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.
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: