Just outside Hanley Swan in the county of Worcester, racing horse trainer David Dennis has subjected the family’s own racing stables to extensive renovation work. The result is a state-of-the-art equestrian centre with all the benefits and practicalities of contemporary horsekeeping.
She is German show jumping champion: Simone Blum. Already in 2015 she won the silver medal at the German Championships with her horse Flying Boy. In 2017 she managed a sensation: With her mare Alice she won gold in the men's classification. That had only managed Meredith Michaels-Beerbaum before her.
Whether in Thedinghausen or on trade fairs, we are looking forward to welcome you!
We are based at the heart of the equestrian state of Lower Saxony in close proximity to the famous equestrian town of Verden, and share the region’s passion - a love of horses. We have made this passion our job. Although we now have international operations, we have never lost touch with our roots. We were and still are an owner-managed manufacturing business that is equipped with the latest technology but that
The oval horsewalker with a tarpaulin roof in the show park in Thedinghausen was dismantled in December, sent to Spain and reassembled there. Now a brand new oval horsewalker, to which several changes have been made, is on display in Thedinghausen. It was previously shown at the EQUITANA 2017 trade fair in Essen.
White Hill Stud is based in the North of England, in the beautiful and romantic Ribble Valley in Lancashire. It is a new state-of-the-art purpose built breeding facility owned by family Whittaker. The stunning design of the facility comes from the pen of Jennifer's husband and was built according to the wishes of the family.
Gut Rosenhof is located to the south west of Munich, embedded in the wonderful landscape of the Alpine foothills. At Anja Beran’s equestrian centre, classical horsemanship is a true passion. The stables, indoor and outdoor riding arenas and the gardens have been designed to make horses and their riders feel completely at home.
Valerie Charpantier, producer of the luxury sparkling wine Pierre Moncuit, has fulfilled her dream of running her own dressage and breeding facility in the Champagne area of France.
The facility can accommodate 24 horses in generously dimensioned stables. The Hanoverian brood mares and their foals have moved into the four large pens. The facility is rounded off by the house, indoor riding arena, lungeing arena and additional grazing areas.