Established in 1969 by Casa Pedro Domecq in Texcoco México, the Mexican Haute École of Riders is one of Mexico´s most important and traditional equestrian institutions.
The school´s main activities are: Academy for people and horses on different equestrian topics, social responsibility through an equine assisted therapy program, horse health & hospital, horse breeding center, as well as art & entertainment through an equestrian show that tours country wide.
Far from being an elitist institution, the school is focused on a noble and social task, the training of future professionals for the equestrian industry through courses, clinics and sport equitation. A horse training & board program is also available.
Equine Assisted Therapy
Being a socially responsible oriented institution, the school offers a wide variety of Equine Assisted Therapy programs that provide treatment to disabled people benefitting many low-income families.
Horse Health & Hospital
Trained veterinarian staff and state of the art equipment guarantees the professional treatment and well-being of our horse patients. Our Hospital is open to the nearby horse population to attend injuries and illnesses amongst other services.
Horse Breeding Center
Proudly known as the cradle of the Aztec Horse, our breeding center continues to contribute to the development and propagation of this breed. The meticulous selection of our mares and stallions helps improve Mexico´s horse gene pool. Spanish and Quarter Horses are also bred within our facilities.
Art & Entertainment
Not only is it a center for classical dressage, the headquarters is a tourist attraction in Texcoco that offers public performances as well as permitting public viewing of some training sessions. The presentation builds on an authentic equestrian ballet, folklore containing a variety tints of different cultures and tradition in classical dressage. The leading horses and riders of the school also periodically tour and perform countrywide with more than a hundred presentations annually.