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Knight School

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Chivalry, pageantry and medieval sportsmanship are not as absent from modern life as we might expect, for the Warwickshire countryside is home to the Knights of Middle England, a team of a team of highly-skilled 'knights' who will school you in the arts of mounted sports such as pig-sticking, quitaine-striking and of course, jousting. This valiant team of men and women are also professional actors and stunt riders, and work with trained horses in the original cobbled yards and period buildings of Warwick Castle's stables, so visitors can live out their medieval fantasies in great detail. Trainee knights are taught the proper chivalrous behaviour, endowed with their very own crests and noble titles and kitted out (along with their horses) in full period costume, ready to take on the Black Knight...

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