Testimonials

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Mylene Diederichsmeyer

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Nick Skelton

He began riding at age 18 months and in 1974 and 1975 took two team silvers and an individual gold at the Junior European Championships. He has competed numerous times at the European Show Jumping Championships, winning three golds, three silvers and three bronzes both individually and with the British team over a 26-year time period. In 1980 he competed in the Alternative Olympics where he helped the British team to a silver medal. He currently holds the British Show Jumping High Jump record, which he set in 1978.

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Jorinde Verwimp

Jorinde Verwimp was Belgium’s best performing rider at the 2013 European YR Championships in Compiegne, France, and she won the Belgian Young Riders Championships. She has made the transition to Under 25 Grand Prix level aboard her top horse Tiano. Jorinde had a bronze medal at the European dressage Championships in Arezzo.

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Thomas Weinberg

Thomas Weinberg has been enjoying success as a junior with many wins and placings in classes up to the 1.50m level. He received his “Golden Reitabzeichen” for 10 wins in S classes in 2003 and has won the Rhine Junior Championships 4 times. He now has the opportunity to show at international horse shows and is “holding his own” very well.

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Roberto Cristofoletti

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Rik Hemeryck

“I come from a family with a great interest for horses. My parents were breeders and I grew up at our yard where they had about ten stallions and a breeding business. I have been riding since I was ten years old, and as a junior I won the European Championships for Belgium. At 18 I decided to quit school, and it has been all about showjumping for me ever since (…).

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Raf Kooremans

Raf became eventing champion of the Benelux four times and was Belgian Eventing Champion three times. He placed second in the Dutch Championships twice. Raf was shortlisted on the Dutch team for the Olympics in London. Four years ago Raf decided to became part of the Dutch team instead of the Belgian team. He had dual nationality with both countries.

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Oliver Lazarus

Oliver was almost born in the saddle and from just a few weeks old would be taken on his mother’s back while she rode around the farm in Malkerns, Swaziland. Since then he has been riding daily and there have always been horses at home and he has been involved in all aspects of riding. In 2002 he started his Junior career and then had an opportunity to train in England for two English summers, which allowed him to experience and compete on the British circuit as well as county shows.

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Nisse Luneburg

Nisse Luneburg, born September 25 1988 in Hetlingen is a German show jumpers. In 2006 he won with Little Lord the run-test at the German Jumping and Dressage Derby in Hamburg , with this victory was a breakthrough. Since few years, he is a professional rider. In May 2012, he won the 83rd German Jumping Derby in Hamburg.

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Niels Bruynseels

(…) AA Talent of the Year. In the first edition of this Belgian talent support plan, Belgium’s finest Juniors and Young Riders were put to the test. Niels was the first rider ever to receive this honorable title. 2010 (…) victory in the Belgian Championship with Aluna, (…) Niels’ story so far has been one of bringing young and talented horses to the top. Thanks to a series of good sponsors and loyal owners and a proven training-system Stal Bruynseels look confident towards 2012.

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Michel Robert

Michel Robert has had a long and distinguished career in international showjumping. He has won 13 Olympic Medals, come 1st in the top ten in Brussels (2006) and won the final of the Global Champions Tour CSI 5* Grand Prix in Doha (2009), to name but a few achievements. The most memorable career moment for Michael is winning the World Championship with his team in Dublin in 1982, and his greatest influence has been his wife. His advice to other riders is to simply ‘love horses’.

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Maurice Tebbel

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Lucy Davis

Lucy Davis got an early start, riding as soon as she could walk by the age of five. Lucy earned great success on the West Coast of the USA, earning Grand Prix victories at HITS as well as Del Mar and Blenheim Horse shows. Lucy earned international acclaim in 2008 when she successfully competed at the Young Rider and Junior Championships. In 2010, she won, with Team USA, the Buenos Aires Nations Cup and the Consolation Class at the 2013 Barcelona Nations Cup Final. Lucy also collected top three placing in World Cup Qualifiers in Califonia and Washington during 2013.

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Leonie Peeters

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Lauren Hough

Having worked with so many amazing horses over the years, Lauren is unable to pick a favourite, and despite her many accolades her motto remains: “It’s all about the horse.”

