The stud Bonhomme is since the 80s a well-known and popular destination for amateur and professional horse people.
After 2009, we were able to work once more for one of the leading stud farms in flat racing.
The spacious and high quality oval horse walker provides the thoroughbreds of Newsells Park Stud in the UK ideal training conditions to prepare the horses for their international tasks.
Up to 12 horses can be moved with a corner radius of a round walker at the same time in the 20m x 30m large horse walker.
The 2.40m wide and generously covered track provides the horses enough space to turn around comfortably in a change of direction.
“Oh, I would love to have a horsewalker like that!” is something that we often hear from our customers, “but we just don’t have any space for it.”
Sometimes you just need a little experience and imagination to find the perfect solution. The best example of this is the Teomatic horsewalker that has just been built in Sprockhövel.
Röwer & Rüb is particularly delighted of being able to carry out a special project for a longstanding customer of many years. We will assemble 80 tons of timber and steel in the Arab world to create the largest horsewalker in the world.
Not only are the local conditions very specific – the dimensions of the oval horsewalker are larger than anything the global horsewalker industry has ever seen: 40 horses can be trained at the same time in the 75m x 150m horsewalker – each lap is approximately 450 metres.
Our team is proud to announce the arrival of two new members. Customers in the South and West of Germany can look forward to the support of two outstanding members of staff. We are very pleased that we will be able to continue to offer you excellent advice and consultation in the future, as our two new faces are truly horse enthusiasts.
Ms. Heinz and Mr. Wild have fulfilled their dreams just outside Munich. The well-attended opening ceremony on 1 May clearly showed that Gut Weiglschwaig with its generous architecture offers horse and rider ideal conditions and is already deemed to be one of the showpieces in Bavaria.
The Munich-model horse stalls stand out with their open frontage and either have their own paddock or are equipped with a window. In the facade, the powder-coated barn doors form an interesting contrast to the light windows and doors.