The "How the Andalusian Horses Dance" show is an equestrian ballet accompanied by totally Spanish music and 18th Century style costumes, all put together and choreographed using movements based upon Classic Dressage, Doma Vaquera and the daily chores of traditional equestrian work. Each show consists of between six and eight different choreographies, all of the same degree of difficulty and entertainment value and scheduled by the school according to the following repertoire:
- Doma vaquera: Demonstration of the skill, where the rider drives the horse around the arena using only one hand, first trotting and later galloping: Change of rhythm and then pirouettes and arreones. These are movements needed in the country when handling cattle herds. The repertoire may be broken down into the following performances: "How to walk in the Country", "Country Horses", "To the Sound of the Garrocha" and "The Jerez Fair".
- Classical dressage: "The Colts", "Airs on Horse", "Two Step", "Passage and Piaffer", "Domino on Horseback", "Airs above the ground" and "Fantasy", are just a few of the numbers which make up the repertoire of the performance. Horses carry out advanced equestrian exercises, always in time with pieces of classical music which accompany them on each of the exercises performed in the arena.
- Driving: The horses also fulfil their mission when pulling carriages. These horse-drawn carriages, originally used for transport but these days relegated to sport and exhibitions, with classical harness and driven by coachmen, give a demonstration of this exciting skill.
- Work in hand: The horse also obeys its rider even when not in the saddle and carries out classical high school dressage exercises such as levades, caprioles, courbettes, piaffe (between pillars), the Spanish walk and long rein.
- Carrousel: A group of horses and riders, in unison, perform advanced equestrian exercises in the arena to provide a most fitting end to the performance.