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Naprous Stuntman to the Stars to dazzle with display at HOYS

Daniel Naprous, the dashing stuntman, and his team The Devil’s Horsemen, are busy preparing an awesome display of stunts, trick riding, acrobatics, and fast-moving action ready to entertain, fascinate, and astonish the expected audience of 50,000 at this year’s Horse of the Year Show (2nd - 7th October) at Wembley Arena.

Daniel Naprous, an astonishing horseman and stuntman, is no stranger to the limelight. In recent years, Daniel has been doubling for Hollywood stars, such as Timothy Dalton, John Lithgoe, Goran Visnjic, Rutger Hauer, Pierce Brosnan and performing equestrian stunts for some of the biggest film and television blockbusters. These including, among others, the forthcoming production Four Feathers, Tomb Raiders, The World is Not Enough, Merlin, First Knight, If Wishes Were Horses and Horse Tales.

The Horse of the Year Show leads the way in equestrian entertainment. The Show is renowned for both the ingenuity and unusual displays of equestrian skills, which have appeared as part of this prestigious event over the last few years. Daniel will be starring in a specially commissioned act to be seen for the first time at the 2001 Show.

Mike Gill, Director of Grandstand Media Ltd commented, “We are delighted that Daniel will be performing at this year’s Show. This unique display will have our audience on the edge of their seats, and will complement the world-class competition and other equestrian entertainment on offer. With a substantial six figure production budget, a visit to the Horse of the Year Show appeals not only to fans of equestrian entertainment, but also to a wider audience, and now rivals the theatre and other live events for entertainment.”

Tickets to the Show are on sale now, contact the BOX OFFICE on 020 8795 9595. Adult tickets start from £17.50, Children from £12.50. Group Discounts are also available for groups of 12 or more, contact the Groups Box Office 020 8900 9282


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