At the end of a road lined with trees adorned with their autumnal colours, it appears, majestic, in the morning light: the Château de Chantilly, its gardens and its lakes. As soon as you enter the city, the tone is set. "Priority for horses," reads one sign. This sums up the local state of mind, of which the world of horses is one of the reasons for being. In Chantilly, when driving around, passing horses and letting them pass is as trivial as a right of way. It's part of the custom.
"It's a small world where everyone knows each other," says Nina Caput, co-founder of Eqwin with Anaïs Izaac. Riders, racehorse trainers and enthusiasts meet here all the time." One of their haunts? The bistro La Chasse à Courre, in the city centre. The two 28-year-old partners left Paris to live there. The principle of Eqwin: an application that allows you to become a virtual owner of horses and thus set up your own stable. An initiative...
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