For many years a representative of Poland in Dressage. 2011 – Polish Champion & 12th place in the European Championships in Rotterdam. 2012 Summer Olympics participant in London and 2014 World Championships in Caen, 13th place in the World Cup Finals in Goteborg 2016. 2021 - bronze medalist at the World Champions for Young Horses in Verden. Winner or finalist in many prestigious international competitions of CDI3*-5* rank, including Compiègne, Achleiten, Munich, Dortmund, Frankfurt, Aachen and many others. Trained several horses from the basic level to the highest - Grand Prix. For many years Beata has been training in Germany, where she has been improving her skills and the horses entrusted to her. Beata runs numerous dressage clinics both in Poland and Germany, which help many riders and horses in their development.
A talented dressage rider, member of the Young Riders in The Dressage National Team. Two medals in the National Youth Olympics. Gold medalist in Pony and Younger Juniors in the Polish Indoor Cup and silver medalist in the Polish Championships in 2015. Silver medalist in Polish Junior Championships 2016 and 17. Gold medalist in the Polish Junior Indoor Cup 2017, participant in the European Junior Championships 2017 in Roosendaal. Winner of CDIY Team Test during CDI Zakrzów Spring 2019. 3rd place in the freestyle programme at Cavaliada Kraków 2020 (as the youngest competitor).
Representative of Poland in the category of jumping over obstacles. Participant of many international events. Fifth place in the Grand Prix at the National Competition in Leszno, victory at the International Cavaliada Competition in Poznan 1* in the Grand Round Competition in 2017. Victory in the Grand Round Competition at the National Competition in Olsza on mare Charyzma W in 2018. Second place at the International CSI 2* Sopot Competition on the mare Charyzma W (2018). Third place in the Grand Prix Competition in Leszno on mare Charyzma W in 2019.
The outstanding dressage rider. As the daughter of the famous rider and trainer Klaus Balkenhol she started training at an early age, achieving her first successes as a showjumper at the age of 14. With patience and faith in her horses she became a top rider quite quickly. She participated in the 2012 Summer Olympics in London, which she finished in 19th place in the individual ranking. Third place team ranking at the World Championships and eighth place individual ranking at the Dablino in Lexington, USA. Winner or finalist at many prestigious international dressage competitions of the CDI3*-5* rank, including Hagen, Aachen, Fritzens, Munich, Verden, Balve, Munster. She is a multiple winner or finalist in the German Championships. Anabels ultimate goal is to foster the talents of the horse without putting pressure, always putting the horses needs first. She strongly believes that this is the only way to achieve physical and mental harmony between horse and rider.
Top rider in one of the most famous stables - Johann Hinemann in Voerde, Germany. Her first instructors were Manfred Schild and Hans-Theo Henschenmacher, with whom she completed her instructor training, receiving the Stensbeck Award. In 2021, 7th place with 5-year-old Belvedere DB at The World Champions for Young Horses in Verden. Champion in the Class S***Inter II and Grand Prix, also in 2021.Second place in Inter II at Ankum with her stallion Elton John in February 2020. Multiple participant and finalist of the World Championships with her horses Rockman Royal Ng, Saphira Royal 2, For Gold Old, Matchball Old and Elton John Dvb. In 2019. 9th place at the Ermelo World Championships in an individual ranking with For Gold Old and fourth place with Matchball Old. Sixth place at the CDI1* competition at the St-Georges Prix in 2018 in Ermelo with the stallion Elton John. In the same year in Aachen during the CDI4* competition she won a bronze and gold medal on Saphira Royal 2. Bronze medal in 2016 at the World Championships of Young Horses in Ermelo on the horse Saphira Royal 2.