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Laura Kraut

For almost two decades, Laura Kraut has represented the United States in the Olympic Games, World Cup Finals, and Nation’s Cup teams. Laura has been a consistent star performer on the Longines Global Champions Tour winning four LGCT Grand Prix as of the end of the 2013 season. Laura’s highest overall ranking finish to date is in 2013 when she finished 3rd.

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Julien Gonin

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Isabel Cool

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Hans Dieter Dreher

Hans-Dieter began horseback riding in his father’s school when he was a child. Today he holds an impressive record of wins, (…). His best-loved horses have been Magnus Romeo, Embassy and Constantin, and his advice to other riders is to always “be fair to your horses.”

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Gilles Thomas

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Eduardo Alvarez Aznar

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Dorothee Schneider

A German dressage rider competing at Olympic level. On 7 August 2012 Schneider was a member of the team which won the silver medal in the team dressage event.

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Daniel Heuer

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Cristina Pilella Proto

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Cassio Rivetti

Beginning riding at his father’s farm some 25 years ago, Cassio now counts winning the Grand Prix in Aachen (2009), the Nations Cup in Sopot in 2011, and the Grand Prix in Arezzo in 2011 and 2012 as his top performances in a career full of successes.Overall, his most memorable career moment is competing in the World Equestrian Games in 2006. Verdi and Temple Road are among the finest horses of his career and his father, Luiz A. Rivetti, has been his life’s greatest influence. His motto is: “keep working and you will arrive.”

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Carstens Otto Nagel

Born in Germany, Carsten began riding horses at age 7. Many years later, he has collected an impressive record of performances, including 2 wins at the Hamburg Derby, 2 times as a European Champion, and Grand Prix wins in London, St Gallen and Parimona. In a long career, the 49 year old rider says Corradina has been his favourite horse above all. His father has been his greatest influence and his motto is: “in quiet is the power”.

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Caroline Roffman

Caroline Roffman is a dressage rider and trainer who came up through the ranks of the Dressage Young Riders program and at age 23 is already a top contender in the FEI small tour, Grand Prix, and young horse program. She won 5 medals during her Junior/Young Rider career and was awarded the Fiona Ban Memorial Trophy for highest scoring young rider. Caroline competes her horses across the country and runs a thriving dressage training and sales business out of Lionshare


Billy Twomey

Twomey had been steadily climbing up the World Rankings for years until finally, in June 2011 (Ranking no. 125) he reached his highest ever Ranking of 3rd place.

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Bernadette Brune

Vie à Monte-Carlo, Monaco – Ville natale: Düsseldorf. Cavalière professionnelle et gérante de société. Créatrice du Domaine équestre des Grands Pins et des concours à Vidauban.

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Ben Maher

Ben Maher is a show jumper. He represented Britain at the 2008 Beijing Olympics, 2009 European Championships, Windsor, and 2012 London Olympics. http://www.benmaher.me.uk

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Anne Sophie Godart

Anne Sophie Godart is a rider specialising in show jumping. She is ranked 31st nationally after a series of wins last year. Anne Sophie trains in Wavre in Belgium. She is a regular of the Masters Grand Slam Indoor. Participating in CSI 2* of the Gucci Paris Masters 2012, the French rider made her way to be part of the best riders in the world by taking part in her first CSI 5* at the Longines Hong Kong Masters 2013.

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Anna Giugno

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Andrè Thieme

Thieme is a professional show jumping rider and master horse farm manager (“Pferdewirtschaftsmeister“). In 2007 he was second at the championship of the German professional show jumping riders. In 2009 and 2010 Thieme was the most successful rider of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern. He was several times part of German Nation Cup teams in Eastern Europe and North America.

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Amy Graham

Amy is based in Belgium and competes throughout the year at CSI and CSIO competitions in Portugal, Spain, Italy, France, Germany, The Netherlands, Belgium and Austria, at 3, 4 and 5 star level. As a Young Rider Amy won the Australian National Young Rider Championships and then as a senior rider she won the Australian World Cup League Series and with Transatlantic she won the leading horse award.

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Alexander Schill

Alexander Schill, born on 18 July 1984, grew up with the equestrian sports. From childhood on children was there when his parents – both successful show jumper – were on national and international tournaments on the road. With his first pony Rubin, he joined as a talented six-year-old in the equestrian world. Today he is jumping on the road as the championship courses in Europe. Numerous placings, victories and championship titles he may already be booked on his fledgling success account

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