Fieracavalli Horse Digital Days

Four digital days with live streaming talks, interviews and on demand content.

After the cancellation of the 122nd edition of the physical event, due to the tightening restrictions caused by the growing health emergency of the pandemic, the appointment with the equestrian world has transformed into: four digital days – from the 5th to 8th November – which brings life to the website and the official Fieracavalli social channels, with over 55,000 views on the website and on the official community channels. A full program of content gave life to a real Equestrian Hub: live talks, interviews and on demand content for the Fieracavalli community. Fifteen live streaming events dedicated to an in-depth study of issues that have always been central to the event.

Starting on Thursday with a talk focused on the well-being of the horse with direct witnesses of ethological trainers, then continuing with the social, a very dear area to the fair.

The scientific data emerging from the Riding the Blue project was presented on Friday, highlighting the benefits of Assisted Interventions with the horse for the treatment of Autism Spectrum Disorder in children.

On Saturday within the talk on the figure of the horse as social redemption, the director of the Montorio Prison intervened, successfully continuing the project, supported by Fieracavalli, for the reintegration of prisoners into society.

On the same day, the theme of slow tourism was also explored through an open debate with institutions, route managers and national park directors.

On the other hand, on Sunday, the Via delle Prealpi was discussed with the councilor of the Veneto Region for EU Funds – Tourism – Agriculture – Foreign Trade who reiterated the importance of the related industries that this sector can create.

Finally, there is also a focus on art, thanks to the architect Federica Crestani who gave voice to the artists featured in the Art & Cavallo contemporary art exhibition and presented the works that enhance the figure of the horse, elected a real “masterpiece of nature”.

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