Valitar - Highly Skilled Horse and Rider

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Valitar has been compared to the popular acrobatic show called Cirque du Soleil, but with the addition of horses. The show required professional acrobats to be well trained with some of the best horses in the industry of show business. Not only did the acrobats have to be able to ride a horse professionally, they had to completely reorient their acrobatics to account for the horse.


<ul><li><p>Valitar - Highly Skilled Horse and RiderValitar was the dream turned reality for Mark Remley and his wife, Tatyana Remley. It was the undoubtedly dazzling display of the inner connection between human and horse. It was truly a one of a kind, live equestrian performance that featured the professional abilities of the some the best acrobats in the world, as well as some of the best horses in the industry. This type of riding takes a specific type of skill that many professional horseback riders cant perform. It is extremely different from that of western or dressage riding. This type of riding actually developed on the battlefield as soldiers attempted to use trick tactics in order to defeat their enemies. </p></li><li><p>Valitar - Professional AcrobaticsValitar was an amazing display of acrobatics performed by both human and horse. The show was a testament to the possibilities that can arise from putting together the skills of both humans and animals. The show was a dramatic display of the human and horse relationship that has been developing over thousands of years. Mark Remley and his wife, Tatyana, produced the show, which debuted in San Diego, California in November of 2012. Mark Remley and his wife, Tatyana, spent several years planning and developing their dream to make a show worthy of being the pioneer for this human-horse connection before finally implementing it into reality. </p></li><li><p>Valitar - Historical Connection Valitar was an astounding acrobatic display that provides spectators with the ability to see how deep the relationship between horse and rider actually is. For thousands of years, man has been riding, training, and domesticating the horse. The things we have learned about the animal, and the things the animal has learned about us, is nothing short of amazing. Horses were, and in many ways still are, essential to human life as we know it; without the horse, we wouldnt be where we are as a species living on Earth today. Humans have the ability to train horses for shows, tasks, and even sport. This deep connection that humans share with horses has given us a wealth of possibility for entertainment and advancement. It is for this reason that Mark Remly and his wife, Tatyana, decided to create a show depicting this deep connection between horse and rider, and it was the pioneer into the industry. </p></li><li><p>Valitar - Human-Animal ConnectionValitar is the acrobatic display of both horse and rider, and the dream of one Mark Remley and his wife Tatyana Remley. The show was meant to be a testament to the connection between human and horse, a connection that has been increasingly strengthening over thousands of years. The shows style is somewhat like the acrobatic performance of Cirque du Soleil, except with the incorporation of horses. Performing acrobatic feats successfully while on horseback takes a unique skill set and a vast amount work. Both the horse and the rider must be in top physical condition through out the shows duration, and they have to maintain this physical condition through rigorous training. The success of the show and the immense amount of planning that went into can be attributed to Mark Remley. He has over 25 years experience in many phases of business management, including operations, capitalization, quality assurance, and outsourcing. He also served as the Executive Vice President and CIO of the Signal Corporation. </p></li><li><p></p></li></ul>


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