I am living in bamberg. There is boarding right of post, but it is 300 euro.. then the next cheapest I have seen was 240-250 euro.
She calls bella, z, because when she first started working with her, she had a horse named bella too. So it was a bit confusing having 2 bellas. And everyone called my horse "crazy".. including stormie- when bella was acting out [more of a joke when stormie called her it], she'd yell "youre crazzzyy". And z kind of stuck that way I guess.
It is about 40 minutes from Nuremberg. About 1 hour 45 minutes from frankfurt. Toward the southern part of germany.. :)
I have tried to find places to ride. The place off post that boards horses, does lessons. I took 2 lessons a week there for several months. But it is difficult for me. I don't understand german. And my instructor doesnt understand english. All he knew was, "up and down. Ok. No. Gallop". So when I did something wrong, which was always because I am a western rider.. never done english.. he would have to stop his class, walk up to me and position my feet or my back or arms. And show me with his body what to do. Too much work for me. I got frustrated and stopped going. I loved it. The horses were beautiful. But the language barrier was too much.
Kleines Worter Buch Fur Pferde Freunde...
THIS was my life savour.
I'm quite lucky that my trainers other half speaks English, but I still had to learn... if you need a hand, then ask and I can do some translating... or catch the train down here and ride one of our QH stallions :P
Ahh you have no idea how badly I wish I could do that Lol. If you were serious, I might even take you up on that offer. Are you far from bamberg? I haven seen a quarterhorse in person in about 4 years.. it'd be a sight for sore eyes! Posted via Mobile Device
The stallions aren't really ridden lol two are olddd men, and one is being broken in but only one lady rides him.. there are a couple of other western horses at our place, and theres all the broodies, a filly called flare (she's GORGEOUS) and the babies from last year!
I would love to come see! I would have to bring my kiddos with me though.. :) but they love horses so much. My oldest is nearly 6 years old and she misses her bella dearly. Shed love it. Posted via Mobile Device