Regular trainings

Participants of our riding lessons vary by are – from 4-5-year-old kids, who are helped by their parents, to mothers and fathers, who also jump on the horse. There is no upper age limit for riding. We welcome all regardless of their level – complete beginners, amateurs and competitive athletes. The riding school has approximately 60 students. At the riding school, we mainly focus on dressage and jumping, but sometimes try also eventing and endurance. In the summer, we for a walks on the terrain.

One-time trainings

Riders who want to participate in single training are also welcome. These one-time trainings are mostly done as personal training, but in case of free places, a group training is also possibility. Jumping in one-time training is possible only if you have previous jumping experience. You can also come to one-time personal training with friends.

Timetable of the riding school

M16:00-16:45 Dressage (Terje)
16:45-17:30 Dressage (Terje)
18:00-18:45 Dressage (Kärt/Terje)
Tu16:00-16:45 Dressage/ Jumping (Terje)
W16:00-16:45 Dressage (Terje)
Th17:00-17:45 Dressage (Kärt/Terje )
18:00-18:45 Dressage/ Jumping(Siret)
F15:15-16:00 Dressage (Terje)
16:00-16:45 Dressage (Terje)
17:00-17:45 Dressage (Siret)
Sa09:15-10:00 Jumping (Terje)
10:00-10:45 Dressage (Terje)
10:45-11:30 Dressage (Terje)
12:00-12:45 Jumping (Siret)
12:45-13:30 Jumping (Siret)
Su11:00-11:45 Dressage (Siret)
NB! From June to August there are no trainings on Saturdays and Sundays!

Important information!

  • The riding lessons lasts at least 45 minuts.
  • Arrive to the training at leas an half an hour before the start of the training. In this case you will have enough time to bring your horse from the paddock and make him ready for the training session.
  • During the trainings a helmet is MANDATORY! If you don’t have your own helmet, you can use the schools’ helmet.
  • In jumping trainings we wear safety vest! If you don’t have personal vest you can use the schools’ vest.
  • After training, leave enough time to take the horse back to the paddock and put the training equipment back in its place.
  • We usually get the horses ready outside. In winter, in case of a cold weather, in a box. The box must always be tidied up after its use. You always have to clean up after your horse!
  • If you can’t participate in the riding lesson, it’s great if you let the trainer know in advance!
  • Missed trainings can be made up in case of a valid reason by the agreement with the trainer.
  • Students who participate in dressage training at least once a week can participate in jumping training.
  • Students have an obligation to be helpful, polite, and friendly towards animals and other people. Students have the responsibility to follow the coach’s instructions and orders.
  • Equestrian sports involve an increased risk of accidents and/or possible damage. The riding school is not responsible for causing property and/or non-property damage, including bodily injury or health damage. It is advisable to have insurance.


SIRET SAKS is level V trainer certified by the Estonian Olympics Committee, and licensed track master. Siret has more than 30 Estonian Championship and Cup medals of different colors to display. In addition, she has performed well in international eventing competitions. Siret instructs mainly advanced riders. She can conduct training in Estonian, Finnish and English. Phone: +372 522 3804

TERJE SAKS is level III trainer certified by the Estonian Olympics Committee, she is also licensed jumping judge and steward. In riding school Terje gives lessons both to beginner as well as advanced riders. She also manages the projects and finances of the riding school. She can conduct trainings in Estonian, Finnish and Russian. Tel: +372 513 7012

KÄRT SAKS helps with riding lessons with beginners and advanced riders. She can conduct trainings in Estonian, Finnish and English. Tel +372 5656 8489

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