Friday, 24 March 2017


The Royal School presents the collaboration agreement with the Abraham Zambrana's Company.

This collaboration's aim is to foster the promotion of a wide variety of items crafted by hand.

The Royal Andalusian School of Equestrian Art (REAAE), a foundation under the Regional Ministry for Tourism and Sports, has presented the collaboration agreement signed with Abraham Zambrana, who currently has a company of harnesses products, but he was also a student of the courses provided by the REAAE in the past.

It is envisioned that by this initiative it will be possible the sale of a collection of articles crafted by hand with the 'Abraham Zambrana' brand name, being the articles available at the institution's shop.

Abraham Zambrana, studied the Harnesses Specialists Courses in the REAAE from the year 2008 until 2010.

Juan Carlos Camas, Director of the REAAE, underlined the importance of this agreement as the education sector is a very important goal to improve the inclusion and integration into the labour market of young people through their traineeships in the dif-ferent courses given in the Jerez foundation.

Zambrana reminded the participants that he learnt during two year to differentiate and work with leather, transforming this material into a horse saddle. 'I also learnt the horse and horse-drawn carriage culture, acquiring a deeper understanding of the different techniques used in this artisanal handicraft, which allowed me to participate in an exchange program with the Agricultural Lyceum of Mirandes in France.

At present, Zambrana presents his collection of artisanal designs in national fashion shows as the Surfashion experience in Jerez, the Madrid Fashion Show Men, the Pasarela Larios or the Fashion Week in Tenerife.