SCARLET is part of RIDE's HORSES HELPING HORSES programming. DeAnna Pellecchia and Ingrid Schatz, wearing long, flowing, red-satin gowns, dance with Sanne, the Friesian horse ridden and trained by Brandi Rivera.
KRUMP is also part of RIDE's HORSES HELPING HORSES programming. It is performed by dancer DeAnna Pellecchia and the Friesian Sanne, ridden and trained by Brandi Rivera. KRUMP was inspired by David LaChapelle's documentary film RIZE, which explores the clowning and krumping subculture in Los Angeles. Krumping is almost always freestyle and often involves dance battles. Our dance is rooted in improvisational rhythms that are shared by the horse and the human dancer, in which DeAnna challenges Sanne (and his rider) to a rhythmic duel.