As others suggested, being a horse person who does Dressage, or uses some Dressage in riding, will give you an edge if you view the Lipazzan horses in action. Seeing the airs above the ground in performance is a real treat. If you have ever had a horse, you will appreciate, at some level, what must go into the training of these lovely athletes.
I have had horses all of my life, having ridden on our ranch as a child, and I trail-ride currently. I had never heard of Dressage when I first visited Vienna in 1972, but I knew that what the Spanish Riding School did with the Lipazzan horses was special. It is beyond Dressage.
I didn't get to see a performance at that time, but saw stallions in their stalls. I dreamed of going to a performance until 1983, when I finally got to attend one. It still brings tears to my eyes to remember it. My adult daughter has taken some Dressage, and I have learned enough to use some of it on the trail.
I have told my daughter about the wonderful performance that I saw years ago, and we are finally getting to do a trip to see these magnificent horses--together! This coming May, we have tickets to a GALA performance (if you are going to spend that kind of money, you might as well see the best performance!)
After viewing a training session, or attending a performance, I have a hard time imagining that you will not come home with special memories. I hope you do.