Hevosten täysihoito ja valmennus

Savikossa tallissa on 4 asiakaspaikkaa. Ratsutamme ja koulutamme hevosia ja poneja yhdessä omistajan kanssa EASEL®HorseTrainingin ja klassisen ratsastuksen periaatteita ja prosesseja noudattaen. Asiakashevoset ulkoilevat laumana isolla alueella ympäri vuoden ja niin pitkiä aikoja kuin itse haluavat ja voivat hyvin. Savikkoon ovat tervetulleita myös orit, ”vaikeat ja vaaralliset”, hermostuneet ja pelkäävät, vatsahaavaiset ja ilottomat hevoset ja varsat täysihoitoon, kuntoutukseen ja (uudelleen)koulutukseen.

2021 tallivuokra täysihoitopaikalla on 650€/kk (syyskuu-toukokuu), kesälaidunmaksu 350€/kk (kesäkuu-elokuu)

Valmennustunnit 30€/kerta tallin asukkaille, ulkopuolisille valmennettaville sekä Savikon hevosella ratsastaville 60€/kerta

EASEL®HorseTraining

is a pedagogy and philosophy about how to train horses from foal to senior based on social constructionism as the learning theory – learning in social interaction, in relationships based on mutual respect, communication, trust and care. The same learning theory is behind the so-called Do-As-I-Do method, ethical horsemanship and raising cognitive horses. In a relationship where both have the right to ask the other one to do something and say yes or no, and that right has been earned. That kind of relationship does not include intimidation and threatening with pain or fear. HT is also based on the current understandings of social neurosciences of humans and other social animals.

http://fcmconference.org/img/CambridgeDeclarationOnConsciousness.pdf

Mutually respectful relationships include that both within own capacity take care of the other one’s safety. They warn each other of danger. In the case of horses and people, at times for safety reasons the human has to take the lead and say ”this is how we must do now”. Like all horse and human parents do. Earned leadership in EASEL is situational, and motivated by care for also the other one’s well-being. Similarly it is important to note that when horses drive away as punishment disrespectful youngsters and new horses, it is similarly a question of protecting harmony and everyone’s well-being. Only socially deprived horses

Leadership shows also in investigating and learning together. Mares may even teach foals things that people have taught them, as you can see in the photos below. Again Claudia’s objective with the toy crocodile and curtains was to show the foals that there is nothing to be afraid of. The same with Ruusa standing on the seesaw. In HT we position ourselves with horses like mares and stallions with foals leadership when safety requires it, other times care and learning and playing together.