AQHA and APHA are by far the most popular breeding associations in Europe. And while the NSBA Futurity and the NSBA European Championship are held in Germany, there are hardly any other NSBA-approved classes offered in the country with the highest population of Quarter Horses outside North America. Germany’s northern neighbours, however, seem to love the NSBA. We have asked two competitors from Denmark on their opinion why that is the case: AQHA competitor Natasha Møller and APHA competitor Dóra Gözce.
The Showlife has exclusively learned that the first foal out of the remarkable Only A Glamourgirl was born in France […]
Ein ganz neues Turnier mit aufregenden Klassen: Das soll hinter den neuen Shows in Hessen stecken, die seit Wochen als Veranstaltung […]
It is one of each equestrian’s biggest fears: Your horse is injured. We would do anything to make our four-legged […]
Together with Johanna and Martin Oswald, we will give away an amazing prize! You can find further details at the end of this article, but let’s just say: Whoever wins will have a very well-bred Western Pleasure and Allround prospect in the end.
The Showlife has exclusively learned that another horse from Stein Show Horses will move to the Czech Republic: 15-year-old Nikol Pavlicova […]
Leonie: I remember travelling to the Congress and World Show for the first time, in 2012, my first time in […]
Grey horse with an exceptional pedigree, owned by Fei Ehmann – many European equestrians will definitely associate this description with […]
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…exactly one year ago, we started this blog. And what a hell of a ride it has been so far: […]