You will undoubtedly have noticed this year that many entities attending Fieracavalli are engaged in exploring the relationship between people and horse, bearing witness to the benefits of horse therapy. This technique is increasingly moving towards a scientific approach, thanks to numerous research studies in the field. And Fondazione Fevoss Santa Toscana, attending Fieracavalli for the first time, precisely seeks to reward such research through a national competition.The prize is particularly linked to the name of Carla Guglielmi, educator of young people in difficulty. Her husband, Angelo Pasi, remembers her with the € 2,500 prize for the best thesis on horses that will be delivered on the occasion of the next edition of the event.
The Foundation's attendance at Fieracavalli, alongside I due liocorni amateur sports association, highlights its commitment towards supporting people in every aspect and helping those experiencing difficulties to find a way out of their problems. This sensitivity was also evident in the welcome provided Thursday 26 and Friday 27 to the "special" children of the F. Gresner Institute accompanied to the show by two large vehicles for the disabled operated by Fevoss.