Classical dressage and horse tricks lessons with KFPS friesian gelding
We offer you the unique opportunity to try dressage lessons with trick elements with our talented friesian gelding. We will provide the transfer between your hotel in Karlovy Vary and the stable. You will get amazing photos that you will proudly show to your friends. Also we offer dressage lessons and trick lessons for you with your horse in your place. Our philosophy is to show you the way how to create a special bond with your horse. We will learn you how is to spend time together doing activities that you both enjoy and how is to become your horse happy, more confident, trusting you and willing to learn.
Magnificent way to transform your event into a fairy tale
If you’re a horse lover, there’s nothing quite so magical or unexpected as involving your favorite beast in your wedding or other event. Horses are the perfect addition to any event as they embody romance, beauty, strength and good fortune. Create a show-stopping moment on your wedding day by arriving at your venue, or even into your ceremony, upon a noble steed. You don’t need to be a professional rider. We will prepare you during 2-3 lessons. An elegant display of dressage as your guests arrive at the venue or some show-tricks while the canapes are served could be the ticket to make your event memorable for your guests!
Unique and effective advertisement, art photo shoot, films
Create some truly magical memories during your photo shoot by taking shots with a beautiful horse.
In the magnificent beauty of horses there is a spirit that resonates in our souls and makes us dream of open horizons, the wind in our hair and unbridled freedom. We also offer our horses for filming in advertising and films. If you are interested do not hesitate to contact us.
My first principle - there are no lazy horses. There are just horses that are not interested in their rider!
Six years ago I decided to fulfill my dream and buy a Friesian horse. I decided to buy a four-year-old KFPS 2premie Ster gelding. His uniqueness was his extraordinarily mild nature and height at the withers of 170 cm, which is very rare in the Friesian breed. At the time, I could never imagine that it would be these qualities that would be a real challenge (test) for me as a professional horse rider and trainer. For many years practicing dressage in Belarus, the Czech Republic, and Portugal, I never saw any obstacles in training a new horse.
However, when I started training from the ground, on the lunge and later under the saddle,
I was confronted with a complete lack of flexibility in the hind legs, a catastrophic lack
of energy, and a complete reluctance to perform dressage exercises. None of the techniques
I had known before seemed to work. I turned to other trainers for help. I often heard from
them that it is best to sell the horse and buy another one. I eventually I found myself at
a dead end. When I realized that no one could help me, I frantically began looking for a solution.
Here are four principles that allowed me to achieve good results and that have changed me as a horse
rider, trainer and as a person.
*The first principle:
there are no lazy horses. There are just horses that are not interested in their rider!
*The second principle:
to achieve the result (successful horse training) there is only one effective system of interaction with the horse, i.e. the “pupil-teacher” system. The horse is the pupil, and the trainer (rider) is the teacher. If your aim is to train a horse up to a high dressage level, then avoid a "friend-friend" or on the contrary an "employee-subordinate" system.
*The third principle:
the effectiveness of your methods can be seen on the exterior of the horse. Develop a training system and provide the horse with the nutrition and regime to build up the muscles needed to prepare it for further exercise.
*The fourth and most important principle:
include training tricks in the program in every stage of horse training. The fourth principle will help you to arouse the horse’s interest, to make very close contact with the horse, to actively engage the horse during training, to accelerate the formation of the necessary muscles, to improve the horse’s balance, to solve any issues of disobedience or distrust.