Arabian Nights’ Wild Horse Project Begins

Arabian Nights’ Wild Horse Project Begins

Horses, performers, acrobatics, trick riding, Liberty training, a Prince and a Princess, dinner, excitement…these are the words that really make up our dinner show! So what’s all this about Arabian Nights purchasing wild, rescued Mustangs, and training them onsite to be in the show??? Well, my fellow horse lovers, and arena enthusiasts! The rumors ARE true. On March 3rd, 2013, Arabian Nights purchased 8 mustangs from The Wild Horse Rescue Center (in [...]

Travel The World with Arabian Nights: Spain

Travel The World with Arabian Nights: Spain

Ole! Ole! That’s right people, we’re visiting Spain in this week’s “Travel the World” post! Here at Arabian Nights, we take great pride in keeping the magic and romance alive of the Spanish language, culture, and specifically, the technically impressive style of horse-riding that originated there.  We showcase this romantic  and visually appealing style in our Garrocha Act. This style of riding exercises the Spanish art of the “Doma Vaquero” [...]

Ready To Get “Royal”

Ready To Get “Royal”

“What?? Chicken Cordon Bleu? At Arabian Nights? When was this added??” That surprised reaction was had by me, a few nights ago at our show…and I made the decision then and there, to blog about it. I go to our show pretty often, and I promise you, it’s never the same. I always notice new details that are added, specifically new tricks learned by the performers and horses (the performers [...]

A Tale of Two Stallions

A Tale of Two Stallions

At Arabian Nights, we are extremely proud of all our performs – those with two legs and those with four. Our Al-Marah Arabians come from a long family line of beautiful, impeccably-bred horses, just as some of our human performers come from families with deep roots in the equestrian arts. However, while our human performers often have the chance to spot their families in the audience, it’s rare that one [...]

The Most Wonderful Time of the Year

I have a confession to make: I love Christmas music. Every year, just after Thanksgiving, I’ll find myself bursting into an off-key but heartfelt rendition “All I Want for Christmas is You” or “Jingle Bell Rock” or even “Away in a Manger” while folding laundry or washing the dishes. At this point, my husband will look up from whatever he’s doing, roll his eyes, and brace himself for my very [...]