“Liv’s” pony is called Mercury, she is eight years old and is great for younger or smaller children. In addition to him, we also met the horse grandfather, Picolla, on which the kids often ride around the building and who loves those walks with the kids. There is also Ruby and the other horses we met in the stable, because each one has a name plate next to them, so you can immediately tell your child his name, without inventing Pegasus and Bucephalus. In addition to the stable, you can also enter the riding hall. We arrived at the right time because she was also being trained by older children who are already riding independently. This greatly interested Liv, who, I’m sure, can already be seen among them with that helmet, pants, and boots that are very nice to see. Movie scenes and movie atmosphere!
Tips & tricks for an even better time with horses
To make your and your child’s time with horses even better and safer, here are some useful guidelines!
1. Clothing and footwear
2. Always announce yourself
3. Ask the team anything!
You don’t understand horses? Nothing! You are not alone! Follow the instructions of the club employees, who will guide you in the rules of behavior among horses. Also, if you have brought a gift for the horses, such as carrots or apples, first ask the employees if you can give it to them and in what way. Namely, many horses have a precise schedule of knocking, which you cannot know if you do not contact those who care for them. Respect their rules and stable house rules – and you’ll have a good time at a gallop!