Equestrian acrobat László Juhász loves the horses he trains in Táborfalva, 55 km from Budapest. His horses are very famous, and they have been featured in many series – he writes repost.
Recently, we saw one of the horses in the well-deserved Netflix series, Vaják, which Geral of Rivia, aka Henry Cavill, ran on screen. The real name of the horse he met in season one, Keszeg, is Zeus, a ten-year-old half-breed from Kisbér. According to László, this horse is the quietest and best nervous of about seventy horses.
I started my movie career as a contestant, of course we have to add that I was Orlando Bloom’s double character in the Heavenly Kingdom, but I went down the donkey ladder. I must add that I have always had a struggle to choose the sport, that is, driving or shooting. I was invited to Russell Crowe’s Robin Hood in 2009, but that was when I was preparing for the World Cup and I would have preferred it. I canceled photography
He told the newspaper.
The time it takes to transform a horse into a cinematic horse varies. It doesn’t take long to get from point A to point B while shooting, but of course there are plenty of distractions for them, all kinds of noise, hustle and smoke machine. It is important for a horse to have a balanced and good nervous system. As for the actors, well, a lot of people say about themselves that they can ride, and then it turns out they don’t! Fortunately, my horses are practically vending machines, after a rehearsal or two, an actor can be planted on them, and if the task is not that complicated, it is solved smoothly. Of course they get a little bonus
he added László Juhász.
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