The coronavirus might annoy us, but this article is proof that many good things can result from quarantine. Nina Zwölfer has used the time during the lockdown to write a book about trail obstacles. The long-time riding instructor from Austria published her book just recently and was ranked quite high on the Amazon bestseller list. Furthermore, many people on social media posted videos of them doing fun and innovative trail obstacles. So we had to know: What is this book about?
Yes, the coronavirus is dominating the news, but there still are some other things happening in this world right now – especially in the equestrian world. Moritz Stummer and his family, for instance, are facing a really big change right now: They have purchased a big facility close to Vienna in Austria. Moritz is a multiple European and Austrian Champion and has told us about this big change.
Before everyone was talking about the coronavirus, Bernadette Grubauer stayed in the United States and lived everyone’s dream: She interned for Tim and Shannon Gillespie – and she was able to show in the States as well. Bernadette shared her experience and gave some advice for everyone who dreams of being an intern for a US trainer.
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