Saturday, December 4, 2010

A peek at Totilas' new barn - Ann Kathrin Linsenhoff’s horse estate

Totilas, the most famous dressage horse in the world, is presently at Paul Schockemöhle's stable, where he will remain this winter. He will move to Ann Kathrin Linsenhoff's property in Kronberg in the spring, to prepare for the 2011 show season with his new rider Matthias Rath.

Last year, Young Rider Amy Jager represented Canada at the FEI Young Rider World Cup at the CDI-W Frankfurt  riding in ECOGOLD's Stabilizer Saddle pad. Ann Kathrin Linsenhoff, the new co-owner of Totilas, is a generous sponsor of the FEI Young Rider World Cup program. Amy Jager was lucky to stay and train for a few days at her beautiful horse estate and she sent us these photos.

But first, here is the video from the press conference where Matthias Rath was introduced as Totilas’ new rider.

Photo Gallery - Amy Jager and Jive's World Cup Adventure
Amy and Jive arriving at the facility

The North American Young Riders were based at Ann Kathrin Linsenhoff’s horse estate
The Young Riders in front of the stables
Jive liking the new place!
Amy Jager and Jive
The stables

Outdoor arena
Totilas' future home

Inside the stables
Amy and US rider Kassandra Barteau in the arena

Amy and Kassie leave for Frankfurt and visit the Christmas market

 Frankfurt - the view from city hall overlooking the Christmas market
Jive travelled to the competition in style in Matthias Rath's lorry
The arena at CDI-W Frankfurt

Ready for the jog

The FEI Young Rider World Cup begins!
On the jumbotron
Amy Jager and Jive
Amy Jager and Jive

All done. Good job!

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