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Harm Clüver

He is an agriculturally trained and certified farmer and therefore in close touch with nature and animals. He grew up on family farm and has been involved with horses since his childhood. Today, he organizes all tasks related to breeding and training horses with passion and enthusiasm.



In his rare leisure time, he loves to act in the local community theatre "Völkser Platt".








Isabell Clüver


Isabell has contracted the "horse virus" at an early age. At the age of 8, she was member in the vaulting group of the Bad Soden (Taunus) Riding and Driving Club and at the age of 12, she started to ride. As a young rider, she showed a lot of talent and rode dressage successfully up to medium level and jumper classes up to elementary level.


Following the German Abitur, she started an apprenticeship as professional trainer (Bereiter) at Gestüt Liederbachtal and Gestüt Prinzenberg near Pfungstadt (South Hessen), and in 1986 she completed her professional education as professional riding and training instructor, focused on riding, in Warendorf.


Isabell gained professional experiences in Wiesbaden Adansthal and on Fichtenhof in Bad Homburg with Andreas Wendenburg. A special highlight was a three-months stay as professional trainer in Japan (Tsukuba Riding Park).


In 1991, Isabell graduated as Master of Equine Management / Riding with honors in Münster and was awarded the silver Stensbeck-badge. 




Julius Clüver

Julius supports his parents with words and deeds every day. He knows to handle all the agicultural machines and is also of great assistance with the daily work in the stable.


In his leisure time, he loves to train with the local fire department.





Simone Clüver

Simone follows in her mother Isabell´s foodsteps. She is already an eager rider and loves all kinds of equestrian disciplines.


Whether show jumping, dressage riding or hacking, she rides her mare "Mocca" every day.


She especially loves to care for newborn foals, and if foals are born late in the night, she usually gets up, too.