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picture: Fizzy Colors A few weeks ago, we received many messages from people who wanted to read about horses that […]
Stefanie Bubenzer is an International DQHA Champion, European Champion and — since a few week — AQHA’s Most Valuable Professional Horsewoman 2018. She is always eager to keep the AQHA industry in Europe up-to-date — although she never even wanted to become a horse trainer.
ad: Jadasa Jablonowski A few days ago, one of the most renowned European Youth show horses passed away. Radical Invitation […]
From sparkling show outfits to working clothes, from all-round events to working cattle, from Europe to Africa. Lisa Pfeffer and Johanna Steffen went on a very special adventure and are — of course — involved with horses.
Why do your horses wear these masks? Are there any disciplines for young horses? What kind of prejudices do you hold against jumping or dressage riders? Given the fact that the allround and English AQHA/APHA/ApHC events are still not as popular in Europe as they are in the states, even people that are involved in the horse industry sometimes have a lot of questions regarding our sport. In this new series, we are trying to answer some of the questions that friends of us who do jumping and dressage have sent in. Experts from our industry will try to answer all the questions.
Vacation destination, a location steeped in history and – unfortunately – one that appears in the news from time to time – that is how many Europeans know Israel. It is a small country but compared to other Asian countries, it is one of the most involved in the AQHA allround industry. Oded Locker is one of the few allround trainers from Israel and gave us some insight on his work.
Nina Müller, die auch unser Showlife-Logo gestaltet hat, arbeitet mittlerweile für Krämer Pferdesport und sucht ein Model für ein Shooting.
2018 is almost over and some of our readers took some time to look back and tell us about their favorite show moments of 2018.
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.