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About us on TV B92...

A small TV clip about our farm featured our last guests and a presentation of our riding tour on national Serbian TV station B92...

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Itinerary

Day1:Arrive Belgrade Airport where you will be met and transferred (about two hours drive) to Sumarice, 150 km south of Belgrade...

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Horses and riding

Equestrian adventure Serbia

The rides are at a moderate pace overall, with routes taking you through forests and up and down mountain tracks, with opportunities for trots and canters in the open fields and where the terrain allows it...

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Accomodation

Equestrian adventure Serbia

To make your riding holiday a unique experience Equestrian Adventure – Serbia sought a variety of accommodations ranging from hotels, mountain lodges to private guest houses...

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About us

Everything begun in the spring of 2003 when we decided to leave the urban settings and move to a small village named Bare in central Serbia...

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HORSES AND RIDING

Horses - Equestrian adventure Serbia

The rides are at a moderate pace overall, with routes taking you through forests and up and down mountain tracks, with opportunities for trots and canters in the open fields and where the terrain allows it. To participate you should be an intermediate rider, comfortable in the saddle at all paces as the tour requires 4 to 6 riding hours per day on varied terrain.

The minimal requirement is that you are in control of a horse at a walk, trot and canter and are used to riding in the open country and over different types of terrain.

Horses that you will ride are Lipizzan horses, horses mixed with Lipizzan and Balkan, mixed Balkan and Bosnian Mountain horses. The breed of speckled horse is unknown. The Balkan breed is characteristic for this area and known for its gentleness.

They are small to medium sized, strong hearted animals, especially suitable for trail and endurance riding. Sure footed on rough ground help the rider cover greater distances with less effort.

Horses and riding - Equestrian adventure Serbia

Our horses (Negrita, Funny, Jasmina and Ella) are Bosnian mountain horses with the hands high between 140cm -147cm. One horse (Masha) is black and white speckled (Pinto), seems to be a cold blooded horse. She reminds at a Freiberger of the form and temper. Breed unknown. Hands high 152 cm. (Gelding: Timo) His mother is a mixture of a Balkan horse and some unknown other, his father a Lipizzaner. (Gelding: Teo) is as well mixture of Balkan and an other horse. Breed unknown. Hands high 157 cm. Our youngest Gelding a mixture of a Hungarian horse and an American trotters, (Lobo) has currently a hands high of about 156cm. The Shetland Pony (Milka) has a hands high of 105cm. We bought this year two new, wihte lipizzan-mares. Micca has a hands high of 155cm and Flor has a hands high of 160cm.

Our Horses

  • Timo ★2008
  • Teo ★2009
  • Lobo ★2012
  • Micca ★2008
  • Flor ★2010
  • Funny ★2002
  • Negrita ★2004
  • Jasmina ★2008
  • Ella ★2012
  • Mascha ★2010
  • Milka ★2011
  • Elektra ★2004 ➜ Glogi ★2016


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