We will meet at the town centre depending on your travel arrangement. The town is just over an hour drive from Prague, there is good public transport so most guests come by bus which is quite easy and cheap. (3 euros one way). Please note that the place in the map is the place where you get the bus from, I won't meet you there but will give you exact instructions and wait for you when you get off the bus. Once we are at the stable, you'll meet the horses, we will groom them together and saddle up. The first part of the ride takes you through an army training area, where entry is normally prohibited (we get a special permission for that). Later, we ride along a stream next to hops gradens (for beer production). We take a little break for a picnic in a forest. Be ready to spend between 3 and 4 hours in a saddle (or more!), depending on how fast you want to go. After, you can visit the historical centre of town with a microbrewery by yourself or return back to Prague. It is almost a whole day trip with the transport.
Horse riding has been my hobby for 20 years and the stable is the place where I spend most of my free time. My regular job is teaching English. My friend Ina who runs and owns the stable has been taught by great western riders and I am glad that she could pass some of that knowledge on me. We have horses for all abilities so whether this will be your first time riding a horse or you are a very experienced rider, we can tailor the experience for you. Ina and me take part in all rides so even if this is your first time riding, you are supervised at all times by me or her on a horse right next to you so you are completely safe. We ride in a small, private group of 3 people maximum. Larger groups also possible, please ask in advance.
The place in the map is where the bus leaves from and I am not meeting you there but will send you exact instructions. I'll wait for you once you get off the bus.
Ride through the countryside