book this ACT
  • Our all female wild west themed equestrian show stars Annie Oakley and Calamity Jane's protégés

  • The stunt show features trained horses, authentic costumes and tough-as-nails gangsters

  • Our western equestrian act can incorporate Native Americans and male cowboys for extra excitement

  • The performers have featured in Spielberg's War Horse as well as international shows and festivals

  • Based in the UK and available to perform at events worldwide

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A high energy wild west themed equestrian show, our all female team of professional riders have backgrounds in acting and racehorse training.

The all-female horse show features tributes to infamous western women including Annie Oakley, Calamity Jane and Bandit Belle. Incorporating trick riding, shooting and line dancing horses, our theatrical themed equestrian act is perfect for clients looking to create an impact at their event. 

Having worked on the set of Spielberg's critically acclaimed War Horse, the experienced female horse riders are in high demand to perform at shows, festivals and corporate events in the UK and internationally. 

Featuring authentic costumes and a well trained horses, you can also hire Scarlett Entertainment UK's Wild Western Equestrian Show with Native American Indian performers and world famous trick ropers and rodeo cowboys from Texas and Canada for large scale events. 

Top Tip!
A versatile horse training company, our equestrian performers can also perform other themed shows including Arabian Nights and Gladiators. Alternatively, speak to our staff about creating a bespoke show especially for your special occasion.

Contact our team at Scarlett Entertainment today to find out more about hiring this stunt show for your event.

"Highly accomplished stunt rider"

Circus review

"She has an exceptional talent"

Christine Mc Carthy, Racehorse Trainer