Training & Education
Wearing a helmet is a must (helmets are provided);
Climb on and off the horse on the horse’s left side;
Do not walk behind the horse at a close distance to avoid being kicked;
Do not make abrupt movements or loud noises while being close to horses;
Do keep a distance of 2-3 meters from the horse in front, behind and next to you;
Do meet the rider moving towards you with your left shoulder.
If you are willing to feed horses on your visit, please go for apple, carrot, cabbage, pumpkin or sugar, etc. We do not mind, if you treat delicacies to your favorites. But please do not feed horses when no one from the staff is around. Horses should be fed from an open palm, fingers stretched and the hand kept slightly below the bar of the cage.
Note: Our dogs are also friendly and sociable. Feel free to play with them, but please do not disturb them when they are busy eating, and make sure you do not step on their tails. It is pretty painful and the dog’s reaction may be quite unexpected.
We have an open air pavilion and a house in which our clients can change their clothes, have a rest with a cup of thyme, mint, rose-hip tea, coffee or seasonal fruits. Shower option is available. Children, who are in no mood to ride a horse or are waiting for their turn to ride, can enjoy themselves by playing in the playground with “happy wings”.