"The old masters" workshops - expert advice at the Sprenger information stand

The idea of Frank R. Henning to get back to the original training of the horse developed into one of the most successful training series "The Old Masters". The word "horsemanship" is far too often forgotten, although according to the interviewed riders it is the most important word in equestrian sports. The respectful handling of the horse should be in the foreground, not only the rider or the success, according to Mr. Henning. But where can you learn how to do it right from your old role models today?
So a small idea developed into more than 800 educational events with speakers such as Jürgen Koschel, Klaus Balkenhol, Isabell Wert and many other "old masters" who take the time to train horses of all ages live and deal with their problems.

"Horses are not born to be ridden, but to be allowed to ride. That's why I always remember our responsibility towards horses," says Mr. Henning. This is exactly what the speakers convey in the events and whether in jumping or dressage, the great interest of the 1600 spectators watching is the reward for everything.

We offer a further added value of the campaign with our SPRENGER information stand, where all visitors can direct their questions about dentures to expert staff. In addition, we give a short lecture at selected events on the most common errors in dentition search and explain how you can easily find the right dentition in 4 steps.

On the following occasions SPRENGER should be contacted on your behalf with an information stand and competent consulting staff:

25 March  Vechta
08. April    Neuss
06 May      Carben (with Sprenger lecture)
07. May      Ludwigsburg (with Sprenger lecture)
13 May      Salzkotten (with Sprenger lecture)
20 May     Falkensee / Berlin
Sept. 09 - Ankum (with Sprenger lecture)
16 Sept. 16 Schenefeld / Hamburg (with Sprenger lecture)
23 Sept.  sp; Bonefeld spa decision (with Sprenger lecture)
Sept. 24th Mühlheim
14. Oct.   Chieming
15. Oct.   Illertissen
16 Oct.    Durmersheim (with Sprenger lecture)

Admission is free and if you are curious you can find more information about dates, topics and speakers here.

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