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Horse-drawn carriages
Prizes are awarded according to dressage, the conditions of the horse and the skills of the mayorals

The horse-drawn carriages (enganches), comprising horses, harnesses and carriages are the highlight of the second show taking place on the morning of the first Sunday of September at the Pedro Romero Fair, during the interval between the Goyesca and Rejones bullfight.

Organized by the Royal Maestranza of Cavalry and Ronda Town Hall, and under the auspices of the Andalusia Royal Horse-drawn Carriage Club, the exhibition features the best horses and carriages from different Spanish and European cities. All proceeds from the day go to local organisations with social purposes.

Final carousel

The competition is two-fold- the first involving the exhibition of the horse-drawn carriages on the streets allowing both the public and the technical jury see them up close. They then move to the bullring where they are grouped by pedigree (single horse, double harness, tandem, unicorn, pick-axe or spike, four-in-hand, five horse teams and 5 horse hitch), and they perform the moves required by the rules.

Prizes are awarded according to dressage, the conditions of the horse and the skills of the mayorals and owners when performing the exercises. The high point is the final carousel which sees all the participants take to the arena.

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