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Patricia van delden

The horseback riding has been poured in with Patricia. At the age of 3 she started riding. She grew up with pony Rakker on manage De Gagel and was always there in the stables. Despite her parents urging her to follow a course outside the horses, she has always been active in the sport. Working with the old hands in the profession, Patricia learned the tricks of classic driving.


At the age of 16 she worked as a regular stable rider with Ger Geertsen where she trained and trained several horses up to Z level. When she was 18 she started the ORUN course with dressage as a discipline. Since then, Patricia has built up years of experience in teaching at all levels and (international) training of horses.


At the age of 27 she started, together with her parents and brother, her own pension stable with more than 60 horses, where she dedicated herself to guiding riders and training horses. Patricia has always developed herself within the sport by following courses and courses and training herself among others with Alex van Silfhout, Laurens van Lieren and Katja Gevers.


The strength of Patricia lies in laying a solid foundation as a starting point for the further development of rider and horse. In that process she has a keen eye for all the details and she quickly sees where the points for improvement lie.

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