Hey, I'm Susn.
As a specialist in groundwork, I stand for people- and horsefriendly work with the horse on the ground and in the saddle.
As an expert in horse behavior and horse psychology, I help you to develop a truly trusting relationship with your horse and to provide horsefriendly training for your young horse, rehabilitation horse or even difficult horse.
As an experienced trainer, I support gymnastics for the benefit of the horse.
We will consolidate a team in which both the physical and mental balance of horse and rider comes first. The well-being and health of your horse is our common goal.
Hey, I'm Susn.
Expert in equine behavior.
Encourager and solution finder.
Every paddock in the area was like magic to me when I was a child.
I sat at the fence for hours and watched the horses and ponies. When I sat on the back of the mare Priska for the first time at the age of 5, I fell in love with horses. Over the course of my life, they have repeatedly helped me through difficult periods of life, heartbreak, worries, fears or losses. But the horses were also in my life in the most beautiful and happiest moments.
I had my first foster horse as a 12-year-old girl.
At the time, the mare was considered unrideable, ill-bred and impetuous. Even back then, I worked self-taught, only based on my feeling and understanding of the mare from the ground and in the end I was able to ride her. That's how it started that difficult horses kept coming into my life.
In addition to various riding participations, which usually involved behavioral problems somewhere, I also had my own horses.
More than 15 years ago I had an accident with one of my horses:
My horse ran with me onto a road and into a car. The physical wounds healed, but my gelding and I were deeply afraid. During this time I learned everything imaginable about groundwork. Read specialist literature, attended courses and listened to my intuition and my horse. For me, groundwork became the key to regaining trust between my horse and me and was a tool to reduce fears on both sides.
I learned (and still learning) again and again from the horses, from good literature and studied horse psychology and horse behavior therapy at the Animal Psychology Academy in Marl (germany), which I successfully completed with a diploma. Further training / courses / lessons / inspiration / seminars from different personalities followed.
I am now married to the best husband in the world and we have a daughter.
In 2019 we took in a foster child who we are enabling to grow up in a loving family.
My work is my calling and it makes me happy every day to be able to help horses and people. I have made it my mission to educate. To raise awareness about the grievances in horse training.
Over the last 33 years, I have been able to help countless horses become healthy, happy and strong.
As we say in germany: If you love what you do, you never have to work another day.