She was one of Europe’s most successful Youth riders throughout the past years – after a bittersweet win at the Q18 in Youth Trail, Laura Weber said goodbye to her Youth career. From now on, the 19-year-old will fully pursue her career as a trainer of allround horses.
Nina Müller ist APHA Europameisterin, Landesmeisterin der EWU – und hat mittlerweile einen Job, von dem sicher viele andere Reiter auch träumen. Sie arbeitet bei Krämer Pferdesport, einem der größten Unternehmen für Reitsport-Equipment in Deutschland. Als erfolgreiche Westernreiterin ist Nina auch genau im Einsatz, wo ihr Fachwissen aus der AQHA-, APHA und EWU-Szene gebraucht wird: im Westernbereich, den die Firma auch seit Jahren stetig ausbaut.
Many allround riders in Europe have started their riding career by riding dressage or jumping horses or ponies and only after a while transferred to the Western events. With Stella Peter, however, the opposite is the case: She is known as a great all-round rider and being a multiple European Champion, Reserve German Champion, Bavarian Champion … well, we could go on and on. Recently, however, her Instagram account is flooded with horse pictures – but it is not her trusted gelding Cats Hot Image we see, but a dark mare that does not really appear to be a Quarter Horse.
One of our earliest articles on The Showlife was on Elisa Frischbier and her mare Shes All The Candy that […]
Just recently, The Showlife has done an article about Larissa Rohr, an Amateur rider who shows while being pregnant. That, […]
Jadasa Jablonowski has won her second Congress Champion title – and we have all the details: Read our interview to find out how Dasi managed to get from the Q International DQHA Championship to the All American Quarter Horse Congress within a few days, how she prepared for the class and what other goals she has:
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By now, most people have recognized the latest change, AQHA has done regarding Europe: Limiting the points ranges for the Level 1 – drastically. We have asked two European trainers, what they think of the change:
Larissa and her fiancé. Picture by: buy-a-picture.de/Roberto Robaldo We all know what we strive most for when showing: looking like […]
Some do it like pros, while others get desperate everytime – finding the right make-up for the show. It should be elegant, highlight your best features, but not look like a mask. Maybe, some of you have a nice friend who does your make-up, but for all the other ladies out there getting desperate over their make-up: Don’t worry! There is hope! Lina Paßgang offers professional make-up at the Q18. Whoever gets their make-up done for 35 Euros, also contributes to our industry: Lina will donate 20 percent of her income to the DQHA Youth.