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.
Congratulations are in order for Alena Helmcke and Shes Doolins Nikita: The 2001 black tobiano mare is the first European horse to be induced into the APHA Hall of Fame. It is the climax of a great story of success given that “Niki” has won 32 medals at the Euro Paint during her career, making a total of 1053 APHA points. However, it is also a sad story, because in 2013 Niki passed away.
The Showlife has exclusively learned that Fei Ehmann, owner of Only A Glamourgirl, has purchased Futurity Champion Heskeboshotmarlana.
In our series, “A Day in the Life of…” we try to give our readers a chance to sneak a peek behind the scenes of the lives of decorated show horses. Two years ago, we did an article about Batt Ur Lashez, a top ten Congress horse, that moved to the Czech Republic. By now, the mare and her owner Nikol Pavlicova have become European Champion in Performance Halter Open, Youth Western Pleasure, Youth Western Showmanship and NSBA European Champion. But what is “Cassie” like behind the scenes? We have talked to her owner Niki to find out.
One great thing about our sport is diversity: There are classes that focus on the horse’s talent more than the riders and some were being an excellent equestrian is a must. There are two classes in which the rider’s body position is very important: Western Horsemanship and Hunt Seat Equitation. This article is about advice on how to improve your body position on the horse. Congress Champion Jadasa “Dasi” Jablonowski and her clients Mirja Bassing and Daniela Wagner are talking about their daily routines when it comes to practicing Western Horsemanship and Equitation. Furthermore, physiotherapist Laura Pfeifer will introduce some exercises that are helpful when working on that right body position.
About 15 to 20 years ago, most people who showed at Western horse shows, were people who “switched”. People who started riding dressage horses or hunter jumpers and then got involved with the Western riding industry. Julia Schlömp, however, did it the other way round. She quit the allround events and is now showing at show jumping events.