Gerard Naprous

Dan Naprous

Camilla Naprous

Film & Television

a few of the credits

The Horses

over 60 horses each highly trained in various stunts

Carriages

view our large variety of carriages

Saddles

a small section of our massive collection of period saddles

Equestrian Displays

Wychwood Events

Merchandise

branded trinkets & apparel

Gallery

view our horsemen & women in action

Team Naprous

Daniel's four in-hand team

Contact & Directions

The Devils Horsemen Wychwood Stud
Salden, Mursley.
Buckinghamshire
MK17 OHX

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Medieval Banquet

Gerard. England's top film stunt trainer is a veteran of more than 30yrs experience in the film industry, and the subject of 3 recent TV documentaries about his work. Gerard's horses, magnificent Spanish and Portuguese stallions are as famous in the film world as the top actors Gerard trains to ride them.  Gerard's horses have performed some of the most spectacular stunts in film history. The Devils Horsemen are Gerard's own Medieval Jousting team and are acknowledged as the best in Europe.




Now he has opened the first UK Equestrian Theatre & Medieval Hall at Wychwood. Presenting spectacular shows with his hand picked team - The Devil's Horsemen

The Great Hall is designed by Gerard to give you the ultimate equestrian experience with the authentic medieval surroundings. The walls are lined with swords, shields and armour and is candlelit for dinner. The Hall can seat between 100 - 200 for dinner. The evening show offers a unique party option for individuals, companies and organisations. The Sunday shows are designed for and aimed at families.

The Medieval Banquet, during the evening you will be served a four course meal by a team of 'specially trained serving wenches and knaves'. Also, you will experience a variety of entertainment. After the meal, you will experience spectacular stunt live action at close quarters. You will encounter The Devil's Horsemen, feudal knights, horses, squires and damsels all knocking 'seven bells' out of each other for you.

The event finishes with an after dinner dance or you might like to visit the stables where the riff-raff live with their horses.

Costume is optional but visitors wearing medieval costume will be made extra welcome. Anyone wearing a Kilt will be ejected or strung up on the spot.

12th April 2014
other dates to be advised
Medieval Banquet Doors open at 7 pm for 7.45pm show & dinner £65 per person