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Min mor, min søn på 4 og jeg drager afsted forventningsfulde afsted til Meldgaard heste, efter at have lavet en aftale på forhånd om en trækketur til sønnen, hvor min mor skal trække og jeg skal ride ... more »My mother, my son is 4 and I shall leave expectant off to M horses, after having made an appointment in advance of a trækketur for the son of man, how my mother must drag and I must ride on another horse. I have ridden before, but is out of training. There is time for a bachelorette party, when we come out there, so we'll wait a long time to get started. They believe that I see experienced out (I have breeches on), and although I insist on getting a quiet horse, they choose a young horse to me. So we need to pick up the horses, grooming and opsadle, here, I notice a lot of bad horse's hooves, which smells sour and looks broken and lose those ugly out. They are sending my mother alone away with my son on a pony in a halter in a pull rope. Explaining her fast a road, and then says that I need to ride with another group. I ride off with the new group, which consists of the leader and the two tourists, one of whom has absolutely no experience. After we have ridden ca. 10 min. leader asks whether we should trot. Everyone says ok, and it goes more or less, borstset from that one tourist has a hard time keeping the balance and constantly loses the foot out of the Stirrup. My horse is very fresh, but on the other hand, is not so sure the legs and stumbles a lot. When we get past a field of other horses head again that we propose traver. The horses Gallop on the field and my horse is very crazy to run beside them. When I ask if we can slow down, she says, that the horse should be calm, when the other three it. It is the so not in my opinion! We ride in very difficult terrain, and has several times had to turn back because the leader not just knew that the road was closed. When we come to a dirt road she asks whether everyone is ready to gallop. The horse with the inexperienced tourist would not really go at a gallop, because it can feel that rider is uncertain. He even gives expression to it is hard, and that he constantly loses Stirrups. The leader continues to press, even if I say that it is ok if we not gallop, when it is the first time that he is out to ride. She thinks it is a shame if he didn't get tested it Finally get the the final. galloping and we land away extremely quickly. I concentrate just on snagging, and I've never ridden so fast in my life. Of course losing the rider in front of balance and Stirrups and will be catapulted from his horse, and my horse escapes by turning sharply into the field, so I also by smoking. I quickly get up and running, but the tourist will be lying down for a while, quite shocked. The leader does not matter, for she cannot jump off his horse and get up again, p.g.a. a back injury. My horse runs away, and I pull the tourist on his horse back to the farm. When I come back I meet my tearful son who has gotten a black eye and a great abrasions on her arm. The route they've shown my mother, is not marked, so she's going to go wrong down a road where a dog comes barking and continuously against them, thereby making the horse rears and dance around with my son, and he falls, of course. I am aware that there may be accidents and things are unpredictable when you are dealing with animals that do. BUT I think this place is beneath contempt, both in terms of safety, animal welfare, and general care. We must in any case never visit the site again, and nor will I recommend it to anyone else.
21 gymnasieelever og en idrætslærer var vi af sted først i april på det der blev en meget kort tur. Stedet er utrolig smukt og hyggeligt, men det var vidst også det eneste positive, der var at sige om... more »21 high school students and a physical education teacher, we were of the place first in april on it there was a very short trip. The place is amazingly beautiful and cozy, but it was also the only known positive, there was to say about it. "when we arrived at the spot, all the horses first pulled out of the barn and in from the fold, which gave us an awful lot of waiting, as there were only two employees to the 24 horse e. Since there really was any of us who had knowledge of horses, so we could just stand and watch. Subsequently we grooming and saddle up, which was also okay, but then it was otherwise too just up on the back of the horse too out in the open. There was no introduction to how to control the horse, what one should not do and why. The terrain we rode in was definitely not for the novice, as we all were. Steep slopes and so heavily wooded areas where path button could be discerned, it was that dominated our trip. We felt incredibly uncomfortable and seems destined not to it was fun to ride as close, which also indicated that our horses stumbled and was annoyed by all the shrubs and small trees which we were going to ride them through. We didn't have an expectation that everyone could stick on the horse, but because we only had to walk the whole trip, so it came as a little bit behind on us that two of us fell from his horse and was hurt the pga. the impassable terrain. There was not really acted like that should, in fact, was almost not traded. There would certainly have been more than two employees on to the bunch we were off. It seemed very unprofessional and one of the employees seemed very negative and were not particularly helpful. The horses had also not touched long could be distinguished, as they were driving wet of sweat after our short trip, and neither seemed completely optimal or particularly healthy for the animals. We were pretty disappointed when we came home, and felt certain that the place was not particularly professional or in any way be able to handle so many amateur riders at one time.
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