Freejumping practice evenings for 2- and 3-year-olds
From now on every 2nd and 4th Tuesday evening of the month
To help you to assess your horse’s potential in a calm and professional setting and together with our team devise a plan for the future. From now on we offer you this opportunity every 2nd and 4th Tuesday of the month.
Freejumping at the ages of two and three is an important element in the selection and assessment of a young horse. For many breeders this represents the first confirmation whether or not they have chosen the right combination of stallion and dam and often this is a milestone in the career of a sport horse. But what’s the best way to start freejumping? And how should I assess the horse? Is it going to be sold? Are we keeping it for the sport? Many questions a (minor) breeder often has to face on his/her own without having the necessary accommodation and knowhow.
Zangersheide is keen to help their breeders master these first steps and from now on organises freejumping practice evenings every 2nd and 4th Tuesday of the month. These are not selection days where photos and videos will be taken so there is no need for the horses to be clipped and plaited up. Professional assistance will be on site to help the horse tackle his first jumps and every breeder can count on a personal approach and subsequent advice. Together with you we will devise a trajectory for your horse’s future aimed at the sport and/or sale via one of our auctions.
Entering can be done on: www.zangersheide.auction/en/trials following which we will send you an email with all relevant information.
Locations of the upcoming practice sessions: