Our sport horses are the focus of our daily work. The attention is on fair and cooperative training. That means that the Youngsters are managed carefully over the years with ever-increasing responsibilities at the shows. Only those who start practicing early are likely to master the field later. Our older competition horses are successfully competing at the national and international level. Here you can find an overview of of our sports horses.
Betsy was started under saddle as a 4 year old and Nicole started riding her as a 5 year old. She has competed in her first Springpferdeprüfungen and will continue to do so as a 6 year old.
Balounito started in 2011 with the international sport. Amongst starts in the Youngster Tour he was competed in the regular classes at the big international shows as well. In 2013 Andreas Kreuzer rode the big black gelding and was successfully placed in the Grand Prix of Copenhagen. After Johannes Ehning started riding and competing him at the beginning of 2014 Nicole has taken over the ride on Balounito in the middle of the year.
Numerous placings in the biggest classes of international 5* competitions.
Bossanova grew up in Sweden. The mare was shown in competitions in Germany under Wolfgang Zimmermann and Nicole as a 5 and 6 year old.
Capricorn was started under saddle as a 4 year old and after the summer spent in the fields has now returned to the stable. Nicole will start showing him as a 5 year old at his first competitions.
Chili Bits was started under saddle as a 4 year old and after the summer spent in the fields has now returned to the stable. Nicole will start showing her as a 5 year old at her first competitions.
Cyra came to Ehnings barn as a 5 year old and was shown successfully in Springpferdeprüfungen under Nicole. She will continue to be shown by her as a 6 year old.
As a young stallion Hip Hop was shown in the international sport by Maria Gretzer and also competed in his first Grand Prix as an 8 year old. He competed in his first Nations Cup for Sweden as a 9 year old with Maria. Erika Lickhammer was the rider after Maria and he also competed successfully with her in international competitions, be that World Cup qualifiers, Nations Cups, Grand Prix or even Derby classes. Nicole gets the ride on Hip Hop as a 14 year old stallion and she is also placed in international competitions with him.
While the sport is important for the owners of Hip Hop, the breeding remains the main focus for Nicole’s grand father. He is a much desired breeding stallion in Sweden and stands at stud there every year.
Ice Lady Gräns
Lexington started his carreer with the Name Ultimo under Jeroen Dubbeldam, who competed the Youngster Tour as well as his first big classes with him. Albert Voorn took over the ride for Eurocommerce and rode him as Eurocommerce Lexington successfully at international 5* competitions. Tom Brinkmann was the rider after Albert Voorn and also showed him successfully in 2013. After the dissolution of Eurocommerce Nicole started riding Lexington in 2014.
Wins and placings at international 5* competitions.
Lönneberger has already been at Ehnings barn as a young horse and was initially shown by Johannes Ehning. Nicole then took over the ride and has already shown him at international competitions.
Quante started her career under Janne-Friederike Meyer who rode her successfully at the 6 year old championships in Lanaken. She also competed her as a 7 year old in the international Youngster Tour. Until Quante is placed with Ehnings in 2012 as an 11 year old mare she has been competed only at national competitions. With Nicole she starts back into an international career and they both have a very successful 2013. Both win their first international Grand Prix in Odense, Denmark and are also placed in more international Grand Prixes. In 2014 Nicole and Quante start in their first World Cup Qualifier at the international competition in Gothenburg and are also placed in the Grand Prix of Nörten-Hardenberg.
Winner of the Grand Prix of Odense, Denmark in 2013
5th place in the Grand Prix of Frankfurt in 2013
Wiesielottie was born in Holland and had two foals at her breeder place as a 4 and 5 year old mare. Afterwards, owned until 2012 by Willem Greve, Peter Geerink and Marc Houtzager, the mare was ridden at the end of 2012 by Johannes Ehning for half a year. In 2013 Wiesielottie was ridden in America by Peter Wylde for one year after which she returned to Nicole in 2014. She has already competed her in big classes at international competitions in 2014 and will continue to show her in 2015.
3rd place in the Championat of Pforzheim 2014, an int. class with jump-off, 1.50m.