OK, so a dance company isn’t exactly news. But one where the dancers are humans and horses certainly got our attention. The New Haven-based Equine Dance Company has been teaching and performing for the past four years, said the Addison County Independent. “Equine Dance Company first emerged from the idea that riders and horses and dancers train in similar ways,” said Wimberley-Hartman, dancer and choreographer. “We hone our technique in similar ways…and the evolution of riding is almost the same as the evolution of dance.” This year’s final performance at Selby’s stable in New Haven Aug. 9 will see riders and costumed dancers going through routines with music ranging from jazz to whimsical instrumentals. This year it’s a mostly local cast who also will be involved in the filming of a documentary which follows the company through the creative process of inventing, choreographing, and executing a performance. Maybe TV’s 1960 star, Mr. Ed, has some advice for budding four-legged waltz kings.