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The German Riding School (Deutsche Reitschule): In 1926 the first test regulations for riding and driving personnel were laid down by the then Prussian Ministry of Agriculture, Domains and Forests. Four years later, the German Riding School was founded on the Rittergut Düppel near Berlin. State-approved riding instructors and riding masters were trained here until the collapse in 1945. In 1997 Hannes Müller took up his position as head of training at the German Riding School. Among other things, he contributed significantly to the new regulation on the professional training of horse herders in 2011. This is based on the current industry situation and the new requirements that professional riders (horse keepers "classic riding training") have to face.
A visitor shared this in a review "The stallion parade at the The German Riding School was the real highlight. It would have needed more options for toilets, it is at least 20 minutes. More equestrian shops or the like for browsing would have been nice."