To the end of the Hundred Years War, at the Battle of Castillon.
The first half of the show set the scene and explained the history, how the Aquitaine region belonged to England since the marriage of the French Queen Eleanor married Henry II, 300 years earlier. There were lovely pastoral scenes with livestock, the chateau in the background. They used the whole hillside for multi-layered, multi-scene action.
The second half was the final battle, which took place here in 1453. The entrenched French soldiers were outnumbered by the English, led by renown General Talbot on his talented white horse. But the French horsemen of Bretagne swooped in and won the battle. In the show, around 50 well-behaved horses participated, with several hundred volunteers, explosions and fireworks. Beautiful! (don't you love my homeschooled side that had to tell you all that. ;)