Here is a list of the "good manners" that regulate the relations between "horse addicts" when they work in the stables with horses, when they are in the stable and when they observe the riders. FOR RIDERS IN THE FIELD • Ask the instructor or users for permission before entering and exiting the stables • Hold the right hand when crossing other riders (exactly as you do when traveling on the street!) • Who trots or gallops has right to use the track with respect to whoever proceeds to step (who must therefore leave the track) • "Call" the exercise: whoever does an exercise or a figure (for example a jump or a diagonal change) must notify the others in in order to have the necessary space to be able to perform it • Have an "eye" towards the more sensitive horses or the more timid riders, avoiding "daringly darting" near them • Do not make useless gossip disturbing the work of others • And finally use the good meaning: if another rider is in difficulty or is about to get on the saddle, do not disturb your horse FOR THOSE WHO OBSERVE THE RIDERS • Try not to scare the horses at work with sudden movements • Do not scream, clap your hands, make "thunderous" comments that can disturb even the riders • Do not let dogs enter the field • Do not enter the field running : enter walking and asking for permission • Do not rush near the stables with cars and motorbikes Discover now all our trips, tours, holidays and trekking on horseback. FOR THOSE WHO ARE IN THE STABLE • Leave the post office, the yard, the aisle clean • Close the saddlery, put away the key: ALWAYS! • Do not leave cases open; do not leave harnesses, clothing and various materials scattered around: they hinder the work of others • Sweep away the manure of your “pike”: ALWAYS!
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