Horsetraining by Steffi Raspel
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About me

My name is Steffi (Stefanie) Raspel and I was born in 1988 in a small town named Reinbek, which is near Hamburg (Germany).

 Ever since I got my Trainer licences (Westernreitabzeichen, klassisches Longierabzeichen, 3-week-course of instruction for trainer with anatomical, veterinarian and didactic lessons), came my chance to let my hobby become my job.

 Since I was allowed to sit on my neighbours pony and have my first riding rounds I have always been interested and facinated in horses. A dream came true!

I started helping out at a pinto-breeding stable and was eager to have contact to the horses every free second I could find. This was the place the westernriding virus infected me.

After beginning my apprenticeship as an Laborant, I finally bought my first horse (pony).

My mare Kiara Lynn Sunshine was the reason why I started to think seriously about what westernriding means. I pass my Trainer licence with her, also a couple of tournaments.

Our successes together

2009 Nordcupchampion of EWU
2010 NRHA-Regio Jackpot Open Winner

In the past it was kind of unbelieving to see, smell and hear a horse. I always try to remember this feelings and what it is that fascinated people about horses.

The unique, proud, energy and elegance is what impresses me, so this is the feeling I want to build up my training for your horse.


What's important for my kind of view:


Fairness doesn't mean to have a clue about everything. It means that you are realistic and honest with your wishes for your horse and what it is you want from him.

I want to mention, that there are physical and mental limits for every horse. My goal is to reach these, but never exceed them.

In my opinion it is kind of a duty to use reasonable methods in my training and to pass these to my clients. For sure there will be more pleasure with your friend horse then.


 Totally indispensible for a successful training is a healthy deportment, which means: a lot of  space to move and have social contact to other horses

Because of that i take also care of the horses with checking them and treating them with acupunctuur and fascial release work.


Only if a horse gets the physically and phsychally treatment it needs, it is able to be in topform and  perform in high classes. This is applicable for freetime, breeding and show.

Have fun looking threw the page and I would be glad getting word from you.


Kindly regards


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