FIRST CLUB IN VIETNAM
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Hippo Farm has infrastructure allowing all equestrian leisure or competition activities.
The official FFE licenses can be issued, which allows you to be insured worldwide for equestrian activities and to be able to pass the official FFE diplomas (Gallops) with our federal instructor. It is also possible in some cases to participate in contests.
12 boxes of more than 15m²
1 box of 30m² for a filly and her foal;
1 lunging ring;
1 horse riding arena of 1200m² (60mx20m);
1 club house with restaurant (100 people max) and salt pool of 20m x 8m.
Our Horses & Ponies
Riding lessons & galloping
Lessons can be given in French
or in English, by reservation, with our French federal instructor Aurore . Whether for a recovery, a walk outside, jumping or dressage Aurore will make you progress with requirement and rigor.
For courses in French or Vietnamese
you can also book with Catherine .
A riding school course lasts 1 hour (45 minutes riding and 15 minutes preparing the horse before / after).
Supervised walks can be organized outside under conditions (1 to 2 hours maximum). A ride in the merry-go-round will be required before being able to claim an outing to control the level of the rider.
For FFE licensed riders,
A program for the passage of official FFE gallops can be set up with our instructor. For this, please contact us.
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Passionate about horses and riding since always, I decided to come to Vietnam to transmit my knowledge to the side of Catherine and Olivier with whom I share the same way of working and the desire to see horses evolving in the best conditions.
After spending 3 years in a sport studies (HDN academy) in the south of France, I decided to take my BPJEPS (monitorat) at the city of Tarascon horse in 2014 to be able to teach.
Since obtaining my diploma, I have worked in various stables in France: owners' stable, equestrian center, business stable where I could teach and improve my riding and my pedagogy.
Also having a competitive spirit, I turned to the CSO (show jumping competition), equestrian discipline that combines precision, rigor and adrenaline.
I love my job and my main objective is to advance the riders in a fair riding where the respect and the physical ethics of the horse prevail.
Thus find a real agreement in the horse-rider couple where everyone would enjoy evolving and working together.