Clémence Faivre, equestrian artist

 

Born in 1981, Clémence grew up in Gouvieux, north of Paris. Her father gave her her first horse, Forrest, when she was 12 years old.
Passionate about horses and cinema, she enrolled at the Cours Florent to become an actress.
Mario Luraschi trained her to become a stunt woman. At his side, Clémence Faivre will serve as a double in many films.

In 2007, Clémence settled in Andalousia and  perfected her dressage techniques training with the great master trainer and Olympic medallist, Rafael Soto. She participated in many shows with Don Alvaro Domecq, the founder of the Royal Andalusian School of Equestrian Art.

Clémence Faivre finds Gotan totally by chance. She fell in love with him at first sight. She creates with him her first Haute Ecole performance in freedom presented in 2010 at Saintes-Marie de la mer.
The equestrian world discovers Clémence, the general public too. Everyone is fascinated.
What Clémence and Gotan achieve has never been seen before.
A feat as technical as esthetic. A woman-horse complicity never before experienced.
The young horsewoman is increasingly solicited, her successes and accomplishments accumulating making her a formidable rising star in equestrian art and performances.

In 2015 Clémence realize an other dream and starts her own Lusitano Purebred Studfarm in Spain.
Following a very strong demand, she also gives Master Class at her stable in Sanlucar de Barrameda.

Since then, Clémence Faivre and her lusitano horses have toured the world, invited onto the best international stages and to private events of prestigious hosts.
Gotan of course, but also Adagio, Fuego, Romeo… now share Clémence’s life, and her new show to be presented in 2017, promises to amaze both amateurs and seasoned professionals!

 

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