Rob Ehrens has once more erected a new facility in Weert in the Netherlands. The 3.6 hectare site now has new stables with 36 large stalls, a 57 x 32 m indoor arena and an oval horsewalker for 10 horses.
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.
Emma Blundell has built a chic new stable facility on her parent's farm to the north of the city of York.
This independent young British lady was not born into an equestrian family. However, her parents allowed her and her sister to have the riding lessons they longed for at a local riding school. The shy attempts of a 7-year-old developed into a tremendous passion and her profession.
Jamie Gornall has created a small paradise for himself and his horses in the county of York in the north of England.
The British show-jumping champion has once more settled in his homeland after riding in Germany for many years. He was trained by Janne Friederike Meyer, Ludger Beerbaum and Rolf Göran Bengtsson. Di Lampert and John Whittaker also influenced his equestrian career. Today Jamie Gornell is a successfully international rider.