My experience has always been a spectator's one. When I was a child, I didn't have the occasion to discover horse riding, so I just discovered horses through my television with horse races, Frederic Rossif's animal footages or the great acts of the Gruss family.
Although I have always been fascinated by its anatomy, and its great beauty, I always felt a fear of the animal rather than an attraction.
It is through my job that I discovered the equestrian universe. Indeed, I quickly started to style great families of horse owners, so I was in Deauville and Chantilly, and it is through this open door that I attented trainings, sales and big Parisian races.