Yes, showing is fun – but have you ever dreamed of going on an adventure with your horse? Susanne Maeder from Switzerland is doing that on a regular basis. She explores the Alps with her Quarter Horse.
Unsere zweite Podcast-Episode ist draußen! Dieses Mal auf deutsch und mit Claudia Wichtmann von CC Showhorses. Wir sprechen über die schönen Momente der Allroundzucht, aber auch über Schattenseiten, über den “Aachen-Blues” und wie Vermarktung vor Facebook und Instagram funktioniert hat.
A few weeks ago, we did a Clubhouse talk on equality and accessibility in the riding industry. After that and our story on “Equestrians for Equality”, some readers pointed out that there is a viral video on Instagram that deals with sexual violence within the riding industry. We have talked to the initiator of the campaign, Lisa Marie Kreutz, who is a successful equestrian.
Nina Michaelsen does it all – she is a mother, runs a business and has a horse. How does she manage her daily life? We talked to her about her routines with her horse Good Rascals Impulse.
In this part of our series on DIY amateurs, we talked to Hanna Heinz whose horse lived really close by for a long time. She told us how she juggles her training without an indoor arena while working in the home office.
The next part in this series is the “I study at university, have two horses and do most of the barn chores by myself”- version featuring Lea Peters who tells us about her daily routines at the barn.
Up next in our series on DIY Amateurs is NSBA and FEQHA European Reserve Champion Franziska Hampf. She has told […]
In this new series, we introduce DIY amateurs who share their daily routines with us. They are at different points life. This time, we talked to Josephine Rudorf who is not only taking care of three horses but is the head of department in a big aviation company.
2020 – it’s probably not the year most of us have many fond memories of. For the sister duo Sandra Rüd and Christine Baier, however, the year had another bad surprise in store – besides the whole pandemic stuff. But – we can tell you this much – their story has a happy ending.
Being a horse trainer is risky business. It is not a job that is well integrated and supported in the systems of our European States. It is a job you can easily lose – especially in times of a pandemic. Laura Weber has not only founded her own business last year – Laura Weber Western Performers – but has recently started to go to university as well. We have talked to the 21-year-old about why she did that, what she thinks about having a certain kind of training as a horse trainer and her goals.