The Poštorná Riding Club (a member of the Czech Equestrian Federation) is a civic association founded for breeding horses, recreational and sport riding, training horses and riders, renting horses to train riders, organizing sport events and stabling of horses.
The club’s facilities are located in southern Moravia, in the town Breclav (in its district Poštorná), less than 60km from Brno and 80km from Vienna. The neighbourhood is surrounded by former Liechtenstein estate pine forests (now better known as the Lednice-Valtice area), which are interwoven with miles of riding trails that connect the towns and villages as well as hunting lodges, ponds and parks.
The club was founded in January 2002 when a former cow barn was purchased from an agricultural cooperative. The area was gradually built into its current form, and is constantly being improved.
The facilities are designed to make the care of horses as easy as possible, especially their training, for which the area is fairly well equipped.
In the main building are 16 stalls (3m x 4m). If necessary, the capacity can be expanded up to 26 boxes. We also have an inside wash box and facilities for a farrier. We are offering free boxes . Your horse can have in the box straw or shavings. We are feeding 2x a day hay and oats or barely. Paddocks for horses are open every day. Price for a month is 4.300 Kč.
- With our horses : 500 Kč - first part of the lesson is cleaning a preparing horse (15 min)
- With your horse – 300 Kč (30 min)
We are offering a trainning for your horse up to level Intermediate I.
Facilities for riders
Clubhouse facilities include a spacious dressing room, bathroom and shower.
In front of the main building are two large paddocks (1 ha and 0.5 ha). A smaller paddock (approximately 0.25 ha) is also available in the neighbourhood. All paddocks are secured with electric fencing.
A round pen (16m diameter) is available to train beginning riders.
Outdoor riding area
The main riding area (70m x 20m) is located behind the stables. The surface is composed of dug sand and is fully illuminated to permit night riding.