Rob and Nicola Lickley run a competition facility in Albrighton, to the north west of Birmingham that does full justice to its name.
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.
Dream horse stables have now been erected in the Netherlands. A private show jumping and stud farm that could not be more appealing is currently under construction in the south of the Netherlands.
This project was great fun for all involved. As the owner knew exactly what he wanted for his horses, he built a beautiful, generously dimensioned and horse-friendly riding centre with great sensitivity and aesthetic sense. Centuries-old bricks and roof tiles were used with great attention to detail and now exude a sense of history at the new facility.
(Zolling) The 2016 German Champion in the show jumping class for ladies, Simone Blum, now has new stables for her championship horses
2016 has been a very successful year for Simone Blum in more ways than one. In May she completed her Master's degree in Chemistry and Biology. After securing the Amazons vice-championship with her successful horse Flying Boy, she continued her winning streak with the 9-year-old chestnut mare Alice in Balve, winning the championship title in the show jumping class.
(Fraunberg) A great deal has happened this year at the Birkenhof stud farm. The barn has been renovated and a horsewalker was installed.
The Birkenhof stud farm, located in a secluded setting near Fraunberg in Bavaria, is a beautiful place to breed and train horses. Peace, a relaxed atmosphere, a very well-tended environment and a committed team offer equestrian training and sport at a very high level.
In only a few days a new horsewalker with track roof will be installed at the Syker Strasse in Thedinghausen.
The facility has a diameter of 15m and covers the track over a width of 3.80m. The base plates of the solid steel beams all face outwards. This means that any potential stumbling points for horses and riders have been eliminated. This model naturally does not have any hazardous wind bracing on the walls.