Vaulters aged from 7 up through 23, and the team boasted a total of 14 vaulters, 3 horses, and 3 lungers performing at each show. Amazing stunts were performed by all ages, and the audience was in awe of this talented team.
The first part of the show demonstrated compulsories. Next was a demonstration on how even disabled individuals can perform. Two vaulters volunteered to do compulsories while "handicapped"...one had her leg taped underneath and performed essentially with one leg, and one vaulter performed with only one hand. Both performed perfectly.
Next came Three Blind Mice, where three vaulters performed completely blind. They not only had face masks, but their eyes were shut with large bandages to ensure they were 100% without site. Again, all 3 performed perfectly. This again demonstrating the fact that even those that are blind can participate in vaulting.
Last but not least were the freestyle routines, which were all amazing. From singles to even a triple, all performances were fantastic.
Audience members came in droves to tell the team how much they loved the performance. There are only two active vaulting teams in Texas, so the sport is little known. The show was a definite success!