This school year the Kemper & Schlomski estate as usual offers exciting all-day offers for the thrilled kids. In the program of the elementary school „Liebestadt“ a new course "The Norwegian Fjord horse" occupies the central part.
Mane, tail and etc. - What are the body parts of a horse? What is a croup? Or which kind of gaits are existing? - In the first theoretical part, Marco Vogel the estate employee teaches all necessary and vital facts about the fascinating four-legged friends. Our VEY (Voluntary ecological year, ger. Freiwilliges Ökologisches Jahr – FÖJ) representative Madeline supports Marco as well.
Riding horse at walk and trot in the lunge, horse controlling, tying and cleaning are all an integral part of the course and would be examined on the First riding certificate (RA10) which children anticipating trembling from excitement. The practical experience children can gather at the Kemper & Schlomski estate. Well-trained, gentle ponies cannot help from waiting for the tender, soft and intensive communication with the little horse friends. - All-girls! - No way! Among the girls, there are also a few guys eager to approach the proud animal.
News from the little horse friends
Riding instructor and trainer Marko Vogel is accompanied today by one of our three VEY representatives Madeline. Together, they clarify all the unanswered questions about the Fjord horses. Body constitution, gaits and characteristics of the different horse breeds are important parts of the instructional content and the first riding certificate.
Finally, to the horses
After the theoretical part has been completed, time finally has come. The first group of curious pupils visited the estate and received their first practical lesson as part of the full-day offer (GTA) Norwegian Fjord Horse. Learn more here...