Horsemanship and Riding

Students at the secondary level can intensively get involved in the world of horses. The first step is to actively ensure the animal’s wellbeing:

Stall work and mucking out


Maintenance and care for the facilities, fences, meadows and all materials

A child can gradually become closer to the animal by fulfilling its needs, by observing individual animals and the herd, and by developing a growing understanding of horses.

Safe handling of all situations is important for a relaxed atmosphere:

on the way from A to B

at the grooming station

in the riding area

on the grounds

These are the foundations for any land work.
Attributes like clarity, patience, fairness, calmness, decisiveness and friendliness are promoted and are developed by being with horses.
Horsemanship is the collaborative relationship between human and horse - communication via body language and signs that should be practiced, maintained and constantly refined. Riding expands on this basis, whereby an understanding of impulses and gentle nudges pave the way towards being in harmony with the horse. This way, this mutual activity can result in joy, connectedness, friendship, fun and relaxation for both sides.

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