Up and running at a gallop

After its sudden move from Moshav Shoresh to its new home in Yad Hashmona, King David Stables is once again thriving.

By BEN MANN
April 4, 2013 16:37
3 minute read.
As well as their regular classes, the stables now offer equestrian Tai Chi and Qi Gong.

Horses 370. (photo credit: Courtesy)

 
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King David Stables, a riding school and facility for the past 30 years, is up and running – again. Several months ago, the stables – with some 25 horses and millions of shekels in specialized equipment – were forced to move almost overnight from their home of the past seven years at Moshav Shoresh when negotiations to renew their contract unexpectedly broke down.

“It was an unbelievable challenge to surmount,” says Anthony Lipschitz, who, together with his son, Arik, owns the stables. “But we managed and are now stronger than ever. It was not something we wanted, but it gave us an opportunity to regroup, rethink and, ultimately, make things better.

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