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Consult our library of most frequently asked questions, organized by category!

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  • Aren't stallions dangerous?
    Yes and no. The stallions are just horses that have a natural leadership urge for "group care" and they do not like to stray too far from the group. When you ride a stallion, you should also pay attention not to get too close to another stallion. They are just as soft in the mouth as the other horses but we would only ask you to pay attention to the other horses.
  • What horses will we be riding?
    Mares and stallions of Arab-Berber origin. Our horses are not as big as European or American horses, but they are very surefooted and strong and are used to our climate.
  • What saddles are provided?
    Mostly English and some military tracking saddles. Some people bring their own gel-cushion or sheep-skin cover to put over the saddle since the long hours require some 'athletic buns' ;)
 
  
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