Riding lessons for beginners and experts
All through the year you have the ability to ride and to experience Icelandic Horses at our farm. Our riding lessons offer you the opportunity to have even more fun with the handling of Icelandic horses. To apply the newly learned is inducement and motivation at the same time. During the lessons you learn how to keep control over the different gaits and the horse itself. Our trained horses are suitable for any character. Reaching from easy to spirited.
In this context you can choose between single person lessons or group lessons. Our single lessons provide more room for intensive and profound focus on a certain area of training together with your personal coach (IPZV Coach A and prospective IPZV Coach B). Also the special Feldenkrais Lessons enjoy a great popularity among our community. These are offer by Anja Bünstorf for 30,- EUR.
Our site contains a dressage square, oval course, a lunge circle and a riding hall with boxes/paddocks for guest horses.
Optimal breeding on vast meadows (120 hectare) leads to social-strong and balanced horses. Our highly qualified coaches offer individual single- and group-lessons, as well as workshops with different emphases all over the year.
Or maybe you simply like to know what kind of event is next on our schedule? We surely have the right event for you.
Don’t hestitate to contact us under ++49 / (0)4181 35183 and especially if you have a desire for a special kind of training.
Well trained school horses
Good riding lessons are characterized by qualified instructors who teach individually and stress free. But equally important are well trained school horses,
which are suitable for beginners and advanced riders. By the species-appropriate keeping in a free stall barn with lots of exercise and social contacts, the school horses are able to relax after work and are thus always motivated and friendly.
For our little ones we have many school horses on the farm, which are particularly good-natured and patient. The video shows our youngest riding scholar climbing on our well-balanced school horse “Björk”.