Do512 Family is happy to announce a new series we have cooked up with the lovely people from Bright Horizons, a leading provider of early education and preschool, employer-sponsored childcare, back-up care, educational advisory services and other work/life solutions. They have five locations in the Austin metro area, including a brand new center in Round Rock. Bright Horizons encourages families to get out and learn together, so we came up with the Learning in Austin Series, which will feature places and events in Austin where you and your kids can learn and grow!


Friday, Feb. 21, take your family out for a Learning in Austin experience like no other at the Frank Erwin Center. The Gala of the Royal Horses will be performing their one-of-a-kind show at 7 pm. Until now, performances such as the gala were only seen at famous riding schools in Vienna and Spain.


This event is created and produced by Rene Gasser, a world-renowned riding master. He has taken this show (and many others) abroad, but this will be his first North American tour. The show has been revamped and he is excited to bring it to American audiences! The Royal Horses are some of the most celebrated in history, favored for centuries by royalty, equestrian riders and bullfighters. This performance celebrates these beautiful horses and their abilities.


Gala of the Royal Horses will feature a number of performances from Friesian, Lipizzaner and Arabian breeds. Performances will showcase the beauty and talents of these horses, including maneuvers once seen on the battlefield.

The horses will also dance! Flamenco dancers in full costume will dance traditional numbers, right alongside the stallions. They will dance to the mellow notes of the guitar, bringing the sights and sounds of Spain to the audience.

Tickets are $20 – $55 and can be purchased here. Or, if you’re feeling lucky, you can take your chances and enter to win four tickets below.

This giveaway is now closed, congrats to our winner, Denise!


Check out this sneak peek at this exciting show: