Caflin’s 2012 crop moved the long way from us to the Grand Prix rider Emma van den Hooven in Holland in October 2014. They have already started their first training for preparing them for riding and sport horses.
Emma is a very good Dutch rider for all kind of dressage horses in all levels up to Grand Prix, even horses with a riding problem. She has made remarkable good results with her horses and was established as a top rider in some well known stables in Holland. She did a Magister education in 2010 to be an International dressage riding teacher and have around 10 promising medium to high level students in dressage.
Early in 2014 she started her own business in South Holland. She trains, educate and sell horses while she is building her future dressage career.
The horses in Holland are:
Loreen is a leggy and modern filly from Fürstenball – Lauries Crusador xx – World Cup l and we hope she will do her performance test in Germany in June.
Prince Zorian is a typical sport horse gelding with an enormous amount of performance blood in his pedigree.
More information with photos and videos will follow.