Some say chivalry is dead, but the Company of the Warhorse, a group of Southern Oregon equestrians and students of medieval history, still practice the arts of mounted combat that were common during the late Middle Ages and early Renaissance.

Some say chivalry is dead, but the Company of the Warhorse, a group of Southern Oregon equestrians and students of medieval history, still practice the arts of mounted combat that were common during the late Middle Ages and early Renaissance.

Sir William of said company will present a free demonstration from 1 to 3 p.m. at the Royal Crest Ranch, 4415 Royal Crest Road, Medford. Medieval, fantasy and reenactment attire is encouraged.

See troygriffith.com/warhorse or call 535-7974 for information.