June 10th 2021
Podcast of our horse ambassador, Eiffel de Bacon

 

THE FIRST PODCAST ... OF A HORSE

 

As part of the Longines Global Champions Tour - Longines Paris Eiffel Jumping (June 25-27), Eiffel de Bacon, a young 7-year-old horse, tells with the voice of actor Charles Berling, the path leading to the highest level of jumping. obstacles. First of three episodes, Wednesday June 9.

 

This is a world first! The Longines Global Champions Tour - Longines Paris Eiffel Jumping, organized on the Champ de Mars, offers a… equine podcast.

Born and raised in the Bacon farm (Gironde), managed by Virginie Coupérie-Eiffel, Eiffel de Bacon retraces in three episodes broadcast every Wednesday and recorded by the team of the podcast "I am an Equestrian", all the stages to overcome for a young foal before hoping to reach the top level.

Son of the great champions Arc de Triomphe and Jolie de B'Neville, the 7-year-old gelding, ambassador of the competition in the same way as the champion Philippe Rozier and the model, actress and rider, Iman Perez, makes us discover his life as a young horse, his ambitions of future crack, his feelings and finally his preparation for the Longines Global Champions Tour - Longines Paris Eiffel Jumping.

 

To express the thoughts of Eiffel de Bacon, translated by the singer Vanille, already composer of the play-list of the competition for several years, Charles Berling took part with great pleasure in this somewhat special exercise.

"I recorded this podcast as a tribute to a particularly endearing universe, explains the actor. To make a horse talk is to refocus our attention on it. It's a lot of fun to do and it's putting the horse back in the spotlight. I read a lot and hang out with Bartabas in particular. Trying to understand horses is essential. This is an essential step in order not to consider them as objects but as subjects. Sure, they're animals, with a different language from ours, but I like the idea of ​​being their voice. It's very playful and it's a bit of a way to bring out the animal part that is in us. Because we must not forget that man is also an animal. »

 

This podcast is also an opportunity for Charles Berling, already the voice of the one-armed father in the Oscar-winning documentary film "The Emperor's March", to highlight a breeding and a philosophy that is particularly close to his heart. "I discovered this world thanks to the Coupérie family," he explains. I especially discovered this love for the horse. There is a lot of love in the meadows of Château Bacon. We worry as soon as a horse is not doing well, we grow all these horses with crazy energy. It taught me a lot. Château Bacon is of course sporting excellence, but it is also a peasant world attached to the land, to its land. It is a family business with a deep attachment to its territory. «  A territory where horses also have a say!

 

Find the first episode here: https://smartlink.ausha.co/le-podcast-du-longines-paris-eiffel-jumping/episode-1-de-0-a-3-ans-dans-les-pres-de-bacon

 

Next episodes: Wednesday June 16 & Wednesday June 23

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THE FIRST PODCAST ... OF A HORSE

 

As part of the Longines Global Champions Tour - Longines Paris Eiffel Jumping (June 25-27), Eiffel de Bacon, a young 7-year-old horse, tells with the voice of actor Charles Berling, the path leading to the highest level of jumping. obstacles. First of three episodes, Wednesday June 9.

 

This is a world first! The Longines Global Champions Tour - Longines Paris Eiffel Jumping, organized on the Champ de Mars, offers a… equine podcast.

Born and raised in the Bacon farm (Gironde), managed by Virginie Coupérie-Eiffel, Eiffel de Bacon retraces in three episodes broadcast every Wednesday and recorded by the team of the podcast "I am an Equestrian", all the stages to overcome for a young foal before hoping to reach the top level.

Son of the great champions Arc de Triomphe and Jolie de B'Neville, the 7-year-old gelding, ambassador of the competition in the same way as the champion Philippe Rozier and the model, actress and rider, Iman Perez, makes us discover his life as a young horse, his ambitions of future crack, his feelings and finally his preparation for the Longines Global Champions Tour - Longines Paris Eiffel Jumping.

 

To express the thoughts of Eiffel de Bacon, translated by the singer Vanille, already composer of the play-list of the competition for several years, Charles Berling took part with great pleasure in this somewhat special exercise.

"I recorded this podcast as a tribute to a particularly endearing universe, explains the actor. To make a horse talk is to refocus our attention on it. It's a lot of fun to do and it's putting the horse back in the spotlight. I read a lot and hang out with Bartabas in particular. Trying to understand horses is essential. This is an essential step in order not to consider them as objects but as subjects. Sure, they're animals, with a different language from ours, but I like the idea of ​​being their voice. It's very playful and it's a bit of a way to bring out the animal part that is in us. Because we must not forget that man is also an animal. »

 

This podcast is also an opportunity for Charles Berling, already the voice of the one-armed father in the Oscar-winning documentary film "The Emperor's March", to highlight a breeding and a philosophy that is particularly close to his heart. "I discovered this world thanks to the Coupérie family," he explains. I especially discovered this love for the horse. There is a lot of love in the meadows of Château Bacon. We worry as soon as a horse is not doing well, we grow all these horses with crazy energy. It taught me a lot. Château Bacon is of course sporting excellence, but it is also a peasant world attached to the land, to its land. It is a family business with a deep attachment to its territory. «  A territory where horses also have a say!

 

Find the first episode here: 

 

Next episodes: Wednesday June 16 & Wednesday June 23

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