Outstanding dressage rider, member of the German Para-Dressage National Team. Coming from a family of equestrians, an ambitious triathlete, runner and, above all, an outstanding rider, she created the Sonnenbrink equestrian centre in Apelern with her husband in 2012. Currently a leading rider of this stable training horses to advanced level. She has successfully presented her horses many times in both basic and advanced competitions. She was the first Para-rider in 2019 to pass the Stensbeck master's exam for equestrian studies with distinction. In the same year, Isabell competed in her first international Para-Riding competition. Following this success, she was called up to the National Team. Isabell has competed many times in competitions in her home country and abroad. A silver medal winner at the German Championships in Munich with her mare Fayola DB (b.2014), she is a member of the German National Team.
Extremely talented Belgian dressage rider, regularily representing her country in international competitions. With her horse Junior Hit, she has competed in many competitions both in her home country and across Europe receiving results above 70%, winning 3 silver medals and one bronze at the Belgian Championships. In 2019, she started her journey at the highest level by competing at the European Junior Championship in San Giovanni, Italy. After a successful performance, she took part in another Junior European Championship, this time in 2020 in Budapest, Hungary, scoring around 70% in both tests. She started 2021 by winning competitions at national level and two wins at the international level. After such successful performances, she was called up to the national team, with which she took part in the European Championships in Oliva Nova, Spain, as a Young Rider. She finished the competition in 9th place in the individual test.
An outstandingly talented Dutch dressage rider. A member of the U-25 Dressage national A team, she has been a multiple finalist in the Dutch Championships. In 2013 she won silver at the European Junior Championships with her team. In 2016 - silver at the Young Riders Championships with the mare Esperanza. Silver in the team competition, bronze in the free program and bronze in the individual competition at the EK Young Riders 2017 in Roosendaal. In the same year Jasmien together with Esperanza won gold at the Nations Cup in Saumur, France. Silver in the U-25 team at the 2019 European Championships. Silver at the Netherlands U-25 Championships in 2019 and 2020. Team gold at the 2020 European U-25 Championships in Budapest. Silver team medalist at the U-25 European Championships in Hagen
A representative of Poland in show jumping. He is a member of the National Team, a European Championships participant and a Polish Championships medalist. He comes from a horse-riding family. His adventure with horse-riding started at a very young age. At the age of 14 he already won the Grand Prix in The Czech Republic on Evisto. Then in Budapest he won The Grand Prix on Evisto and finished 3rd on Sopran GT. Right after that he started with the Young Riders Team on First One, with whom he took part in the European Championships in France and Netherlands. He has numerous successes in Grand Prix competitions, Nations Cups and World Ranking competitions. Currently he focuses on preparing his horses for competitions.
Talented Dutch junior dressage rider. With her horses Farzana and Firenze, she competes in the Juniors division. Member of the national B-squad being on her way to the A-squad. Third place at the National Championship, junior division. Second place at the National Championship, ZZ-licht. Second place in the team test at CDI Lier and the individual test at CDI Exloo. With another horse Fernando, she achieved to ride their first A-squad score.
Ambitious Dressage rider and trainer. She started her career as a competitor in the discipline of show jumping. Bronze medalist at the Tokyo Paralympics in 2021. Bronze medalist at the 2018 World Championships in both individual and team competitions. She is currently the Class V German Champion. She successfully completed her studies with a Master's degree in Equine Management. A few years later she earned her trainer's diploma from the German Olympic Sports Federation in Cologne. She has competed many times in young horse competitions in preparation for Grand Prix. In May 2018, she competed for the first time in an official international Para-riding competition. Since then she has been very successful as a Paradressage rider.
A dressage rider, a representative of the Lider Radzionków Club, a long-term member of the Polish National Team, a regular participant in the European Championships and World Championships of Young Horses, the Polish Junior and Young Riders Champion. At the beginning of his career, together with the stallion Quest, he won medals in the Indoor Cup and the Polish Championships, and participated in the European Championships several times. Third place in the All Nations Cup during CDIOY Hagen 2015. Second and third place during the Polish Championships of 4-year-old horses in 2017. A year later with Heiline's Zanzier he participated in the World Championships of Young Horses in Ermelo. In 2020 Jan Gawecki and Heiline's Zanzier won the Polish Championships of 5-year-old horses, achieving the highest score in the history of the Polish Championships of Young Horses in the finals.